Urban Decay listens to their customers – which is why they recently debuted a new wand for their .
Many customers complained that the old applicator couldn’t reach all of the goodness inside, and much of the primer went to waste. Some women took their frustrations out on the bottle itself, sawing it in half to get their money’s worth.
As you can see, Urban Decay tweaked the applicator – creating a little bend at the end which will (hopefully) make it easier to coax the genie out of the bottle.
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion is sold at Sephora and .
This week, Spoiled Pretty is partnering with Logics Color DNA System and Proactiv for two amazing giveaways. But after receiving a handful of enthusiastic emails about my ZannClip review, I felt compelled to throw a third contest into the mix. So three readers will win a ZannClip of their very own – in their choice of size and color!
To enter, send an email to email@example.com. Be sure to include your full name and mailing address. The subject line should read “ZannClip Giveaway.” The contest ends at midnight (EST) on Wednesday, April 22nd. Three winners will be chosen at random from among the entrants. On Thursday, April 23rd, I’ll announce the winners’ names. Please, only one entry per person; duplicate entries will not increase your chances of winning. Contest is open to U.S. and Canadian residents only.
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Want to have the best accessory around? Thanks to Ed Hardy, it’s in the bag. French designer Christian Audigier has made many a celebrity happy with his colorful, tattoo-inspired line, Ed Hardy. Now you can sport Ed Hardy’s “street couture” look with satchels, totes, carry-ons, clutches, and hobos that exude the rebellious attitude of rock and roll fashion. Simply put, Ed Hardy bags are the bolder shoulder candy.
Ed Hardy was created in 1994 to honor famed tattoo artist Don Ed Hardy, known as “the godfather of the modern tattoo” for his defiant designs that incorporate skulls, daggers, roses, hearts, and Chinese symbols. The lifestyle brand has been seen on style icons ranging from Madonna to Bill Clinton. With an Ed Hardy bag on your arm, you will come to know the power of the purse.
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I’m going to be perfectly honest. This coral-inspired Hidden Treasure Brush Set by Sonia Kashuk is so damn pretty that I wouldn’t care if the brushes weren’t very good. Not that they’re bad. Actually, I really don’t know because I haven’t bought them yet. But for just $19.99, I intend to find out.
The sparkly coral handles just beg to be displayed. These brushes would look so chic splayed out on the vanity in a beach house bedroom. Right? Much classier than the nautical bric-à-brac nonsense that typically clutters vacation home counters.