It’s been just over a month since my first Glossier order arrived, so I’ve compiled my first impressions in this post. If my opinions on anything change, I’ll be sure to update this post and make a note in my Instagram Story. I’ll talk about all six products below and I’ll provide links to some…… Continue reading Glossier: An Overview | Best and Worst, Reviews, and Ramblings
I’ve heard primarily positive reviews about the Glossier Cloud Paints (bff link) since they were first released, so I knew that I would pick one up if and when I made my first order. They’re $22 CAD / $18 USD, which is a little pricey for 10 ml / 0.33 fl oz. I can imagine finishing one…… Continue reading Glossier Cloud Paint in Dusk | Review and Swatches
It happened. Despite my aversion to pink, the we’re-not-like-other-makeup-brands marketing, and the constant pleads from strangers to use their referral link, I made my first Glossier* order. Are you tired of hearing about @glossier? Me too. Do you cringe at reminders to smile, millennial pink, and the 👋🏼 emoji? Same. Am I going to post…… Continue reading Glossier Boy Brow in Blond | Swatch Comparison and First Impressions
I was recently able to try my first ever drugstore mascara, the Revlon Mega Multiplier™ Mascara, complimentary via Influenster Canada. I tried the shade Blackened Brown. Revlon claims that “unique fibres are sealed in 360° tubes that plump and extend lashes for mega volume and extreme length.” I’m usually not a fan of mascara with…… Continue reading My first drugstore mascara
The Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palette 5 in 2 (Rosewood, Lavender Gray, Shell, Light Coral, and Maroon) contains one matte and four metallic eyeshadows. The official description claims that they are “buttery” (not literally) and “soft” (this is true). The formula is supposed to be “revolutionary” (not really), “ultra pigmented” (only if you apply them a certain…… Continue reading Natasha Denona: Worth the hype?
This post will go over my most frequently used eyeshadow brushes. I’ve divided them into three categories – blending, crease, and shader – based on how I use them rather than their designated purpose. I will talk about what I expect from each brush and how it performs. All of these brushes are on the list…… Continue reading My Favourite Makeup Brushes | Part 2: EYES
In this post, I will be talking about the face brushes that I reach for regularly. The brands, hair types, and price points featured are quite diverse. I think it’s important to note that the most expensive or most popular brushes aren’t necessarily the best. Before purchasing new makeup brushes, you should know which shapes and hair types…… Continue reading My Favourite Makeup Brushes | Part 1: FACE