Last weekend I went to drool over Otherwise in concert you know, because Adrian Patrick, dude…..! Obsessed much?
Anyway, I packed up what I needed for the weekend and of course, I had my trusty Sephora Eye Makeup Remover. Typically it’s the first thing I pack because I have visions of myself in black eyeliner and having no way to remove it while at a hotel that only has small bars of soap that could possibly get stuck in your nooks and crannies when washing with them.
So yeah, I pack eye makeup remover first.
I packed up my bag and was quite pleased and happy with myself. I was not happy early into the next morning upon getting back to my room and realizing I forgot to pack facial cotton. It was late when I got back to my room and I was tired so I had to sit there with a piece of harsh toilet paper dosed with makeup remover to get my eye makeup off. Seriously, toilet paper and eye makeup remover are NOT a match made in heaven. It just doesn’t work.
I’m a not a huge, huge lover of setting sprays. I love facial mists with a passion but actually setting my makeup with a mist kinda freaks me out. It makes me feel like I spent a ton of time on my makeup and I’m proceeding to mist myself with water right after. It’s a weird concept to me! But none the less they are very, very popular and makeup lovers adore them so I’m always willing to give them a try and see if they work for me.
Up until now I’m not a huge fan but maybe, just maybe Hard Candy Fast & Fabulous Makeup Setting Spray could change my mind.
Dr. Jart Ceramidin Oil Balm ($35) is saving my dry skin life lately as the weather decides if it wants to stay cold or perhaps warm up a bit. I’m kinda in a transitioning stage and my skin is coming out of hibernation. One thing that’s really, really been working out well for me is Cerave Hydrating Cleanser. I stopped using cleansing oil and my other cleansers and I use this only and my skin is a lot less dry!
On top of that I use Dr. Jart Ceramidin Oil Balm on drier, patchier areas and yay for being hydrated and smooth!
The Disney Frozen ORLY Color Blast Collection for Spring 2015 is a new collobration between Disney and Orly that’s available for a limited time this Spring and available exclusively at Walgreens stores this March.
Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and the entire Frozen cast gets a range of 12 frosty shades of color for nails that are available in single shades for $6.99 each or grab a duo kit that contains four colors for $10.99!
Tony Moly Panda’s Dream Eye Patch is a eye mask which addresses dark circles! Apparently this little eye mask not only acts to address darkness while brightening up the eye area but also adds moisture.
I happen to be a massive face mask fan girl. I use them quite often and thankfully there are such a wide, cheap range of face masks from Korea, Japan, etc…that I’m never without my favorites for nightly use.
I also tend to like trying eye masks or eye patches like Tony Moly Panda’s Dream Eye Patch but technically haven’t really found ones that I love and commit to the way I do my beloved facial masks.
Let’s take a look and see of Tony Moly passes the test!