My most recent stop at MAC resulted in a Jin Soon Choi nail polish purchase. I was looking forward to one color in particular, and that would be the shade Dry Martini. It's a moody, fatigue-like tone that reminds me of olives in a martini--hence, the name. It's a nice diversion from the similarly muted greys that we've seen this past year.
Of course it was a bit difficult to leave with just a dinky polish (I've fallen for so many of their polishes, only to be let down upon returning home--so you know, needed some padding here), and consequently picked up the Pearglide Eye Liner in Black Russian (Love That Look collection). I absolutely love this formula, and would gladly have MAC formulate all of their liners to be this soft--lip liners included! It's not uncomfortable to glide along the waterline, and the color reminds me a bit of Sharkskin. Of the four limited liners, it had the most appealing sparkle--not too much, and not too little.
Want to see something funny? I picked up a boatload of Korean sheet masks a few weeks back. They're pre-moistened (with serum) sheets that stick to your face and perform whatever each one claims to do. I wasn't sure that anything would fit my big head, and decided to try the Apricot one the other night to scare the hubby. I bounced off the stairs like a confused Ninja, and he took the opportunity to capture it on camera (which happened to be laying on the living room table--my fault for leaving it there!). I actually like these things, and now that I think about it, I'm off to apply the royal jelly one! Now you know I'm an honest blogger!
Did anyone snag a Jin Soon Choi polish? Have you tried sheet masks before?