When I heard that NARS was releasing a palette named Atomic Blonde, there was NO WAY ON EARTH that I would pass that up; for starters, it’s all about warm-toned neutrals (my jam) then there’s the name, which calls to mind the movie “Atomic Blonde” starring one of my all-time girl crushes, Charlize Theron. Lastly, NARS had me at ‘blonde’ (ummm…moi). In fact, this may very well be my favourite palette from the brand yet.
Givenchy is all about luxury, beauty, and detail … all three traits that are found with the brand’s latest launches, Rouge Interdit Marbre & Le Rouge Liquide. But riding high above that is performance and comfort: something that all of these definitely have … in abundance, I might add.
Nude polish is a shade everyone can wear: it’s basically a question of finding one with the right undertone. So when CND released this capsule collection, I was pleasantly surprised to find that these 4 hues actually had such a good range. Colour fads will come & go, but let’s face it; nude is a classic … as in the nail version of the ‘little black dress’.
Bare Minerals is a brand I’ve known for a while but have not really delved into all that much, so when the Crystalline Glow Bronzer & Highlighter Palette and Lashtopia Volumizing Mascara arrived, my curiosity was piqued. The fact that both products sit well within my highlighter & mascara-loving wheelhouse was just a happy coincidence … but I’ll take it!
Today’s post focuses on several new launches from Dior, along with an industry standard — the foundation — that for some inexplicable reason, I hadn’t tried … until now. Don’t get me wrong; I was not only aware of the love makeup artists & consumers have for this product, but I happen to already own several shades as well, so when the matching new setting spray and brush came in, I was fired up to give everything a go. Adding to the common thread of long-lasting makeup, these new Dior brow products seemed to fit right in … and thus, a post is born.
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