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Product Review: Glycolic Facial Pads

NIP + FAB Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Facial Pads What it claims to do?   “Radiance-boosting pads, soaked in exfoliating glycolic acid (2.8%) retexture + resurface skin whilst witch hazel helps to tone. This moisturising formula with hyaluronic acid + soothing blue daisy helps to reveal brighter + smoother looking skin.” Do I agree? Yes.  This pad is mild enough for daily use and it’s a good product for beginners

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Product Review: Tata Harper Mask & Cleanser

Tata Harper skincare is 100% natural and non-toxic.  Products are made on her rural Vermont farm and are cruelty-free. Tata Harper Moisturizing Mask What it claims to do?   “This rich mask treatment provides maximum hydration and long-lasting moisture to even the most dehydrated, stressed skin.  This treatment helps protect skin from moisture loss, delivering a dramatically replenished feel and restoring a dewy luminosity.” Do I agree? Yes.  It contains Hyaluronic Acid

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Product Review: ReVive Moisturizing Renewal Cream Supreme

  ReVive Moisturizing Renewal Cream Supreme ULTRA RETEXTURIZING HYDRATOR What it claims to do?   That’s quite a name!  ReVive states “this powerful perfecting night cream gently exfoliates, retextures, renews and intensely moisturizes facial skin.  Its unique formula works overtime as you sleep, to help eradicate imperfections and visibly diminish fine lines, for a morning awakening to hydrated, glowing, more beautiful skin.” Do I agree? Yes.  I’ve been using this

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Product Review: ColourPop Cosmetics

ColourPop Cosmetics What it claims to do? Los Angeles based ColourPop “specialize in making killer makeup in every shade imaginable at prices everyone can afford.  That’s why all of our products have luxury formulas at prices that won’t break the bank.”   Do I agree? Yes.  ColourPop has an amazing color selection and a wide range of quality cosmetics.  The single shadows pots and Lippie Stix are only $5.00 each.

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Product Review: Lipstick Queen Liptropolis

Lipstick Queen Liptropolis Lipstick Queen is one of my favorite lipstick ranges.  This set contains three beautiful shades.  If you’re familiar with Lipstick Queen you’ll know that the Sinners range is opaque in finish and the Saints range is sheer in finish.  This set lies somewhere in between. Available where Lipstick Queen is sold. Top to Bottom: Soho, Central Park, Upper East   Love this liner in Coral. Quote from

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September Favorites

Just a few things I’m loving this month. NexGen Curling Iron by Hot Tools: I did some research on this before I bought it.  It gets great reviews and I agree.  I got the 1 1/4″ barrel.  Heats up fast and makes big, bouncy curls.  Available at Ulta. Mary-Lou Manizer by theBalm: A GREAT highlighter.  I had been using cream highlighters throughout the summer and just switched to this powder

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Product Review: Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps

This family owned and operated company has been making soaps for over 150 years but sometimes we can forget how good they are.  Everything they make is organic, certified Free Trade, cruelty-free, and vegan.  Their renowned Castile Liquid Soaps can be used for washing the body, face or hair, as well as dishwashing, mopping the floor, and as a laundry soap.  They claim you can even brush your teeth with

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April Favorites: IMATS!

  My favorites this month has to be the cool stuff I bought at IMATS NYC.  I’ve been using everything here this month except for the lashes. Hakuhodo Makeup Brushes and Case: The primary reason I went to IMATS was to buy these brushes.  They are the finest brushes I’ve ever owned and I love using them!  Each one is handmade in Japan.  They’re unbelievably soft.  Expensive and worth it.

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