As a Sephora employee, I hear a lot of unpopular makeup opinions. I also get the luxury of trying every new product that rolls its way onto the black tile. But before I was a Sephora doll, I was a CVS drugstore beauty die-hard, and after you swatch enough liquid lipsticks and shimmer shadows, you start to wonder what that $20 price difference really boils down to. Is buying drug store makeup bad for you or your skin? Does using drugstore brands make you "bad" at makeup?
When the Stupid Love music video dropped, I was praying for an 80s banger with cinematography and choreo to oust Madonna at her prime. I was manifesting a storyline comprable to Paparazzi because Miss Stefani deserves that for her big comeback. I was begging the universe for her to touch up her roots for the first time in months for this. At least we got a wig. I guess.
It's 2007. Your best friend calls you on the landline to let you know her mom will be picking you up in their mini van and taking you guys to the mall to get makeovers at Club Libby Lu. You make your own sparkly lip gloss and buy some Hannah Montana merch with birthday money from your grandma. Life is good.
glowy skin. perfectly toned golden blonde locks. thick au naturale brows. elven ears so perfect no plastic surgeon could dream of crafting them.
a lot of people in my life definitely thought i went insane when i came home with a freshly shaved head for thanksgiving in 2018. and i don't blame them!
i happily graduated high school in 2017 with a face of tinted moisturizer and boom! i was on my way into the real world. however, since then i've acquired a lot of adult acne and a penchant for looking like a freak of nature and thus, i am now a makeup "artist".