This is gonna be a very short one: I’m OBSESSED with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina palette!
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of K-Beauty is often the oh-so-cute packaging. Yes, I know, it’s a little bit cliché, and Korean beauty is not only about that but let’s just admit it: Koreans are absolute masters in the creation of irresistible packagings. And the Etude House Glass Tinting Lips-talk lipsticks are a perfect example of this cuteness!
Beauty addicts know it all too well: when you go to Seoul, you go with (at least) one empty suitcase. It’s physically impossible to leave without anything when you visit the new Mecca of cosmetics. There are beauty shops everywhere! So today, I wanted to share some of my favorite shopping beauty spots in Seoul with you. Enjoy the visit!
Can I still talk about the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture palette or is it too late? A few weeks ago, it was everywhere! But not necessarily for the best reasons: it was so controversial after its release…
Having rediscovered L’Oréal mascaras last year during my North American road-trip, I was really looking forward to their new releases. And their latest mascara, the Voluminous Lash Paradise was highly hyped up by all the American beauty gurus. So I basically had to try it! ^^
Today’s review is clearly about a “phenomenon” product. It’s simple: everybody is raving about this foundation. And if you come here regularly, you know that I can be a little rough in my reviews. But I’m going to kill the suspense right away: yes, I totally understand why the Serum Foundation by The Ordinary is out of stock all the time since it launched. And when it’s available again, I totally plan to buy some backups!
Glossier. The uber trendy American brand created by one of the cool beauty goddess, the founder of the blog/ webzine Into The Gloss, Emily Weiss. Honestly, I almost want to say that “too much cool kills cool”, doesn’t it? Let’s see if Glossier is too cool to be true!
I must admit that I have left ColourPop to one side recently (I mean, these last months). They launched so many products and collabs that it became difficult to follow. However, the spring collection caught my eye! And in particular, the face palette with a blush and a highlighter: the Pressed Powder Face Duo which I will tell you more about today.
After the Sweet Peach Glow Palette disappointment, I was not thinking about re-purchasing something from Too Faced anytime soon. But I am very weak in front of a pretty makeup product and against all odds (the reviews are very mixed), this Too Faced Love Light Prismatic highlighter is a nice surprise!
The least I can say is that I took my sweet time to purchase the Marc Jacobs Beauty Air Blush Soft Glow Duo blushes!