It’s has been a great adventurous weekend. I didn’t do anything special, but I did make a trip to Target down the street from where I work. I have been seeing all of these new drugstore products on YouTube, and been looking for them on my side of town with very minimal luck. The stores either didn’t have them yet or had a few. I knew that in the area where I work would have all of them, so Target I went. And sure enough, there they were ready to be bought and played with. Let me tell you, I have NEVER bought this much drugstore makeup in one trip, I was in disbelief how much I had spent when I saw the total. But let me tell you, it was like being a kid in a candy store, you see all the pretty makeup, and you just want all.
The great thing about all the products I am going to show you, is that it is ALL drugstore, its affordable, and best of all, according to my research, all of this permanent, which means for all of us addicts, it is nothing something you have to go out and rush to buy. So you have plenty of time to do your research, read reviews, and then decide which products are worth trying and right for you.
One last thing before I get to the haul, I am testing out a vast majority of these products this week. I will have my camera charged and ready to snap photos of looks that I create, so if your nothing following on instagram and twitter, I will be posting pictures there as well as in the next 2 weeks with those reviews. So a lot to expect.
So….. NOW on the HAUL!!!!
So, the easiest way to go about this is to break them down into brands, and lets start with……
Maybelline has started to become one of my favorite drugstore makeup brands. I plan to branch out and buy more of their products such as eyeshadows. Anyway. I bought a few for their lipsticks and 2 eye products…..
Maybelline Vivids Lipstick: these are highly hyped, neon lipsticks. I mean, N-E-O-N. I found these at Walmart near where I lived and these where pretty much what where left.
Maybelline Color Whisper: Balm/ Lipstick type products
L- R: Lust for Blush; Berry Ready; A Plum Prospect ($5.99 ea)
Maybelline 24 Hr Color Tattoos: I only have 2 of the 5 new shades
Barely Branded and Inked in Pink ($5.99 ea)
They had some new eye palettes that are the shade of the eyelid, which I think are new, that I didn’t pick but probably will. I did pick up the glosses which I think people where most excited about. I will let you know up front, I will do a review on these but these are going back. Yeah….sooo
L-R: Eternally Nude; Lilac Ever After; Berry Persisent ($7.99 ea)
Nearly Naked Liquid Foundation: I am usually not someone that tries new foundations and concealers on a regularly basis. I usually stick to one or two. But I really wanted to try this, but I had to pick it up in the 2 darkest shades they offered, in Caramel and Cappuccino. ($7.49 ea)
I was really excited about all of these because, I haven’t heard most of these mentioned at all on other beauty blogs, YouTube, magazine ads, commercials, nothing. The first 3 products I have seen are….
Outlast Stay Brilliant Nail polish in Lav-endure (lavender) and Mint Mojito. ($4.99 ea)
Clump Crusher in Very Black (($6.99)
Queen Collection: This is what I was excited about that I never heard anything mention in the media. As I have stated above, I don’t usually buy different foundations, ad stick to one or two. Covergirl has come out with new foundations and pressed powder, gloss balm, along with other stuff.
All Day Flawless 3 in 1 Liquid Foundation in Warm Caramel ($9.79) and lasting matte pressed powder in Golden ($4.99)
Jumbo Gloss Balm: R-L: Almond Butter; Radiant Rose; Juicy Jam and Soaked in Wine ($6.99 ea)
Ok beauties, that’s it for this haul. Keep checking back for reviews on these products. And make sure to follow me on twitter and Instagram for updates and photos, just go to the social connections on the top right of the page!
Until next time, see ya later!!!
FTC Disclaimer: All products mentioned in this post were purchased by me with my own hard earned money, except for the Barely Branded color tattoo (Thanks Mom!). I am NOT being paid, sponsored, nor affiliated with any companies mentioned in this post. All opinions are my own.