I must admit that over the years I have probably neglected my skincare regime, but since hitting my 50's, I've have taken a renewed interest. I enjoy trying new products and find the process of applying creams, lotions and potions very relaxing.
I know I'm a bit late to the party with this palette, but I couldn't decide whether to get it or not and then I got a Sephora gift card, so I went for it. So, this is what I think of the Urban Decay Distortion palette.
Lots of people, young and old find that after only a few hours their eyeshadow has all but disappeared, or creased. There are many reasons for this. It could be the eyeshadow itself, it might be your eyelids are oily, or for those of us who are on the mature side, it might simply be that our eyelids are a little creased and therefore our eyeshadow follows suit.
There comes a time in every makeup lovers life, when you have to accept that you are coming to the end of one or more of your favorite products. I have reached that point with two of my most used eyeshadow palettes.
I recently purchased the Smashbox Photo Strip Eye Shadow Palette as part of my Sephora haul during the 20% discount event. This palette was one that I really wasn't sure I wanted. I loved the look of the shades but...
I think this is the latest I've ever received my Boxycharm, so I was eager to unbox it to see my goodies. This months theme is Spellbound, which baring in mind it's October and therefore Halloween, is I suppose appropriate.
I have been on the fence about this palette since first seeing previews of it a couple of months ago. Was it the palette for me, did I need these colours, was it worth the $82 CND/$62 USD? Well, I gave in and bought it and this is my review.
This month's Boxycharm was a little later than usual, but as the company is based in Miami and Hurricane Irma put Florida into a state of chaos, I can definitely forgive this. But it was worth the wait!