Tag: Jesse’s Girl

Jesse’s Girl ‘Behind Blue Eyes’

Jesse’s Girl Cosmetics has colored me impressed a third time when it comes to trying the company’s 9-pan Eyeshadow Palettes. I’ve used the pink- and green-themed palettes, and here I’m sharing with you my experience using the blue palette, called “Behind Blue Eyes.” Here’s a close-up of the pan, broken into two sections. After the pan shot are …

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Jesse’s Girl 9-Pan Eye Shadow Palette in ‘The Eyes Have It’

I wear a lot of green. Not sure why, but I do. And aside from purples, pinks and warm coppery colors, I find myself gravitating towards neutrals and greens to go with my outfits most days. You know, when I don’t hit snooze 5 times and find myself rushing out the door with a wet …

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Jesse’s Girl Baked Powder Eye Shadow Collection

I picked up this Baked Powder Eye Shadow Collection by Jesse’s Girl at my local Rite Aid right before my trip to Las Vegas in July. My only experience prior to using this was with Jesse’s Girl Eye Dusts. The Eye Dusts are a great loose shadow, so I figured I couldn’t go wrong with …

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Jesse’s Girl High Intensity Nail Color Swatches

I first checked out Jesse’s Girl High Intensity Nail Color earlier this year, when the line launched. I was mostly pleased with my finds, although I was disappointed that the glass-flecked polishes were on the sheer side. Still stunning, but better as either layering polishes, or simply sheer with VNL. I recently had the chance …

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Jesse’s Girl 9-Pan Eyeshadow Palette in Tickled Pink

At Cosmoprof (Las Vegas, July 31-Aug 2), a group of us beauty bloggers were treated to a wonderful night out thanks to the owner of Jesse’s Girl Cosmetics, Jesse Lawrence, and his daughter, as well as the scheduling genius of Krystal from Polish Galore. Here is a group shot of all of us by the limo that transported us …

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Drugstore Finds: Rite Aid

Since my 5 & 10 finds and adventure  in Jim Thorpe, PA the weekend before last, I’ve been thinking a lot about the experience of buying makeup at the drug store. Not everyone wants to spend a lot of dough on things like nail polish, eye shadow or lip gloss. Hello! We’re in a recession! …

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