I’m so tired of hearing you all moan about your pores so I had Bliss throw together a little gadget to help with that. Only kidding I like when you whine about your pores and everything else, lord knows you listen to me groan about everything and anything under the sun.
The Bourjois Paris Healthy Mix Collection has hit ASOS so I did some hauling and purchased the concealer and foundation recently.
I already reviewed the concealer and wasn’t too impressed to be honest. I imagine you’re curious what I think about the foundation right?
When I think of electrolytes I automatically think of brightly colored sports drinks a la Gatorade. I imagine if you took a big bottle of Gatorade with you when you go spelunking it could lead the way into those dark nooks and crannies.
When I go spelunking I tote along Chanel Brilliant Lip Shine in Pop and Laser, they glow in the dark you see.
Ahhh shadow base. Most important part of my regime me thinks. I actually use two bases one to brighten and prep my lid and one to hold my shadow in place, that’s how I roll, hardcore like that, makes me sound cool right?
So yeah, I def use two bases in the morning. I use Benefit Lemon Aid to prep and brighten up and I use Urban Decay Primer Potion to get my shadow to last all day but I’m up for trying new stuff. Bring it baby!
Sally Hansen Fast Fix Eye Shadow Base is the latest to hit my tester pile.
Jump it for the deets!
The Muse happens to be a firm believer that splurging on certain makeup items is a good thing that includes makeup brushes.
Brushes are such an important start to makeup application so dropping a little cash on some good ones is always in order as far as I’m concerned.
Not everyone has a lot of cash hanging around to splurge on a $30-$45 dollar blush brush though which is completely understandable particularly in this economy.
The E.L.F. Studio Brush Collection will set you back $3 for a brush and they are pretty nice!