After hearing endless good things about the Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer, I decided to give it a shot for myself, so for the sake of this review, I busted out my favorite foundation (my only foundation) and was pleasantly surprised by the results at the end of the day.
These hand soaps are creamy and luxurious and don’t even get me started on the wide variety of scents. Sure, you can buy cheaper alternatives at Walmart of Home Goods, but it’s just not the same, man. Those other brands don’t even make you feel like a princess and I’m just not about that lifestyle at this point in my adult life.
Colourpop’s Super Shock Shadows come in countless shades and finishes, making it the perfect product for those trying to build out their collection or create a specific look.
My biggest issue with all body wash is self-inflicted.
And that’s when it hit me. Why on earth was I waiting around for some boy to come swoop me off my feet when I work hard, I make responsible financial decisions, and I’m perfectly capable of buying myself something sparkly?
Initially, I was a little skeptical because how good can a nail polish get, right? My $2 nail polish from Walmart works just fine, I wasn’t expecting this to perform 5x as well.
Urban Decay’s Liquid Metal Eyeliner is nothing new to the beauty community. They’ve been around for close to a million years at this point, but every time I reach for them, I’m reminded of just how awesome they are.
What I do know, is that the new Milk Makeup Cooling Water Eye Patches sound like a match made in heaven if you’re a self proclaimed “extremely busy person” like myself.
Although I tried some drug store products, I have always felt more inclined to invest in high end skincare.
Cooking dinner? Coconut oil. Dry skin? Coconut oil. Bad breath? Coconut oil. Need your taxes done? Coconut oil. Get hit by a car? Coconut oil.