When it comes to drugstore brands, Wet N Wild ranks pretty high up my list. I like their cheek products very much and I’ve become aware of how the Photo Focus line has garnered a lot of praises and attention from the beauty community. Continue reading to find out how it did on me. Continue reading
With the Ride Or Die Palette, I guess that you’re going to be one of these three people. One, you’ll absolutely love everything about it to bits. Two, you will be sorely disappointed at the palette for a number of things. And three, you’re going to find something to love about it because you don’t want the $75 you spent on it to go to waste.
If you want to find out how the whole palette fares for me, read on more. Continue reading
I first encountered J.Cat Beauty’s baked shadows from Toni Sia’s YouTube channel when she recommended Dolce De Leche as a cheap alternative to the infamous The Balm’s Mary Lou Manizer in one of her videos. Well, I trust her and she has never steered me wrong so I went ahead and bought the same shade and another.
I know the rainbow highlighter became a trend last year and seems to be doing fine up to now. I bought the Wet N Wild Color Icon Rainbow Highlighter because it looks so pretty on Instagram and the numerous Youtube videos I’ve watched. Here’s my review of that highlighter. Continue reading
Since becoming a beauty blogger and being active on Instagram, I’ve been more aware of a lot of indie and cruelty-free brands. I’ve come across dozens of brands with eyeshadows that I want to get my hands on. And it’s my goal to try them all. That said, Pinky Rose Cosmetics has been on my radar since last year and it all began when I saw their Transition Palette. Continue reading