Friday, 19 December 2014

Facial Wipes, the lazy way of removing makeup

Hey everyone! 

I am here to talk about facial wipes. I won't lie to you guys I am horribly lazy when it comes to washing my face and removing makeup, which makes me a fan of the ever so handy facial wipes! I bought these for about $8.99 CAD at my local drug mart. 
Inecto is a brand I've never heard of, to be honest I bought these for the coconut. 
These have been much less useful to me than my other wipes. When I first opened the package the cloths were barely moist but they do a fine job of removing makeup but because they are on the drier side they tug on the skin which makes for an unpleasant experience. They have no smell, they are packaged like most makeup removing wipes I've seen. 
I could have got worse for my money...but if you see this in the drug store do yourself a favor and buy something that'll be worth your money.

Monday, 15 December 2014

Maybelline - Master Precise

Hello everyone!
Every woman has an HG liner and mine happens to be the Maybelline Master Precise liquid liner.
It's got felt tip and does not pull the skin while using. If you have troubles with liquid liner this is a product you should go get right now. I line my lower lash line and I always have and this doesn't pull along the lash line and all I do is drag it across and wing it out and creates the perfect line every time. I only have one gripe about this product, when nearing the end of the product you have to push harder to get the liner out of the tip and sometimes it comes out in a huge black mess under my eye so be careful when you know you're at the end. Goes on as black could be does tend to fade a bit throughout the day but lasts a solid 8 hour work day!
These can be found in any drug store and I believe are about $8.99 CAD.

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

e.l.f.s neutral palette eye look

Hello guys! 
I'm honestly not the biggest eyeshadow person nor do I apply it very well as I have actually just started wearing it this year. I'd always heard good things about e.l.f. products and they are cheap which is the best part. I found their 36 neutral eyeshadow palette in Winners for I think it was $8.00 CAD so I shouldn't have expected grand things. For this look I used the bottom right group of shadows. In this palette I got what I paid for, it took layers and layers and layers to build up the color and had horrible fall out. With my eye shadow collection steadily growing I may have to throw this away...