August Favorites

|| Morphe2 Hint Hint Skin Tint in Hint of Ivory || I just mentioned this in my June favorites, but I’m sharing it again because it is all I’ve been wearing. It’s too freaking hot for a lot of makeup. I love this because I can get the coverage I want and it’s SO lightweight on the skin. || Fenty Beauty Bright Fix Brightener Concealer … Continue reading August Favorites

5 Irreplaceable Products

These are 5 products that are in my collection at all times. I can’t live without them and I don’t hear people talking about them. Y’all need to stop sleeping on these products! Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Foundation –$12 at Ulta –F0.5 is my perfect, spot on shade match –Long lasting –Buildable, full coverage (you can sheer it out depending on how … Continue reading 5 Irreplaceable Products

Dr. Jart + Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30

Claims–Green-to-beige treatment to correct redness and prevent UV damange–Cover blemishes–Neutralize redness–Help heal sensitive skin inflammation, irritation, or discomfort Price–$52 for 1.7 oz–$18 for 0.5 oz—Sephora, drjart.com Pros–Mini size for travel/testing–SPF 30–Free from 10 harmful ingredients known to cause skin irritation–Ingredients to support skin’s moisture barrier, vibrant appearance, and protect from environmental stressors–Covers/cancels redness–Easy to blend/press in–Evens skintone–Not too thick or heavy Cons–Availability–Not cruelty free–Price–Too dark … Continue reading Dr. Jart + Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30

Tula–Need or nah?

Tula is pushed by so many influencers, so much that I’ve always been hesitant to try it. When posts are so heavily sponsored, I have a hard time believing that they’re THAT good. I decided to give some of them a try. Protect + Glow Daily Sunscreen Gel SPF 30 Brighten Up Smoothing Primer Gel Face Filter Blurring and Moisturizing Primer Glow Hour Brightening and … Continue reading Tula–Need or nah?

Simple Kind to Skin Skincare

If you saw last week, I finished up my Neutrogena Bright Boost skincare earlier this month and now I’m moving on to trying Simple skincare. Why Simple? –Cruelty free –Made for sensitive skin –Hypoallergenic –Dermatologist tested –Non-comedogenic –Ophthalmologist-tested –Vegan –Affordable –Easily accessible –Good ingredients NO –Harsh chemicals –Artificial colors –Fragrance –Parabens –Drying alcohol –Animal derived ingredients Products  —Moisturizing Facial Wash —Smoothing Facial Scrub —Soothing Facial … Continue reading Simple Kind to Skin Skincare

Neutrogena Bright Boost Wrap Up

I started using the Neutrogena Bright Boost line on January 1 and finished it up on June 5. You can read all the details of this line on my original post here. The products I used–Resurfacing Micro Polish, Illuminating Serum, Gel Cream, and Moisturizer with Sunscreen. Resurfacing Micro Polish –Very fine granules –Gentle –Can add more/less water to dilute/make more gentle –Skin feels clean and … Continue reading Neutrogena Bright Boost Wrap Up

Neutrogena Bright Boost Skincare Line

For the next few months, I’m going to set my current skincare aside and use products from Neutrogena’s new Bright Boost line. In my current routine, I use products from several different brands and lines. I haven’t used one specific brand or one specific product line in a long time so I’m interested to see how this goes. Clearly, these products are made to be … Continue reading Neutrogena Bright Boost Skincare Line

Best of The Rest 2019

Today’s post will cover the rest of the best for 2019–skincare, hair, and miscellaneous. If you missed the Best of Beauty 2019 post, you can read it here. Formula 10.0.6 Skin Hydrating Cleansing Gel GlamGlow Gentlebubble Cleanser Physicians Formula The Perfect Matcha 3-in-1 Melting Cleansing Balm Pond’s Cleansing Balm First Aid Beauty Hello FAB Coconut Micellar Makeup Melter bliss Rose Gold Rescue Gentle Foaming Cleanser … Continue reading Best of The Rest 2019

Mask Monday: Neutrogena Deep Clean Purifying Peel Off

Claims –Unclog pores –Leaves skin clear & soft –Remove excess oil, dirt, and impurities –Easily peels off, no rinsing required Price –$2.50 at Wal Mart –$2.99 at Walgreens Pros –Affordable –Oil free –Smells good –Pretty color –Easily accessible –Easy to peel off –Cooling sensation when applied –Non-comedogenic –Leaves skin soft & smooth –Ingredients: lactic acid, AHAs, glycolic acid Cons –Single use only –Not cruelty free … Continue reading Mask Monday: Neutrogena Deep Clean Purifying Peel Off

Mask Monday: Sleeping Masks

What are they? A sleeping mask is used as the last step of your skincare routine to provide added moisture, brighten & purify, and help seal in your serum, oil, and moisturizer. Different masks have different ingredients so depending on that, you can use more of less frequently. You can use over a moisturizer or in place of, up to you. I, personally, don’t like … Continue reading Mask Monday: Sleeping Masks