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To cap off a wonderfully relaxing weekend (mine consisted of sleeping in and taking multiple naps), here’s the latest in beauty launches from Urban Decay:
Anti-Aging Eye Primer Potion | $24
Just when I thought the Primer Potion family couldn’t possibly get any larger, they’ve added a new addition. This one touts anti-aging benefits along with the usual 24 hour, crease-free claim (I still use the original every day, so I can attest to its shadow-grabbing prowess). It comes in the updated squeeze tube for minimal product waste, and promises to diffuse light and blur flaws. As for the shade, it mimics the original with just a little extra pigment to smooth things over. It also promises to fight wrinkles, reduce redness, instantly wake up tired eyes (gimme), fight wrinkles, and create a soft-focus effect.
B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray | $33
And since it’s summer, the brand has also released a new facial mist. It’s the result of a partnership with skincare brand Skindinavia, and contains what they’re calling ‘the first stabilized form of vitamin B6, which absorbs oil, minimizes pores and reduces redness.’ Apparently, this bottle is so amazing that even their CEO is hooked. Additional ingredients include vitamin E and willow bark, plus it’s paraben-free.
I’m a mist minimalist (the Thermal Spring Water from Avené used to be my go-to before I hit my lazy beauty phase. Yes, I really have payed that much for water before, but it’s superwater guys and I swear it makes a difference), but those who enjoy a little more in their facial sprays should take a look at this one.
What’s on your beauty radar lately? Have you switched subscription services yet?