When the seasons start to change, so should your skincare and beauty needs, so I was excited to receive the Fall 2017 edition of Redbook’s signature Red Beauty Box.
I have oily/combination skin, so using a setting pwoder with my makeup is a must. For the past 2 months I’ve been using the L.A. Girl PRO High-Definition Setting Powder and it may be my holy grail.
I’ve been a fan of liquid lipsticks since they first launched, but paying $15-$23 a pop when you’re a fickle makeup junkie? Um, no.
I’ve been using e.l.f. Cosmetics products for years, so I was pretty pleased to receive their BeautyVoxBox to review from Influenster. Included in the box where both skincare and makeup products, which is the best of both worlds for a product junkie.
Glossier released their Super Serums this past September, and I was finally able to get my hands on the covetable skincare products.
The business model of monthly subscription boxes is nothing new, however the types of services that you can subscribe to are constantly evolving. Meet V. Paperie, a new monthly subscription box of stationary + paper goods.
I’m a bit of a makeup junkie, so while I technically don’t need to purchase any more for at least a year, I still keep my eyes (and wallet) open for new products to try. I recently received Oxygenetix’s Breathable Foundation to test out.
Mally Beauty reformulated their Evercolor Shadow Stick Extra ($25) to make them a little more hydrating + anti-aging, and I’ve been having some fun with my look.
I have a minor obsession with buying concealers + lip products, so recently I picked up the Balm Dotcom and the Stretch Concealer from Glossier.
There are tons of reviews online for NIVEA’s Sensitive Post Shave Balm (with results split 50/50), and I initially had mixed results….until I learned the best way to apply it for my skin.