The Give it To Me Straight Palette from ColourPop includes 12 shades with 7 mattes and 5 metallics with a mixture of copper and muave. Which are definitely the shades that I gravitate towards regardless of the time of year. The mattes have quite a bit of kick back but apply beautifully on the lids. I really love this palette and can see it being a staple on my makeup desk (when I finally have a makeup area again).
After bleaching out all of the dark red into my hair then going dirty blonde again, I started using Kristen Ess Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask. Which I got at target for $14, and contains 6.7 fl oz. So I’ve been using this one container of the moisture mask for around five months and I probably should’ve written this review a while ago but I just never got around to it.View Post
Tati Westbrook also known as GlamLifeGuru came out with her own brand called Halo Beauty around two months ago and I held off on getting the hair, nails, and skin booster at first due to all of the controversy. From people picking apart every ingredient to no before and after photos on the website during launch. As well as a clinical photo that also appears elsewhere on the internet. Overall, there was just a lot going on and I wasn’t sure at the time I wanted to pay $40 for beauty supplements that didn’t have a lot of proof behind it. So I waited until two weeks after most people had gotten there’s to see if it actually did something. Also, these supplements are supposed to be cruelty free, vegan, no preventatives, gluten free, sugar free, soy free, and no parabens. Which is wonderful.View Post
When I relaunched my blog and moved it from SquareSpace to WordPress, I decided to completely redo my cruelty-free guide so it would be interactive. This was not something that I could do over on SquareSpace and I have been working my butt off to bring this to you guys. Now it’s not 100% complete, as I still need to populate the table with all of my research. But the structure is there and all of the brands on the list have been confirmed by myself through getting the most updated policy as I possibly could. I will be working on filling out the rest of the guide so there aren’t blank spaces, but it’s coming. And I wanted to release it sooner rather than later.View Post
The Yes, Please! Palette from ColourPop is a warm tone dream. It was also the very first 12 pan palette that ColourPop released. I don’t know why it took me so long to get this palette as I love warm tones especially yellows and reds for summer months. But I’m glad I have this palette now especially as we head towards summer as it will get a lot of use.View Post
I used to use brow pencils all of the time for my eyebrows before switching to brow pomades. But I wanted to bring them back into my routine, since I don’t always start from scratch when I do my brows. Yes that’s not the best thing in the world as I leave whatever brow products I had on the day previously, but it saves me time. And on those days I just want to do some light touch up, so brow pencils seemed like a wonderful solution. So I needed up purchasing two different drugstore ones: Milani Stay Put Brow Pencil and ColourPop Boss Brow Pencil.View Post
The My Little Pony Palette is a collaboration palette ColourPop did with Hasbro. I was never a My Little Pony fan growing up and I still don’t get the hype about it. But after a lot of debate between the packaging and the shadows in the packaging… I decided to say screw it and get the palette. As I love having bright pops of colors which I had fun playing with over the past week. Though probably going forward I would just use the shades in here mixed with other palettes.View Post