I love Lancome Bi-Facil with such a passion but damyum why is it so expensive? Ouchie! I used to use Sephora’s Eye Makeup Remover since it was cheap and easy to get however I’ve since moved on to Biore Makeup Remover for Eyes and Lips thanks to it being so easy to come by here in the US.
It’s produced for the Japanese market but it’s pretty much available in many Asian countries and the US in smaller Asian beauty shops plus it’s fairly cheap around here for around $6-$7.
My sister urged me to sit through an entire episode of Toddlers and Tiaras and I have to say I was fascinated by Mackenzie. She’s going to be the spokesperson for reasons why you shouldn’t have children.
O M G!
Out of control! If you loved this just youTube her up and you’ll see more of her incredible antics. She’s only four mine you.
Anyway, she was brought to my mind today because she had a Spa Day with a facial. She had a chocolate facial which she really didn’t want at all so you can imagine how she proceeded to throw herself on the floor and proceed to scream bloody murder. She did however spend alot of time eating the mask, girlfriend so does not need any sugar in her system as far as I’m concerned.
Dark Spot Correctors are really trending at the moment. Clinique broke ground with their Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector and ever after we’ve seen correctors from every other brand and their mum’s too.
It was only a matter of time before the drugstore caught on to the rage and the first budget one is available now from Garnier.
Let’s take a little sneak peek at the Garnier Skin Renew Dark Spot Corrector.
Like skincare, I have a constant rotation of SPF in my arsenal and I get asked alot, “What’s your favorite SPF?” I have several but the one I love the most is Biore Aqua Rich Watery Mousse SPF 50+ PA+++.