Catrice just seems to keep on bringing out new products. Just last week they released their latest summer limited edition: Soleil D’Eté and I was very much intrigued by the products. It’s a very summery collection with lots of bronzes and metallics. I decided to pick up the liquid bronzer, the powder bronzer and the highlighter.
Catrice Soleil D’Été
Sun Stripping bronzer C01 Each and Every Sun
Duo Highlighter C01 Gentle Sun Glow
Sheer Serum Bronzer C01 InsTANned Complexion
Dove grey. There is something about that color that attracts me. I’ve been eyeing up two different shades by Essie, but a) they are too similar and b) I already own this one. This polish was part of a recent limited edition collection by Catrice and I fell in love instantly. This is Catrice Pulse of Purism nail polish in the shade Pure Blues.
Catrice Pulse of Purism Pure Blues
That Urban Decay is one of my favorite eyeshadow brands is no secret. So when I spotted the release of the After Dark palette I was intrigued. Released at the same time with the permanent Nocturnal Shadow Box, but that features many shades that have appeared in other Urban Decay palettes. Since I already own so many Urban Decay palettes, I figured After Dark would be more unique. Here are my thoughts.
Urban Decay After Dark eyeshadow palette
For spring 2017 Essence did not only renew its standard line, but they also released a brand new limited edition. When I spotted it in store, I figured it would be nice to try some products out. My interest was piqued mostly by the nail effect pigments, which can transform your average polish into a (duo)chrome extravaganza. However, I of course cannot say no to a rainbow highlighter and a pretty eyeshadow palette either. This is the review.
Essence Blossom Dreams eyeshadow palette 01 Spring is in the Air
Essence Blossom Dreams rainbow highlight 01 Prism of Light
Essence Blossom Dreams waterbased top coat
Essence Blossom Dreams iridescent effect nail pigment 01 Rosy Reflections
Essence Blossom Dreams mirror effect nail pigment 01 Mirror, Mirror on my nails
My favorite make up days? When I randomly stumble into my local drugstore and find a nearly untouched limited edition display. That doesn’t happen very often, but this time it did, and boy am I happy it happened. Essence just released their new limited edition Lights of Orient collection. I hadn’t heard anything about this yet, and when I looked at the products I was pleasantly surprised. Therefore, I picked up a little bit of everything. I put it all to the test and am reviewing everything for you today.
Essence Lights of Orient Eyebrow Shaper 02 Oriental Beauty
Essence Lights of Orient Bronzer 01 Sunkissed Beauty
Essence Lights of Orient Highlighter Stick 01 Golden Gate to Orient
Essence Lights of Orient Matt Lipstick 03 The Sultan’s Daughter
Essence Lights of Orient Eyeshadow Palette 01 We ❤ Arabian Nights
It’s here, it’s here! It’s finally here! The review of the Urban Decay Alice in Wonderland palette that is. I hope you are as exciting as me about this one. I already mentioned it in my favorites video last week, did a first impression on it in one of my most recent tutorials, but I thought I’d join the madness completely and do a full review, including swatches on this marvelous palette as well.
Urban Decay Alice in Wonderland Through the Looking Glass LE eyeshadow palette
Are you excited for this review? I know I am. By chance I stumbled upon some great limited edition items when I was shopping around London. One of them was the Too Faced Sweet Peach eye shadow palette. I knew Debenhams now stocked Too Faced, but I initially wanted to get myself the Chocolate Bon Bons palette. Little did I know that they had the Sweet Peach palette in stock. And since that is limited edition and the Chocolate Bon Bons is not, I decided to go for this one right now and buy the Chocolate Bon Bons at a later point in time.
Too Faced Sweet Peach eyeshadow palette (Isn’t she a beaut?!)