When I started training for my job I realized that I was very close to a Lush store. Needless to say… I went to get “just a couple things.” The fresh face mask in Cupcake was my goal. Luckily I had an amazing girl who gave me two samples for Cosmetic Warrior and Catastrophe Cosmetic. I loved them all!. Here is some quick points that I took away from these masks

Cupcake- This smells divine. I put this on right before a bath and I smelled like brownie batter. Luckily I was in the bath too because this mask is a crumbly one. Once this hardens it will flake away anytime you move your face. Trust me, the crumbliness is worth it. After washing this mask off my skin felt taught, hydrated yet not oily, and smooth as a babies butt.

Cosmetic Warrior- According to the Lush website this mask won the Martha Stuart Big Day Beauty Awards this year. Hmm neat. I have ginormous pores which goes hand in hand with unruly black heads. This truly took some of my black heads away. Im hopeful in saying that if I bought a full size and used it regularly that they would all vanish. I give the Cosmetic Warrior ten points.

Catastrophe Cosmetic- Just like its partner in crime, Cupcake, this is very crumbly. I was cleaning my makeup brushes when all of a sudden my face made it snow. I washed it off with water and my skin just radiated. This left my skin also very taught and I could tell it was a deep clean. My face however was pretty dry so follow up with a good moisturizer.

Below is a couple shots of me using these masks. From left to right: Cupcake, Catastrophe Cometic, Cosmetic Warrior.

Coming soon and holy heck. I am so frickin excited about this cool toned palette from Lorac. Recently Michelle Phan posted a quick blog about recieving this from a makeup artist. You can read that . This palette will be (obviously above) 8 matte and 8 shimmer shades. As of right now I have not been able to find the launch date, but I will post it once it is announced/ found.- Edit: Now launching June 15th online and in Ulta stores June 29th.

Im most excited about the cool gray and the chrome shades.  Which ones are you excited about?

Coming soon to Ulta only, Too Faced Rock n’ Roll Rock Candy And Country Nashville Nudes! These will be most likely priced at $36.00 and will be available on June 1st. Here are some pictures of the two palettes.

Here’s what Lush has to say about it:

A luxuriously soft and sweetly-scented cleanser, Let The Good Times Roll has quickly become a huge fan favorite. Maize flour, corn meal and a dash of cinnamon powder gently exfoliate and leave you with a vibrant glow, and lightly hydrating corn oil helps skin to retain its moisture and elasticity. With its rich butter-caramel fragrance and velvety texture, no wonder this one is so popular!

I have been training lately for my new job in a metro area where I can get ahold of Lush products again. Ugh, my heart. So be warned that I will be posting a lot about these products. With that said, meet Sea Spray by Lush. I recently talked about my new hair cut in , I have been struggling with what to do with it. When I had my long hair I love falling asleep with products in my hair and waking up to my wavy hair. Side not my hair has a bit of wavy curl to it, so scrunching it usually sticks well.

This morning I tried out Sea Spray for the first time. I took my shower and then when my hair was still wet I sprayed Sea Spray all over my hair and scrunched it up. I let my hair air dry and to my satisfaction, it looked pretty awesome. I showed up to work and eleven hours after application this is my hair below.

So as you can see, it held the scrunched look very well. For my straight stubborn hair sisters, you might want to apply this after you dry and curl your hair with a large barrel.

Over all this is a lovely product and for 12.95 its a pretty nice price point for Lush.

Here is what lush describes it as:

Hi my name is Devon. I am a mom and a beauty addict. I love to make videos on youtube and blog about current makeup and beauty trends. I hope you enjoy my blog.

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