You look so pretty…

Fat and the Moon Lip & Cheek Stain

I love Fat & The Moon. I’ve reviewed their products before and interviewed the lady behind the brand, Rachel. She is a sweetheart and the products are really wonderful. This ruby gem is no exception. Read More

ON REPEAT

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I haven’t updated my everyday makeup staples in a long long while. These are the products I keep going back to, will cry if they ever stop making them and never seem to fail me. Read More

Powder your nose…

Powder your face

 

Face powder is one of those products I’ve always carried with me. In high school I would always ask my BFF Zoe if my face was shiny. My face was always shiny, today less so than it was back then, but I still keep a powder compact on hand. The one kind of powder I never really used was setting powder because I thought it was pointless and a scheme. While you can use any kind of powder to set your make up, I just thought it was an extra step that I really didn’t need. I was wrong. Read More

Want v. Need: Fall-ing

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Want v. Need, the struggle is real. Read More

File This Under, I Was SO Wrong

Bumble and bumble Hairdresser's Invisible Oil

I got a sample of this a while ago and after I received it I still had no idea what it was suppose to do. I looked it up on Sephora.com and it claimed the following: “This lightweight, quick-absorbing oil features a luxurious blend of six oils and two extracts that soften, tame flyaways, and add shine immediately and over time. Hair looks and feels healthy, smooth, silky, and conditioned.”  Read More

Worth The Purge

Revlon

 

I’ve been cleaning and purging my apartment, and it goes without saying that this includes beauty products. I have a whole legal box filled with goodies for friends when they come over to just go through. As my mom would say, “you have enough products for three lifetimes.” Anyway, while going through stuff, I came across this unsuspecting gem. Read More

Want v. Need

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Just a few lovely things I’m currently coveting. Want v. Need the struggle is real. Read More

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