Wednesday, December 26, 2012

New Physicians Formula Pretty


I'm trying to be in a happy mood, but it's just not happening today. :-(  The Mister is back on his rant on how my skin should look perfect after 1 week of new prescriptions with neither of them being for treating the scarring from about a decade of acne.  And of course, does the dermatologist actually know what she's doing?, etc....Real mood killer, isn't he? I'll end my little mini-rant there....

Anyway, I thought that today I would show what I used my little CVS coupons on about a week and half ago.  I had some CVS extrabucks earned, plus since it was my birthday I got an email with some additional money off any purchase.  So by combining those CVS "coupons," I paid less than $4 for a newly released Physicians' Formula eyeshadow palette!
I decided to get the Classic Nude Eyes Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Shadow & Liner
I haven't used it yet, so I'm not sure how it will perform yet.

Did you pick up any of the newly released Physicians' Formula eyeshadow palettes or liners?  How did you like it?

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**my opinions are my own
**not sponsored/affiliated


  1. I wasn't a huge fan of this palette it was too shimmery for me and then of course my almost 2 yr old daughter decided to try to do her own makeup and destroyed this palette anyways very sad :( ... as for your skin tell him to shove it !! I too have a dermatologist that clearly doesn't get what I am wanting to achieve with clearing up my breakout and post marks. He only recommends super high end expensive products which even if I had the money who spend that on their face ?! I have noticed a big difference since trying a few new products Ive been contemplating doing a blog post about an updated face routine but was kinda shy talking about how crappy my skin really is, but you being open about it may get me to suck it up and do the post :-)

    1. Thanks for commenting and being able to relate to what I'm going through! I figure that if I share some of what I'm going through in my quest then maybe that can help someone or someone can offer some advice.

      As for the palette, I figure I'll pair it with some matte shades (Physicians' Formula makes a lovely little quad of neutral mattes that I enjoy, and there are some sprinkled throughout the Wet 'n Wild trio line) and hopefully I'll love the result. :-)