1. Everything and Anything Olaplex
FACE (a.k.a. the hostest with the mostest).
Published 2 months ago
Toners are my be all, end all in my skin care routine. In other words, I cannot do without toners. Out of everything, toners are of the most importance to me. My preference does run to toners that leave my skin with that tingling feeling, and my cotton pad with the lingering residue. Now I am not an ingredient junkie, let alone a chemist, so I cannot call this an educational review by any means. It is more of an experience based review. I have finished or used up these toners in the last twelve-sixteen months.
We all love impulse buying makeup, especially when it has a cult following, intense marketing, and incredibly enticing packaging. However, sometimes it can be better to withhold your money for those amazing products that you can really get your use out of. For this list, I will be including eyeshadow, blush, contour and highlight palettes I believe contain the best and most useable everyday shades.
Published 4 months ago
Disclaimer: My intention is only to help my fellow human beings make an informed purchase.
I had a ton of reservations about Younique products for a very long time, even when my sister started selling makeup as a presenter. I never really felt like I could trust those companies because they all seemed too good to be true, and I wasn't confident in the products enough to buy them for myself. The company is focused more on makeup, and I never really was interested in spending a ton of money on products I didn't know how to use. But when Younique launched their You-ology line, I started getting more interested in their products because they were focused on skin care rather than makeup. My sister started letting me try her personal skin care products from the company's new line, and I ended up buying a few different items of my own. I have to say, the personalized day moisturizer is AMAZING.
Published 5 months ago
Disclaimer: My only purpose is to help my fellow human beings make an informed purchase.
If you haven't figured it out by now, which I'm sure you have given the name of my blog, mascara is very important to me! It's the beauty product I can't live without (besides concealer). I have tried tons of mascaras, both high end and drugstore, and through trial and error, I believe I have found the top drugstore mascaras. I swear, some of these work better than the high end mascaras I've tried. Let's get started with my top five drugstore mascaras!
Published 5 months ago
Disclaimer: It's really not that serious. Please don' get offended.
So full disclosure: I'm probably not the demographic for bath bombs. I'm a 21-year old male, who admittedly doesn't like taking baths. I kinda feel like I'm lying in my own dirt. So take everything you read with a pinch of salt.
I have always been obsessed with Lush. Since it came into malls way back when I was a young teen, I always loved their products. Lately, as the poor university student I am, I haven't really been able to afford them. Lush is amazing, perfect for sensitive skin, for ethical sourcing and production, and unlike stuff in Bath and Body Works, it actually smells good. They're expensive, but worth it in my opinion. At least every once in awhile. And a small note: I am allergic to coconut, so none of these products will have coconut in them.
Thank you so much to Chick Advisor and Aveeno for providing me with complimentary products to review. If you are interested in doing some reviews with Chick Advisor and getting the chance to test products before they hit the shelves or try-before-you-buy, stay till the end to find out how to join the product review club!