6.30.2010

OOTD and FOTD.

Sorry for the lackluster title there. I just got back from seeing The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and I loved it! I definitely felt like a teeny-bopper but I'm happy I saw it :) Here is what I wore to support Edward:


Grey shirt: Urban Outfitters
Coral skirt: Old Navy
White and Silver sandals: O'Neill
Necklace: Banana Republic
Pandora Charm Bracelet (graduation gift)
Ring: random boutique in San Luis Obispo, CA
Nail Polish: Essie Mod Squad

Here's my face...sorry, nothing revolutionary here I'm afraid:

Face:
Revlon Color Stay foundation in 340 Early Tan
Benefit Boi-ing Concealer in 01 Light (under-eyes)
MAC Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer in NC30
MAC MSF Natural in Medium Plus
NARS Bronzer in Laguna
MAC Blush in Well-Dressed
MAC MSF in Perfect Topping (highlight)

Eyes:
UDPP
BSC e/s in Little Miss Spookiness (crease)
BSC e/s in Gaillardia (outer 2/3 of lid)
BSC e/s in Precious (inner 1/3 of lid)
BSC e/s in Vanilla (brow bone)
Maybelline Pulse Perfection mascara in Blackest Black

Lips:
Korres Lip Butter in Mango




**Update: So if you read this post you'd know that I was having issues with fading and creasing when using my Bella Sugar Cosmetics eyeshadows over my MUFE Aqua Cream as a base. Yesterday I used my MAC Paint Pot in Soft Ochre and while it held up much better, I still noticed slight fading by the end of the day. Today I am using UDPP and I cannot detect any creasing or fading so far and it's been a good 6 hours since I put my makeup on! Success! (Please note: I have pretty oily skin so while some eyeshadow and base combinations may not work for me, you may get better results depending on your skin-type.)

In celebration of the release of Eclipse I have to ask, are you Team Edward or Team Jacob??

6.29.2010

FOTD using Bella Sugar Cosmetics

I'll just apologize in advance for the crap-tastic pictures that are coming up...they were taken with my iPhone :/ Anyways, today's look was done with my new Bella Sugar Cosmetics palettes. I've been using them non-stop since I got them a week ago! And I'm finally home where I was reunited with my trusty MAC Paint Pot in Soft Ochre, so I'm anticipating this look will last much longer than it has in previous days when used with my MUFE Aqua Cream.

Face:
Revlon Color Stay foundation in 340 Early Tan
Benefit Boi-ing Concealer in 01 Light (under-eyes)
MAC Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer in NC30
MAC MSF Natural in Medium Plus
NARS Bronzer in Laguna
Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush in Pink Frosting
MAC Mineralize Blush in Daft Pink

Eyes:
MAC Paint Pot in Soft Ochre
Belle Sugar Cosmetics e/s in Casey (crease and blended out)
BSC e/s in Precious (lid)
BSC e/s in Vanilla (blend out Casey)
BSC e/s in Blue Moon (outer v)
Maybelline Pulse Perfection mascara in Blackest Black

Lips:
Korres Lip Butter in Mango (I love this stuff!)


Goofy pictures are always so much easier to capture than normal ones, lol. I wonder why that is...


So on a different note, I've been using the Jergen's self-tanner that I got in my last haul and I can't make up my mind on it. The color it gives is quite nice but I'm starting to notice patchy spots on my wrists and feet. I'm fully aware this may be because I'm a self-tanning novice rather than due to the product itself, but do you know what I can do to remedy the situation? Or do you know of other self-tanners worth trying? xxx

6.28.2010

Review: Bella Sugar Cosmetics 9-Color Eyeshadow Palettes

As many of you already know, the last things I bought before venturing on my makeup ban (that ended up becoming a failure anyhow :/) were from Bella Sugar Cosmetics during their 50% off sale a few weeks ago. I purchased two 9-Color Eyeshadow Palettes:


They are originally sold for $30 a piece but during the sale I got them for $15 each. The palettes are customizable with any combination of shades you like ,and each individual pan holds at least 2g of eyeshadow. The actual palettes are not quite as nice as MAC, but they have a mirror attached on the inside (a huge plus in my book!) and are much nicer and more sturdy than what you would ever expect for the price.

