Sorry for this blog post being published a few hours later than usual. But it’s up now…woo hoo! Hope you’re all having a great weekend so far!
Lately I’ve been very good about limiting my purchases on beauty products, however this time, I splurged and did some retail therapy.
I didn’t go ballistic, but I plunked down a good amount of change. Also, all of the items were available at great prices, so it would be crazy not to snatch them up. 😉 Hehe, that’s how I’m justifying it…
I ended up with some makeup by Urban Decay, Prolana nail polish (which is a brand that’s new to me), and some Wet n Wild eye shadows.
Come take a closer look at the goodies! And if there’s a specific item that you’d like to see a review on first, please let me know in the comments, and I’ll see what I can do. 🙂
Wet n Wild Color Icon On Cloud Nine is one of the many Wet n Wild Color Icon eye-shadow trios that beauty lovers talked about since hitting the market. Not only do these shadows offer great pigmentation, but the price is right, Bob Barker!
In Canada, I think these are mainly available at Wal-Mart. In the States, there are a few drugstores where you can find them at.
Since I rarely shop at Wal-Mart, I probably wouldn’t have been able to try it out if not for my thoughtful friend, Carmela from Polished Indulgence! (Thank you!) We did a little swap of sorts quite some time ago, and it was a lot of fun! 🙂
You know, this is the first Wet n Wild product that I’ve used since high school. The brand really has come a long way since then.
Before, I used to buy their $0.99 eyeliners and nail polishes. They were okay, but nothing to write home about. (Although, there was this one dark blue polish I used to put silver glitter on top of, and it looked like a starry night sky. I loved it so much!)
Today, the brand boasts fantastic shadows that perform surprisingly well when compared to their pricier competitors.