Revlon Colorstay Makeup for Combination/Oily Skin | Review

Revlon Colorstay Makeup for Combination Oily Skin Ivory

For years, I’ve heard and read numerous positive reviews about the Revlon Colorstay Makeup and how it’s the perfect drugstore foundation for oily skin. But back then I was wary because I experienced some bad reactions from a couple of drugstore products and as a result, I didn’t trust them all that much. However, over the years, I’ve seen how drugstore brands have upped their game and made better formulas. And I felt it was finally time I tried the Colorstay Foundation. Continue reading


2017 in Review Part 2: Misses, Pans and Empties

So yesterday, I showed you all my makeup picks of the year. Today, I’ll be sharing more products with you, some didn’t leave a good impression while others are good enough I had finished it off. In summary, these are my misses, pans and empties for 2017.


2017 Product Misses

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2017 in Review: Makeup Picks of the Year

Best Makeup Picks in 2017

Hello, hello! Another year has ended and as per tradition, you get to see which products made my list. Unlike last year when I did separate posts for each makeup category, (e.g. highlighters, eyeshadow palettes, etc.), I’ll be just putting all of my picks here in one entry. There’s no order to this so let’s start. Continue reading

Shiseido Synchro Skin Lasting Liquid Foundation | Review

Shiseido Synchro Skin Lasting Liquid Foundation5

I’ve been curious about Shiseido’s makeup line for the longest time. Their skincare is actually pretty awesome to begin with and I just want to know if their makeup is just as good. And their foundation is the first one I got to try. Continue reading

My Skiplist No.1: Makeup I Won’t Be Buying

Skiplist No.1 2017

If you’ve been following my blog for some time now, you’d know I have these wishlists that more often than not never get totally fulfilled. Today though, I”ll be doing things a little differently. Maybe you’ve seen other bloggers do an ‘anti-haul’ list, well it’s quite similar to it except I’m labeling mine as a “Skiplist” to contradict my “Wishlist”. Continue reading