Let’s see I do believe I’ve tried just about everything to banish blackheads! A stick, a serum, a mask, strips, a hot gel, a scrub, a peel, a powder, even a sponge…there’s been a lot of efforts to attack those pesky, deeply embedded blackheads on my nose. The one thing I haven’t tried is a brush!
Yes, a brush!
Innisfree Blackhead Out Brush is a brush that supposedly buffs blackheads away.
Hmmm I’ll try it but count me skeptical!
Lunasol Cool Beige Three Dimensional Eyes is one of several palettes Lunasol released sometime ago as part of the general catalog. If you’ve never purchased a Lunasol Eyeshadow Palette before or even seen one you’re in for a treat as they do some might fine eyeshadow palettes.
Let’s take a look!
Have you met Mizon’s little mascot King to the Kong? He makes an appearance on the Mizon King to the Kong All in One Cleanser and many other fine Mizon products. I think he’s rather darling! Those big juicy lips, his love for great skincare, and that king of all things beauty attitude really has me crushing!
Mizon’s popular King to the Kong Skincare Collection has gained quite a cult following in Korea and recently in the US as Evil-bayers started stocking their online stores with many Mizon products.
I dunno what it is but a cartoon on my beauty products pulls me in like no one’s business. I put a ton of importance on good packaging and Mizon def has that whimsical packaging I favor.
So what is Mizon King to the Kong All In One Cleanser?
Jump ahead, you’ll be amazed with this one!
Looks like Pop Beauty CC Cream could prove promising as it has a color adapting technology! You know how much I love my Tony Moly Luminous Pure Aura CC Cream so count me curious if the new Pop Beauty CC Cream can stand a chance at adapting to my skin tone correctly.
All of the latest CC Creams releasing in the US including Clinique, Lumene, and other brands come in a few shade selections. The general idea of the CC Cream was to start out white with tiny color adapting capsules which burst upon application and adjust to your skin tone. Granted, in most cases this never works but I’m seeing many Korean brands that do actually embrace the technology and successfully work as I’ve tried many of them!
Pop Beauty’s new CC Cream embraces this technology so count me curious if they are successful with it!
Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Multi-Targeted BB Cream ($32.50) is the latest BB Cream to enter to ever growing market. Available in three shades this contains an SPF 30 and promises in all-on-one beauty balm that’s lightweight with buildable coverage.
Take a look!