LUSH is a brand that is relatively new to me. In just the past year or so, I’ve started taking notice of the store locations near me and stopping in to chat with the sales associates and try products. One of their product lines I was most interested in trying were their Fresh Face Masks, which are so fresh that they have to be kept in the fridge and have an expiration date that is only a month to a month and a half out from when they’re purchased.
I’ve seen the new Wet n Wild Pop Art Craze eye shadow trios here and there on the internet, but it always feels like it takes a while for these limited edition products to show up in my local drugstores. A couple of days ago I was just strolling through a Walgreens, about to walk out, when I noticed a mostly empty display sitting lower than knee-level under an unused sales desk in the cosmetics section. It was a Pop Art Craze display that looked like it could have held around 25 of the little trios, and there were just two left. Luckily for me, they were two different shades and I liked the look of both of them.
I’ve been hearing about Sephora’s new Color IQ system online for a month or two now, but hadn’t inquired in-store about it and wasn’t sure if it was available in the Sephora locations near me. Last week, though, I received a mailer inviting me to get my Color IQ match and redeem a sample kit, so I headed over to see what the process was like.