Ok, let’s all agree at some point in our peewee or tween years we had some sort of tin lunchbox and it likely had Hello Kitty on it.
If you’re feeling daring and I am, we can also agree to admit that we probably still have one around somewhere.
It’s ok, no one is judging your kawaii habits. Particularly not me queen collector of cute shiz.
It’s probably terribly childish but the new TokiDoki Airways Palettes makes me squee a little (don’t read that as pee a little).
I’m pretty sure I don’t need to get too excited about two dollar concealer when I’ve spent close to $75 on some concealers in my stash.
Gasp…shifty eyes…..I didn’t admit that.
Thing is concealer, for some reason, is oddly addicting. Don’t get me wrong color cosmetics are my bag all the way but I love me some concealer when it comes to obsessing over base products.
E.L.F. has two new concealers to choose from and I foresee a purchase in my near future even though I’ve had god awful experiences with E.L.F.’s concealer in the past. Its odd, I never learn from my mistakes, you keep going back for more badness….why am I such a mush?
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.
Nip + Fab is a collection of affordable beauty fixes from the creator of the more prestigious (and expensive) Rodial line of products. Rodial isn’t a line of products within everyone’s reach as it does run on the pricey side so I feel like Nip + Fab is its affordable little sister that offers a selection of some pretty great little products that I’ve been testing out recently. Recently Nip + Fab has made its home at Target where as prior it was available within the UK.
Here’s some of my thoughts on their Make-Up Fix (hint, I love it!).
You can spend millions of dollars on color cosmetics but they are never going to look right without the proper prepping tools. Prepping prior to cosmetic application is key to allowing your blush, shadow, and lipstick to look its very best.
The new love of my priming life? Nip + Fab Sheer Make-Up Fix.
You NEED it.
Chanel Rouge Coco Shine is one of thee best Chanel lip products I’ve run across. The smooth glide, the shiny finish, the lightweight feel, it all adds up to a loving relationship.
The new bright orange shade entitled Flirt made it on my Spring wish list easily enough but I wasn’t sure I could pull it off, oranges don’t do me well but peaches and corals are my downfall.
Let’s take a look!