I hope you’re off to a good start in the new year so far! There’s no snow except the icy stuff that’s been hanging around for about 10 days on my lawn, so no complaints from me.
What are you up to this weekend? We’re planning to go to a movie and try out the new authentic Szechuan restaurant in the next town that’s getting raves. I love me some spicy food!
Here are this past week’s posts from the Beauty Spotlight Team. There’s a nice variety of articles this week from beauty resolutions (there’s lots of great advice in there), to 2015 greatest hits, to best products for brows and lashes, reviews of hot new products from favorite brands, options for how to incorporate Pantone’s new colors of 2016, and of course, my Shiseido IBUKI Eye Correcting Cream giveaway if you haven’t entered already. Enjoy!
Top 20 Beauty Resolutions to Live By in 2016 that Lola’s Secret Beauty Blog recommends for a happy and healthy year in beauty.
Beauty Info Zone shares some must haves for your eyebrows and eyelashes. How many of these would be must haves for you?
The 2016 Colors-of-the-Year are Serenity and Rose Quartz. Pammy Blogs Beauty shares a few makeup options in these gorgeous hues!
Prime Beauty strolls down memory lane to tell us about her about the favorite new brands she discovered in 2015!
Becca Backlight Primer Filter is a makeup game changer for Justina’s Gems. Read her review and see her before and after.
Thanks to Champagne Pop Brooke from Blushing Noir has found a renewed love for BECCA Cosmetics. Check out her latest haul!
Christa from Perilously Pale gives us a sneak peek review and swatches of the Too Faced Peanut Butter and Jelly Palette that is coming exclusively to Ulta in April 2016!
Allison from Never Say Die Beauty loves Shiseido’s IBUKI Eye Correcting Cream and is hosting a giveaway of the Eye Correcting Cream and a gorgeous metallic quilted fabric makeup bag on her blog!
You need to see the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Makeup Collection from Phyrra. The Blush palette is a must!
15 Minute Beauty recently spent way more than she ever thought possible on a Splurge Foundation, was it really worth it?