Revlon Gift Sets for the Holidays!

Revlon Holiday Sets

Revlon Gifts for the Holidays are popping up in drugstores now for $15 each. These are actually kinda cool gift sets as they contain several full size Revlon products at a nice price of $15. I didn’t pick them up because I already have most of what was inside but if you’re looking for a gift for someone new to makeup these would make an excellent pick!

Take a look!


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Flowfushi MoteMascara Comb Review

Flowfushi Mote Mascara

Flowfushi MoteMascara is one of Japan’s best selling mascaras. They recently repackaged (and possibly reformulated?) some of their mascaras so I decided to try out one of the several formulas they offer.

I should probably start this review telling you I’ve used their Little Witch Moisture Mascara in the past but wasn’t terribly impressed. This is actually abnormal as I typically love Japanese mascaras with a passion. I decided to give a try out to Flowfushi MoteMascara Comb in the hopes it would perform better.


It Cosmetics Airbrush OMG! Foundation Brush Review

It Cosmetics Airbrush OMG Foundation Brush

As you know It Brushes for Ulta is a new collection of It Cosmetics Makeup Brushes that launched recently exclusively at Ulta. With this launch is the new, super soft It Cosmetics Airbrush OMG! Foundation Brush #106.

I’m actually a finger girl. 99% of the time I’m palming my BB Cream on or dabbing my cream foundation on with my fingers! But occasionally a makeup brush comes along that makes me rethink my application technique.


Banila Co Prime Primer Review & Swatches

Banila Co Prime Primer

Banila Co Prime Primer Classic is a silicone facial primer that recently came in my Memebox Banila Co Superbox. It couldn’t come at a better time since the one I currently have is nearing an end. I mostly rely on Revlon PhotoReady Perfecting Primer or Becca Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector but when I want a more polished looks I tend to use Banila Co Prime Primer.

I have drier skin so I prefer silicone-free primers as they tend to be more hydrating for me and also silicone primers just pill on my skin or they feel itchy. But I have a few exceptions and Prime Primer is one.

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