Thursday, July 7, 2011

Review: L.A. Colors Loose Eyeshadows!!

Gee, I'm just really into the video thing lately! I did another review on ANOTHER product from L.A. Colors, lol :) I think I have more L.A. Colors stuff that anything else, but I'm branching out now that I'm getting more experienced!!

Company: Product Description:
A gorgeous collection of FUN, SHIMMERING, METALLIC shades with brush applicator that adds sparkle to your eyes. Made with ultra fine powders for long lasting, radiant color. Applies on smoothly with INTENSE color!

My Take:
Well, first off all you are going to have to depot these immediately because of the incredibly dumb packaging. You can barely get a shimmer worth of product out without depotting. These do apply pretty smoothly but with any shimmery loose eyeshadow or pigment you will get A TON of fall out and once that shimmer is on your face it seems to stick no matter how much you wash your face (and there goes your freshly done makeup...) I use my NYC translucent powder to catch the fallout.
One last thing, these are best used foiled.

Thanks for all the support!

Love, Rachel

June Beauty Favorites!!

Yay! So this is my first time doing any kind of favorites post so I decided to do it in a video!! Hope you enjoy! Click to enter my GIVEAWAY!

 Love, Rachel

Video: Elf Complexion Perfection

Hey! Video review this time!

Other Info:
* this product got a 3.7 on makeupalley
* On also Target and some Meijer stores
* Also known as tone correcting powder
* Price $3


Mica, Talc, Magnesium Myristate, Polymethyl Methacrylate, Nylon-12, Titanium Dioxide, Octyldodecanol, Dimethicone, Aluminum Starch Octenylsuccinate, Silica, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Boron Nitride.

Product Description:
Create a balanced and radiant complexion that is beautiful and healthy. The lightweight formula evens out the skin tone and absorbs excess oil. The sheer formula brightens, mattes and neutralizes the skin. The colors are meant to be blended together as the Blue neutralizes orange, the Green neutralizes red, the Pink neutralizes grey and the Yellow brightens and neutralizes red. 

Thanks SOO much to my new FOLLOWERS!!

Love, Rachel