Friday, March 30, 2012

Smashbox Limitless Eyeliner

RATING (out of 5 stars): 4.5 stars

COST: $19

THE SKINNY: Smashbox makes several eyeliners, but the Limitless  is easily my favorite. This is a creamy pencil that goes on smooth and, even for my subpar drawing skills, straight.

My pencil in in a rich black, but there are seven other shades available, including a dark purple, dark blue and brown hues.

I like the dark, bold line the pencil draws. And the color really does last all day without smudging.

Pair it with neutral colors and create the perfect daytime look. Add bold eye shadows and create some drama for a night out. Then it washes away easily at night.

This is easily worth the $19. Plus, the full-size product has a sharpener built into the cap. (Mine came with a sample kit and is smaller and sans cool sharpener gizmo.)

My normal eye liner is Urban Decay. I think this creates a darker, bolder line and gives my eyes more definition. Plus, I really am becoming a Smashbox snob.

KEEP OR TOSS: Keep. I will probably buy new colors soon.

CHECK IT OUT: View all the colors on the Smashbox website. Don't forget to sign up for the Pretty Points Rewards program and get a free, full-sized product with your orders on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.

-- Tested by Shay

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Fekkai Shea Butter Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner

RATING (out of 5 stars): 2.5 stars

COST: $23 for 8 ounces

THE SKINNY: The Fekkai Shea Butter Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner combination made my hair shiny and super smooth. So nice that on a humidity-free day I was able to skip the flat iron and not even worry about frizz.

Both formulas were super rich, thick and creamy and did not contain any odd color additives.

The products though do have a couple of downsides. I was not happy with the scent of the shampoo and conditioner. It was a little buttery and stale. And the smell stuck in my hair; even hours after washing I kept catching the scent. I never warmed to it.

And this is a pricey product. At $23 per bottle ($46 for the pair), I just cant see buying it. I have tried other less expensive products and liked them a lot more. (I highly recommend Matrix Total Results at less than half the price if you are eying a salon brand.)

KEEP OR TOSS: I used the samples, but will not be buying this product.

CHECK IT OUT:Find out more from Fekkai, which has a nice website, and even buy products direct.

-- Tested by Carrie

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Perricone MD Face Finishing Moisturizer

RATING (out of 5 stars): 2 stars

COST: $69

THE SKINNY: No lines. No wrinkles. That's the mantra of a lot of these high-dollar moisturizers, and Perricone MD is no different.

This is supposed to be a lightweight moisturizer, and I found it to be anything but. It felt heavy on my skin throughout the day. Plus, this cream is rose scented. Strongly rose scented.

I used the sample for two days. The moisturizer didn't make my skin look any different than the less-than-$10 Aveeno on my shelf.

KEEP OR TOSS: Toss. The scent made my eyes water.

CHECK IT OUT: Get a complete list of ingredients and other reviews at the Perricone MD website.

-- Tested by Shay

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Annick Goutal Petite Cherie

RATING (out of 5 stars): 1 star

COST: $85

THE SKINNY: Some perfumes you just have to smell to believe. Annick Goutal's Petite Cherie is one of those scents.

Here's what one piece of advertising says: "A blend of fresh, fruity notes and musk, this French fragrance is the definition of understated chic."

Image a really flowery perfume. Then mix it with Sweet Tarts.

This should not be worn by anyone older than 14.

KEEP OR TOSS: Toss. Please toss.

CHECK IT OUT: Even the perfume's website gushes. Check it out here.

-- Tested by Shay

Monday, March 26, 2012

Eye Rock Designer Liner

RATING (out of 5 stars): 1 star

COST: $13 for four sets

THE SKINNY: Eye Rock is an adhesive eyeliner available in various styles. I have no idea why you would ever want stick-on eyeliner, but I tried it anyway.

The result was kind of comical. I don't wear false eyelashes, so maybe that's where my problem started. I'm not good at applying stickers to my eyelids, even these touted as easy to apply. My hands are apparently too shaky to get a long, skinny, flimsy piece of paper attached to my eyelid correctly. (I don't do well with anything that requires precision.)

