I’ve been busy on the blog lately, and haven’t had a chance to post these yet. I was out at Target and Walgreens over the last couple of weeks, and here are some of my finds. I’ll start with Walgreens.
The Revlon Shanghai Collection by Gucci Westman looks pretty interesting. In addition to LE shades of lipstick and nail polish, this collection includes nail stencils and the pièce de résistance Revlon Midnight Express Cream Eye Shadow Palette that features six shades of cream eyeshadow. The collection look gorgeous.
Next up are the new Maybelline Color Sensational High Shine Glosses. These glosses are said to pack quite a punch in terms of pigmentation and shine. If you are not usually a fan of drugstore lip glosses, perhaps these High Shine glosses will change your mind.
How cute are these Posh Colors brush kits? They are adorable! I have never heard of the brand, and I have no idea what the brushes are like, but they are just so cute. They might be worth picking up as a travel kit, or a stocking stuffer because Christmas is right around the corner. (I know, I know, it’s only October first. But still, it’s never to early to plan ahead.) At any rate, those vibrant colors certainly caught my attention.
At Target I found this snake skin themed display. This is the e.l.f. Cool Python Collection, and I believe that it is exclusive to Target. The collection includes everything from nail files, brushes, and eyelash curlers to pretty good sized train cases, all with snake skin styling. Here are a couple of the highlights:
The e.l.f. Cool Python Nail Polish Collection was pretty cleaned out at my Target. I know that in addition to the red, shimmery green, and gold glitter shades pictured here, the collection also contains a nude/greige, a blue, and a purple. There may be more, but I’m not 100% sure.
I love the python themed tools that this collection contains. These brushes have python handles, as does the eyelash curler. That little pouch on the right contains tweezers. If you are a fan of snake skin patterns, this collection is a great bunch of tools to add to your stash.
As with most of e.l.f.’s collections, the Cool Python Collection comes with it’s own Beauty Book. My target only had the Cool palette left, but the Beauty Book comes in both cool and warm. What I like about this Beauty Book is that the eyeshadow wells have a pattern imprinted on them. It doesn’t make much of a difference to the quality of the shadow, but I like the pleasing look that it gives. E.l.f. Beauty Books are really hit and miss, and are not what e.l.f. does best, in my opinion. These are great for a young girl to experiment with makeup, but they just don’t usually have the best quality. The Beauty Books are $6 though, so it’s not like it’s a huge risk if you decide to take the chance.
That’s all for now. I hope that you saw something that you like. Have you tried any of these products? What did you think? Let me know in the comments below. 🙂