Dessert lovers will be obsessed with this Lancôme macaron duo that resembles the real thing. One macaron is a sponge applicator and the other is a cream blush. Blend the product onto your cheekbones for a natural flush of color.
If you’re searching for a jet-black mascara that will give you voluminous lashes without breaking the bank, this drugstore option is your answer. It’s also smudge-proof, so your mascara will actually stay on your lashes all day.
Instead of letting your blending sponge roam free, give it a home. This blending sponge and stand duo will serve as a drying stand to keep your sponge clean and safe from the inner contents of your makeup case.
Put your matte lippies away because balmy lipstick is in. The new Soap & Glory Peach Pout Balmy Lipstick comes in three different shades of peach: (from lightest to darkest) Peach for the Sky, Peach Ball and Freedom of Peach. And, as you’d probably expect, they even smell like peaches.
If the name of this new mini palette doesn’t have you sold, then a glimpse inside at the shadows will. The Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette contains six scorched neutral shades (five matte, one demi-matte highlighting shade) inspired by the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette.
Obsessed with high-pigmented shadows? You need to check out these PUR Eye Polish Glitters that come in a set of five shades: purple, copper, silver, champagne and white. Layer them over a complementary matte shadow to add dimension and even create a holographic look.
Say goodbye to your foundation and hello to tinted moisturizer with this newness from IT Cosmetics. Apply all over your face to perfect your complexion, color correct and even to protect with SPF. This moisturizer will leave your skin looking dewy and healthy.
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