The palette on the left holds:
♥ Hot Chocolate (rich, red-brown), Buried Treasure (deep green with gold shimmer), Blue Moon (shimmery blue-purple)
♥ California Poppy (shimmery peach), Glow (shimmery peachy gold), Gaillardia (pink with gold sparkles)
♥ Sweet Pea (pale, shimmery pink), Little Miss Spookiness (shimmery eggplant), Casey (pink-purple duochrome)

The palette on the right holds:
♥ Bella Sugar (icy pink), Black No.1 (matte black), Naked Sparkle (pale, shimmery brown)
♥ Vanilla (white-nude), Smoke Sparkle (gunmetal grey with silver sparkles), Chocolate Covered Blueberries (brown-blue duochrome)
♥ Punkinhead (orangey bronze), Bad Girl (shimmery greyish purple), Precious (white-violet duochrome)

Here are some swatches:
Palette on the left, in the same order.

Palette on the right, in the same order.

These shadows have excellent pigmentation and blend effortlessly, much better than what I expected for such an affordable price. As for the staying power, I've been away from home for a few days while using them and I forgot to pack my MAC Paint Pots and UDPP :O so I've been using them over my MUFE Aqua Cream, which is not intended as an eyeshadow base. They've held up alright over the Aqua Cream, but they do tend to fade a bit and crease after several hours of wear. (I'm planning on using them over my Paint Pots and UDPP over the next few days so I will report back with any new findings.)


**Update: I tried my Paint Pot the next day with slightly better results but there was still some fading by the end of the day. I used my UDPP the day after that and my eyeshadow didn't fade or crease at all! UDPP is definitely the way to go if you have any issues with these shadows' staying power.

Bella Sugar Cosmetics' prices are more on par with drugstore brands, but I've found that the quality is much more comparable to higher end brands such as MAC. Besides price, the main differences between a BSC pan shadow versus a MAC pan shadow is the following:
MAC on the left, BSC on the right

-BSC pan holds 2g of shadow; MAC pan holds 1.5g of shadow
-BSC pan is square; MAC pan in circular
-BSC pan is not labelled; MAC pan is labelled

To make up for the pan not being individually labelled, the bottom of the palette has all of the eyeshadow names. The only circumstance where I would imagine this might be an inconvenience is if you decided to change around the order of your eyeshadows, in which case the individual shadows would no longer line up with their label. Another removable copy of this is also given when you first receive the palette. 

Some of my favorite shades are:
♥Gaillardia
♥Casey
♥Chocolate Covered Blueberries
♥Bad Girl
♥Precious

Here are some helpful links:
Swatches (so you can decide what shades you might want to order...)
Blog (Follow BSC to find out about new shades, new products, and any future sales.)
Etsy shop (Order here... Simple!)

6.23.2010

Patting myself on the back...

...for a job well done!

I've hit pan and I"m coming very, very close to finishing up four beauty products! You read right...four! Sometimes I'll go months at a time without finishing any products and now I'm almost done with four of them. Things like this make me feel less guilty when I'm out buying more makeup :)

~R.I.P~
MAC Blush in Blushbaby (Blushbaby was my first MAC blush ever and I got it when I was 16. This particular one is actually my second Blushbaby, which is funny because I don't even like it that much :/ )
Benefit Boi-ing Concealer in 02 Medium (Also my second of it's kind but it recently got replaced with MAC Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer in NC30.)
e.l.f. Luscious Liquid Lipstick in Baby Lips (I wouldn't say it's much of a liquid lipstick at all. It's an average lipgloss at best but not bad for $1.)
Rosebud Perfume Co. Strawberry Lipbalm (Love it, although I won't be replacing it anytime soon since I also have the Rosebud Perfume Co. Brambleberry Rose Lipbalm.)

What have you finished up lately?

Makeup Ban FAIL!

Yes, it's sad but true. After a grueling 18 days, I finally succumbed to temptation and bought more makeup. My real mistake was allowing myself to even step foot into Sephora while I was at the mall. Once I was inside, there was no turning back. And I even bought a few things at Target afterwards because I figured, What's the harm? I've already broken the ban anyways, haha.


