Friday, February 25, 2011

Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Gel CreamLiner Review + Swatches

After lining my eyes (perfectly) with the help of Physicians Formula CreamLiner's, I knew I had to write a review ASAP! The sun was blazing today so I was able to take AMAZINGLY-AWESOME-FANTASTIC swatches too. I can't wait to show them!

First, the official Physicians Formula description:
- Three custom shades provide a glamorous look to define and enhance your eye color.
- Unique gel cream formula glides-on effortlessly and smoothly while providing the definition of a liquid eyeliner.
- Long-wearing, water-resistant and smudge-resistant formula provides 24-Hour definition.
- Includes Pro-Eyeliner Brush for effortless and precise application.

Stackable eyeliner pots can be pulled apart for individual use on-the-go.
Hypoallergenic. Dermatologist Approved. Fragrance Free. Paraben Free. Safe for Sensitive Eyes and Contact Lens Wearers.

I have the Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Gel CreamLiners in Hazel Eyes and Blue Eyes. These liners costs roughly $14.99 in most drugstores. Luckily, I purchased the both of mine at nearly half the price! While the price seems absurd for drugstore prices, it comes out to be $4.99 a pot. What other drugstore brands do you know that sells GEL eyeliners for $5 or less? Wet n Wild has one at $6.99, Maybelline's at $9.99 and L'Oreal's H.I.P. line but that isn't even available in Canada >:@
Unlike all Physicians Formula brushes, the one included for the Gel CreamLiner trio's do not suck. The bristles are too stiff and drag across the lids WITHOUT scratching the lids. So while it isn't soft & flexible, it works alright.. better than an angled eyeliner brush, I say.

The quality of these gel liners is terrific.
Think: Extremely creamy and easy to apply. It applies unevenly but only when I didn't have enough cream on my brush. Each shade is pigmented and has it's own pizazz and you'll see that in the swatches.
I don't agree with the long-wearing, water-resistant, and smudge-resistant claims.
The eyeliner is long-wearing as long as it doesn't come into contact with water. I could swim with the eyeliner on and it wouldn't run down my face. However, I've noticed after contact with water/once the water evaporates, the eyeliner begins to flake and smudge and doesn't stop unless the eyeliner is removed. Luckily, the eyeliner itself does not transfer or crease into the hood of eyelids which is a huge concern for me!
Now the removal process is fairly easy. It can't be removed with simple soap & water but an oil-based make-up remover will do the trick.
How about some swatches before the final verdict ;)

Pigmented, no?? The Blue Eyes trio contains a deep navy blue, brown with a golden sheen, and black with blue micro glitters. At first I thought the black liners were standard blacks but the colors in their pots/packaging is ultra deceiving!!
The Hazel Eyes trio contains a brown that has an olive-green tone to it, purple with magenta tones AND silver micro glitters, and a black with purple micro glitters.
I had a very hard time capturing the micro glitters so excuse the blurry-ness of the not-your-standard-black-eyeliner swatches ^^;

The final verdict:
I recommend these gel/cream liners 100%, end of discussion!
Hope this review & my swatches help your future purchases.


Thursday, February 24, 2011

Cheers to Great Friends!

Great friends are hard to come by.
I mean, would your gal pal let you purchase the last Wet n Wild *Limited Edition* Pixie Holiday Palette in Night Elf even though she found it first???
If your answer is no - your friend is average.
If your answer is yes - your friend is SUPREMELY AWESOME like mine!

*Short rambling. Ignore if you prefer, swatches below!*

If you haven't caught on yet, I now possess the uber coveted Night Elf (eyeshadow palette) and it's all thanks to my great friend, Nina.
I would have never noticed the palette if it weren't for her hawk eyes! I literally stood in front of the palette not noticing it until Nina saw it and proceeded to scream and jump in my face. Since she saw and held it first, it was only fair that she should buy it. The disappointment in my face must have been draining the life out of her because she ended up letting me buy it!
All Nina wants is the MAC Club/Too Faced Label Whore dupe which is (conveniently) included in the new Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Collection 8-pan palettes. I (the Queen of Hoarding All Limited Edition-items) want the palette to complete my collection.
I am only missing the Sugar Plum Fairy palette now! :D
After much rambling, I shall shower this post with (comparative) swatches of Too Faced Label Whore and Wet N Wild's supposed dupe :)
                          Left Side(s): Too Faced Label Whore, Right Side(s): The Dupe

(Click swatches to enlarge!)