Here's how it works. Start with a clean and dry eyelid. No makeup. You have to trim the corners of each sticker to get it to match up with your eye shape. Then press lightly so it adheres. Fill in any gaps with a liner pencil.

Then blink. And blink. And blink. And blink. And make that "eeeew" noise when you feel your eyelid sticking when you blink. And remove.

My life is not glamorous enough that I need fancy winged eyeliner. And I didn't like the sensation of having a sticker on my eyelid.

KEEP OR TOSS: I gave away the remaining three stickers.

CHECK IT OUT: I blame Birchbox for my knowing and trying Eye Rock, so here's a link to its product page. Maybe you'll have better results than me.

-- Tested by Shay

Friday, March 23, 2012

Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo

RATING (out of 5 stars): 2.5 stars

COST: $4.99 for 23 ounces

THE SKINNY: Hello Hydration is one of the newer lines of Herbal Essences' haircare products. It's designed to add moisture and silkiness to your hair.

Let's get this out of the way first. I'm not a big fan of any of the Herbal Essences shampoo lines. They always leave my hair a little limp.

I used the Hello Hydration shampoo for four days in a row. The shampoo itself is a strange blue color, kind of like Head and Shoulders.

It did leave my hair feeling extremely soft, but at the expense of what little natural body it has. By the fourth day, my hair was flat and sad.

I think this shampoo would be better for someone with thicker and drier hair than mine.

KEEP OR TOSS: I'll keep what's left of the sample. It would be good to use every once in a while during summer, especially after a few days in the sun and salt at the beach.

CHECK IT OUT: Hello Hydration is available in a shampoo, conditioner and two-in-one shampoo. Learn more on the Herbal Essences website.

-- Tested by Shay

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Smashbox Full Exposure Mascara

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3.5 stars

COST: $19

THE SKINNY: Smashbox Full Exposure Mascara goes on great, adds length and volume and looks nice although it does not separate my lashes quite as much as I would like. (I could get on my soapbox here about mascara brushes, but I think you have probably read that enough times.)

It also seems to be great for those days when my allergies are kicking in and does not irritate my eyes or contacts at all -- even when my eyes are super-runny. I have noticed any flakiness either.

But ... it just does not hold up all day. About mid-day, I needed to reapply to maintain my look, and that is not something I am used to. 

This mascara is also only sold in black (not an issue for me but could be an issue for the more adventurous type).

KEEP OR TOSS: I'll finish the small tube, but I don't expect to buy any more.

CHECK IT OUT: Buy direct from Smashbox and check out application tips and customer reviews.

-- Tested by Carrie

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Urban Decay Lip Junkie Lip Gloss

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3 stars

COST: $19

THE SKINNY: After several applications I am still not 100 percent sure how I feel about Urban Decay's Lip Junkie Lip Gloss.

I love the color and look of the gloss. It has a great shimmery shine without a lot of color (I used "Naked"). The look is simple and pretty.

I am totally weirded out by the feel. It goes on cool and stays that way for a while. The gloss also has a strong minty flavor that I found unappealing. 

It is not sticky which a huge bonus adds a little bit of plumpness but without the odd tightening that some plumpers have. The color also hangs around for a while. Reviewers on the Urban Decay site seem to love it. I am having a hard time with the cool minty-ness.

KEEP OR TOSS: I am going to keep using my little gloss but if I can't overcome the odd feeling, I will not pony up $19 for the full size. If you are curious, I would recommend trying a sample first.

CHECK IT OUT: Read other reviews and check out all the colors available at Urban Decay.

-- Tested by Carrie

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Juice Beauty Blemish Clearing Serum

RATING (out of 5 stars): 1 star

COST: $29

THE SKINNY: How could you not be lured by this brand and this product, which promises an organic (meaning fruit acid and aloe), quick-acting way to fight occasional breakouts in adults.

I was so eager to try it, although not for a pimple to appear on my face. But when one did, I squeezed out a little of the gel and applied it. This serum looks organic -- it's kind of brownish and gooey. It smells organic too.

The next morning, I glanced in the mirror. To my disappointment, the pimple looked worse.

But you know how the healing process is. Sometimes thing look a little worse when they're starting to get better. So I applied the serum again in the morning and again at night.

