BAFT / TRE : Reading Really IS Fundamental

Today's entry was prompted by a quick glance at this little bugger below: I picked this up during the good ol' days when e.l.f. standalone stores still existed (Pepperidge Farm remembers). This particular foundation was designed for people with oily skin (and I wasn't too fond of the other type of foundation that was available. …

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WWR: Mally Beauty Nude Attitude

The first time I became aware of Mally Beauty was when my cousin and I visited Ulta and we happen to wander by the shelf space that the brand occupied. My cousin told me that her maternal aunt used their products via QVC and that it worked well for her. At that point, I felt …

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Makeup I Thought I’d Love Forever # 1

But time proved me wrong and removed those rose-colored glasses. This first of many entries in this series (I really need to keep track of how many of these I've created) features two makeup products that weren't as great as I thought they were. I really thought I'd love the products mentioned in this series …

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What Went Wrong: UD’s Naked Palette

In today's WWW, I'd like to blog about the palette that kicked off the never-ending craze for warm (arguably) neutrals: Urban Decay's Naked palette. Commonly referred to as Naked 1 - even though it was never released as such - this was hailed as an all-time favorite by beautytubers... that is, until the next free …

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Outside My Beauty Bubble (Part 3)

In the last entry, I mentioned a brand that I had no access to in the US: BYS Cosmetics. The brand hails from Australia and is mainly available to Southeast Asia, Australia (obviously), parts of Europe and the Middle East, Southern Africa, and in Colombia and (soon) Chile in South America. At this time, there …

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BBA Spotlight: BH Cosmetics Quick Change – Brush Cleaner

a.k.a. why you shouldn't even spend $20 on the original Vera Mona or try to be cheap with a DIY version with an H&M Hair Donut and a tin can. Today's blog post sheds light on what has essentially become a very handy staple in my personal eyeshadow application: the BH Cosmetics Quick Change - …

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