Lastly, the palettes altogether!

Excuse the last photo as I'm just showing off!

About the swatches - you can tell Too Faced Label Whore & "The Dupe" are definitely similar but not identical. Both appear to be twins in pan but swatch like sisters. I find that "The Dupe" is more red toned and Too Faced Label Whore leans on the greener side. Both share a brown base. Another note: Too Faced Label Whore is described as a metallic brown with blue iridescent. Like I said, I think Label Whore is greener than WnW's dupe but I do agree with the official description. I sometimes see the eyeshadow greener than blue or vice versa.
I will be back to do a comparison review with more swatches once I get my hands on the new Wet n Wild 8-Pans. Oh and once again, cheers to great friends!

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Hong Kong Haul

A few months ago I blogged about my parent's going away to Hong Kong for bit. Those few months ago, I promised to post the things I had my mom pick up for me while away in Asia. I'm lazy and I tend to procrastinate so this haul is being posted a little bit later than I had planned but better it's late than never, right? I made a list and checked it twice but somehow my mom managed to buy me more than I had asked for.
Prepare yourselves! Time for collages & picture bombing:

Black pumps, Fujifilm Instax Mini 25 + Winnie the Pooh & Mickey Mouse & Friends film.

Top Left-&-Right:
Shu Uemura Cleansing Beauty Oil Premium A/O Advanced Formula
Bottom Left-to-Right:
Shu Uemura Abracadabra Fantasy Cleansing Oil (LE), CURE Natural Aqua Gel, Hada Labo Tamagohada AHA + BHA Face Wash, Super Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Face Wash, SHA Lotion, SHA Hydrating Cream, Nexcare Acne Dressing (Acne Patches)

Top Left-&-Right/Bottom Left:
Canmake Gokunobi mascara, Cream Cheek(s), Cheek Gradation, UV White Clear Soft Touch Foundation, Gokibuto mascara, (circle of) Cream Cheek(s)
Bottom Right:
Koji Dolly Wink Liquid Eyeliner, Kiss Me Heroine Make Smooth Liquid Liner and mascaras

It looks like a lot and I'll admit it is quite a lot.
I never asked for killer black pumps but my mom is just so sweet. My mom really loves shoes, heels and boots. However, she finds herself too old to be flaunting flashy footwear. Thus, she likes to pamper my feet with killer footwear. The Nexcare Acne Dressing is actually my mom's but I use them too. I would have never known about these unless my mom had bought them. I swear, acne patches are incredible and I highly recommend everyone to try them!
Another sweet but oh-so-silly things she did: randomly bought the Shu Uemura Cleansing Beauty Oil (green) and all of the Canmake Cream Cheeks (highlighter/bronzer/blushers). My mom (for some crazy reason) bought every color there was when I only asked for two colors. I'm really happy to have all of them but a few of the shades are too vibrant for my taste *___*.

Good news is that the Canmake Cheek Gradation and foundation were freebies.

Everything else was entirely asked for. I'll definitely do individual reviews but it will be awhile until I can actually do them. I don't want to open everything all at once or it'll go bad... all at once. Nothing left to say so... hope you enjoyed this belated haul from across the seas! If you have any questions, ask in the comments!

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Versatile Blogger Award

Almos two weeks ago, Steph tagged me for the Versatile Blogger Award.
The Versatile Blogger Award happens to be my first Blogger award/tag. You could only imagine how happy I am. It seems a little silly how I'm so flustered over a Blogger award but it's the little things that make me smile!
A very big thank you goes out to

About the Versatile Blogger Award - I have no idea who made it or started it but it's a very simple award. I suppose it's for Versatile Bloggers - those who blog about countless things instead of a particular subject.
The Rules and Guidelines contradict each other, take a look:

The Rules:
Share the link to the person who gave you the award.

Choose 3-5 blogs you would like to give the award to and link them as well.
Leave a message on their blog to let them know.

