All in Makeup
Has the aggressive finger-swiping on your smartphone screen in a desperate attempt to toss a pokeball and snag that elusive Jigglypuff left your hands chapped and raw?
Just in time (or due to?) the Pokemon Go craze, Japanese fashion/makeup brand, It's Demo, is releasing a line of Pokemon cosmetics, with a cute female Pikachu (note the heart-tipped tail) as it's main model.
A few days back we showcased our Top 5 Pokemon Go inspired fashions now that we've got your body all wrapped up on Poke' pret-a-porter, it's time to bring that Charmander hotness to lips, face and nails!
June is over, July has quickly approached and now is the perfect time to take a quick look back and showcase my top picks for the month of June wrap-up!
Glam.Mour: Beauty or charm that is sexually attractive. Archaic - enchantment; magic.
In a previous VogueLeader post, it was mentioned that Gudetama and Holika Holika were teaming up to bring us something special in the K-beauty department. Well, their line-up is now live and it looks nothing short of STELLER.
Urban Decay has released their Through The Looking Glass limited edition pop-up palette. 20 all new eyeshadows with shades inspired by Alice, Mad Hatter, The Red Queen, The White Queen and Time, all temptingly displayed in a beautifully embossed case with a 3-dimensional butterfly that unfurls when the top is opened.
Missha Cosmetics, the Korean makeup company that CAN DO NO WRONG when it comes to their collabs has done it again with an amazing collection featuring LINE Friends (for those that don't know, Line was originally a Japanese social media site, although due to their success, they've spread into a variety of other businesses, and their mascot, the Line Friends, have become ridiculously popular).
That's why I wasn't holding out much hope for the Espionage brand. But, I was proved wrong! The Nail'd It wraps worked wonderfully! I LOVE that they have a wide range of comic book, TV, movies and video game options to choose from and aren't just stereotypical flowers or glitter.
“Star Trek is an iconic pop culture phenomena whose storylines pushed gender and racial boundaries,” said MAC creative director James Gager in a statement. “For its 50th anniversary, we celebrate each of Star Trek’s powerful women in a transcending, transformational makeup collection.”
It's Sailor Moon's 20th Anniversary and Japan is going full moon crazy with the collabs!
Everything from limited edition makeup by Creer Beauty to purses by Samantha Vega to clothing by Paul & Joe Sister! A run down for when all the lines are debuting and where can be found at Sailor Moon mega-fan, SailorMoonCollectibles.com site.