Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Swatch and Review: My Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter collection + lip/hand swatches!

Am I a little late to the lip butter party? Probably.

I love Revlon lip butters. Like, a lot. Why? Because I am likely the laziest person you could ever meet. My makeup needs to be quick, light, and simple. Because I am admittedly not very experienced when it comes to makeup.

I can barely even do a smoky eye.

Monday, January 13, 2014

Review: Batiste Dry Shampoos

Dry shampoo: the best product I've discovered in the past two years. What is it, you ask? A lazy girl's pipe dream come true. A product that refreshes your hair the moment you feel it gets greasy without requiring you to constantly strip your hair by over washing. This stuff is great for everyone. I love it as I am one with crazy thick, dry hair that frizzes if I wash it too frequently, and takes at least three or four days to start getting noticeably greasy. 

And out of the dry shampoos I've tried, I've preferred the ever-classic Batiste over all of them.

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

This vs. That: Lush Celebrate Body Lotion vs. Lush Snowshowers Shower Jelly

This Lushmas, Lush came out with a new body lotion called "Celebrate". And, after sniffing it in the store, I fell in love with the scent. A citrus-y, rich body lotion that smells like how I wish champagne would smell. It's light, sweet, effervescent, and very moisturizing. The issue for me? I'm a student that works part-time, thus making the $30 price tag a little steep for a body lotion. This scent also comes in a bath bomb, the Golden Wonder, however I am not a fan of glitter or glittery baths whatsoever. So, the lovely ladies at Lush (alliteration!) kindly made me a substantial sample of Celebrate and I went on home to deliberate whether or not I wanted to splurge at a later date (rhyming!). However, Lush recently had a perfume chat party that I dropped in on where a Lush employee mentioned that Lush once sold a shower jelly in the same scent as Celebrate and Golden Wonder called Snowshowers! At this point, they hadn't made the jelly live on the website for December, but as soon as I saw on the site that Snowshowers was available (which I had no idea that it would be) I snatched it up on December 1st! The price tag, at $13 was much more appealing for my wallet, but I figured once I received my beloved jelly that I'd use my sample to compare both products to see which product is more worth it for my lovely readers if you enjoy the scent.

So on to the comparison!

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