Today’s post won’t be a product review. The reason is I’m trying to cram as much as I can for my review and starting today until I finish my exam, I’ll be posting less frequently. I’ll probably won’t write much reviews too because products generally require more thought and close observation from me which I really can’t afford right now. Instead, I might post something short every now and then just so you guys know I’m still kicking it, LOL.
Anyway, today I want to share my base routine this summer. Continue reading
Hi guys! Sorry for not posting for a couple of days now. The internet has gone and become a major problem this whole week (not that the internet from PLDT was ever fine to begin with). I couldn’t upload photos nor could I save my drafts. Anyway, I’ve been meaning to get around to reviewing the Stick Foundation from Anastasia Beverly Hills. I’ve had it since last year and it’s the least used foundation in my stash. Continue on reading to know why. Continue reading
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
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.
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