Video: Products on Current Rotation…February Edition

Here is my video overview of new products in my current rotation this month.  Some are unequivocal favorites while others are still in the testing phase ; )

Kindly scroll on for the video and a wealth of product images…


Products mentioned include:

1. Kanebo Sensai Cellular Performance Cream Foundation in Warm Beige (all shades swatched HERE and the formula reviewed in its entirety HERE)

2. RoC Multicorrexion 5 in 1 Perfecting Cream

Above: The RoC Multi Correxion 5 in 1 Perfecting Cream is a wonderful tinted primer or light base with anti-aging benefits to boot!
Above: Swatches of the RoC Multi Correxion in direct sunlight.

3. Vaseline Lip Therapy Rosy Lips

Above: Rosy Lips: a tinted twist on classic Vaseline!  
Above: A swatch of Rosy Lips in direct sunlight.

4. Dr. Haworth Heel No Pain Active Analgesic Foot Spray

Above: This purse-sized spray is a life saver for heel lovers!

5. Lancome Visionnaire Blur (to be released next month)

Above: My trial of Lancome Visionnaire Blur…smooth skin in a tube. 
Above: The formula is silky and disappears upon contact with the skin.  
Above: Swatches of Visionnaire Blur in direct sunlight.

6. Cle de Peau Lipgloss in #5 and #12

Above: Cle de Peau Lipgloss #5 is a gleaming bright baby pink.
Above: A swatch of #5 in direct sunlight.
Above: Cle de Peau Lipgloss #12 is a glistening diamond white.
Above: A swatch of #12 in direct sunlight.

7. Jenny Patinkin Brushes

Above: The gorgeousness that is Jenny Patinkin brushes.

8. Beauty Is Life Compact Powder in Light Beige

Above: The Beauty Is Life Compact Powder in Light Beige is a pigmented, medium coverage powder for NC 20-25 skin tones…it makes the skin look like porcelain.

9. Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes in #106

Above: Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes #106 is a brown/taupe/plum shade with no shimmer. 
Above: Swatchees of Ellis Faas Creamy eyes in #106 and #108 (another favorite)!

10. Laura Mercier Longwear Creme Eye Pencils

Above: Laura Mercier Longwear Creme Eye Pencils. 
Above: Swatches of the Longwear Creme Eye Pencils in direct sunlight.

11. “A Broken Kind of Beautiful” by Katie Ganshert

Above: A Broken Kind of Beautiful is available for pre-order right now!

12. Diptique Le Sablier Figuier

Above: The Diptique Le Sablier comes in two stunningly-constructed pieces.
Above: The harmony of both elements + the intoxicating scent of fig.  

I hope you enjoyed the video and images and welcome your questions and comments!

What’s on YOUR radar as of late?


–The Beauty Professor

**Some products are PR sample provided for review (the rest, purchased by me) , however, as always,  all of my opinions are expressly and unequivocally my own.  This post contains  affiliate links; my disclosure policy contains additional details on how these work.

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  • Anonymous Reply

    Hi Rachel,

    Thanks for this! Where did you find the Haworth Heel Spray? It's not listed at Walmart or Foot Locker, and the Dr Haworth website isn't working. Any extra info would be great!



    February 25, 2014 at 5:24 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Hello Angela,

      My pleasure ; ) I just changed the Haworth Heel Spray link and it should take you directly to the order page should you be interested!


      –The Beauty Professor

      February 26, 2014 at 4:10 am
  • Unknown Reply

    Those Elias Faas look so nice!

    February 26, 2014 at 7:28 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      They are truly lovely, Erin…tons of pigment and remarkable lasting power!


      –The Beauty Professor

      February 27, 2014 at 12:46 am
  • strongestrose Reply

    Loved the video and the Ellis Faas looks amazing! Do you have any issues with the click pen? I have heard some complaints, so I worry, but the colors are gorgeous! I think I need them! I am also curious about the Sensai in the Warm Beige. I am wondering if I should also switch for the rest of the winter as I am unusually pale. I looked at the swatches again, and it seems a tad warmer than the Natural Beige. Do you find this to be true? Thank you so very much!! Stay dry!! Hugs, shoshana

    February 27, 2014 at 2:54 am
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Hello Shoshana!

      Thank you so much ; ) The Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes formula is amazing and I, personally, haven't experienced any issues with the click pen (though my mom did). The Sensai in Warm Beige is good, but the more I work with it, the more I realize that the undertones in Natural Beige are better for me so I will likely go back to #22 and just add a drop of lighter foundation to keep things from getting too dark. Goodness…spring is right around the corner so I can't be this pale for too much longer ; )

      Stay safe and dry, my friend! I will be braving the weather to be at The Makeup Show!


      –The Beauty Professor

      February 27, 2014 at 8:46 pm
    • strongestrose Reply

      Thank you so much for the information regarding the Warm Beige! This helps a great deal, and I will stick with the Natural Beige. While today was a true wintery day, I know you are right and that spring is upon us! I will have to try the Ellis Faas; a boutique near me recently started carrying the line and it's just too hard to resist after those swatches!

      I hope the Makeup Show was a blast, and that you were safe out there in the madness! 🙂

      March 1, 2014 at 6:40 am
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      My pleasure…its funny how a few days of experimenting can really clarify something! So glad you have an Ellis Faas retailer nearby. Such a good line. I just picked up a few more EF products at the The Makeup Show…the "Lights" in gold and silver are amazing for a sparkling effect on the eyes.

      The show was incredible…thanks for your kind sentiments! Full recap soon ; )

      Hope your weekend has been lovely…xoxo and talk soon,

      –The Beauty Professor

      March 2, 2014 at 10:40 pm

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