This may go fast now that it's being talked about, but I saw on Nouveau Cheap that Rue 21 has a $6.99 dupe palette for the Urban Decay Electric Palette! I ordered one to do a comparison post/video on, and I also ordered a second one to do a giveaway! Look for that coming soon. Here is the link to it on the Rue 21 site:
At $39 the new cleansers from GlamGlow are significantly cheaper than their $69 masks. I lovelovelove the original mask, but I had bought it from Amazon when it was $35 and I can't seem to find it that cheap anymore. You get 5 oz. of product in this cleanser while you only get 1 oz. with the mask. Yes, the mask is stronger, but this cleanser is pretty amazing and so worth it.
Milani recently came out with some new things that I was excited to try, so I took advantage of their 30% off sale on their website. The stuff came pretty fast, but look at the plastic case on this quad - it's all dirty! It was sealed so no one touched it, it just looks like it got banged around in the factory or something lol! This is the Fierce Foil Eyeshine in 01 - Venice. They have several different quads, but the blues stood out to me.
NYX has some new blushes out called HD Blushes, and they aren't kidding when they say these babies are pigmented! I picked up a bright pink and a shade that I thought would be great for contouring, as it's a pretty spot-on dupe for the shade Sombre from the Kat Von D Shade + Light palette.
I didn't think I needed this. As a matter of fact, out of all the new Moondust shadows, I thought this would be the one I liked the least. Boy was I wrong! I was under the impression that it was your average brown-with-green duochrome shadow that nearly every company makes. When I saw this in person at Sephora, I couldn't believe how pretty it was! So this was the one out of the new shades that I ended up picking up, and have been using it a TON.
I'm going to have a ton of liquid lipstick reviews coming up, but I will try and space them out so that it doesn't feel like that's the only thing I'm reviewing here. I am swamped with stuff to review so I will most likely be updating every day for a while. With the recent Lime Crime drama, people have been looking for dupes from other brands, or just other liquid lipsticks in general. This one here is from MUA and it is called Velvet Luxe Lip Lacquer. I got the color Tranquility, which is a dark peach shade.

Maxasorb B12 is a vitamin B-12 serum that is meant for dry, itchy skin. It is supposed to be good for eczema, psoriasis, or other skin rashes. It comes in a 1.7 oz. pump bottle, which is 30 doses.
 When I heard that ColourPop was going to release blushes, I got super excited. This is a brand that I fell in love with not too long ago, as their lip products and eyeshadows are out of this world and only $5! The blushes are $8 each but you get more product than in the eyeshadows, so it makes sense. (I'll post a size comparison, but the shadows are .07 oz. and the blushes are .15 oz.)
This isn't a review today, but it is a beauty related rant. Check out this article here that pissed me off before reading my rant: Sephora is selling an inappropriately named lipstick that has people disgusted

Those of you who have followed me for a while know that Kat Von D is my favorite brand of makeup, hands down. So naturally I have to get this off my chest. First of all, what is wrong with people? Can I just ask that? Why are uptight morons so easily offended? They already got her color Celebutard banned for this same reason. I remember being really agitated about that, because it was one of my favorite nude lipsticks. Now I have to use it sparingly because I can't get it anymore.

Secondly, why does it seem like Kat's brand keeps being targeted? I don't see articles like this about NARS, who names blushes things like Orgasm, Deep Throat, and Sex Fantasy! Those things are okay, but the word "underage" isn't? Come on. We're living in a world where people will find seek out the most minute little thing to get offended over, and make a huge deal about it. Granted her brand seemed to get a lot more recognition with the Shade & Light palette, since everyone and their mother seems to be obsessed with contouring lately, so with that brings more attention and more annoying people finding things to bitch about. But again, why do other brands with names that could be found offensive not receive any flack? That article even states MAC has a lipstick called Underage as well, so where's the ban on that one?

The main point I want to make here is that there are much more important things in the world to worry about other than getting your panties in a twist over the name of a damn lipstick. Get over it, people.

*UPDATE* Kat's response to the controversy:

I was recently sent several products to try out from Serendipity Beauty, and a review is coming soon! Because I am so impressed with them but they are pretty pricey, I wanted to give you guys a heads up that they are on Hautelook from today until Thursday at discounted prices, so go check them out! The lip scrub is amazeballs and I am in love! I will get the review up as soon as possible but I wanted to give everything a good try first! Just didn't want you guys to miss out on the sale if you were thinking of getting anything!!