Uh oh! Wallet unfriendly post ahead!
Urban Decay’s Friends and Family Discount is on ladies (and guys)! Get 30% off your total order @ Urban Decay!
Now might be a great time to grab some of the new lippes! $22 USD goes down to $15.40 USD per a lipstick! Sweet deal!
If you haven’t already read my review do check it out! Click!
And of course visit Urban Decay and enter coupon code FFL30 to get your 30% discount!
Most important, stop back here and tell the Muse all about your yummie purchases!
Do you have any really silly stuff in your beauty arsenal that you swear by?
Black Head Off Stick by B & C Laboratories is probably one of my most silliest items that I stash away in my beauty arsenal and often reach for, I’m embarrassed to admit I do use this!
Muse, what the hell is Black Head Off Stick anywhere?
This little guy is made by those same friendly people over at Sony who bring you great electronics and lip gloss too!
It’s a Japanese thing don’t ask me.
But I’m just happy to have a little stash of Black Head Off Sticks. I’ve been through about 3 in the last year.
Anyway I forgot to explain what it was didn’t I?
It looks like a lip balm but it’s actually a stick that you smooth over your nose and after that you proceed to rub the area and supposedly this “erases” your blackheads.
Don’t ask me why I continue using this thing but for some odd reason or another I’ve convinced myself that it’s improved the blackheads I get on my nose. Ok, granted not those deeply embedded suckers that you need acid to remove…BUT the ones at the surface are easily removed by swiping this across your nose a few times and briskly rubbing.
It also kinda makes my nose matte and less shiny….and this is weird…but my nose kind of looks brighter and fresher….does that make any sense?
Prob not but I think when they coined the phrase “powder your nose” the effect would be similiar to what Black Head Off Stick does to my nose!
Is it useless? Possibly.
Am I convinced it works?
Do I recommend it?
Sure why not!
It’s cheap as day old chips so yes I recommend picking one up. And hey you don’t even have to go to Japan (although if you have the means I highly recommend flying to Japan to get one! For cultural purposes only of course) to get it. Most Asian markets have these available and if not you can wander through my Japanese Shopping Guide and come across a few shops that carry this and it’s also available on E-bay for mere pennies.
The Muse likes it. Useless, possibly but I’m all for useless products!
What do you use for pesky blackheads on your nose?
Tell the Muse!
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Head into your local craft shop (Michaels, Jo-Ann, A.C. Moore, Etc…) and stroll down the woodcraft aisle, you should come across some of these cute, unfinished (customize ’em if you want with paint, stickers, rub ons, etc…) pencil cases for $1 USD each!
Use ’em to store lipsticks, glosses, eyeshadows, etc….
Beauty Math that equals easy, simple, and cheap cosmetic storage!
What are some of your cheap cosmetic storage ideas?
You might be missing Bourjois Paris from Sephora but have no fear QVC sells many of the items at a nice price!
In particular this trio of Bourjois Paris Shimmer Shine Liquid Eye Shadows caught the Muse’s eye:
$32 bucks nabs you all three! I’m kinda partial to that lovely aqua shade! The photo doesn’t do it justice (no that’s not gray it’s aqua honest!).
Item Number A50995
Read my review on Bourjois Paris Shimmer Shine Liquid Eye Shadow before you buy!