The next morning, the pimple had multiplied.

I stopped using the serum, and the next morning, most of the baby pimples were gone and the original pimple looked much better.

Maybe it was coincidence -- not the serum that was the problem but something else with my skin.

Does it really matter? No. I won't try this product again.

KEEP OR TOSS: Toss. I'm not taking any chances

CHECK IT OUT: Maybe Juice Beauty's other products are better. Read more about the blemish serum at the company website.

-- Tested by Shay

Monday, March 19, 2012

Clinique Redness Solutions Instant Relief Mineral Powder

RATING (out of 5 stars): 2 stars

COST: $32

THE SKINNY: Clinique Redness Solutions Instant Relief Mineral Powder is incredibly light and almost too translucent to be effective as a real redness reducer. I was not convinced that it actually works unless you layer it. And, it might apply better with a brush if dipped into a jar rather than off a small paper sample.

It’s not a cover up per say, it may work well under a cover up? I felt it might be good for those with sensitive skin due to its lightness and allergy testing. It is also fragrance free.

Clinique suggests several different ways to use this formula based on your skin type -- light coverage used on bare skin (the way it was tested), medium coverage used over a moisturizer or light foundation and full coverage used with a daily liquid foundation and then the mineral powder.

KEEP OR TOSS: I might try it again, from a larger sample size, but prefer something a little thicker.

CHECK IT OUT: Buy direct from Clinique (it even comes with a brush) and check out other reviews from testers, who all seemed much happier with this powder. And as a bonus, Clinique is offering three free mini products with any purchase!

-- Tested by Stephanie

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Beauty Box No. 2: March 2012 Birchbox

The latest Birchbox arrived in my mailbox the other day.

This was a second (and maybe last) chance for the company that delivers a five-product sample pack once a month for $10. The samples are chosen partly based on a profile you fill out and partly by someone who has no earthly idea who you are.

When the my first box came in February, I was disappointed. Nearly everything in it got a thumbs down. The saving grace was a large sample of Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant, which saved the month.

I was really sure I wouldn't like anything in this box either, wrapped in a pink Teen Vogue advertisement with promise that the contents inside would help me get ready for prom.

Really? My 20th high school reunion has come and gone. I didn't even go to my prom.

I braced for the worst and prepared to cancel my Birchbox subscription.

But it's pretty darned good.

It contained two full-size products: the Tarte LipSurgence lip tint I love in a color I don't have and an Essie nail police with silver glitter. I know I would have paid more than $10 for this stuff scouring the sample racks near the Sephora checkout counter.

Want to try Birchbox? Use this link. It's $10 a month, and you can opt out at any time.

Here's the complete list of products in my box:

  • Annick Goutal, Petite Cherie (A blend of fresh, fruity notes and musk, this French fragrance is the definition of understated chic.)
  • Essie, luxeffects (Layer this glittery top coat onto any polish for an eye-catching look.)
  • Shiseido, Pureness Oil-Control Blotting Papers (These mattifying tissues are coated with transparent rice powder to leave your skin perfectly shine free)
  • Tarte, LipSurgence lip tint (This long-lasting lip stain adds rich pigment and is designed to boost the moisture levels in your lips.)
  • Twistband , Hair Tie (Give your ponytail a makeover with these colorful, snag-free elastics.)
  • Coupon for $25 off $75 purchase at ModCloth
-- Tested by Shay

Friday, March 16, 2012

Alterna Caviar Overnight Hair Rescue

RATING (out of 5 stars): 5 stars

COST: $35 for 3.4 ounces

THE SKINNY: This is hands-down the best product I have tried all year. (It got a 5-star rating, which is somewhat hard to come by here as well.)

But Alterna Caviar Overnight Hair Rescue is one of those products I did not expect to like. When I squeezed it out of the sample packet, the product was thick and gooey. And I was supposed to put this on my dry hair! And leave it all night! It was like slathering Jergens in my head, only with a nicer scent. (Honestly, it grossed me out a little and I figured my pillow was done.)

In the morning my pillow was clean, although my hair looked a mess. I washed it out right away.

And that's when I fell in love. My hair looks and feels better than I can ever remember. It styled beautifully and had bounce and lift that repeated color treatments have stripped away over time.

