Friday, November 18, 2011


Many of you may already know of All Cosmetic Wholesale's website, but until just recently, I wasn't aware of such a website, or that even one existed. I heard of this website through the beauty community and YouTube, for being a discounted cosmetic retailer and for being very reputable. I decided to check it out and was very pleased with the website and it's products. I went ahead and made my 1st All Cosmetic Wholesale purchase and wanted to share with you what I picked up. Now I did purchase these items about 2 months ago, but nontheless I still wanted to mention them to you.
I picked up four products that I have been wanting to try from NARS, Laura Mercier, Too Faced, and Revlon.


NARS "Nico" Blush is a very light cream shade with very fine shimmer. This blush is so light, that it wouldn't show up, even for a swatch. However, I do enjoy using it layered on top of other blushes to give them a more dimensional coloring. NARS blushes retail for $28, but through this website, I paid $22.


Laura Mercier's "Starlight" is a Mineral Illuminating Powder, that is designed to provide sheer coverage and a radiant soft-focus effect that perfects any look by imparting a natural, healthy glow. This powder gives a pretty golden nude radiance to the face when applied all over or just as a highlight. I have been using this powder quite often and really do enjoy it. This mineral powder retails for $32, but on this website, I paid $16.

I have been wanting to try this Too Faced Primed & Poreless face primer for awhile and so I picked up this trial size to try. I have been using it almost every day and have really enjoyed the way my foundation looks layered on top of it. It does give a smooth canvas to work with and really does make my makeup last all day.


Ever since Revlon released this limited edition lipstick shade in "Fashion's Night Pout" I have been looking everywhere to pick one up. When I saw that All Cosmetics Wholesale had it on their website, I got really excited. I am a fan of nude lipsticks, and this color is right up my alley. Now above I have it swatched on my lips just for reference of how the color would look, however I would not wear this color alone. I would pair this lipstick with a lipliner and a lipgloss.

I know many of you makeup lovers would love this website, and if you haven't checked it out yet, you really should. Here's the link: CLICK HERE
I hope you enjoyed this post, let me know in the comments below, if you have purchased from this website and what your thoughts are.

Monday, November 14, 2011


Revlon released a new line of lip products that have caused quite a buzz lately in the beauty community. They are called "Revlon Colorburst Lip Butters" and they come in a array of shades and variety. Theres no doubt that this line has a shade for everyone. I love Revlon's lip products, so I knew i just had to try these, so I went to my local CVS and picked two up.
What caught my eye first, was the packaging. They are similar to the line of Revlon's Colorburst lipsticks, that have the quilted design. I love the clear sheer caps and how  they correspond to the shade inside.
I also love the see-through tops, for easy accessing the shade you want.
The tube itself is very sleek and well made. The tube twists up and down smoothly and even clicks in place, when twisted all the way back down. With the overall packaging and design of this product, I am, very impressed.
The two lip butters I choose, were "Sugar Frosting" and "Gumdrop".
Sugar Frosting is a very sheer muted pink shade. It does have some fine glitter to it, but when applied to the lips appears more as a shimmery sheen.
Even though this lip butter has fine glitter, it does apply very smoothly to the lips. The color is sheer, but it still leaves just the right amount of soft tint.
Gumdrop is a light lavendar shade and out of the two, it's defiantly my favorite. I absolutely love the color, it leaves the perfect lavendar tint to my lips.
This lip butter appears more glossy on the lips than the other, which I really do enjoy. And it does apply very smoothly, just as the other one did.
I am completely blown away with how moisturizing and hydrating both of these lip products are. I love my Korres lip butters, but in all honesty, these Revlon ones are equally as good, if not better. And for me these are way more convenient and sanitary for traveling purposes, since they are in a tube. I have heard that these will become a permanent line for Revlon and will be available almost anywhere, but for now I've only seen them at Walgreens and CVS stores near me.

I hope you find this post interesting and hope if you haven't tried these yet, that you will. They are awesome! If you have tried these, let me know below which are your favorite shades:)

Thursday, November 10, 2011

~Plum Seduction~

Fall is upon us and I have been really into the dark berry colors lately. I came across this color from Revlon and just had to pick it up.

The color is Revlon's "Plum Seduction" a gorgeous deep plum, berry red color.
The color is very flattering, and looks a bit deeper on the nails than it does in the bottle. But for me, I love the deeper colors for Fall and really all year long.

I hope you enjoyed this short nail post, and if you know of any other colors from Revlon's line I should try, please let me know:)