Here is my latest haul:
♥ NARS Blush/Bronzer Duo in Orgasm & Laguna ♥
♥ Revlon Nail Polish in Electric Pink ♥
♥ Revlon ColorBurst Lipstick in Soft Nude ♥
♥ Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Wink for Pink ♥
♥ MUFE Aqua Cream in #16 ♥
♥ Bio-Oil ♥
♥ Jergens Natural Glow Express Body Moisturizer ♥

.NARS Blush/Bronzer Duo in Orgasm & Laguna. I've been wanting both of these for a long time and figured I'd much rather spend $39 on the duo than $26 for the full-sized blush and $28 for the full-sized bronzer right now. Below I've compared Orgasm to e.l.f Blush in Candid Coral (which I originally purchased thinking it could be a dupe for Orgasm), and Laguna to Illamasqua Bronzer in Burnish. Orgasm is more pink while Candid Coral is more coral/peach; Laguna is darker and browner while Burnish is more golden.


e.l.f. Candid Coral, NARS Orgasm, NARS Laguna, Illamasqua Burnish

.Revlon Nail Polish in Electric Pink. This super bright coral-ly pink shade was a steal at only $1.18 at Target! (I don't quite understand the 18 cents but whatever.) It's absolutely perfect for summer on both fingers (if you're brave) and tootsies!



.Revlon Lipsticks in Soft Nude and Wink for Pink. Soft Nude has been a favorite of many beauty bloggers for quite some time now and I can finally see why! I find it very wearable even with my medium skin tone, and the formula is smooth and light. I can already tell that Wink for Pink will become a quick favorite of mine. I don't have pink lippies in my collection quite like it and it applies super smoothly and is comfortable to wear.

Top: Soft Nude and Wink for Pink
Bottom: MUFE Aqua Cream #16

Revlon ColorBurst Lipstick in Soft Nude
(Please excuse my flakey dry lips...yuck.)

Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Wink for Pink

.MUFE Aqua Cream in #16. This is new from MUFE and I've been dying to try them out! This particular shade is a pinky beige formulated for use on the eyes and cheeks, although it doesn't really strike me as a cheek color. I swatched about 10 shades and paced back and forth in front of the MUFE display trying to decide on the one shade I would allow myself to purchase (weirdo alert!). I finally chose #16 because I decided it would be perfect for a 5-minute summer face! Oh, and did I mention they are waterproof?!

.Bio-Oil. I've read a lot about Bio-Oil and it's hydrating ability as well as it's ability to lighten scars and stretch marks. I always wanted to try it (mainly for acne scars on my face) but could never find it in stores. After a few months I forgot about it until one random day when the orange and white box caught my eye at Target! It must be new here...I know Target like the back of my hand and surely I would've noticed it if it had been available sooner. I can't wait to try it out.

.Jergens Natural Glow Express Body Moisturizer. This was a random buy. I was sick of looking at my pastey legs and wanted to pick up a self-tanner. I typically like Jergens' products so I settled on this one. I would normally try to research a bit before purchasing things like this but eh, why not be adventurous every now and again, right? *fingers crossed*

6.22.2010

Review: Cellnique and a Special Offer!

I was kindly sent four products from Cellnique Paramedical to review a few weeks ago. The four products that I've been using for the past two weeks are:
1. Skin Action Sebum Gel--- $51 USD/30ml
2. Skin Action Gel Plus--- $54 USD/30ml
3. Skin Purifying Daytime Protection 20--- $32 USD/30g
4. Advanced Bio Renewal Masque--- $51 USD/50g


**This post will be quite long as I'll be reviewing each product separately. If you'd rather just get my overall thoughts as well as links to where you can read more about these products or purchase them, go ahead and scroll down to the end of this post. There you'll also find out about the special offer!
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Let's start this review off with the Skin Action Sebum Gel:


[The product is shown on the left next to Skin Action Gel Plus.]

This clear gel is to be applied twice daily on oily areas of the face such as the T-zone. With continual usage it's supposed to help reduce the appearance of blackheads and whiteheads as well as help control sebum production. There is no discernible smell to the gel, nor does it sting or tingle upon application.

Within a few days I saw a noticeable difference in the appearance of the blackheads on my nose, as they are always present in copious amounts no matter what I do to try to get rid of them. I was pleasantly surprised that after only 2 weeks of using this product, the blackheads on my nose are about 80% cleared up! I tried to take before and after pics of my nose but my camera was not having it! I guess you'll just have to take my word for it :) Sadly, I can't really say that I've noticed any sebum or oil control from this product, though.
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Next up is the Skin Action Gel Plus:


[The product is shown on the right.]

