I have been to Paris before: the first time when I was 16, but that was more a cultural visit (with my school, so all monuments and museums were crammed in 2 days...)
Places I want to visit during the day in Paris:
I am not impressed...The colours are rather meh...
It might work with some high powered eyeshadow primers underneath, such as Too Faced Eye Insurance or Urban Decay Primer Potion, but hey...a product should be reasonable in the first place...Otherwise I could buy a eyeshadow for 50 cents and have the same results.
This product would be very suitable for mothers who don't want their young girls to wear makeup, but the girls really want to try out makeup...the mothers can give this to their youngster, and it would hardly show off. Shortly, it reminds me of those kiddy makeup kids that look cute but have hardly any pigment at all.
I want to do a review today, because I posted about the Eyeko sale today as well...so I think it is wise to tell something about one of their products...It will be a small review, though.
I think I will start of with the positive...a product which is ok. It is not a HG, safe-when-a-fire-is burning-down-your-house kind of product, but is is...ehm...ok.
First, it looks darn cute: the packaging, the manga style eyes and the pink colours. They know how to do girly and young.
We do not celebrate Thanksgiving in my country, but I will be happy to benefit from the various sales that are going on this week ;D.
Some interesting sales I found:
Cherryculture is offering 20% off from 25 November- 30 November: code TG20
My Chelle dermaceuticals is having a one-day-sale, 28 November, offering 20% off. No code needed. Check out their fruit fiesta peel!
Mineral Makeup company Fusion of Colors is offering a 15% discount on Adesign brushes until 15 December. I love Adesign brushes...they are made by the same company that produces Smashbox brushes. I would absolutely recommend the pointed kabuki for everyone that uses mineral makeup or powdered foundation.