Animal Lover? Get these Palettes for PETA from Smashbox!

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From environment friendly shopping bags and goodies to cruelty free makeups, truly the fashion and beauty industry have gone more responsible! This is actually the first time I uncover an eye shadow palette that is 100% vegan (no animal byproducts whatsoever at all).

Smashbox Palettes for PETA are two sets of vegan eyeshadow palettes in a pretty compact case that’s formulated for superb blendability and has never been tested on animals. It includes a mirror and a double-ended brush for blending, lining and smudging.


Earth Mother shimmery beige, taupe, chocolate brown
In the Wildshimmery pale gold, pink champagne, seige green

These gorgeous palettes are coming soon, so watch out ladies! 😀 Check for more details.

Love the MAC Cult of Cherry Campaign!

If there’s something to love about MAC right now. It’s this artistic campaign vid:

I love how they did it! It’s some sort of a retro-ish video that’s nicely and artistically done. This has got to be my cult of cherry fantastic wonderland!

Oh well, the whole MAC Cult of Cherry collection is something absolutely to look forward to–from their lippies down to their eye shadow palettes and nail lacquers. Truly, wearing cherry spells s-e-x-y!

The new forbidden fruit. Deep, dark, dramatic. Lips ripened with juicy cerises and intoxicating kirsches while eyes smoulder in luscious spiced chocolate. With its sense of way-to-go dark, this is how we separate the bitter from the sweet…Fall drama just got more delicious.

Colors are stunning, and mostly from earthly neutrals to crimson berries. Well, the whole collection actually epitomizes each tinge of color you can find in a fresh, ripe cherry fruit. This is perfect should you want to create a smoky, dark and dramatic look without losing the sophisticated seductress in you. (more…)

My recent MAC Studiofix rant.

mac studiofixI have always been a fan of MAC Studiofix because of its great coverage and staying power it delivers. MAC Studiofix has always been a staple to my makeup arsenal. It’s the perfect powder-foundation for me. I’m not really into liquid foundies since they’re too thick and heavy on my skin (my skin type’s oily) especially in a tropical weather I’m

However, I got a teensy complaint about it. Though MAC Studiofix is designed to be applied as dry, I wonder how it still tends to build up even if I apply it as is? I don’t actually wet my sponge and rarely retouch my makeup. If I do retouch, I make sure to blot my oilies first with the use of oil blotting sheets and then dab a bit of powder on my face. (more…)




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