Skin Action Gel Plus is meant to be used twice daily on acne scars or acne-prone areas only. With continual usage it claims to control and prevent further break-outs as well as help lighten acne scarring. It has a strong chemical-ly smell and stings a little upon application. I also found that when I used it twice daily my skin started to peel a tiny bit as well.

As you can see from the first photo, Skin Action Gel Plus looks almost identical to Skin Action Sebum Gel: a clear gel. However, after looking at the above photo you can see that the consistency is thinner and much less gel-like. 

Here are some Before and After photos:

               Before (06/07/10)            After (06/21/10)
[Horrific, I know. It's all in the name of an honest review :) ]

I didn't really see much of a difference at all, can you? But then again, it would be kind of silly to expect scars to disappear in only 2 weeks time. I can say, though, that while it did not help to make my new blemishes go away any sooner than they normally would, I did feel that once they healed they left less of a scar than they normally would (Note: I scar very easily.)
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This non-scented cream is meant to be applied in the morning when you start your day as 3-in-1 daytime protection cream that functions as sun protection with SPF 20, acne cream, and natural foundation. It is a non-oily formula created for oily, acne-prone skin.

I was rather disappointed in this product. Out of the three usages, I can only say for sure that it definitely functions as sun protection since it has SPF 20. As an acne cream, it was a bit too mild for my skin as I saw no visible results. There was no stinging or tingling upon application which is nice for those with sensitive skin, but that is something I typically like in good, strong acne fighters. And while the product on the right in the above photo is blended into the skin slightly, once you fully blend it in, the color seems to be lost as well. A foundation this is not. The coverage is considerably less than a tinted moisturizer and did not last more than 2 hours on me.
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Last but not least is the Advanced Bio Renewal Masque:





This exfoliating face mask is to be applied once or twice a week at night after your normal facial cleanser. You apply it all over your clean, dry face and leave it on for 10-20 minutes. After this time you dampen your fingertips and move the mask around your face in small, circular motions then rinse off. The texture is like a thick cream with gritty particles in it. The smell reminds  me of strawberry yogurt right as it's starting to go bad (In other words, not pleasant.) I can deal with the smell, though, because I'm used to using acne products with much more horrific scents than this (By the way, I wouldn't say this particular mask smells horrific...just not pleasant, in my opinion.).

I feel indifferent about this product. I'll probably use it up eventually just because I have it but I wouldn't purchase it again. It's a good exfoliator. That's it. Good but not great or amazing. One of my major issues with this product is that after I wash my face at night, all I want to do is go to bed. The last thing I want to do is sit there for another 10-20 minutes waiting for my face mask to do whatever it is it's supposed to do. There are much faster ways to exfoliate your face, in my opinion. The product itself is good, though.
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Overall Thoughts & Links:





1. Skin Action Sebum Gel: Works very well at getting rid of stubborn blackheads... Verdict: I love it! [To read more or purchase, click here.]


2. Skin Action Gel Plus: Saw very little difference in the lightening of existing scars but did help new blemishes leave less of a scar as they healed... Verdict: It's alright. [To read more or purchase, click here.]


3. Skin Purifying Daytime Protection 20: Poor pigmentation that did not last... Verdict: No, thank you. [To read more or purchase, click here.]

4. Advanced Bio Renewal Masque: Good exfoliator but too time consuming... Verdict: It's alright. [To read more or purchase, click here.]

And finally, the special offer:
Cellnique is offering 3ml samples of the Advanced Bio Renewal Masque to my first 50 readers! All you have to do is shoot them an email at fbfreesample@cellnique.com with willworkformakeup.blogspot.com in the subject line and include 
your full name, mailing/shipping address, and your blog url if you'd like. Those who include their blog url may have the opportunity to do a review of their own! The samples should be delivered within 4-6 weeks. This offer ends one week from today.






**I was sent these products to review but I am not affiliated with any company, nor do I receive any compensation for my reviews. As always, my reviews are honest and based solely on my own experience.

6.21.2010

Can I get a drumroll please...

After going through 569 comments and making some unfortunate disqualifications due to entries that were not following the blog or were made after the deadline, a spreadsheet was made giving 1 entry to those who simply said "Enter me" and 3 entries to those who posted about the giveaway on their blogs. In the end, there were a total of 915 entries!