The Alterna website claims damage s reduced by 44 percent and I believe it. Even a day later, my somewhat thick and long hair still looked and felt great. The company also recommends using several times a week, but I think that might be a bit much. My guess is a weekly or every-other-week application will do the trick unless you have an extreme amount of hair damage.

KEEP OR TOSS: I wish I had 30 more sample packs because this stuff is pricey. But it is worth it. I plan to forgo a few lattes and save the money for a full-size bottle.

CHECK IT OUT: You can find out more about Alterna Caviar Overnight Hair Rescue on the product website or order it from Sephora, which also has some pretty good reviews (although they did not seem to like it quite as much as I did).

-- Tested by Carrie

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Boss Orange Perfume

RATING (out of 5 stars): 4.5 stars

COST: $30 for 1.6 ounces

THE SKINNY: The newest Orange fragrance from Hugo Boss is Boss Orange Sunset. I think that's the sample that came in the mail recently. (As you can see, the card just says "Boss Orange." The bottle pictured, however, looks like the bottle used for Orange Sunset, so that's what I'm assuming.)

It's a scent that mixes sweet and warm notes, creating a scent I found rather unique. It doesn't remind me of anything else I've tried of late.

The scent is made from orange blossom over a vanilla and sandalwood base. I'm a sucker for anything "orange." That includes flavors, scents and colors. This perfume is no exception.

I love it. It goes on a little strong, but fades into the background nicely after a few minutes.

I would wear this scent for a date or a night out on the town with the girls. It's rich and flirty but still a little innocent. And I really love catching a whiff of fresh-squeezed orange every once in a while.

KEEP OR TOSS: Keep and buy more.

CHECK IT OUT: Read more about the Hugo Boss Orange line online. (Be warned: It's a heavy website and loads rather slow.)

-- Tested by Shay

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Vivara by Emilio Pucci

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3 stars

COST: $59

THE SKINNY: Vivara by Emilio Pucci eau de parfum has a rather masculine scent but pleasant. It is deep and musty. But, has an almost delicious smell. It has a hint of spice, almost like an after shave splash. But, it’s for women.

The packaging is pretty and modern. It’s a fragrance that can be worn all the time, not just for an evening out.

KEEP OR TOSS: It's a keep for those who don't like too sweet of a fragrance.

CHECK IT OUT: Learn more about the Emilio Pucci line and where to buy from the company website.

-- Tested by Stephanie

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Nars Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3 stars

COST: $42

THE SKINNY: It looked like a liquid foundation. It had the color and texture of a liquid foundation. But it glided on smooth like a silky moisturizer.

Nars Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer is a little bit of the best of everything. It has a subtle tint that will even out small imperfections in skin tone but is super-light and wearable. (This is the perfect product if your "naked" face -- yes we all hide from time to time -- is just not something you are ready to share around your man.)

The tiny sample arrived in the most elaborate packaging I have ever seen for something smaller than my thumb. It also came with a code for free two-day shipping from Nars if I placed an order direct. 

The SPF 30 formula comes in nine shades to match most skin tones but I am not thrilled with the color names. My skin color, light, is called "Alaska." As if I did not know how pale I am already?!?

This is also a product for people without super dry skin. It is very light. I still had a couple flaky spots (winter dryness blows) after using the moisturizer. 

KEEP OR TOSS: Keep. I am loving this stuff. I wish the sample were larger because I can't decide if I am vain enough for the full size at $42.

CHECK IT OUT: Order direct from Nars,or look for it at a cosmetics counter. Be aware the product has just been released and availability may be limited. You can "borrow" my two-day shipping code, PRTM2012 for as long as it works.

-- Tested by Carrie

Monday, March 12, 2012

John Frieda Luxurious Volume Blow‑Dry Lotion Root Booster

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3 stars

COST: $6.49 for 6.7 ounces

THE SKINNY: I really liked the Blow‑Dry Lotion Root Booster the first time I used it.

If you have fine hair, you know all about my plight. My hair looks great for maybe 30 minutes after I style it. Then it goes limp and just looks sad. I'm forever looking for a good product to help boost volume and body.

