Micellar water is one of my favorite makeup innovations in the past few years. It removes stubborn eye makeup without oil, it fixes makeup mistakes without leaving behind a residue and it doesn’t burn your eyes or skin like some eye makeup removers do. Since going vegan in the beginning of the year, I’ve had to switch up my skincare routine to cruelty-free and vegan products. Pacifica has a ton of micellar waters, but this was available when I went to Target. How does the Pacifica Micellar Cleansing Tonic stand up against my favorite micellar waters? Read below!
It’s been a hot while since a favorites post! Quite frankly, I wasn’t into these posts anymore. It seemed like a chore to gather favorites and at one point I was gathering random things to use in these posts. That’s not what a good blogger does! But after a friend told me that they missed my favorite posts I thought I would bring them back. Check out my May Favorites Feat. Milk Makeup products!
Today I’m doing my first Lush review! How nuts is that? I’ve had this blog for two years (I know!!!) and I still haven’t reviewed any Lush products. I’m reviewing the brand new Lush Bunny Moon Jelly Face Mask. These jelly face masks just came out on Sept. 1, and I snagged one of them during my last visit in store. Find out what I think of the Lush Bunny Moon Jelly Face Mask down below!
We’ve all seen it in every magazine we’ve read: supplements will help your hair, skin and nails grow longer, stay pimple free, and grow stronger. I’ve tried biotin, collagen and multi-vitamins to help my nails grow faster, stronger and longer. But those three left me with acne, nasty hair, and no help in growing the strong nails that I wanted. I don’t know how I found out about liquid silica, but after reading only one article, I knew that I would give this a try. In that article, the author explained that they used liquid silica for nail growth and hair growth, but mostly for nail growth. They said that biotin hadn’t helped them grow nails, but liquid silica did. It was on sale on Amazon that week, so I said “why not” and decided to try it out. Read below for my 30 day update!
It’s February empties time, which means me explaining my trash! Does anyone else think this concept is weird yet oddly satisfying? Looking at all the empties I’m accumulated during the month makes me feel better about my purchasing habits. It also makes me feel accomplished that I used up an entire product. Read what I thought about all these products down below!
As with most people, a new year means an excuse for a new you. It’s finally a time to try out new things: a new makeup look, new skincare routine or maybe a new signature scent. For me it meant focussing on what I really love. That meant a focus on skincare and fragrance. Check out what my January favorites are!
It’s winter, so that means your skin probably feels like a tight, angry desert. I know mine does! My cold last week kicked my skin’s butt and made my supple, glowy skin look haggard and like I took sand paper to my nose. After living in New York most of my life and now living in New England, I have a pretty good winter skincare routine down to combat awful winter skin. Check out my top 3 winter skincare essentials!
I’ve always wanted to try products from Glossier, but I always convince myself that I don’t need them. I’ll either say that I already have a cleanser that I already like or I do the math to figure out whether the $18 Milky Jelly Cleanser is cheaper per oz. than my current $22 cleanser. Why would I do this when I want to try the brand so bad? I’m not sure. But I finally convinced myself to try something from this brand, so for Christmas I received the Glossier The Supers serums. These serums receive a ton of hype on YouTube, on blogs and on Instagram, and I was skeptical about trying these. But did they live up to the hype? Read my Glossier The Supers review down below!