Once again, I come to you with news about one of Exuviance's awesome products. I've been testing the Exuviance AF Vitamin C20 Serum Capsules. You know, or I hope you do, that I'm hardcore about Vitamin C. You need to use Vitamin C, everyday, in some form, in some strength. Vitamin C is a must no arguments.
So here's my rule. I've seen this in a few articles that say this but I don't feel like it's discussed enough or made a priority as it should be. Vitamin C and lower can be used in the morning and I do use a Vitamin C 10 in the morning. Anything over 10% vitamin c should be used at night. I have several variations of strengths and formulas. This is one of the highest pure vitamin c (L -ascorbic acid) that I have because it's 20%. I have some other high strengths even one that is a bit higher than this but it's not pure vitamin c, which is the most effective and potent form of vitamin c there is.
Recently, I got the pleasure of trying the Fresh Vitamin Nectar Moisture Face Glow cream. I'm a huge fan of Vitamin Nectar Vibrancy Mask as you probably know. I'm a big fan of Fresh in general, their Black Tea Line is amazing. Actually, everything is that I've tried so far. I actually really want to try the Rose Deep Hydration Facial Toner that's relatively new....but I digress.
Recently, I've just been in a mood. I don't know what it is. I'm in a mood where I want to write, and review things for you but I don't really want to get on various platforms and post a bunch of stuff. Which sounds odd. I think we can all agree though that sometimes it's nice to take a step back from the social buzz and go back to basics. So thus, here we are. I wanna give you my experience and personal opinion about products. I want you to read it knowing full well I'm just a skincare lover and beauty nerd (maybe hoarder) and not a Doctor, facialist, veteran MUA, etc. All the things that I've "learned", I've learned through cosmetology classes, research, reading various blogs, watching endless videos and taking everyone's thought with a grain of salt (unless they say it's going to melt my face off), and then adding my own experience to the mix. Which I guess is how I then form my opinion and review. So now that you know the scientific breakdown of my thought process lol, let's talk about some products.
I feel like J.ONE just kinda exploded onto the scene in less than a week. Thanks to everyone wanting to use their face primer which I believe is called Jelly Pack or something. I however, got their Hana Cream which is a moisturizer and I'll be honest, it looked cool so I got it. It looks like little pearls and they're actually little capsules. Directions say 1 capsule is enough for your face. Sometimes I agree with that and some nights I really don't. It's enough for your face maybe, but not enough for the neck and chest if you would in fact take this specific moisturizer down the neck.
Well...here we are. Another Subculture palette review. This isn't going to be a typical review though. I'm going to interject some thoughts that I've had on my mind for a while.
I bought my Subculture palette myself. So this is my own money, it wasn't sent to me. The color scheme is unlike anything I've seen before. It arrived in one piece and not broken thank goodness because shit happens. You never know.
Today we're going to do a brand round up! It's going to be on Sunday Riley. Now I don't have every single products but I have a lot and I have enough to give you some thoughts on what I would get from them and in general if they're products make a difference/warrant the price tag. It's going to be very honest, and in some parts it might sounds harsh. I don't mean it to come off as that but I'm not gonna waste time sugarcoating the way of telling you if a product didn't do it for me.
I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to do these things because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity.