Monday, June 6, 2011

Darling Girl Haul!

So, as you may know, I broke my no-buy with a Darling Girl haul, made twice as large by the generosity of Just Peachy's Jill, my no-buy buddy. Here's pics of (almost) everything, plus the three items I had from my first Darling Girl mini-haul last fall.

Last fall, I ordered two eyeshadows and a blush - Wicked, Chocolate Cosmos, and Impetuous. All wonderful. A month or so ago, I got a sample pod of Midnight Train Aqua Liner in a swap. I ordered four shadows (petit size), a cream blush (sweet coron), two lip balms (chocolate orange truffle and caramelized mango), a dry oil spray (citrus green), a lip scrub (chocolate orange truffle), the glitter glue, and Mermaid Tails aqua liner.

All - left to right
Top: Mermaid Tails Aqua Liner; Midnight Train
Middle: Wicked; Chocolate Cosmos; Chimera; Belle
Bottom: Clusterfluff; Magic Dragon; My Little Pony; Polaris

Left: Impetuous blush. Right: Sweet Coron Sweet Cheeks Cream blush.

The shadows are beautiful and creamy. The texture is wonderful, and everybody needs My Little Pony, especially if you're a fan of Urban Decay's Asphyxia - this is a paler, less pink version of that - lavender with a pale green sheen.

The lip balms are flavored, but not in an overpowering sort of way. I like the two I picked. I'm undecided on the lip scrub - I think I like it, but the grains are super huge.

I haven't had a chance to use Sweet Coron or the glitter glue yet.

Mermaid Tails is BEAUTIFUL. I love it. Flat out.

The dry oil is harder to use than I wanted it to be - you really can only get a nice, fine mist out of an aerosol can, and an indie company just can't do that. The oil itself is very moisturizing and sinks in fast.

Have you tried Darling Girl? What did you think?


  1. Darling Girl is on my must-try list.

  2. So glad your order arrived! I got mine Saturday! I also got a sample of Chimera and Belle. Isn't Chimera amazing!? And Sweet Coron is one of my favorite blushes! Yay for Darling Girl!

  3. Yay, so glad you liked your haul! :D I've never used a sugar scrub, but I thought the small grains were really rough on my lips, so I decided to mix large grains with small, seems a little less hard on my mouth. lol

  4. VijiiS - yes, you must! She has very reasonably priced shadow samples, so you can start without having to spend much at all.

    Jill - Chimera is really pretty. I'm practically ready to drool at it (and everything). I love it all!

    Susan - good point on the small grains - the only other lip scrub I've ever used is Tarte's Frixion, so maybe I just need to learn how to use a jarred scrub. You're doing a great job!!!