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Top row: Sun of India bronzing powder, Pink Safari Star Bronzer, Sparkling Cherub
Middle row: Coral Flirt, Butterfly Fever, La Roseraie, La Rose Liberté
Bottom row: Blason, Petit Tresor, Maison Lancôme
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Oh man, this is obsession with embossed designs ain't going anywhere... Sparkling Cherub? *Gulps*!
Looks like something that came out of the pages of some old novel...
Now I'm starting to wonder how many posts like this you got lined up!
January 24, 2013 at 03:20 AM
Haha!! Only one more of these posts for this week...but I do think it'll be a semi-regular feature!! Thanks so much for stopping by!
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January 24, 2013 at 07:08 AM
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