Wednesday, March 31, 2010

End of the Month Lemmings, March

Wow, that month went by fast.  Finally got some sun (YAY!).  Hope we have no more flooding in April.

This months lemmings!

1) Reebok EasyTone

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My primary form of exercise is walking/hiking (I live on a very steep hill), and my walking shoes are finally starting to die on me.  These shoes claim to feel like walking on sand, causing your muscles to compensate for the instability that that entails.  More muscle engagement during the same amount of time doing the same exercise?  Sounds good to me.  A little pricey at 100-110, depending on the style, but they should last me a decent amount of time.

2) Dior 'Addict' Ultra-Gloss Reflect Backups

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I have heard word that this gloss is being discontinued to make way for a new formulation.  While I can't say if this news is 100% correct, I do know that is already not carrying some of the colors, including my favorite, so there might be something to this story.  Unfortunately, my favorite gloss is in this line, so I need to stoke up on at least a couple to last me through the summer until I find a replacement favorite.

3) Guerlain Terracotta Loose Powder Kohl  - Mirage

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This is the newest color from Guerlain for their Terracotta Loose Powder Kohl, and it seems to look a lot like the Oriental Metal that I missed out on.  I find the black to be a little harsh, so having another color that I can wear during the day sounds great to me.  It is currently available on Nordstrom, but the swatch online is total crap, like usual, hehe.

4) Freeman Feeling Beautiful Facial Enzyme Mask, Pineapple

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This mask claims "Pineapple extract and AHAs exfoliate, Restores radiant skin, Contains natural ingredients," all things that sounds really good.  It also smells like pineapple, which is like saying something smells like chocolate or mint... I'm all over it.  Being cheap at only $4 for a 6 fl oz bottle, this is also a mask that you don't have to feel bad using up quickly.  I can't wait until I use up my current masks to give this one a try.

5) Bonne Bell Glimmer Bronze Highlighting Dust, Gold'n Glitz

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I have no loose powder bronzer.  Sad, but true.  I also have no highlighting/shimmery bronzer that I can just dust lightly over my face.  This bronzer would cover both of those needs, and at only $4, it won't break the bank, unlike NARS.  The only problem is that no one in my area carries Bonne Bell anymore (which is really sad, because I grew up buying from this brand).  This one is going to have to wait until my next purchase.

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