Thank the person who gave you the award and link back to them in your post!
Tell us 7 things about yourself.
Award 10 other bloggers.
Contact these bloggers.

I italicized the repetitions - see what I mean? *Confused* but I won't fuss about it any further.
I've chosen 5 Bloggers to award instead of 3 or 10. I think 5 is a good number per tag, yeah? A lot of us tag the same people but I want the award to spread around instead of going in a circle.

The Bloggers I'm tagging:
Maquilagem Masstige  (Welcome back!)
Shop N' Chomp
of Beauty Reflections
Shela of Confessions of a Beauty Guru
of A Haute Passion

7 Things About Me:
1) I'm a bit of a traveller but not of late. Places I've been to: France, England, Italy, Japan, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Mexico, Las Vegas, California, Seattle, Oregon, Hawaii. I would gladly go back to all those destinations and more!
2) I"m definitely an animal person! I've had two bunnies before. Now I have three dogs - the first pup was bought from a breeder and two were adopted.

3) I'm have a huuuuge appetite and you can tell because I'm always hungry. I need to eat at least once every 1-2 hours. Funny story: one of my nicknames used to be, "Seafood King" because I could eat two whole crabs alone, in one sitting. I still can but a girl needs to eat her vegetables too!
4) While on the subject of nicknames; I had a lot growing up. Let me name a few: "Ash the Bash", "Blue Bum" and "Dumbo". Each has a story of their own but I rather not get into it.. it's quite embarassing :$
5) I still have trouble telling time. I don't rely heavily on digital clocks but I prefer them over the traditional one's.
6) I used to hate country and rap music but Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj changed it all. Taylor is just soooo cute and a much better role model than those Disney kids which will be left uunamed. Though, I have trouble understanding Nicki's lyrics. What ever, I still think she's cool!
7) I happen to play MMORPG's (Massive Multi-Player Online Role Playing Game). I'm in no way a "girl gamer". I just dabble in Maplestory and Gunbound. NO, I am not too old to be playing these games! They're so darn cute<3

Annnd that's it. I'm quite the boring person aren't I?? Hope you enjoyed getting to know me! Now go check out the Blogger's I tagged >:)


Saturday, February 12, 2011

Spotted: ELF 32 Piece Eyeshadow Collection

On a very fortunate visit to Zellers two weeks ago I found ONE Wet n Wild (limited edition) Pixie Holiday palette in Golden Goddess. A few days later, I trekked to three other Zellers in hopes that I would find the palettes in Night Elf and Sugar Plum Fairy. As luck would(n't) have it, I found Snow Sprite instead. My efforts have been wasted and time was lost.. lots of time.
On a brighter note: my theory that Zellers in B.C. was not selling this limited edition collection was wrong seeing as how I found Golden Goddess and Snow Sprite... I'm seriously curious as to why I didn't see this collection from October to December. Make-up junkies of B.C. must be quicker than I am. . . Anyhow, let's get on with this Spotted post!

As most of you know, Zellers is the only store that officially sells e.l.f. cosmetics. Canadians can also find certain e.l.f. products at Winners but the selection varies from store to store. (Forever 21 also sells repackaged/relabeled e.l.f. products but again, selection varies from store to store. If you check online, Forever 21 only sells certain relabeled e.l.f. items.)

During my fourth (and last) trek to Zellers I found the e.l.f. Studio Endless Eyes Pro Mini Eyeshadow Palette:

Around the 32-piece eyeshadow palette are e.l.f. Beauty Book's which retail for $9.99. Many of you have seen these and know the price is twice the price as compared to online. I think Zellers now carries all editions of the Beauty Books and a few Beauty Encylopedia's. Don't quote me on this as my memory is hazy.
F.Y.I - The 32-piece eyeshadow palette is currently half off ($5) on e.l.f.'s website which means the price at Zellers is on par with the website.

