Got a chance to drop by Sephora last month and pick up a few goodies. I’ve been eyeing Fresh’s Sugar Rose Lip Treatment ($26 CAD) for a while now, but couldn’t justify buying such an expensive lip treatment. Luckily they had a Sugar Cheer value set available ($32 CAD) which also came with a mini… Continue reading Beauty Haul: Lookin’ Fresh!
The first pencil eyeliner I remember using was Make Up For Ever’s waterproof eye pencil in Star Black. This was back in college and I decided to go with a pencil liner since I heard that you should only go for gels and liquids once you really got the hang of it. Plus, I wanted… Continue reading Annabelle Smoothliners Vs. Smudgeliners Review
I initially bought Desert Essence’s 100% Pure Jojoba Oil to use as an oil treatment for my hair, but after I discovered that it made my hair look greasy rather than hydrated, I tried to think of some other ways I could incorporate it into my beauty routine. (By the way, the Desert Essence packaging… Continue reading 3 Different Ways to Use Jojoba Oil For Sensitive Skin
Saw these CoverGirl Outlast Stay Brilliant Nail Gloss nail polishes ($5 CAD) at Wal-Mart and was immediately drawn to them because the square cap makes them look eerily similar to the Chanel ones.
Like so many of you I headed straight to Sephora on Black Friday. While everyone got a little grabby I’m never one to turn away from a good bargain bin and I somehow managed to score this bestsellers mini nail polish collection for $5. It’s my first time trying polishes by nails inc which might… Continue reading How To Do The Accent Nail Trend with Nails Inc.
Everyone raves about this mythical mint mask–especially the beauty junkies over at makeupalley where it has achieved Holy Grail status–so of course I had to try it. In Toronto you can usually find it in organic health food/skincare stores (I got mine at Tutti Frutti in Kensington Market) and it usually retails for less than… Continue reading How To Use Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask
Unlike regular cotton towels, the ones made out of bamboo are significantly softer and are able to quickly absorb moisture, which makes it ideal for wet hair (especially long hair). Although they’re more expensive, they do last for a very long time. Just make sure you don’t wash them in scalding hot water or it’ll… Continue reading How To Use Bamboo Hair Towels