So with everyone remaking everything right now, I'm starting to feel old. (Although I am excited about Fright Night and I'm not afraid to admit it. For real.) However, I am proud to say that I didn't jump on the Duran Duran bandwagon until 7 and The Ragged Tiger, so I officially missed the G.O.F. stage of Duran Duran. However, because I didn't grow up under a rock in the 80's, I still can't help but sing every time I think of this new Smashbox collection. And it makes me want to rewatch those music videos for hours. Have I ever told you that in elementary school I wrote and "published" The Stars Address Book, a magazine about celebs and music? I sold it to my faithful readers on the bus. It. Was. Awesome.
But I digress. Let's take a look at Smashbox's Girls on Film Collection. These photos and reviews are for a mix of products I've physically seen and some I'm still lusting after.
Girls on Film Cream Eyeliner and Travel Brush is available in Sepia, a beautiful brown with a golden pearl, or in Blacklight, which contains a blue pearl. I'm showing you the Sepia, where you can see the golden flecks laying under the surface of what looks like a basic brown.
Plus, it comes with a liner brush perfect for pushing pigment up against your lash line.
What collection is complete without a Lip Enhancing Gloss? This collection comes with two. Overexposed is a milky, baby pink and Underexposed is a rustic, darker pink.
Smashbox's glosses are Notorious for their long wear and glossy look. I like to pair Underexposed with their Nude liner for a really pretty, natural look.
Save A Prayer For Me! I may have found another perfect peachy-coral blush to add to my collection of favorites!
Girls on Film Blush Rush comes in two colors, Posh is a glorious nectar shade and Silhouette for people who aren't me. Technically, it's a taupe-y nude shade for contouring or or for lightly polished nude cheeks. Each blush comes with a mirror that slides out of the bottom.
Please, Please Tell Me Now* - what do you plan to pick up from this collection? All of Smashbox's products are good for the animals of Planet Earth, as none of them have been tested on animals. I've never understood what exactly the Union of the Snake is (What is it climbing, exactly? Where is the borderline?) or The Reflex, despite plainly telling me it's a lonely child waiting in the park, so I don't know how to fit them into an oddly worded review. Leave me a comment using other 80's lyrics and I'll try to guess the song without cheating!
*I know that is technically not the song title. But you know what I meant.
Products sent for review. Not tested on animals.
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