Rihanna’s beauty line is blowing up in print and online. Her products are so popular that a person has to be stationed next to the display at Sephora to thwart theft. That’s pretty major.
I decided to get a little something from her line for myself and purchased the Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer.
It’s really really pretty y’all.
At only $18.00, this lip gloss much more affordable than the other popular and coveted brands out there. Rhianna has created an extremely desirable product line that is meant for ALL skin tones and she has priced it within reach. Mad respect Rhi Rhi.
Doesn’t it seem like as soon as you find the perfect shade of lipstick (or bra), it gets discontinued? That’s basically what happened to me with my favorite Clinique lipstick. My go-to shade was 24 Nearly Violet and I was sad when I went to buy a new tube and they didn’t carry it anymore.
Clinique issued a new shade that’s similar called FA Beauty. I like it fine, but it’s a little bit different. Looking at the photo above you might laugh and think I’m crazy, but they are different. Nearly Violet had a deeper hue and Beauty has a more coral tone. I like both, but I really wish they hadn’t discontinued my favorite color.
Here we go again…
You always go into Ulta for one thing and come out with more than you intended.
That place is dangerous.
I went in to buy a bottle of base coat and this pale pink/purple caught my eye.
I picked up this base coat to try by Essie, as intended, and then also bought OPI’s “Don’t Bossa Nova Me Around”.
It’s almost a neutral and I am really enjoying it.
I’m not much of an Avon fan, but these lip balms are awesome!
They are only $4.00 a pop so the price can’t be beat!
I own Plum Passion, Peach Pout and I think the other one is Cherry Kiss.
If you are looking for chapstick with color, this is a great product!
If you were to scroll through my phone, you would find loads of photos taken of bits from magazines. When I see something I like, I just take a photo so I can look it up later. Here are some of the most recent snaps from last weekend.
My sister recently became engaged and I decided that I would really like for my skin to be sorted out by her wedding.
I have had trouble with my skin for over a decade now and have tried just about everything out there. I used Proactive for a while and my face just about melted of. That terrible experience made me hesitant to try any other comprehensive acne treatments.
A former college classmate posts on Facebook and Instagram regularly about the Rodan+Fields products and seeing the transformation photos online really caught my interest. I decided to give it a try.
It’s a little expensive, but I figured it would be worth it if I saw results. It’s also cheaper than going to a dermatologist for treatments.
I’m about 3 weeks in now and am truly impressed.
My face never became inflamed and I didn’t experience any peeling or dryness. My existing breakouts have disappeared and I have been breakout free for over a week. I even had 2 underground zits (I’m sure there’s a technical term for those) and they disappeared and the soreness went away about 3 days into the new regimen. I usually break out pretty badly when the weather turns warm ad I perspire more, but so far I am clear and my skin tone is even.
Now that I am not breaking out, my skin can begin to heal my most troublesome areas. I’m finally beginning to feel more comfortable in less makeup.
I took a before photo and will take an after photo to post in another week or so.
If you are tired of your skin issues, I highly recommend giving this a try. I was very skeptical at first because it looks like any other skin program, but I am now a big time believer in these products.
I caved out of curiosity and purchased a black mask product to try.
Right off the bat I found a spelling error on the packaging. That set my expectations pretty low.
I went on and used the product as directed and was pleasantly surprised!
I am not particularly happy with the size of the pores on my nose. They catch everything and look dirty so I was excited to try this out on my nose. I figured that would be where I would see the best results and I was right. Some of what you see on the mask is hair, the rest is tiny bits of goop that was in my pores. Not bad!
I experienced zero skin irritation or discoloration, which was a huge relief. With cheap and trendy products like these, you never know what you are getting. It didn’t hurt at all either. Not in the least. After using the product on my nose, I used it on my chin. I’ll probably continue to use the product in small areas rather than applying it to my whole face at once.
Overall I’m pretty happy with this product. It was only $12.99 so there was little to lose in giving it a try. As a backup I also purchased Biore Charcoal Nose Strips. I have used these in the past, but can’t find them in stores way out where I live so I had to order more. They work well too if you would prefer a less messy product.