I am an absolute Urban Decay junkie. Pretty much every eyeshadow palette they release, I buy. So, when I saw the new Born to Run Eyeshadow Palette, I was not only thrilled to add it to my collection, but also thrilled that it looks like a beautiful palette that I will use a lot! I will admit that I’m getting a bit sick of seeing this palette around the internet, but that won’t stop me from adding my two cents. 😄 So, is the new Born to Run Palette worth the hype? Let’s find out!!!
You may have noticed that there’s a new palette in town. Though the hype is dying down a bit, there has been a lot of talk about the new Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette. This is the latest offering in Urban Decay’s infamous “Naked” line of supposedly neutral palettes, and I must say that I’m losing any sense of what significance there even is to the designation. This flamin’ hot palette takes neutrals to the pinky-orange side. Pinky-orange neutrals? I guess that’s a thing these days. Lol! Semi-mocking aside, you can create wearable looks with this palette, but it’s not going to be for everybody. I’m guessing if you’re not going to like it, you already know it…and are probably not reading this review! But before I give away the store, let’s talk about the palette some more.
We’re looking at another Too Faced Holiday Set today!!! 🙂 Today’s offering is called the Grande Hotel Café and is by far the cutest of this year’s Too Faced sets. What makes it so cute? It’s actually shaped like a little dollhouse! Complete with doors that open! Inside there’s an adorable coffee shop scene and it’s filled with makeup!!! 🙂 If there is one thing that Too Faced always gets right during the Holidays, it’s their packaging. So packaging gets an A+, but how ‘bout the products inside? Let’s bust open those doors and give them a good test! 😉
Good news for all you International babes out there…ColourPop is now shipping overseas (minus Turkey & China)!!! I absolutely adore ColourPop, though I am constantly frustrated with their never ending roll outs of this and that’s (KathleenLights from YouTube literally just released another collab with them). The good news is that it’s pretty hard to truly break the bank with ColourPop and they have so many options – both in color choice and in type of products! If you’re looking for fantastic, fun, and affordable color cosmetics, you needn’t look further than ColourPop! I tried doing an Overview of ColourPop before, but the brand has grown so much even since then that I feel a need to update a bit. So, to help all of you who may be new to the brand, I’m going to try and give a bit of an overview of the brand’s offerings and mention some of my favorite formulas and colors. Try may be the key word here as there is always a lot to cover! 😉
To make things a bit easier should you be interested only in a certain category, you can jump to each section of the page by clicking the links below (after clicking “Read More”), or just read straight through for all the deets! 🙂
Super Shock Shadows
Lippie Sticks & Lippie Pencils
Super Shock Cheeks (Blushes, Bronzers & Highlighters)
Ultra Matte Lips
Creme Gel Liners
Brow Colours & Brow Pencils
Ultra Satin Lips
Ultra Metallic Lips & Ultra Glossy Lips
I almost hate to post this review right now because a) I just reviewed the Too Faced Peanut Butter and Jelly Palette here, and b) this palette is constantly selling out! But it’s just so good that I can’t not review it. What the hell am I referring to? My new love that is the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette of course! 🙂 That’s right. Too Faced has released yet another adorable and amazing eye shadow palette. While the Peanut Butter and Jelly Palette was an Ulta exclusive, the Sweet Peach Palette is available wherever Too Faced is sold…for a limited time. And like the Peanut Butter and Jelly Palette, the Sweet Peach Palette is also themed around food…a peach of course! I’ve already hinted at my feelings about the palette, but let’s dig a little deeper and find out why. 😉
Too Faced has been busy making cute things again. Is there any surprise? 🙂 Today I’m talking about the new Peanut Butter and Jelly Palette. That’s right. There’s an eyeshadow palette inspired by a sandwich! Technically it was inspired by the shade “Peanut Butter” from the Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette after the internet went crazy for it, but I like to think the sole inspiration was the childhood lunch box staple. So let’s get down and dirty in the PB&J and determine if this thing is more than just an insanely awesome concept, shall we? 🙂