Now available is the Nordstrom exclusive YSL Tatouage Lip trio, $80. This is YSL’s take on a liquid lipstick formula and consists of three ready to wear fall shades from their YSL Tatouage lineup which… View Post
I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the new YSL All Hours Foundation. I have tried nearly every foundation formula in their current line up and have been consistently impressed through and through. Naturally,… View Post
Today’s blog post will feature a gorgeous new addition from Yves Saint Laurent Beauty’s Summer 2017 Collection: the Les Sahariennes Bronzing Stones in Fire Opal No. 2. I purchased the bronzer last year and… View Post
One exciting launch that is now available online and in stores is the The Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture Star Clash Edition Lipsticks for Holiday 2016. Dressed up for the holidays in sparkly gold packaging and embossed with stars, this holiday collection instantly captivated my attention since I am a huge fan of the YSL lipstick formula. This year’s limited edition collection includes 6 shades and today I have two to share with you.
Marc Jacobs Beauty’s limited edition Style Eye Con No. 20 About Last Night has finally arrived and this one is a stunner. After seeing images of it surface online, I knew I had to have it. I placed an order through Sephora.com and I literally could not wait to unbox this palette when it arrived at my doorstep. Today I’ll be sharing images, product details, and swatches. Featuring 20 shades in a range of matte, shimmer, and metallic finishes, this palette surely has a wide range to colors to create looks for both day and night.
Though Summer is in full swing, Fall collections are already surfacing at beauty retail counters. The beauty of YSL Limited Edition pieces gets me almost every time. I often find that my resistance is futile, and today’s blog post will feature a new addition from Yves Saint Laurent Beauty’s Fall 2016 Collection: the stunning Scandal Couture Palette. It’s packed with rich, fall ready colors enclosed in opulent limited edition packaging, no less.
Today’s blog post will feature a gorgeous new addition from Yves Saint Laurent Beauty’s Summer 2016 Collection: the Les Sahariennes Bronzing Stones in Fire Opal No. 2. This new collection called Savage Escape includes a limited edition eyeshadow compact, a set of nail polishes and a trio of three bronzers to suit light, medium, and deep skin tones. I couldn’t resist purchasing the bronzer after seeing it in store.
Too Faced Cosmetics is on a roll this year with a string of popular releases for Spring and Summer. First, they launched their highly covetable Peach Palette, (reviewed here) and most recently, their line of Melted Matte Liquified Long Wear Matte Lipsticks ($21) . There are a total of 16 shades available, ranging from soft nudes to bright orchids.
So I’m not really a lip tint kind of gal. I prefer to wear colors in richly pigmented shades and I’ll admit I’m definitely partial to matte, opaque shades over sheer, translucent ones. Recently, as I was sorting and organizing my makeup stash which is routinely customary for makeup junkies like myself, I rediscovered my YSL Volupte Tint-in Oil ($32) in one of my Muji drawers. I was gifted the YSL Care and Shine Set in late October last year as a birthday gift. Sometimes I think we get so caught up and focused on buying new products and seeing what’s new that we tend to forget or neglect the items that we already have. I’ll admit I am totally and utterly guilty of this. The set includes three of their best sellers, two of which are the Volupte Tint-in Oil and one Volupte Lip Gloss in Rose Jersey, number 2o2 (not pictured) I decided to give it another try last weekend and I was delightfully pleased with it. I think the Tint-in-Oil will be perfect for the transition from winter into Spring.