Using Random.org, the random number that was generated was 882. Without further ado, the lucky winner of my first giveaway is.....


jellytelly_ri-chan!!!

Congratulations you lucky thing! I'll be emailing you in a few minutes for your contact info.  Thanks to everyone who entered my giveaway! ♥♥♥

6.20.2010

Nautical OOTD & Some Blog Love ♥

Hope you all are having a lovely Father's Day ♥


Just a reminder that my giveaway ends in roughly 10 hours so get your entries in if you haven't already done so :) You'll all be happy to know that since I've been more or less keeping up with the entries as they've been coming in, I should have the winner announced and emailed by Monday or Tuesday at the latest.


Moving on to the OOTD:




Striped top: RVCA
Gold-buttoned shorts: H&M
Gold TOMS

In other news, I recently purchased some lovely earrings from Lou during her Handmade Sweetie Earrings Blog Sale. They arrived a few days ago and I love them! In addition to showing you all my cute new Bambi earrings, I also wanted to share some blog love for Lou's blog, Sprinkle of Glitter.



I realized after I took this photo that you couldn't see the earrings, haha. Photo fail!



Sprinkle of Glitter started off as a crafts blog, if I'm not mistaken, but has become a blog more focused on makeup and beauty products. Lou still has posts about crafts, hence how I found these earrings, and I especially enjoy her posts where she shows you different things she's done to renovate items in her home.


In addition to having a phenomenal blog, Lou is one of the sweetest bloggers around. Her posts and comments are always honest and thoughtful, and she never fails to respond to any questions her readers may have. This is the reason why her blog has always been and will continue to be one of my favorite reads. Do make sure you check out her blog, lovelies!


Well, I'm off to the San Diego County Fair now! Next post will most likely be announcing the lucky lady who will be receiving the goodies from my giveaway!

6.15.2010

Teal Eyeliner FOTD

I wanted something that was a little bit more fun today so I thought that a bright colored eyeliner look would be perfect! I don't own many colored eyeliners because they're a bit out of my comfort zone, but I recently rediscovered a teal cream liner that hadn't gotten much love as of late as it sat at the bottom of my makeup stash. I also tried out a new pair of falsies today, Ardell lashes #137 (the same exact pair I'm giving away in less than a week! Don't forget to enter here.) They're thicker and more dramatic than the lashes I normally wear, but they were so much easier to apply and they look amazing! 


The Glam Squad



Face:
Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer
Revlon Photo Ready Foundation in 005 Natural Beige
MAC Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer in NC30
MUFE HD Microfinish Powder
Illamasqua Bronzing Duo in Glint/Burnish (missing from photo...oops!)
e.l.f Powder Blush in Candid Coral


Eyes:
MAC Paint Pot in Bare Study (base)
Tarte e/s from Femme Fatale palette (greyish lavendar shade applied lashline to browbone)
MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack (top lashline)
L'Oreal H.I.P Cream Eyeliner in Teal (bottom lashline)
Urban Decay e/s in Polyester Bride (tear duct and in between black and teal liners)
Maybelline Pulse Perfection mascara in Blackest Black
Ardell Lashes in #137


Lips:
MAC l/s in Lazy Day






Hair was curled with a flat iron and pinned back. Simple!


Top and Bangles: H&M

The Perfect Exfoliator at Every Price.

I strongly believe that a facial exfoliator is a must in everyone's skincare routine. Especially if you are someone who suffers from acne-prone skin, it is even more important to make sure you exfoliate as regularly as your skin will permit in order to prevent dead skin cells from clogging your pores and leading to more blemishes. 


I've tried quite a few exfoliators since my skin started becoming acne-prone in my teenage years. Some were great, while others, not so much. Here are 3 of the best facial exfoliators at every price point:


$
St.Ives Apricot Scrub
St. Ives - Apricot Scrub for Oily or Acne Prone Skin - 6 oz
This was the kind that I used since it suited my skin type but they also have Gentle (for sensitive skin) and Invigorating (for normal skin) formulations. It retails around $4-5 USD for 6oz. The Blemish & Blackhead Control formulation is mildly abrasive and smells slightly of chemicals, not unusual of products containing Salicylic Acid. This is hands down the best drugstore  exfoliator I've ever tried.




