My RADAR! Nouveautes – Beauty

 

I promised you I’ll return with more exciting and close-up images. Well, I’m keeping my word and I’m bringing you the color story of drugstore beauty.

The New Spring 2016 Collection has arrived at Pharmaprix and I’m having some inner turmoil about whether I need all these or not since my goal this year is to use up most of my makeup. I was quite intrigued and tempted to try the Dream Velvet Foundation by Maybelline and L’Oreal Paris Infallible Pro Matte Gloss for instance.

I love Maybelline Instant-Age Rewind/Eraser and I always have good luck with this brand when I’m on a budget buy. This foundation comes in a gel cream formula and the texture is freaking soft, I tell you. You can see from this picture, I squeeze a little of the product and look at how much it go. So, a little goes a long way. I love that the Tester tube is perfect for my skin-tone.

At shower,  I noticed that water will bead, very much like wearing a waterproof jacket (if this make any sense). I could confidently say that you could wear it in the pool or beach and girl, this puppy is waterproof.

A liquid form gloss which is pro-matte by L’Oreal. Well, that’s new to me at least! Available in ten neutral to pink tone colors to welcome Spring. The applicator is unlike the doe foot I’m more used to. I find the tip to be a little flimsy to control when I did a swatch on my wrist. My first impression is the sponge was a bit soft but it picks up the product very well. I still have the color stain on after shower twice since yesterday.

I love matte or creamy opaque lip color and this new Pro-matte might just be right up my alley after all. It reminds me of City Color Lip Stain that I got from my Ipsy Bag, it looks like the latter is a little runny formula for L’Oreal.

This one is in my radar definitely.

I saw my favorite Youtuber Emily talked about the New Revlon 2 in 1 Compact Makeup and Concealer recently and when I spotted this at the drugstore, I’m intrigued to try it.

Available in twelve different shades and I noticed it has more deeper toned formula in this collection.

I couldn’t access to the tester for this product and I can’t give my opinion but check out this link if you want to know more.

Youtuber Emilynoel

Last but not least is this L’Oreal Color Riche Eyeshadow Gel to Powder for $6.99 in fifteen shades. The color swatch in the picture is Petite Perle. Texture feels creamy and pigmented on first swipe.

I’m dying of happiness right now! All these NEW collections are amazing. The packaging and the dark bold eyeshadow colors are so smoky hot.

But anyways, I’ll sit and ponder this a while longer if I need to pick all. Let me know what you think? Which would you like me do a review on in the comment section. I love trying out products to review.

In the mean time, let me know if you’re going to indulge in any of the above products.

Thanks for taking the time to stop by and read. Hope to see you in the next one!

Sharon xoxo

 

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12 comments

  1. Sharon, I tried to leave a comment but after I wrote a long treatise about your post, I got an error message from your comment box saying I had to be logged in even tho I was. So in case my first comment is lost, here’s my 2nd shorter message lol. I’d like to try the Revlon 2 in 1 even though I have a million foundations. I didn’t know that L’Oreal Colour Riche shadow is gel to powder — ooh, love that

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    • I didn’t get your first comment Allison but got the second one. I’m drooling – I’m sort of on a low-buy but I might cave it on the Maybelline foundation. Hahaha! If you tried the Revlon, please let me know what you think. We Never have enough of foundation or makeup! The texture of the color riche were very smooth and pigmented on first swatch test.

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