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Best in Blushing Beauty 2012: Face

By Erika @iblushbeauty

Best in Blushing Beauty 2012: Face I'm typing the third and final category for the Best in Blushing Beauty 2012, it's finally hitting me that 2012 has officially passed. Good thing I'm looking forward to 2013, right? By the way, what are some of your resolutions for this year? I realized as I'm reading other bloggers that I seem to be one of the few who haven't posted their resolutions yet...I'll definitely have to share with you all soon! But I can tell you one thing on it now: STOP PROCRASTINATING! Hahaha ~
Moving on to the Face Makeup - including those for the eyes and lips (seeing as those are part of your face). This category was actually really easy! As I looked through my collections, these products just jumped out at me...I didn't have to do much thinking at all. Just like with all the other Best in Blushing Beauty winners, I highly recommend these products! They have been thoroughly tested and well loved by yours truly!
Best in Blushing Beauty 2012: Face
A. Givenchy Eclat Matissime Fluid FoundationLOVE! LOVE! LOVE! Beautiful finish, super pigmented, blend-able, and it feels so light on the face! For a full in-depth review, check out this post here.
B. MAC Pro Longwear ConcealerDefinitely a game changer! This concealer covers everything - works great for hyperpigmentation, acne scarring, and under eye circles! It's super creamy and blend-able and it will not crease or budge!
C. NYX Stay Matte But Not Flat Powder FoundationAlthough this is a pretty decent powder foundation, this really shines as a setting/touching up powder. As the name suggest, this mattifies my face without making it look "flat" or cakey.  It sits well on my face - setting my makeup beautifully and making touch ups super easy.
D. YSL Mascara Volume Effet Faux CilsI don't usually splurge on mascara, but after trying this mascara out, I'm willing to make an exception. I just  LOVE what it does to my very thin and straight eyelashes. This gives me amazing volume and length without any clumping or smudging!
E. Maybelline 24hr Color TattooReally surprised at how much I enjoy these cream shadows! Works well as a stand alone eye shadow or as a base. I especially enjoy using Bad to the Bronze as an all over eye shadow. Lasts me a good 8+ hours with  creasing and minimal wear. 
F. Urban Decay Naked Eye Shadow PaletteMy makeup collection would not be complete without this palette! Great for creating neutral looks - both natural and dramatic. LOVE!!!
G. Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Lip Balm Stain

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