Eye of Horus Cosmetics Brow Define Dynasty | Review

Eye of Horus Dynasty Brow Define Medium Brown

Happy Monday guys! How have you been lately? Today I’m going to review the brow pencil from Eye of Horus. I’ve actually had it for months now and I won it in one of their giveaways. I don’t really use it everyday because I’m always rotating other brow products (yes, I currently have the Benefit, K-Palette, Shu Uemura brow pencils and this on rotation) in the hopes that I’ll be able to finish them all quickly before they expire. Anyway, after a long time, I’m ready to put down my review for it. Continue reading

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ColourPop Cosmetics Her Pressed Powder Cheek Palette | Review

ColourPop Her Pressed Powder Cheek Palette4

A few days ago, I reviewed the She Pressed Powder Shadow Palette and I gave it two thumbs up. Today, I’ll be telling you my opinion regarding the cheek palette from same collection by Karrueche Tan. Continue reading

ColourPop Cosmetics She Pressed Powder Shadow Palette | Review

ColourPop Shr Pressed Powder Shadow Palette

My review of the She Pressed Powder Shadow Palette from ColourPop should’ve been up over the weekend but my friends and I went on a road trip. I was too tired when I got home to even bother opening up my laptop. Anyway, today’s the day for that delayed review. Let’s get on with it! Continue reading

Wet N Wild Photo Focus Foundation | Review

Wet N Wild Photo Focus Foundation

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

Violet Voss Ride or Die Palette | Review

Violet Voss Cosmetics Ride or Die Palette

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