$$
LUSH Ocean Salt

I've raved about this product on more than one occasion, and I'm still in love with it! You can catch up on my original review here. A 4.2oz. tub retails for $19.95 while a 8.8oz tub retails for $34.95. Perhaps not a great choice for those with more sensitive skin but definitely worth a try. It works wonders on my skin!




$$$
Kate Somerville ExfoliKate
ExfoliKate® Intensive Exfoliating Treatment
This product is available in Intensive and Gentle formulations although I've only used the Intensive one. The ExfoliKate Intensive retails for $85 for 2oz. or $175 for 5oz. The ExfoliKate Gentle retails for $65 for 2oz. Yes, it is pricey. It's probably not affordable for many people. It wasn't really for me either. I considered it a splurge item since my skin was practically begging me to find it a solution for my terrible acne flareup last summer. While I can't say it completely got rid of my acne (since I know that it's actually caused by several different factors), it was an amazing exfoliator unlike anything I had tried before. There aren't any beads that you spread across your face to slough off dead skin cells. You simply apply a layer of the yucky green colored paste to your face and leave it on for 1-3 minutes. The fruit enzymes do the rest! The proof is in the way your skin looks and feels afterwards...ridiculously clean, smooth, and rejuvenated!


Verdict: I'm a firm believer that price does not always correlate with quality and effectiveness in beauty and skincare products. However, in this particular case, while I truly believe in and stand by all three of the previously mentioned products, I would say that ExfoliKate comes in first, Ocean Salt in a very close second, and the Apricot Scrub in third.


Hope this was helpful!

(Note: Please keep in mind that my skin type is oily, acne-prone, and generally non-sensitive.These recommendations are purely my own opinion based on my own personal experiences.)

Makeup Ban Update.

I've only been on a makeup spending ban for 10 days and counting but it has been a lot more difficult than I originally anticipated. When I'm home I'm constantly being tempted to look around the Sephora and MAC websites like I normally would and when I'm out, it's even harder! I was at the mall today and I had to avoid Sephora and MAC altogether in order to prevent myself from straying from my spending ban. 


There are still over 3 weeks left in my ban that ends when MAC's In the Groove collection launches. Of course promo pics of the collection are helping me get through these tough times as they act as motivation for saving money, but there are so many other beauty products I want too! 


Here are some beauty products I'm currently lusting over:


.NARS Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base.
An eyeshadow base is always a must, and I find myself constantly on hunt for something better. I'm currently using MAC Paint Pots and UDPP (which I've found don't work well on me when used with NARS eyeshadows) but I'd also like to give this one a try as I've read impressive reviews on it.
Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base


.NARS Bronzer in Laguna.
Ah... the bronzer that has gained a cult following. I'm a bit of a bronzer newbie but based on what I've seen, read, and heard, Laguna seems to be a must-have bronzer that suits most skin tones. I'm sold.
Bronzing Powder

.MUFE Aqua Cream.
These are new from MUFE and depending on the shade, can either double as waterproof color for lips & cheeks or for eyes & cheeks. Who doesn't love a good multi-purpose product? While I'd love to try them all, #12 Golden Copper, #14 Satin Brown, #15 Taupe, and #16 Pink Beige are all at the top of my list.
Aqua Cream

.MAC Blushes in Well Dressed & Dollymix.
Of course we've all heard the millions of raves about Well Dressed but I wasn't so sure a cool baby pink blush would complement my medium skin tone. However, after reading Bubblegarm's post on pink powder blushes, her swatches of Well Dressed and Dollymix made them both look too beautiful to pass up! 
Powder Blush

.Eyeko Cream and Tinted Cream.
Eyeko Cream's pale pink sheen is such a beautiful cheek highlight color, and the Eyeko Tinted Cream's golden sheen would be perfect for creating the most stunning summer glow!
Eyeko CreamEyeko Tinted Cream

.Paul & Joe Nail Enamel in Oasis.
I currently don't own any colors like this because I'm not allowed to wear them at work but since I'll be changing jobs soon, I'd like to expand my nail polish collection a bit out of the pink/red zone. Oasis would be absolutely gorge for summer! After seeing swatches on The Beauty Look Book, I dare you not to want it too! :D
Paul & Joe-paul joe limited edition nail enamel oasis 006 10 ml
[Photos from Sephora.com, MAC.com, Eyeko.com, and Shopstyle.com.]

That's all I'm lusting for now but my list will not stop growing! It's getting ridiculous! Can it be July 8th yet?
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