Unfurl the sails, polish your pegleg and adjust ye eyepatches, for 'tis time for part two of Priceline's best makeup sellers from the past 12 months!
(Part one is here.)
BLUSH: Models Prefer Blush in Desk to Date
Ah yes, the $10 princess of Priceline. Model's Prefer is unique to Priceline and seems to be doing AOK as this exposes. This corally-goldy-pink, (slightly shimmery, (could possibly be a little too glitzy for some daytime wearers) and very highly-pigmented (be sure to TAP OFF your brush before applying to face) blush gives a terrific burst of cheek fun.
MASCARA: Max Factor False Lash Mascara in Blackest Black
If you are the kind of dame who likes limp, thin lashes you will fucking hate this so hard. Because it gives TREMENDOUS volume and lots of thickness and length, and while I am a strict tubular mascara fan during the day, I love cracking this mascara (or CoverGirl Clump Crusher) out at night.
LIPSTICK: Rimmel Lasting Finish by Kate Moss in Coralicious
FINALLY the coral-orange lipstick thing I have been banging on about for years is starting to really sink in. Well it must be if the number one lipstick is a coral. Come on. Just agree with me, it will be easier. This is more of a red-coral than a peach-coral which actually makes it more flattering/wearable for more women, which is nice. Not drying, either.
LIPGLOSS: Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Honey
I make it no secret these are some of my favourite lip colours. Generally have two in my bag at any one time (speaking of coral which I was just above, my favourite orange colour of these is now in Australia - Rendezvous). This shade, Honey was the best seller by far when I did the events last year with Revlon and why? Because it's a very lovely, flattering, safe dusky rose pink. Lovely as a blush, too.
NAIL POLISH: Rimmel 60 Seconds Nail Enamel in Black Out