Another interesting find from Zellers is the Conair 3-in-1 Soy Body Lotion Candle. My secret cam shot came out blurry so I Google'd the product:
I could only find a description and picture of the product on Conair's Canadian website so I'm not sure if this is sold all across North America.
The actual product is as candle, a lotion and massage oil; 3-in-1. The candle wax is actually soft and moldable. Simply dip and dig your fingers into the candle and massage to areas you want to lotion. Light it up and there's your candle. The melted candle is your massage oil!
I've smelled all of 6 of the candles and I must say, they smell good. The price is $6.79CAD before taxes so if you're interested in trying these new candle's by Conair, certain Zellers carry them.
Note: I have only seen the Conair 3-in-1 Soy Body Lotion Candle at 2 out of 4 locations.
I only found two new products but this Spotted post was a bit of read, sorry! I just wanted to talk a bit of my un-destiny with make-up *coughwetnwildcough*. Hope everyone has a safe weekend!


Friday, February 11, 2011

Almay One Coat Dial Up Mascara - Review

This review is brought to you by yet another crappy product that I absolutely abhor. I can't include photos of the products in action because my "eye shots" are more like "what the h*ll is that?" shots. You can atleast feel free to call me Negative Nelly! Don't worry, these angry reviews won't last long as this is just a phase. I will review usable products in the future!

The new mascara trend is dial up mascaras which have two-to-three different dials. Usually, the first dial (or level, if you prefer) delivers a natural lash look and the following two dials create volume and drama. Since Rimmel tests on animals, I'm not allowed to try the Rimmel 1-2-3 Looks Mascara. MAC also makes a two(?) dial mascara but who wants to pay $15+ for eye make-up that lasts no more than three months?
Luckily, Revlon and Almay has their own dial up mascara but there is no word on whether or not they test on animals. It's odd how Revlon and Almay come off as animal-friendly brands but I rarely see the cute bunny sign on their packaging...Annnnywho, Almay mascaras costs no more than $10. Infact, I paid $6.49CAD (not including taxes) for my Almay One Coat Dial Up mascara and includes a BONUS eyeliner. But more talk about the products later and real information, now.

Let's see what Almay has to say:

Adjustable dial allows you to take your lashes from full to fuller to fullest, providing the customized look you want in just one coat. Molded brush separates and defines every lash while quick building volumizing formula applies evenly and easily.

Clump free.
Hypoallergenic. Ophthalmologist tested.

Brands that fall short of their claims... *sigh*Wait! Let me brighten this review up by first listing the +positive+ aspects of the mascara.
The Almay wand reminds me of the Maybelline Define-A-Lash wand but this one has many smaller, thinner bristles. Doesn't poke the eyes and catches the lashes well but can get clumpy if there is too much mascara on the wand and in between bristles. Best to roll the wand on tissue to remove excess mascara!
I chose Blackest Black on accident but it is indeed the blackest black. I'd say it's on par with eyeliner black. You know what I'm talking about right? Dark and dramatic - hardcore black. That's all the good I have to say about this mascara. Time for the beat down!
I'll ease in with the basics: The mascara flakes and smudges quickly. Definitely not waterproof but the mascara doesn't claim to be.
The Almay One Coat Dial Up mascara sports three different dials. The first dial is "full" - I assume it means "full" lash look and the second is "fuller". This brings us the last dial. Can you guess what it is? Was your guess, "fullest"? Bingo.
The dials are useless and even more useless now since the dial broke. I can twist the dial but it won't turn to 1, 2, or 3 and stop to click - it'll just keep turning in circles.
I saw no full to fuller to fullest volume during each dial before the dial broke anyhow. I didn't see any volume or fullness whatsoever. I'd say the mascara is more of a lengthening mascara. Length is useful but not for a mascara that promises fullness, right?
From first coat, I see bittyness. Bittyness is not clumping; it is bits or balls of mascara that catch onto the middle of the lashes and stay there. Combing the bits out is harder than separating clumps, seriously. The mascara would work if the bits attached onto the roots of my lashes - creating the illusion of fullness.

Not a good mascara, not recommendable, not worth the money. That's all there was to it really. Sorry for the disappointing read but hopefully something great inspires a decent review.

Until next time,

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Avène Redness Relief Soothing Cream (SPF 25) - Review

I'm a little behind in reviews but I couldn't wait any longer to write this one.
Today's review is on the Avène Redness Relief Soothing Cream. I haven't hated a product this much to want to review it but here I go!

