Saturday Link Love, Season 2 Ep 3
It’s fiiiiinally the weekend! Was it just me, or did this week seem even longer than usual? Kick back and relax with some beauty reads from this week.
The consistently hilarious Brightest Bulb in the Box weighs in with her opinion on the new Tarte cheek stain packaging.
The Non-Blonde reminds us that when your skin is troublesome, there might just be more factors than your skincare routine at play.
because i’m addicted has instructions for distressing your own denim (now you can save all those pennies for makeup).
Weekend Ramblings pairs a smoky eye with a coral lip, with stunning results. And don’t worry, there’s a tutorial involved!
I might have passed on the new Narssisist palette, but Cafe Makeup is all ready with a review.
New products ahead – the British Beauty Blogger has swatches of Givenchy’s upcoming new line of cream shadows.
In case you’re already looking forward to next weekend, Vivianna Does Makeup has a list of products to help you make the transition from work to happy hour.
If you’re looking to try out new indie brands, checkout IndieKnow’s overview of Darling Girl Cosmetics.
For Lily Pebbles’ ‘no money month’ she shows off a more wallet-friendly palette similar to Charlotte Tilbury Dolce Vita.
Sara@colormeloudJanuary 18, 2014 at 8:10 am
Thanks for putting those links together. I don’t agree with BBB at all on those cream shadows though. I have two of those for the last month and I couldn’t bring myself to review them because it creases and fades like nothing else :-(( I would be interested in other’s experiences once it is released.
RadsJanuary 18, 2014 at 8:42 pm
Cream shadows in general won’t last a second on my oily lids :D The colors looked awesome in the swatches on BBB…too bad they didn’t last as well on you!
RadsJanuary 18, 2014 at 8:37 pm
OMG! Thank you so much for the link!!
LindaJanuary 19, 2014 at 5:13 am
Always look forward to your Sat Link Loves, I get to see what I missed throughout the week, and inevitably find something new! xoxo
BellyheadJanuary 19, 2014 at 8:36 pm
Ah! Wonderful reading material for the weekend! thank you!