We've added some new eye shadows to the line - they're Limited Editions created specifically for IMATS. Translation: the display I used held more shades than I carried, so I made new colors. For the most part, these shades are more bold than my usual shades, just from the very nature of the type of people who attend IMATS. Once they sell out, they're probably going to be gone. Mint was the biggest seller at the show, and as of the time I write this post, there are only two left.
Also on the "short list" is our Cream to Powder shadows. I've always hated making these, but they're cool. They're also time consuming to make, and I can only make 2-3 at a time. I've always had in the back of my mind that these will be goners, but just started running out of the ingredients to make them, so what's made is made, and what's sold out is gone forever. If you've ever been curious about these shadows, now is the time to pick one up.
I bought some little flat top baby bukis to use for application demonstrations at IMATS, with no intention of ever doing anything else with them. Everyone liked them so much, I've brought them in as a permanent item. They're a very soft, yet dense synthetic taklon hair, and are great for throwing in your purse, your desk, or for use with samples, and you won't break your bank to own one. Another new brush added: a duo-fiber full sized kabuki.
Finally, our anniversary is coming up! September 18th will mark the 3rd anniversary of our first day in business. Each year has exponentially grown over the previous, and it's all thanks to you guys. So I need some ideas on how to celebrate. I can't do another Woot-Off style sale like I did for my