Avène says:
Light green cream neutralizes and helps minimize the appearance of redness while improving microcirculation and providing broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection

- Helps minimize the appearance of swelling
- Helps reduce the appearance of redness
- Improves overall vein health
- Clinically proven to reduce the amount of recurrences of flushing and blushing
- Broad spectrum SPF25 protects skin and helps prevent future redness
- Avène Thermal Spring Water to soothe and soften the skin
- Hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic

Basically, this cream is for redness-prone skin. A few examples Avène provides:
- Intermittent redness (Flushes)
- Persistent redness (Rosacea)

- Dilated, enlarged blood vessels
- Bumps or pimples
- Burning, stinging, flushing

Like with any sunscreen or cream with SPF, apply generously onto thoroughly cleansed skin and 15 minutes prior to sun exposure!

I love the idea of cream or moisturizer that neutralizes the redness in my skin. However, Avène's "light green" is far too light to do neutralize or conceal anything. It's so light in color that I feel as if I'm imagining the green in the cream. I am still as red as before I applied the cream.
I'm constantly trying to reduce the redness around my nose, on pimples and cheeks but nothing seems to work. I have thin facial skin (got it from my mama) and years of hot towel abuse caused broken capillaries on the cheeks. Don't worry though, my case is very very mild and the capillaries are extremely tiny but altogether, I constantly look like I'm blushing. Or perhaps I look like I've applied my blush all splotchy. I don't even bother concealing the mess anymore. All I want is to heal my skin in some sense. I expected my "vein health" to improve but I've not experience this whatsoever. I always have atleast one tiny flare up and this cream does not minimize the appearance of swelling either.
Of course the SPF prevents future redness but I expect a minimum SPF of 30 for real protection. I do not want to be settling with SPF25 during the summer. During the winter, maybe. But wait, wait, wait! This cream offers preventative measures while claiming to cure the present issues. However, we already know this cream fails at helping and reducing redness now so why expect for a better future?
Other bad news - this formula sucks.
Reminder: I have dry skin and the occasional dry patches.
This cream doesn't cause breakouts or further sensitivities but even the smallest dot of product makes me look greasier than melted butter. If those who suffer from dry skin turn into greaseballs after using this cream, what makes you think anyone with oily skin is capable of handling this formula??
My best comment comment is that the scent is.. average; Avène's signature scent(?). Not floral, not fruity. Maybe even soothing - not strong at all, quite light! The cream comes housed in a tube; good for hygiene freaks and good at maintaining the potency of the ingredients!! As for the ingredients, I only found ingredients Avène specialize in and my gift set didn't include a list of ingredients. Oh well, you can deal with this:
Avène Thermal Spring Water (45%)
- Soothes, softens, calms and cools
Dextran sulfate (0.3%)
- Helps minimize the appearance of swelling
Ruscus extract (0.2%)
- Improves overall vein health
Hesperidin methyl chalcone (0.2%)
- Helps reduce the appearance of redness
Titanium dioxide, Octinoxate, Octocrylene
- Provides broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection

If I wasn't clear before, I do not recommend this cream at all. My best advice is to find a separate sunscreen and moisturizer/cream and use them in conjuction of each other.
On the other hand, I'd certainly recommend Avène's Thermal Spring Water. I've tried the Evian mist and it does not compare to how well Avène works. I know they're essentially both water in spray cans but Avène really helps sooth redness and calm any burning or stinging skin!                    
Much Love
(just not in the review),

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Spotted: Great Deal @ Superstore

Another short & quick "Spotted" post for my Canadian readers!
Passed by Superstore after dinner and picked up two Joe Fresh cosmetic products - both from the Holiday 2010 collection.

From L-to-R: Joe Fresh 5 Must Have Brushes; $9.50 (down from $19) and Nail Set of 3; $5.00 (down from $10).

Both of these sets are currently on "quick sale" for 50% off ontop of their sale price which means they're actually $4.75 and $2.50! Remember, the sets have to have the pink 50% off sticker in order for the discount to work and TELL YOUR CASHIER TO APPLY THE DISCOUNT. Cashiers usually don't check for the pink sticker and scan the item as is but these items are reduced for clearance!
Joe Fresh 5 Minute Holiday Face Palette(?) is reduced to $9.50. No pink 50% off sticker so I didn't grab that. Maybe next time!

