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Beauty Babble: Makeup On The Go

Beauty Babble

Hey Chicas!

I was feeling the need to Beauty Babble today as it’s been a while since we did one.

If you want to babble with me here’s how it works. To play the game you’ll basically be filling in a series of questions about what you’d do in certain situations where cosmetics would be needed.

Today’s babble is about makeup on the go!

Jump ahead to read my babblings and submit your own if you’re wanting to play!

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Chic, Fall Find: Cargo The Runway Palette

Cargo The Runway Palette

Oh hello cute little chic palette from Cargo. How sweet are you? Cargo The Runway Palette is quite a little cutie with a pattern of a sweater complete with buttons this little palette makes the Muse feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

Jump ahead for the deets!

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Beauty Most Unusual: Cargo Liquid Foundation

Props to Cargo for creating foundation in a packaging that resembles that of an IV drip.


God forbid I’m ever in need of an IV drip, Cargo Liquid Foundation would be my IV of choice.

Unconventional or innovative packaging?

Beauty Most Unusual for the most part….

What do you think?

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Steal It: Cargo PlantLove Eye Shadow Quad


Like this quad?

Cargo PlantLove Eye Shadow Quad contains four full-sized Cargo PlantLove Eyeshadows. Each shadow is a shimmering, highly pigmented shade that’s organic and paraben-free!

The quad is $25 bucks at Sephora but you can steal it for….

$5 bucks!

Eep! Sephora has the quad available for a mere $5 dollars right now. Shades included are Iris (deep violet shimmer), Thyme (pale golden olive shimmer), Zinnea (copper gold shimmer), and Ginger (warm orange brown shimmer).

Quite worthy of a pick up dontcha agree? I just plopped one in my cart, might as well. Swatches and review to follow!

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Cargo Blu_Ray Polishing Clothes Review

Speaking of exfoliation….we were talking about it a few posts up and since the Muse has a one track mind, might as well stick to the topic she was on earlier….what was I saying?

Oh ya!

Speaking of exfoliation Cargo Blu_Ray Polishing Clothes kinda butter my toast lately!


Jump ahead for a review, a babble, and some pictures!

Cargo Blu_Ray Polishing Clothes are a box of 20 facial exfoliating clothes that are meant to shrub away dead skin and polish your face up to a baby smooth finish.

And they don’t work….

At first anyway.

They do promise the world in a small box like removing makeup, preventing blackheads and ache, and reducing the signs of sun damage and honestly I can’t really say they do ALL that but they do actually make my skin buttery soft but first I had to learn how to use them.

First try they do nothing. I really seen no results at all but than….slowly…I noticed my skin becoming smooth, softer, and my moisturizer was sinking in hells quicker. If you’re as impatient as I am and want to see results double quick you’ll be disappointed as these definately do not give results right away. With patience and proper use you’ll notice a certain smoothness to your skin in about two weeks of use. I’m lucky I didn’t give up right away on them otherwise I’d have not noticed how properly soft my skin was after I used them well over a month.


The clothes are reusable so you can get plenty of use from one package although it is slightly gross to reuse considering bacteria and the likes. I got about 4 uses total from one cloth before I was feeling the need to ditch them. The best results I noticed were when I used these on a already clean, damp skin with a drop of Philosophy Microdelivery squeezed on the cloth.


I was quite frustrated not seeing results right away and I was on the verge of simply tossing the box but I was stubborn and kept at it and now I’m done with my first box and ready for a new one as I’m loving the results. One of my main problems with exfoliating products is the fact that they make my dry skin even more dry and tight. If I choose I can use these on clean, damp skin minus product so it’s a natural way to remove my dry, flaky skin without adding product to an already dry face that will in turn make it feel even worst.

All in all I think they are a fine deal and worth trying out. I liked the results and noticed a grave improvement when applying foundation and moisturizer!

Likey!

Anyone try?

Loves ‘em?

Leaves ‘em?

Tell the Muse!

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