The Revlon Colorstay Mineral Lipglaze is part of Revlon’s Mineral makeup collection. It comes together with the Revlon Colorstay Mineral foundation, Mineral blush and Mineral eyeshadow. I’ve tried mineral makeup for all parts of the face before, but never a mineral based lipgloss, so the Revlon Mineral Lipglaze is my first.
The colour I have is Infinite Rose, which is a shimmery cool toned rose-berry shade. I thought it looked a little dark in the tube, but it actually applies quite nicely. I am familiar with Revlon’s lipglosses, having been a great supporter of their Superlustrous Lipglosses for a long while. I like how they are so glossy yet not sticky since by now most of the regular readers will know that I’m not one for sticky lip glosses.
So, I had a lot to expect from the Revlon Mineral lipgloss and I was pleasantly surprised.
The colour of the lipgloss is pigmented. So pigmented that I’d safely say its close to a liquid lipstick more than a gloss. The swatch on the back of my hand is the mineral lipglaze swiped just once. Yep, its THAT opaque and pigmented!
Continue Reading ►
Tine did her virtual Christmas shopping on Polyvore but when I tried to go there to do my virtual shopping, I was simply boggled by the choices available for the many many products. So, I opted to prepare my wishlist manually and decided to concentrate on my favourite fashion item – bags!
Yes, this is certainly purely dream shopping as you can tell (from the top):-
- Cole Haan Genevieve woven triangle bag
- Louis Vuitton Montorgueil PM bag
- Louis Vuitton red epi leather zippy wallet
- Celine Boogie bag in blue denim
- Chanel Classic 2.55 in lambskin
Ah for bottomless pockets and infinite income at my disposal… Now that I’ve finished dreaming and ogling, its time to get back down to earth and do some proper shopping
Continue Reading ►
For this week’s best of Sass, Style & Substance beauty & fashion news!
Getting clean with bio-active skincare by REN that will delight all who use it.
Raging Rouge says: Think you can’t find a great holiday gift for less than $50? Think again!
A Touch of Blusher
A Touch of Blusher looks at Guerlain’s spring 2009 collection.
Stay warm and stylish this winter with these fun tights.
My Women Stuff
Do you use Peach or Yellow Concealer for your undereye area?
eye4style has picked her very favorite stocking stuffers for the season!
Christmas and holiday jewelry can be fun – but how’s a girl supposed to wear it without looking tacky?
Do you know which are Nicole Kidman’s Favourite Foods?
Beauty and Fashion Tech
Beauty and Fashion Tech has swatches from the Dior limited edition holiday palette!
While I was in Isetan yesterday, I happen to come across the Shiseido counter and stopped to take a look. I have never really been a fan of Shiseido makeup, mostly because I’m allergic to the eyeshadows from Shiseido The Makeup line. For some reason, Maquillage has never really grabbed my attention much.
But this time it did.
These are Shiseido Maquillage’s offering for Christmas 2008. An eyeshadow palette with 4 colours and a highlighter designed in collaboration with Christopher Kane, British fashion designer. The blue set is Princess Tiara (black case) and the Gold set is Noble Glamourous (gold case) – names that don’t mean anything really.
Each decorated case comes with the eyeshadow inserts packed separately, and you can insert it yourself. Not quite sure why this is so but there you go. Kanebo Lavshuca did it with their Summer Gradually palette and I recall Majolica Majorca has done the same too. I just did not quite expect it of Maquillage which is priced higher than the other 2 brands.
That aside, I must say that I was positively blown away by the texture of the eyeshadows. Each set comes with 4 eyeshadow shades from light to dark and one large pan of highlighter. The highlighter in the blue set (a pale pink) is very pretty and sparkly while the gold one is less so.
Continue Reading ►