Anastasia Beverly Hills is one of the most coveted brands on the market. After taking the beauty world by storm with innovative brow products, which arguably started a trend, Anastasia preceded to release a series of amazing lipsticks and palettes. Among these palettes are their […]
I don’t have major dark circles under my eyes, at least, not comparatively. A little concealer is usually plenty to make them disappear, but the added help of a brightening corrector can provide an especially full coverage look. I actually find that the Becca Under Eye Brightening Corrector looks very natural when it’s worn alone. It blends into my skin, and makes my eyes look effortlessly bright.
The peachy corrector comes in a pot. The formula feels a little thick and wet. While comparable to Glossier’s Stretch Concealer in terms of the coverage it provides, the Becca Under Eye Brightening Corrector feels heavier on the skin. This isn’t totally terrible, though, because it is bendable and melts into the skin. If I were to use it anywhere other than the skin under my eye, it might feel greasy, but because my under eye is a little dry, I don’t mind the extra moisture.
I don’t usually go for color correcting, because foundation/concealer is plenty (plus I take good care of my skin). But it does really work, and if you deal with a lot of discoloration under the eyes, I would say give the Becca Under eye Brightening Corrector a try. It’s a high quality product.
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I’m not somebody who is overly susceptible to “natural beauty,” (sometimes, you just need to soak in some chemicals, you know?) But I appreciate a good-for-you skincare line, particularly if it’s effective– and it’s no secret there are many natural ingredients that can produce ideal […]
The Jeffree Star Beauty Killer Palette is not a new release, but the Youtube celebrity has been releasing makeup collections left and right. With the Androgyny Palette last year and the Blood Sugar Palette coming up later this year. Admittedly, I’ve never used any of […]
According to Urban Dictionary, “issa look” is something you say when you’re trying to pull off some outrageous style. Seems apt to describe electric purple lipstick.
NYX Angel Veil Primer
Too Faced Born This Way Foundation with Snow Bunny And Milk Chocolate Bronzers
Anastasia Beverly Hills Gleam Glow Kit
Bare Minerals Mineral Veil Pressed Powder
Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray
MAC Blanc Type eyeshadow
Makeup Geek eyeshadows: Unexpected, Vintage, Black Light, Motown
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade
Essence Make Me Brow
MAC Nightmoth lip liner
NYX Liquid Suede lipstick in Sway
The phrase “lip topper” just might have been invented in 2016, if not in 2017. Before that, anything I put on top of my lipstick was just lip gloss. But with makeup marketing, beauty influencers, and the internet, the advent of new (if slightly gimmicky) […]
A couple of years ago, I reviewed Robert Galbraith’s debut novel The Cuckoo’s Calling, followed by The Silkworm. This year, I rounded out the trilogy by reading Career of Evil. The J.K. Rowling (under a pen-name) series of mysteries, geared towards an adult audience, never […]
As far as I know, Inglot Duraline is a one-of-a-kind product. I haven’t come across anything quite like it myself (though of course there could be a similar product somewhere on the market).
Inglot Duraline comes in an unassuming clear bottle– the price tag is equally unassuming, considering it’s about $12 a bottle, and a bottle will last you a lifetime. Inglot is a professional makeup brand, so it isn’t heavily marketed to the average consumer. Duraline isn’t exactly makeup– it’s more like a makeup accessory. This elixir is intended to freshen up your dried-out cream products (or transform a powder product into a long-wearing liquid).
You could use Inglot with anything your heart desired, but I find it to be ideal for rejuvenating my dried out gel/cream eyeliners and my Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade. No matter how dedicated you are to your gel liner, it’s pretty much impossible to finish the whole jar before it dries out (even if you are a dedicated lid-closer). Inglot is the perfect solution– just one drop is plenty to revive the gel (or make it better than ever, when paired with certain drugstore formulas). A little goes a long way, and it can be helpful to mix it in (or add it as needed). Play around, and know that Inglot Duraline will help you get the most out of your makeup.
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Up until, well, yesterday, I had super long hair. (Nothing weird, it didn’t go down to my kneecaps or anything, but it was quite lengthy). It was wavy and lovely at one point in time, but after a few processes too many it was undeniably […]