Monday, January 11, 2010

2009 Emily Awards: FACE!

Hey everyone! It's time for the 2nd Annual Emily Awards! A time where I sit down and figure out exactly what products were my favorites during the past year. For the 2008 awards, I only made one video for all of my favorite products. Looking back at that list, I realized that I left out some key categories, and to really do it right, I would need to make multiple videos to share my favorites. And while I'm at it, why not offer a high end favorite AND a drugstore favorite- if I indeed have a superior item from both categories?! It's going to be one heck of a busy week- but I'm doing it! A series of Emily Awards- highlighting the best in beauty... according to me! :)



click the link to see the video!


2009 Emily Awards: Part I

FACE


Best Primer

Best Liquid Foundation


Best Mineral Foundation


Concealer


Loose Powder


Pressed Powder


Bronzer


Contouring Blush


Colorful Blush


Cream Blush


Highlight


Finishing Powder


* denotes a 2-time winner


4 comments:

  1. I think I'll see about trying out that Maybelline sometime!! For some reason I was kinda expecting Revlon Colorstay to be the best drugstore foundation. That tends to be the highest rated amongst most blogs I stumbled upon. However, that Maybelline Superstay keeps being mentioned now that i think of it. Great choices for awards!!

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  2. Ms. Emily what color do you use in the Maybelline superstay?? Thank you so much for all your input....I really think alot of you and your "Awards"....Please keep up the great work.

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  3. I really, really wish I could get a color to match me in the Maybelline Superstay, however, they're all too yellow, too pink, or too dark. It feels amazing and lasted all day on my skin...but the yellow line I had on my neck was a little unflattering.

    Great post and I love tons of these too!

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  4. I currently own and love 8 of these face products and on the basis of the awards I think I will most definitely give the ELF products a try... I usually avoid the face stuff because it's hard to judge it from a teeny pic online but for £1.50 for each item I guess it wouldn't be a massive loss even if I wasn't too keen!

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