Today I’m reviewing Oriflame powershine lipstick in shades ‘Trendy Berry’ and ‘Red Ovation’. I picked up Trendy Berry few months back from the flyer because it was on a really good offer but never got around to wearing it until recently.
I generally don’t like any shimmer in my lip products which is why I barely used this lippie earlier. But last week when I tried it on, I was pleasantly surprized by how good it looked. I wore Trendy Berry for almost the entire week and picked up Red Ovation after that.
Today I’m reviewing Chambor baked minerals blush in shade ‘106 Glitzy Copper. Some time back, I was on a lookout for a peach blush (before I found Faces blush ’01 Burnt Sienna’) and while browsing through the blush range at the Chambor I came across this beauty. The SA offered to apply it on me and it gave such a natural warmth to my face that I decided to pick it up.
I’ve been wearing this blush very often with all warm eye makeup look s and all of my warm lipstick shades (Avon simply pretty ‘Rick Terracotta’, Maybelline moisture extreme ‘Bronzy Orange, Maybelline color sensational ‘My Mahogany’ in the FOTDs)
Today I’m reviewing one of my favorite and most used products – MAC ‘Indianwood’ paint pot.
MAC Paint pots are basically cream eye shadow formulations that come packaged in a small tub or “pot” and can be used as eye shadow base or alone or in conjunction with other eye shadows. They set within few seconds of application and stay on for hours without creasing or fading. Thus they work as excellent eye primer/bases- bringing out the color of the eye shadows and preventing them from smudging, creasing or fading.