Weekend Roundup

Café Makeup had high praise for Burberry’s new Fresh Glow Luminous Fluid Base, calling it a “best in class” primer.

Best Things in Beauty offered a sneak peek at Chanel’s Aquillaries de Chanel Collection.

The Beauty Look Book showed us why we need Le Métier de Beauté’s True Romance Nail Lacquer, a Nordstrom Anniversary exclusive.

Fab over Forty featured makeup application tips from Mickey Castillo, Le Métier de Beauté’s makeup director.

The Non-Blonde fell for the gorgeous, new Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colours.

Karla Sugar explores NARS Fall, defends Outremer, and discovers a few hidden gems.

Perfect for this weather, Product Girl featured a guide to the obsessive nature of facial misting.

DivaDebbi achieved beauty bliss with the Bliss Fabulous Skin-Reviving Rubberizing Mask.

Gouldylox Reviews is enjoying Dove’s Nourishing Oil Care Shampoo, Conditioner, and Treatment products.

BeautyXposé introduced us to the limited-edition eos Summer 2011 Collection of lip balm smooth spheres.

Daly Beauty tested and loved Your Best Face’s Restore serum.

Other things I enjoyed this week:
Messy Wands. Such a fabulous blog. Check out her tutorial on contouring with NARS multiples.

AlexandraRC writes a fantastic nail blog (and she takes amazing pictures). Check out her incredible freehand flamingos.

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One Response to “Weekend Roundup”

  • Niki says:

    Isn’t messy wands just AMAZING? obviously not anywhere near as amazing a resource in terms of swatches and comparisons and karla sugar, but i can tell that messy wands is a blog that i am going to LOVE and obsessively check.

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