MAC New Accessories for Fall 2012 – Info & Photos

Hello sweeties!

MAC Cosmetics has recently launched a collection including only new accessories.

For fine finishes and pro-style detail, four tools expertly designed to be your new staples: the double-ended Duo Lash Comb/Brow Brush, disposable Cheek and Eye Applicators and the ultra-precise Softpoint Sponge Applicator.

Availability

U.S. Launch Date – now @maccosmetics.com

International Launch Date – September 2012

Check out the new products right after the jump. Continue Reading

Illamasqua New Brush Range for Fall 2012 – Info, Photos & Prices

Hello beauties!

If back in July I was announcing the launching of a Illamasqua New Brush Range ( sneak peek post) for fall 2012, now I’m happy to let you know they’ve become available. They even have a special offer during the month of August…buy any 3 brushes and get the cheapest brush half price.

Introducing the new Illamasqua Brush Range featuring four brand new brushes. The entire range is ideal for professional Make-up Artists and make-up enthusiasts alike.

Availability

Now @illamasqua.com and Illamasqua’s counters

Meet the entire collection right after the jump. Continue Reading

Illamasqua New Brush Collection for Fall 2012 – Preview

Hello beauties!

A new and improved Illamasqua Brush Range will be arriving @illamasqua.com and UK stores soon. With new styles, including a Retractable Lip Brush, Contour Brush and Angled Brush, as well as new stock of your existing favourite Illamasqua brushes, all are hypoallergenic, with super-soft synthetic hairs for a professional finish.

I will be updating this post once the brushes become available but if you have an account on illamasqua.com you will be notified automatically. 🙂

Urban Decay Good Karma Brushes for Fall 2010

Hi everyone,

Fresh info about Urban Decay new products for fall 2010 are keep coming and since I’ve got a lot of photos I will post a few articles with all the goodies that are already available.

You know I’ve been posting about Naked Palette, Vegan Palette and Lip Junkie Lip Gloss but these are not all the items included in UD makeup collection for fall 2010.

Urban Decay’s Good Karma Brushes are high performance, artist-quality, cruelty free, vegan, and eco-friendly! Each brush come encased in a magnetic box fashioned out of recycled egg cartons, and embossed with the Urban Decay logo in purple foil. The super-soft synthetic brush hair (doesn’t hold on to stinky bacteria the way porous animal hair does…gross) is made from recycled PET bottles, and the sleek gunmetal brush handles are recycled aluminum. Tell your Birkenstock wearing, granola eating, non-carbon footprint leaving boyfriend to put that in his pipe and smoke it!

Finally, a brush line with actual names rather than numbers tells you which brush to use for what/where! Whether you are a make-up novice or junkie, there is a Good Karma Brush to suit any and every beauty need. Scoop up each one, and feel good any time you make a withdrawal from your karma account.

Availability

Urban Decay Good Karma Brushes (SRP $ 20.00 – 39.00) are available at Macy’s and ULTA, or online at macys.com, ulta.com, beauty.com and urbandecay.com.

After the jump read the info for each brush and check out close-up photos. Continue Reading

Master of Beauty Tools:Rouge Bunny Rouge New Brushes for 2010

To achieve a perfect makeup look you need to have the right beauty tools and that’s why Rouge Bunny Rouge brings a new collection of brushes for 2010. Master of Beauty Tools are already available @Rouge Bunny Rouge website.

The kaleidoscope of colors offered within the RBR collection gives you free rein to create whatever looks wherever your imagination takes you: whether naked beauty or sophisticated screen siren; groomed to perfection or carefree bohemian.

Your perfect look can be created with the help of our range of brushes, each created to make application as quick and simple as possible. Every brush is a tool designed for specific product; the fibers and brush shape will help you gain a professional result with confidence. Like a real artist, your make-up will be perfect with just a few brush strokes.

Now you can experiment with products that you were scared to use before because they seemed too hard to apply. Listen to your feelings and create the look that you are dreaming of. Draw like you’re using watercolours or gouache, using broad strokes or deft touches. The tender touch of the brushes will evoke wonderful feelings and reveries and make application a truly pleasurable experience.

How to clean RBR brushes

Brushes absorb sebum and products residue, so after some time, the fibres start to stick together. RBR visagists recommend that you wash our real-hair-brushes with shampoo regularly, but now with soap. This way they will remain soft and thick. Use a paper napkin to remove the excess water. To dry brushes, place them in a horizontal position on a dry surface.

After the jump you can read a detailed description of each of the fourteen (14) brushes included in this collection as well as close-up photos. Continue Reading