Quality of the Products:
I haven't washed the brushes yet but they feel soft but not teddy bear soft. It has that "one hair is hard and scratch but the rest is A-OK". The Blush brush, Large Eye Shadow brush and Crease Brush pick up powder products well but I have yet to try t he Eyeliner brush or Concealer brush.
Definitely worth the buy if you haven't tried Joe Fresh cosmetic brushes before. I mean, it only comes out to be like a dollar per brush!

The nail set contains Joe Fresh nail polish in Onyx, Steel and Beet. I've tried them all already and the formula is good in Onyx and Steel. Beet requires three coats for perfect opacity. I can still see a little bit of my nail bed with two coats of Beet even though the color is so dark?! :\
Steel is opaque in ONE coat but applies thick (do not mistake thick for goopy!). Onyx requires two coats and it's a solid steel grey/black - best if you don't want straight black nails!

Really short but I hope everyone else spots these deals at their local Superstore!

Ashley :)

Friday, February 4, 2011

Spotted: Maybelline Fit, New EcoTools Brushes, New Revlon Super Lustrous Lipglosses

Last night's trip to London Drugs and Zellers was uber successful.
Before making my way back to the car, I passed by Zellers and bought the LAST Wet n Wild Pixie Holiday palette in Golden Goddess. I've been to this particular Zellers atleast 3 times since November and never found a trace of the WnW Pixie Holiday collection. I suspect someone had bought it at another Zellers and returned it at the one I went visited. I am so flipping happy but now I really want the other two (Sugar Plum and Night Elf) to complete the collection!

Editted pm February 6th:
A closer look at the EcoTools brushes. You can tell the retractable foundation brush is a round head and not flat because the ferrule is round. Ta-da!

Editted on February 5th:
I forgot about Maybelline Fit spottings... I've spotted displays at Shoppers Drug Mart, Wal-Mart and London Drugs. It's official, Maybelline Fit is AVAILABLE in Canada!

Other important news, I spotted a few great things at London Drugs.
Here we have the NEW EcoTools brushes:

Pink arrows indicate the new ones.
The brush for $9.99 is the new Retractable Foundation brush. Sorry, I couldn't take a direct photo of it but it's not a traditional "paint" brush (flat) but instead, this one round and tapered. I've checked the MAC, Sephora, and Sigma website but I can't find a brush like the EcoTools one. I need to get it!
The brush for $14.99 is the Finishing Kabuki Brush. Everyone needs to buy this one! It features the same stippling brush head as the Finishing Brush in the Alicia Silverstone brush kits but has a short handle - hence why it is called the kabuki brush now.

I've also checked the Paris Presents website and the new brushes aren't even listed online!
Do look out for these brushes! I guarantee they are nothing like you've ever seen before in drugstores!

Lise Watier make-up brushes are also on sale at London Drugs. Each one is repriced for sale. Still quite expensive in drugstore standards but perhaps worth the look? I've never tried Lise Watier brushes so I can't claim for sure.

Second best spotting:

Peach Petal, Coral Reef, Firecracker, and Pink Pop are now featured in the PERMANENT display of Revlon Super Lustrous Lipglosses. FINALLY<3
I can't wait until Superstore and Wal-Mart update their display... They always have Revlon lip products on sale for $4.99 ;)
Rexall also has the updated Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss display. From Feb 4 to the 11th, Rexall has lip care/stick/gloss for 30% off so if you want to get the new PERMANENT Super Lustrous lip shades, now is better deal than none. Revlon Super Lustrous Lipglosses go for $8.99 regularly at Rexall so it comes out to be $6.xx before taxes during this sale.
Edit: Rexall has a $5 off $25 purchases coupon available until March 31, 2011 aswell!

I'm aware I didn't spot too much but I'm so satisfied. I now know I can buy the Revlon lipglosses anytime in shades that excite me and EcoTools brushes that are extraordinary!
Keep an eye out at drugstores/grocery stores if you're interested in the things you saw in this post. I can't wait to see what other treasures I'll find :)



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