Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Glitz and Glam Part 2: Buxom Stay-There Shadow in Pug

Get your puppies! Only $17! Get your puppies!

Makeup puppies, that is. Puppies th will be there for you no matter what. Puppies that will stay by your side (or on your eyes) until the end. Puppies that you will unconditionally love for eternity.

Ladies and gentlemen, without further adieu, I present to you a litter of makeup puppies!

Buxom Stay-There Eyeshadows: a satisfying marriage of air-whipped texture and sensationally smooth color. The glimmering case of the Sephora Glitz and Glam Set (Now a mere $29.00 at Sephora) enveloped a certain smokey pewter/silver shade: Pug.

Pug is 7.

"This bounc-i-licious new eye color offers the ultimate experience with an unexpectedly plush, lightweight texture and vivid color. It leaps and bounds beyond what you've come to expect from eye color and better, yet, it's even waterproof. Named after our loyal four-legged friends, these stay-put shades will be your faithful new beauty companions as they comfort and care for your pretty peepers. The mineral-infused, paraben-free formula pampers delicate skin with soothing Aloe extract and Vitamin E—all with a non-greasy, long-wearing finish. Touch it. Pet it. Love it. Only at Sephora."

I do, in fact, enjoy petting my Buxom Pug.

All corny jokes aside, this shadow is simply a dream. It may not have the ability produce a bark, but it's long-lasting power, pigmentation, and smoothness are just a few of the delightful things this shadow/mousse hybrid CAN do.
Stay-There Eye Shadow Brush
What's the best way to apply such a mystical beauty product? Well, you could do what Buxom intended: use their Stay-There Eyeshadow Brush ($17.00, like the shadow) OR... you could use a clean fingertip. I also find that an angled liner brush distributes the product nicely. Any brush larger might destroy the top of the product (It makes sense if you have it.) I personally have been donning pug on my upper lashline and outer half of my lower lashline.

Enjoy petting your pugs, ladies!


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