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Saks Fifth Avenue Haul

I made a wish list last September of all the things I was lusting after for the longest. When I decided to start the Make Out 2014 challenge I figured it'd make more sense to restrict that to new releases. I couldn't possibly ignore these beautiful things that I've wanted for forever. Right?

Many many thanks to T.E.A.M Imports for making this possible :)

The Mother Load



08 'Ebony'

The insert says that these four powders are matte but the two on the left have small gold particles in them. From the swatches it doesn't appear to transfer to the skin. This product is heavily scented. 



'Savage' and 'Flush'


*cue celestial music* I finally have a Tom Ford blush. Let's just take a moment.

I shot these without flash but I don't know why 'Flush' is showing up so pink. It's more coral with a golden sheen. 




28 'Rouge Fatal' and  07 'Paradiso'

I had a really hard time deciding which lipstick to get from the permanent range. I finally decided on a red, can't go wrong with that. 'Paradiso' is from his new Spring 2014 line. 




'Suede' blended out

YouTube vlogger Destiny Godley raves about this concealer, so you know I had to add this to my concealer quest

You'll see a whole lot more information about the YSL Touche Eclat Radiant Touch highlighter pen in my very next post.

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