Giorgio Armani's Friends and Family Sale is here! Enjoy 20% off on any order of $75 or more with complimentary shipping until June 30, 2014. Sign up to receive your invite and a unique code for the sale if you haven't already! Stock up on all your favorites or take this opportunity to brand out and try something new from the brand! Armani is one of my favorite brands, and I've listed all my must-haves below, so feel free to take a look at my recommendations!
- EYES TO KILL Intense Eyeshadow in 29: This exquisite silvery pink is my top pick from the dozen Intense eyeshadows I own. 29 is limited edition, so pick it up now while you. It has long been sold out at department stores like Nordstrom, so I'll be ordering a back-up!
- EYES TO KILL EYESHADOW Quads in 7 Blush + 2 Bourdoir: These two eyeshadow palettes are perfect for everyday use, some of the best designer makeup made. Highly pigmented and smooth!
- EYES TO KILL SHIMMER Quads in 11 Mystery + 10 Mirage: These shimmery, slightly more metallic versions of the original eyeshadow quads have especially more impact in photos.
- CHEEK FABRIC Blushes in 507 + 503: The updated powder blushes are super fine and silky. All the colors are so natural and really adhere to the skin, appearing like a truly natural flush.
- FLASH LACQUER Lip Glosses in 107 + 519: I reach for these lip glosses the most! They are non-sticky with a plush gel texture that provides the illusion of fuller lips.
- ROUGE ECSTASY Lipsticks in 103 Incognito + 303 Dragee: These opaque lipsticks condition my lips like no other! I adore the red magnetic packaging and pair these with the Flash Lacquer for long-lasting color and shine.
- MAESTRO FUSION Foundation: This ultra lightweight, smoothing formula is best for the summer season. I love the natural coverage, and you can pat extra on your imperfections for additional coverage!
- LUMINOUS SILK Foundation: This is the foundation everyone should try, especially if you have normal to dry skin. Excellent for photos where flash photography is involved!
- Please refer to my Armani Foundation Guide for reviews of both Maestro & Luminous