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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Review+Swatches - Jane Iredale Mystikol Powdered Eyeliner/Highlighter

Liquid eyeliners and pencil liners are fine but a lot of times but more times than not I find myself looking around my makeup table for a smudge brush to soften the look, especially for a daytime look. This JANE IREDALE Mystikol Powdered Eyeliner/Highlighter ($20 @ is a nice one to not only apply color but virtually eliminates the second step of blending it in. 



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Monday, March 07, 2011

Cybelesays Special Report on The Makeup Show 2011

The Oscars were not the only thing to rumble through Los Angeles last weekend. The Makeup Show made its way into the city and while some of the usual brands made their appearance, there was one big brand debut whose attendance was a shocker.

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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Beautyfix Is Calling All Beauty Junkies!



What It Is: A way to sample some of the hottest up and coming brands.


How It Works: For $50/quarter or season, you receive 8 products (mostly full sizes and a few deluxe sizes) delivered right to your door. And you can stop, start or put your account on hold anytime you want.


What We Think: This is a great way to try out products as each quarter's collection is over $400 retail value and you can report back your thoughts on their website, Here's what I received in this month's box:


REDPOINT Noc-Out Cover-Up Compact (full size)
PCA SKIN Purifying Mask (2oz)
AMARTE Aqua Veil Pure Hydration Serum (2.2oz)
AMARTE Natural Wonder Cream (.34oz)
JANE IREDALE 24 Karak Gold Dust (1.8 grams)
KRONOS 'Phyx' Overnight Repair Maskque (4oz) - can't wait to try this one!
MLAB Anti-Aging Treatment Cream (.5oz)
PERRICONE MD Firming Neck Therapy (.5oz)
SENSA Weight Loss System (.70oz)


Thursday, September 06, 2007

It's A Pressed Matter

Janesss_3This was my first sampling of JANE IREDALE Mineral Cosmetics. I had never used a pressed version of minerals before and was very impressed with the formula of PurePressed Base ($48). This is a foundation, powder, concealer and sunscreen all in one pretty gold compact. Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide act as anti-inflammatories as well as broad-spectrum sunscreens (SPF 18). There are no oils, talc, dyes or synthetic preservatives in her products. The color choices come in four categories: Cool, Neutral, Warm and Global. I found the foundation gave me good, smooth coverage with only a small amount of product.

Another rec from the line are the PurePressed Eye Shadows ($27). Again, I had never tried pressed mineral shadow either and they blended smoothly and the color stayed true all day! My choice for the single pan color – Allure which is a soft pink shimmer ($17.50) and for the duo, I chose Heather 1 & 2 which is a combo of heather pink and a deep dove grey. This duo is perfect for this fall’s natural color palette. These can used wet or dry. This line comes highly recommended and used by plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and now, ME! All @ ~Lisa

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