Forget the Zombie Apocalypse, let’s talk about the Argan Oil one. My girl Josie is all about infusing everything with argan oil.
Josie is all about that argan oil in her cosmetics and skincare and she recently introduced her new cleansing bars and yes, you guessed it, argan oil is in those bad boys too!
I find that anything that promises to roll away my puffiness, dark circles, and tired eyes almost never works.
No way, no how.
But I do trust in Shu so maybe their new Roll Away Instant Eye Fatigue Corrector might just do the trick at erasing my bags!
Let me tell ya, Pan Am, is all about the visual candy because the substance of the drama is so snoring boring…..
I thought this was the break out hit for Fall…? What the hell happened? Seriously, if it wasn’t for the clothes, hair, makeup, and accessories I’d have deleted it from my Tivo three episodes ago.
Gimme zombies and haunted houses, forget 60’s glam….!
Speaking of retro Stewardess’…Attention Please, a brand I recently introduced you too, seems to be doing some pimping for Pan Am as their packaging gathers up the retro vibe of travel days gone by.
Let’s take a look at Attention Please Make Base Cream and see if it offers anything better than the Pan Am TV show does. Yawn.
Korean brand, Tony Moly, has a skincare range that’s taken Korea by storm…what’s so amazing about it?
It contains over 70% Snail Mucus…ya know, that friendly little slimy trail snails leave behind as they slowly crawl away.
Are you ok with skincare that contains snail mucus?
How about over 70% of it?
Princess Carnival is a range of sheet masks from Asian brand IsQueen. The facial sheet mask collection has a cutesy, “My Beauty Diary” feel about them.
These are fairly inexpensive at about $5 for 5 masks each however since we are in the US we do have to worry about paying online retailers far more for them. It would be ever so nice if sheet masks were as easily to come by in our drugstores as they are in Asian ones. Facial Sheet Masks we do have access to such as from brands like Shu Uemura are triple the price in the North American market.