Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Avon Marbleized Bronzer

Swirls of sun-kissed shades blend together for a year-round bronze-lit glow.
Doubles as a blush. .14 oz. net wt.

Sweep your brush across all shades, then dust on where
the sun would kiss your face
(cheekbones, bridge of nose, and chin).
Price $11.00

I got both of these and I am not too happy with one of them.
The Color Bronze Highlight just does not show you really have to sweep your brush
many times to get some kind of color. Very little with this tone,
I honestly don't recommend to purchase this color.
Unless mine was just one from a bad batch, but Im not too happy with it.
The color Bronzed Peach is better this one I do have to sweep
my brush a couple of times, but this one can be buildable for
some reason I haven't been able to put it down.
I have been using the Bronzed Peach alot to contour and I started to really like it.
 I don't like to just throw or put makeup in the junk drawer unless I give it a couple of tries.
I guess I will give Bronze Highlight a couple of more tries.
And maybe give it another review if it gets better.
The size I thought it was like a Mac MSF
but is more like the size of a Mac Blush.
It's not shimmery which is a good thing for me and an extra point there ;)
Overall Bronze Highlight just didnt work for me but Bronzed Peach I really like.
I don't like to do Bad Reviews unless the product is just not worth getting.
And honestly I would of passed on Bronze Highlight if I would of read some reviews.
LEt me know what you guys think.
Hope this review was Helpful and keep comming back to visit.

As Always

Monday, August 29, 2011

Avon True Color Quad in Caribbean Sunset

I just got my Avon Order and this Quad.
I really like the colors on this quad they are pigmented
but not as much as I thought they would be, but
with a good base and a few pack ons you will get a very pretty look.


I have 2 other Avon True Color Quad posts on other colors.
So if you are interested follow the links below

Friday, August 26, 2011

FOTD-Too Faced Unmentionables (Naked Eye Palette)

Primer-UDPP in Eden
Lid-Too Faced Unmentionebles (Naked Eye Palette)
Crease-BSC Purple/Blue Color (BSC Bitch Wheel)
Above Crease-Too Faced Like a Virgin (Naked Eye Palette)
Highlight-WNW Brule
Inner Corners-Mac Gorgeous (Smokey Eyes Palette 2008)
Lowerlash-BSC Magenta (BSC Bitch Wheel)
Mascara-Avon SuperShock Max
Waterline-Avon Dual Ended Liner in Blue
NYC Liquid Eyeliner
Falsies-Red Cherry #15

e.l.f's Brow Kit in Medium
BSC Lime Palette ES Dk. Brown

Artistry Balancing Foundation in Natural
Mac MSF Natural in Medium Plus
Everyday Minerals Intensive Concealer
Mark Glowdacious Illuminating Powder in Amped Up to contour
Avon True Color Blush in Classic Aura
Avon Smooth Minerals Radiant Veil in Luminous Rose to Highlight

Mac Lipstick in Pervette 

I hope you all liked this look!

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Avon Super Shock Liquid Lip Shine SPF 15

Mega brush delivers more color vs. Avon Glazewear.
Shockingly sexy lips in one super sweep.
Oversized applicator with well tip holds and delivers smooth,
full-coverage color & shine. .03 oz. net wt.
Price $8.00

I was very courious about these because they reminded
me alot of the Lipglosses from the Mac Wonder Woman Collection.
At least the packaging anyway. I missed out on that collection =(
Pigmentation- is very good the colors are very vibrant which is another reason
why I got these, since I have been wanting to try vibrant colors on my lips.
Packaging-As mentioned the packaging is like the
Mac Wonder Woman Collection witha huge doe tip applicator.
 I have to say at first it was hard to open because it seemed to be to tight and when pulling
the applicator out you would get too much product.
Once you get used to it and figure out how to pull you'll be fine.
It is the only downfall for this product, but it's fun and new and the product itself its acutally very good.
 Scent- a soft fruity smell that does not bother at all. I am very sensitive to smells and this one I like alot.
Texture-The product is not sticky as other lipglosses and not too thin either.
It's just a good texture and I really like it. To me is like a lipstick just less thicker.
Staying Power-This gloss actually lasted and the color showed up longer
than any other lipglosses, not only did
it last longer but it also kept my lips conditioned.
Overall I really like this product so far.
I hope Avon doesn't discontinue it and I hope you guys found this review helpful.

 Top Row: Melon Madness, Lilac Attack & Pink Indulgence

Bottom Row: Tickled Pink, Popsicle & Bronze Blitz

Melon Madness, Lilac Attack & Pink Indulgence
Tickled Pink, Popsicle & Bronze Blitz

Top Row: Melon Madness, Lilac Attack & Pink Indulgence
Bottom Row: Tickled Pink, Popsicle & Bronze Blitz

Thanks for Stopping By!

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

FOTD-BCS Lime Palette

Lately I have been LOVING BSC Lime Palette and haven't been able to put it down.
This week I will create as many looks as I can.
This Post is Picture Heavy hope you don't mind.


e.l.f's Eyebrow kit in Medium
BSC 5th. color from 2nd. Row
Mac #266 Brush

Primer-UDPP in Eden
Using BCS Lime Palette
Lid-BSC-3rd. Color from 1st. Row
Crease-Mark Latte
Highlight-BSC-1st. Color on 1st Row and WnW Brule
Inner Corners-Mac Suave Intentions (LE)
Lowerlash-BSC-4th. Color form last Row
False lashes-Cannot remember which ones but definetly Red Cherry
Artistry Balancing Foundation in Natural
Mac MSF Natural in Medium Plus
Everyday Minerals Multi-Intensive Concealer
Mark Glowdacious Illuminating Powder in Amped Up
Avon True Color Blush in Coral Radiance

Revlon Soft Nude Lipstick
Avon SuperShock Lipshine in Tickled Pink

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Mark MIN-A-REAL Cream to Powde Foundation with Mineral Pigments

Get real - and really radiant! This breakthrough cream-to-powder mineral foundation is the first with Lumiskin complex to smooth, brighten and even out skin tone. Forget mineral mayhem - our unique formula is 100% no mess! 0.4 oz. net wt.
Price $18.00

I have been using this foundation and I have to say it is just ok.
Texture and coverage reminds me of the Mark stick foundation.
I mean its not a horrible product I have been using it on a daily basis when I just want a light coverage.
I set it with My favorite powders, either Mac MSF Natural or
My Artistry Ideal dual foundation and it looks nice only if I set it with any of these powders.
Other than that coverage is not good if used alone.  
Lasting power, not that great, it seems to melt off after a while and  gives me these white spots on my cheeks, it kind of looks like my skin is super dry with makeup on top and that's what I really disliked. I'm only using it to finish it and I don't think I will be buying this one again.
I prefer the Maybelline Smooth Mousse Cream Foundation and it's way cheaper.

Thanks for Stopping By!

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

FOTD-BSC Purple & Orange

Primer-UDPP in Eden
Lid-BSC Matte Purple from Deadliest Bitch Paintwheel
Crease-BSC Matte Orange from Lime Palette
Highlight-WnW Brule
Inner Corners-WnW Gold from the Vanity Palette
Lowerlash outer Corner-BSC Matte Purple
Waterline Avon Dual Ended liner in Blue
Mascara-Avon SuperShock Max in Black
Falsies-Ardell 105

Revlon Photo Ready Foundation
Artistry Ideal Dual Foundation
Everyday Minerals Intensive Fair Concealer
Mac MSF in Comfort to Contour
Mac Pink Swoon Blush

Revlon Soft Nude Lipstick
Avon SuperShock Liquid Lip Shine in Tickled Pink