002 And of course when I've finally made up my mind about the Hourglass Opaque Rouge Liquid Lipstick in Riviera (23£) and slipped it in my cart for a future purchase, here comes another amazing release: a range of six nudes available in different intensities and undertones for perfect fit for everyone.
I love me some bright lips of course, but the fact I've never been able to find the right shade of nude to make me look sophisticated as opposite of dead, has been bugging me for years. So, excuse me, but I'll file the need to try at least one of the Hourglass Femme Nude Lip Stylo (30$) under 'for science purposes'.
003 I've been lusting over the Laura Mercier Custom Artist Portfolio Home and Away (65£) for months now but I'm still a little unsure about it - shiny snake skin isn't really my thing and it looks a bit tacky to be honest -. I've been looking for a nice dupe and The Weekender by Sephora (38$) is the best alternative so far. It looks quite amazing actually and the quilted black case is a lot more professional. I'm afraid it might be a US exclusive but I'm absolutely determined to put my paws on it.
004 Wait, another blush? What a shocker! I understand I'm a little late on the Estee Lauder Pure Color Cheek Rush Gel Blushes (24£) bandwagon but the description reminds me a lot of the Clarins Eclat Minute ones - that where limited edition for Summer 2012 -, which by the way I'm still loving to pieces and rationing like a crazy person. Half jelly blush half stain sounds great for this time of the year when I'm all about natural flush and thin, long lasting textures.
005 My sweet tooth is showing I'm afraid. I've almost burned my way through my candle stash and it's nearly time to stock up again. Yankee's fall/winter scents are always so good and I can't wait to put my hands on this one in particular: can you imagine the gooey sweetness of burnt caramel with a whiff of sea salt to give it an edge? Better stop right here before the keyboard gets all sticky with drool.
What's on your wishlist this week?