So let's get this show on the road! ^_^
1) Guerlain 'Cherry Blossom Blush Éclat' Compact
image from nordstrom.com
This I actually already bought, but am lemming its arrival. Yes, you heard me right, Nordstrom.com actually got this online earlier this week, even though it is not supposed to come out until the middle of January. The original reasons for the lemming are these: a) I love cherry blossoms/sakura, b) I love the design, c) After seeing swatches of this online, I fell in love with the color (the overspray goes away, but underneath is pink and peach, both colors that go well with my skin). It might be expensive, but I had to have it, so this was a self Holiday gift.
image from nordstrom.com
Yet another expensive item. I want this in Dragon, which also happens to be the popular shade... I swear, I wasn't trying to follow a trend. I have heard a lot of people talk about the wear on these being exquisite, and as someone who hates to reapply, I thought I should get one. Red does look good on me (even my husband likes it on me, though he doesn't like admitting it, since he hates makeup), so Dragon was my choice. This actually got bumped for the above Guerlain blush, so while I'm sad that I didn't get it, I'm okay.
image from fyrinnae.com
Make-up Sex is described as "Black-based teal hue (or is is green? Hard to tell) which changes from pink to purple to blue to green." Teal? Oh yeah. I love teal. Fryinnae says that "These eyeliners are water-resistant, smudgeable while wet, and long-lasting. They were designed for use on the waterline, and may not work well used as a conventional liquid eyeliner." Okay, I'm sold, a teal that isn't a pencil for my waterline.
4) Shiseido Tsubaki Shining Shampoo and Conditioner
image from shiseido.co.jp
I have dry, thin strand, but a lot of it, hair. Tsubaki is the Japanese word for Camellia oil, a traditional oil used for both skincare and haircare, and one of the oils that can make a high-lathering soup. Camellia oil is also the closest oil to human skin oil, so it absorbs quickly, instead of just sitting there on top of your skin/hair. I think my hair would enjoy this.
image from sephora.com
I'm sure all of you have heard of this one, and probably own it yourself, but that doesn't stop the lemming, oh no it doesn't. So far my gel liner collection consists of two; a black (I think, I haven't used it, and it was a gift), and a deep chocolate mauve with slight shimmer. Both of them are from Bobbi Brown, so it would be nice to have a different brand to try. The kitten one is a nice addition, since it can also double as a eyeshadow.
So what are you lemmings ^_^?