In case you've been stuck under a rock these past few weeks: I went to The Makeup Show in Orlando recently. If you're a regular here, you already know this. While I was there, I did some makeup hauling damage. I shared my beauty haul from the blogger preview event recently, and promised there'd be more to come.
Well, I'm delivering on that promise with a lot of product pictures for your perusing pleasure. This post includes the items that I purchased while at the show. Don't forget to leave a comment and let me know which products you're most interested in seeing swatches and reviews on first.
|OCC Lip Tars in (left to right) Yaoi, Rhythm box, and Black Metal Dahlia|
|Ben Nye luxury banana powder|
|Crown brushes (top to bottom): Infinity Round Blender brush, Syntho Angle Shader brush, Syntho Chisel Shader brush, Jumbo Shadow brush, Crescent Shadow brush, and Oval Shadow brush|
|Bdellium brushes (#776, #785, and #953), OFRA brush #21|
|OFRA Cosmetics lipsticks in (l to r) Fuchsia, 202, and 201|
|Inglot lipstick #140|
|Cult Nails in (l to r): Spontaneous, My Kind of Cool Aid, Morning Glory|
|Ellis Faas Creamy Lipsticks in Deep Fuchsia (L104) and Ellis Red (L101)|
|Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes eye shadow in lilac taupe (E106)|
|Make Up For Ever Mist & Fix setting spray, Face & Body foundation (20), HD Elixir, Aqua Smoky Lash, HD Invisible Cover Concealer (325)|
|Michael Marcus Prime botanical primer in Light|
|Stila In The Know all matte eye shadow palette|
|Beauty Blender duo with carrying case and solid cleanser|
I also purchased a Make Up For Ever palette exclusive to the Makeup Show designed by James Vincent and his fellow artist friends that had 10 eyeshadow and blush pans. There was a tiny mistake when I made the purchase, and I didn't receive all 10 shades (I got 9 shades, and a duplicate of one of the shades which equaled 10). I contacted Make Up For Ever and let them know what happened and they graciously offered to send me the missing shade. Since I didn't want to take a picture of the incomplete palette, I'm waiting on the item to arrive. Once that comes in, I'll take a photo and share the colors in the palette so that you can easily recreate it.
Other items purchased but not pictured (because they they're little beauty tools you can get from anywhere): MUFE duo pencil sharpener, MUFE mixing palette, MUFE powder puff, and an assortment of wispy false lashes.
And last, but not least. I was given a press kit for the Makeup Bullet. I'm very excited to review this item for you. It's a reusable makeup sponge that fits on your finger! Genius!
Well, there you have it -- that's my haul from The Makeup Show Orlando. If you went, what did you get? Anything in my haul you'd like to see reviewed and swatched first?