John Frieda's Blow‑Dry Lotion Root Booster is a light spray that you add to damp hair. Blow your hair dry, preferably holding your head upside down.

I loved the effect the first time I used the spray, and the volume lasted all day long. work friends even noticed that my hair looked bouncier!

But subsequent uses haven't produced quite the same result. All the bounce and volume seems to disappear by mid-day. It's left me a little puzzled, but I really can't complain. This isn't a product that will break the bank.

The Blow‑Dry Lotion Root Booster does include heat-protection, and for those of us who blow dry our hair every day, that's a great thing.

KEEP OR TOSS: Keep. I'll use it every once in a while.

CHECK IT OUT: Find out about other products in the Luxurious Volume line at the John Frieda website.

-- Tested by Shay

Friday, March 9, 2012

Chi 44 Iron Guard

RATING (out of 5 stars): 4 stars

COST: $12.60 at

THE SKINNY: High heat can cause some real damage to your hair. Chi's 44 Iron Guard spray aims to protect your hair.

Spray Iron Guard onto your locks and then use your flat iron.

I like the Chi spray because it's a lightweight spray without scent, it works and I can't feel it in my hair after the flat iron steams the wetness away. And my hair actually feels healthy afterward.

Chi says its spray is formulated to work with Chi flat irons, but I'm not sure my hair knows the difference. I've also used this product in combination with other styling products -- mousse, volumizer and the like -- and never had and issues.

KEEP OR TOSS: Keep. Long-term exposure to heat is bad for fine hair, right?

CHECK IT OUT: Chi's heat-protection line of products include bodify glaze, smoothing cream and finishing paste.

-- Tested by Shay

Thursday, March 8, 2012

StriVectin-TL Tightening Neck Cream

RATING (out of 5 stars): 1.5 stars

COST: $89 for 1.7 ounces

THE SKINNY: This product, StriVectin-TL Tightening Neck Cream, falls in to the a sample-is-not-enough category. Right on the package, it says the anti-aging, anti-sagging cream takes about 8 weeks to work but there were only a couple of applications in the sample pack. If I am going to spend $89 on a neck cream, I need to have a reason.

The actual cream though went on smooth and dried quickly. There was nothing about it that turned me off.

But there was nothing to make me think my neck would look different in a few months either.

So I turned to the web for more information and found that this product is designed for women aged 50 an up! Ah-ha! I am the wrong demographic. Maybe I will come back to this one in 20 years.

KEEP OR TOSS: I kept using the sample, but never really saw a difference. It is not unpleasant in any way, but I will not be spending $89 on the full size product.

CHECK IT OUT: The company was giving out free samples (but they seem to be all gone), but hit the StriVectin site anyway for a free shipping code and to sign up for their rewards club if you plan to but something. You can also take a look at before and after photos of people who used the Tightening Neck Cream.

-- Tested by Carrie

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Sephora Collection Instant Moisturizer

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3 stars

COST: $20 for 1.69 ounces

THE SKINNY: Sephora's Instant Moisturizer fared better than most of Sephora's skincare products for me. It wasn't horrible.

Sadly, it really wasn't stellar either, and nothing about this product stood out to me. It certainly didn't feel like an "intensive moisturizer." It didn't look like the lotion boosted my skin's radiance. And this lotion has a really floral scent to it that I didn't like much.

The day after I used it, my skin tone looked a little redder than normal. It didn't feel irritated, so maybe it's just the winter weather doing that.

This moisturizer doesn't have sun protection, either.

KEEP OR TOSS: I tossed the sample.

CHECK IT OUT: If you like Sephora's brand and want to try it, find the Instant Moisturizer, as well as an Age Defy Moisture Cream, online.

-- Tested by Shay

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

John Frieda Go Blonder Controlled Lightening Spray

RATING (out of 5 stars): 4.5 stars

COST: $7.99 for 3.5 ounces

THE SKINNY: John Frieda's Go Blonder Controlled Lightening Spray is my secret late-winter weapon for lightening up my dark blonde hair and making me feel like spring is right around the corner.

This lightening spray contains citrus, chamomile and hydrogen peroxide and is heat activated. Spray onto damp hair and then blow dry. Following with a flat iron or curling iron will add a few extra highlights.

