Did you hear that Fleet Week was cancelled in New York City this year? I have to say that I was disappointed to hear this. Not that I actually spend any time interacting with the visiting sailors, but I like to see them roaming around town for a few days.
Plus, it was going to be the perfect tie-in to this review of Hello Sailor, the newest product from Lipstick Queen.
I’ve been enjoying drugstore lipsticks just as much as high-end lip colors lately. It might just be the spring weather putting me in the mood for cheap-and-chic makeup, or perhaps it’s the fact that mass-market lipstick offerings really are better than ever these days.
I tried a Rimmel lipstick a few years ago and ended up throwing away most of it—that was the Moisture Renew formula, if I remember correctly. However, Rimmel’s Lasting Finish lipstick is another story entirely.
It still feels like winter in my part of the world, and March has indeed come in like a lion. At the same time, I’ve been looking at spring makeup in my usual glossy magazines and I spotted a photo of these funny little products from the drugstore line NYC (New York Color).
I ended up purchasing an Applelicious Glossy Lip Balm in Apple Blossom on my next trip to CVS, and I’ve been using it almost every day. Continue reading
I’ve written before about my love for Sunday Riley skincare and cosmetics; these products are high-priced, but they’re also high-quality, so I find them worth the investment. I wrote a review of the line’s Modern Lip Color lipstick in Duchess a while ago, and now I have a few thoughts to share about another shade, Marie Antoinette.
When I started this blog, I promised my friend Alyssa that it would feature plenty of lipstick reviews. This is more of a preview than a proper review, but still, I think it’s worth sharing. I love Anna Sui’s clothing, and her makeup line (manufactured by Albion Cosmetics) often catches my fancy as well.