Ah the old dark spot corrector….
I thank Clinique every single day for bringing hyper pigmentation and dark spots to the beauty world’s attention. I tried to love their Clinical Dark Spot Corrector but technically it was more about me using it religiously and convincing myself of how great it was working when it actually wasn’t doing much at all.
On the upside, I really appreciate the trend they created because the dark spot world was sadly lacking and now the market is saturated with a slew of options for correcting hyper pigmentation, dark spots, and sun damage. Praise the skincare gods!
I have a small amount of hyper pigmentation I’d like to correct that’s located on my jawline/lower cheek area so I’ve been trying every single dark spot corrector around.
Believe me I’ve been through numerous bottles that promise me the world and by far the best one I’ve tried is Philosophy’s Miracle Worker Dark Spot Corrector.
You NEED this.
Good Morning Sunshine.
Take a deep breath, smell that? It’s the sweet smell of eau de wet dog aka Hope in a Jar. It’s been a while since I’ve owned a jar of Hope in a Jar but I remember and recall very distinctively its awful smell. It’s the top reason I simply couldn’t get on board with it.
All of the Philosophy Miracle Worker products are on my hit list and I use them daily but Hope in a Jar is something that will never grace my vanity again.
Let’s hope the new Philosophy Take a Deep Breath Oil Free Energizing Oxygen Gel Cream Moisturizer doesn’t fall victim to the scent of wet dog.
Able to clear skin in seconds, leap tall pimples in a single bound, and zap ‘em until they don’t come back!
Benefit Boo Boo Zap is back!
…with new packaging.
Gather round ladies, slap your neon pink tutus on, and jump into my pink Cadillac, let’s take a trip to Betseyville today so we can get a look at the new Sephora by OPI Betsey Johnson Nail Collection.
You know this is going to be funky, vibrant, and fun right?
Holika Holika is a popular brand that’s taking Korean by storm courtesy the Harry Potter-like marketing of the products and stores.
Their skincare comes in potion-like bottles and jars that has a witch-y kinda look to it. Very cute in my opinion but that goes without saying when it comes to Korean brands.
Of course, they also have color cosmetics as well in equally delightful packaging (and CNBLUE slapped into a few commercials helps things along dramatically, pause for fan girl squeal! You know you want members of CNBLUE applying your makeup, don’t be lying!).
I was curious about the skincare but I had my doubts about how effective it would be considering this line is geared more towards a younger generation of makeup and skincare users.
But I indulged in the Holika Holika Medi-Medi Vita C Pack Skin Brightening Wash Off Mask since I have my little obsessions with whitening/brightening products.
Let’s take a look!