The spray has little scent, doesn't feel sticky and really works. You'll see your hair lighten in about three to five applications.

I've used this spray for some time and never had it damage or dry out my fine locks. I spray a little on the top layers of my hair and comb through, which helps add subtle, natural-looking highlights. I get no reddish hues at all -- and my dark blonde hair has dark brown, salon-added low lights in it.

I love it, especially in late February and early March when my hair is at its darkest. My hair lightens quickly in summer sunlight, which I think helps with this product. I'm also not a big fan of the rest of John Frieda's Sheer Blonde line -- it does dry out my hair and leave it feeling like straw.

KEEP OR TOSS: Keep. Add some blonde sparkle back into your hair before the summer sun arrives.

CHECK IT OUT: Get tips on how to use this spray at John Frieda's website.

-- Tested by Shay

Monday, March 5, 2012

Smashbox Photo Finish Color Correcting Foundation Primer

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3.5 stars

COST: $38 full size ($17 for half-size at Sephora)

THE SKINNY: I might of had a misconception about what Smashbox's Photo Finish Color Correcting Foundation Primer in green (adjusting) was supposed to do. I expected an almost concealer-like coverage and bought the green tint to account for my skin's sometimes over-rosiness.

What I got was a foundation primer. It glided on thin and smooth and did not appear to conceal anything. I was, to say the least, disappointed.

But then I applied my regular powder foundation, which I typically wear without a primer, and did notice some results. It stuck a little better, so I suppose that is where the redness coverage comes in.

Overall though, I can't see why I really need to make this part of my routine. I am going to keep trying and if I change my mind, I promise to report back. But for now, save your $38 for a product you will really get some use out of.

KEEP OR TOSS: I am going to use what I have, but don't plan to buy a replacement when it is all gone. (If I ever use it all.)

CHECK IT OUT: Smashbox has a full line of tinted primers -- from flesh tones to purple (balancing), blue (hydrating) and green (adjusting) and has a points program if you buy from the site. I found a half size at Sephora and it will likely last a while.

-- Tested by Carrie

Friday, March 2, 2012

Murad Clarifying Cleanser

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3 stars

COST: $26 for 6.75 ounces

THE SKINNY: Murad Clarifying Cleanser gets great reviews from adult acne sufferers everywhere. The 1.5 percent salicylic acid cleanser does work well. (I used it in place of my regular cleanser after a week of treating my body and skin inappropriately.)

It did the trick. The cleanser lathered nice and had a great tingle, which made my face feel super clean. And the next day I could see noticeable improvement; blemishes seemed to vanish.

But there are some concerns for me. This cleanser is VERY drying. There is no way I could use more than occasionally for the tough times. I can't seem to hydrate enough to counteract the drying. And it smells ... terrible. The cleanser has a medicinal scent that almost made me gag.

KEEP OR TOSS: This cleanser is for the hard-core. If you have regular breakouts and oily skin. This product is likely for you. Otherwise, it is just too tough for most people.

CHECK IT OUT: Check out reviews from happy users (seemingly everyone on the site just loves the product) on Murad's website, where you can also place an order.

-- Tested by Carrie

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Stila Sheer Color Tinted Moisturizer

RATING (out of 5 stars): 3.5 stars

COST: $34

THE SKINNY: Stila's Sheer Color Tinted Moisturizer is a decent product, but a little too expensive for my taste.

My sample was in the "medium" tone, which I thought might be too dark for my fair skin. It actually blended in nicely. This moisturizer is SPF 20 and actually feels like moisturizer going on.

It's smooth, scent-free and gives decent coverage. The tint lasted all day without primer, and left my skin feeling good, not greasy or tacky.

Stila promises this moisturizer offers "Sheer luminous color infused with light-diffusing pigments to help diminish the look of fine lines and wrinkles." It performed adequately, in my opinion.

The newest version of this moisturizer is water-resistant, but my sample wasn't.

KEEP OR TOSS: Keep. It's a decent option, although I might not spend $34 for a full-size tube.

CHECK IT OUT: This tinted moisturizer comes in 10 shades. See them all on the Stila website.

-- Tested by Shay