L’Oreal says: This revolutionary souffle texture is extremely luxurious with an innovative air-whipped souffle texture that delivers an instant flush of color and blends seamlessly. $12.95 for 0.3oz.
Overall: I had a hard time getting this to show up on my cheeks after blending it in. Layering it caused it to get a little weird, like I was trying to layer a powder. It’s very soft and smooth. Dry skin types, steer clear of this. If you have combo/oily skin and are looking for a very sheer blush, this would work for you.
Glitter Rating: 2 / 5
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Did you know that Thursday is my least favorite day of the week? I really don’t know why, but I just loathe Thursdays. I don’t even like the word.. Thursday…
Well, at least I always have affordable drugstore products to cheer me up! Check out this amazing product from Neutrogena!
Is it enough to get rid of my Thursday blues? (more…)
I don’t know why, but I insist on carrying 12-15 lip products on me at all times. You never know when you’ll need to spontaneously put on red lipstick or need a light pink gloss. What else do I carry in my purse? These two bad boys.
It’s one of those things where once I got them, I wondered how I ever functioned without them. Check it out! (more…)
These two products are said to be very similar, even some people on MakeupAlley would argue that they’re exactly the same. While the chafing gel is obviously not meant to be used as a primer, someone, somewhere, somehow decided to use this on their face. And isn’t it always great to find a great beauty product with a low price tag? So to say that this $7 gel works the same as the Smashbox $36 primer… is it too good to be true?
*Please note, that is a sample size of the Smashbox
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Sonia Kashuk and Susan G. Komen have more in common than their initials…
I keep strolling by this brush set at my local Target and convincing myself not to buy it. I mean… I guess I don’t NEED it… but it’s so dang cute. I think if it’s still there on Sunday I’ll take the plunge.
As the seasons change from summer to fall, my allergies like to change with it. Just as I’m starting to miss the hot summer days in my sundress and wedges, the autumn greets me with a snotty nose and watery eyes. Oh, joy.
This lead me to my local Target the other day to scope out some allergy pills. I strolled into the store on a mission, no intention of stopping by the cosmetics isle…. I decide to walk through the bath isle instead. I mean, it’s on the way to the pharmacy anyway…
To my delight I see a bunch of orange clearance stickers on the “One” bath and body products. This brands selling point is not only the natural ingredients, but also their eco-conscious packaging. I’m sold.
I picked up a lemon scented sugar scrub. I’ve been longing for the Burt’s Bees Cranberry and Pomegranate Sugar Scrub for quite some time now, but seeing how it’s $13 for 8oz and the One was on sale for $6 for the same amount of product… I’m sold.