Now for Rimmel Blush This was another purchase at Chemist Warehouse and it cost $9.72 down from $14.95. I never used to wear blush but now kind of have an obsession with it. What I like about this shade is … Continue reading
So, in addition to my post on the Revlon Peony Lipgloss here, I decided to also post about a Lip Butter I bought on the same day. This cost approx $20 like the lipgloss and bought at Kmart. You can purchase this at any health and beauty store as well as pharmacy.
I found that there was a lot in the range for the lip butters. It comes in so many colours, but I decided to go with Cupcake. This is a really soft pink lipstick and I can safely say, will not suit everyone. When applied it is thick and creamy on your lips. Because of its baby pink colour, it would suit with light blue and purple eye shadows.
Check out the photo I took:
I blurred out my face with the focus on my lips. It’s definitely a cute lipstick and for those that usually wear bold colours, I wouldn’t recommend this lip butter for you. I like it because it’s cute and dainty, and I will usually wear this colour if I am in a fun mood too.
Checkout the Revlon website here if you want to see the Colorburst range.
Looking online I saw this lipstick for approx $12 on eBay but randomly stumbled upon a website ecrater that sells this for $3.29. ECrater is a free online marketplace like eBay and you can grab great bargains. It also appears that it ships around the world too.
Panda Pen by De-Coy
Do you ever hate when your mascara, eye liner or eye shadow does this:
Your eye liner, eye shadow or mascara runs onto your face giving you a panda like look. Most of the time you wouldn’t notice unless you went to freshen up.
Well, to avoid this, De-Coy have made a convenient make-up remover pen called the Panda Pen. They have easy to use steps here.
It does cost AU$29.95 and you can buy direct from the website internationally with a Paypal account.
I realise that this product is not the cheapest but I had to share it because you can carry it with you anywhere and easily touch up when you need to.
It is perfect for people with sensitive skin and not tested on animals. I also like how it is marketed because they have a sense of humour about it.
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Was reading Thoughts In Little Boxes who tested out:
This was available in the UK and it made me think about other options in Australia. There are different options out there depending on what brands you might be interested in.
To be launched soon…
I have linked the products page for each website. These are alternative options to Glossy Box
Beauty Bar does have a waiting list
Previously known as Boudoir Privé
Found a review of this Korean website on this blog
Please note you do have to go onto a waiting list for Eco-Emi but all the products are organic.
This is just a point of reference for people to check out the various sites and choose a beauty box is best for them. There is a variety of subscription offers and you do have to pick and choose what products you will be most interested in. Research around and read reviews on the companies before you subscribe. The good thing is, you can cancel your subscription anytime.
I found that America had the most to offer for their residents. With this growing trend, I’m sure there will be more companies emerging offering more options as well as natural, organic products.
I’m off now to research some nail polish trends.
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