Friday, February 14, 2014

Sludgy OOTD

One of the greatest feelings in the world - wearing rain boots and being able to walk through puddle after puddle knowing your feet will be nice and dry.
Thank you Marshall's for your a+ mirrors and having my fave Batiste Dry Shampoo for two bucks cheaper than normal
Red Sequin Infinity Scarf - Betsey Johnson
Khaki Fur-lined Parka - Hollister Co.
Blair Shirt in Burgundy Shine (Underneath) - Abercrombie & Fitch
Fleece Leggings
Beige and Orange Colorblock Knee High Socks (Scrunched down) - Target
Bradwell Chelsea Rain Boots in Dark Olive - Hunter
Le Pliage in Navy Large w/ Long Straps - Longchamp
Loki 'Nothing But The War' Tote in 16"x16" - Society6

Sunday, January 19, 2014

The Best Smelling Beauty Products

Pictured: That's a lot of stuff.

There are two types of people: people that use the phrase 'there are two types of people" and people that don't. Unlike that situation, there are many different variations when people regard scents of beauty products, e.g, people can either use only products they like the scents of, ignore the scents completely, avoid all terrible smelling things. In this case, it's not limited to just two kinds of people. Let's be honest here, it's probably impossible to have just two types of people in such a world so vast with every human being unique.

Okay, back to the scents. Obviously, not everyone likes the same scents, so if I'm dissing something you happen to love the smell of, or you're absolutely appalled that I love something that makes you want to barf, let me know by leaving a comment!

Part 1: The Best

A) Fruity

i. Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream
I love the scent of citrus so much. This cuticle cream smells like these lemon cheesecake bars, which are more fresh lemon-y than dessert-y, and by that I mean it focuses on the fruit.

ii. Burt's Bees Refreshing Lip Balm with Pink Grapefruit
Like I said before, I love citrus. This smells exactly like grapefruits (because they use grapefruit oil, duh) without their bitter taste.

Friday, January 3, 2014

Sally Hansen Colorfast Tint + Moisture Balm - Swatches and a Review

Happy 2014, friends! Back in my Annual Clearance post, you may recall that I found the Sally Hansen Colorfast Tint + Moisture Balms for 75% off. I happened upon them at several other CVS's, and I now own almost all the colors except for Nude n' Natural, which I didn't pick up because I don't do light nudes... and Made Me Blush, which I could not find ANYWHERE. It makes sense though, because it's a nice soft pink and seems to work for most people.

I'm afraid these are probably going to be discontinued, since they are on clearance and are featured in Sally Hansen Glam Packs, which are pretty much just a way to get rid of the stuff that the company knows no one really wants anymore, haha.

I'm sure the lip crayon packaging is reminiscent of the popular Revlon Balm Stains and the Clinique Chubby Stick Lip Balms, however, don't believe these are balmy lip stains. As the actual name of the product implies, they are a tint + balm, meaning they are essentially a tinted lip balm in jumbo crayon form.

Pictured (Left to Right): In the Pink, Get Mauve'n, Happy Berry, Reddy for Anything, Spirited Spice, Health Nut, Pumped Up Plum, Blackberry Honey

Pictured: Swatches, 1 swipe (Blackberry Honey kinda looks like 2 swipes? Yeah I don't know about that sorry) in the same order.