Hey guys, I have an update for you on the beloved LaLa Retro Whipped Creme from Drunk Elephant. It's been revamped.
Hey guys....I know the blog posts have been sporadic lately. I'm still very sick and I know you're probably tired of hearing it but I'm tired of it to. I used to do blog posts to take my mind off being sick, that's how this blog started, this time was different. I am very very sick. Anyway, I thoroughly miss testing makeup and trying new skincare. However, I've been too tired to even think of what products I "need" to use, or "test", or what routine I'm going to put together for the night. Needless to say I've not done a million steps in my PM skincare like normal. Which gave me the idea to actually do a blog post on what I've reached for without even having to think about it. Some of the products are kinda new anyway. So let's talk about it.
A while back we talked about a great new affordable skincare brand from Beautylish called Good Molecules. They are so affordable that some of the products are less that $10. You can get the original discovery set for $56 I believe, which is around 7 products or more? They've released new products and they sent me some to try and therefore we're here to talk about them.
Hey guys...still sick. Sorry I've been absent. Anyway, as you know I love OSEA Malibu skincare products. I've talked about them multiple times in the past and I don't know how many Hyaluronic Sea Serum(s) I've went through and also my beloved Cleansing Milk. Not too mention many more. I'm happy to say that they have a promo going on right now for Memorial Day weekend and I've got some new products to talk about (new to me). I am an affiliate with OSEA, I didn't have to do a post but I wanted to for the promotion this weekend. They didn't ask me to so this isn't sponsored but there are affiliate links in here.
Alright, I took a little break from the blog posts to really focus on organizing and thoroughly testing new products. I did that so I could give you as much info as possible and not just a first impression but a true, put to the test, overview/review. Today we're discussing The Organic Skin Co. This is a brand that I had tried their skincare and some of there makeup several months ago and then they sent more makeup related products to do a full face pretty much. It's a really cool brand they're certified vegan, cruelty free and Bio Gro. Keep reading for more info.
Guys we're back with another Drunk Elephant post. Holy crap they came out and dropped a BALM CLEANSER! I mean.....this is the only thing I felt like their collection needed. They freaking done it and kicked the door down while at it. So, I'm going to give you the claims and my first impressions.
Alright guys, I've been working on collecting as much knowledge as possible for different categories and steps in your skincare that I can. My goal for this blog has always been to have as much information as I can get hold of and as many options for products that I can find that I have tried. So this post is going to be dedicated to "essence", "tonics", or "liquid hydrating toners". Many of us are used to the word toner being a slightly more harsh step and an essence is more of a soothing and gentle step. So I'm going to give you my favorites and break down to the best of my ability, the difference in the terminology.
Spring has sprung and it's actually been very lovely the past few days here in Tennessee. I hope it's feeling more like spring where ever you're reading this. Today I'm discussing a spring release for your traveling skincare needs or in case you just want to try this brand if you've not. It's Drunk Elephant.....as you can tell by the title and picture above. It's 2 AM I'm tired....
Alright so lately I've been very fortunate to have an influx in products coming in for me to try as a way to build my knowledge and categories for you guys. I've also been "shopping me shelf" which is an attempt for me to revisit some products that I need to use up or fall in love with all over again. I especially do this when I'm testing a new product and I fill my routine with old faves that I know won't cause an issue. It's part of the testing process and it's re-lit my LOVE for doing my skincare routine every night. To the point that I look so forward to it every night and it lasts much longer than it technically should because I have a good time relaxing and taking some time to turn off all my emails and messaging and social media.
Lately, I've not been well. If you don't know I have a lot of health issues and I'm no stranger to the hospital. So it's been a rough go the last few weeks and I've been away from home a few times. However, no matter what I still do my skincare steps. That's the one thing that's in my overnight bag that I stress over the most and spend the most time on is packing my skincare travel pouch. So I thought it would be a good blog post to discuss what I travel with and why and some tips that I have from experience over the years.
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.