How have I been subscribed to Boxycharm for three months already?! In today's post, I'll be doing an unboxing of the Boxycharm November 2019 box.
I have a full-fledged makeup addiction, which means I'm constantly buying and trying new makeup. Although I own a lot of makeup, I do make a serious effort to use and abuse my cosmetic purchases. As someone who tries a lot of formulas and who wears makeup on a daily basis, I've embarked on a series where I showcase and rank the items in my collection, by category. In my inaugural post I ranked my blushes and in today's post, I will be ranking my bronzers and contours. If you enjoy looking at makeup collections and are interested in seeing my bronzer and contour ranking, please keep reading!
For the past six months, I've been documenting my attempt to reign in my spending and to stop my beauty collection from rapid expansion. Sadly, I have not been successful with my attempts to follow a strict monthly low buy. As I move towards the 2nd half of my yearlong Low Buy, I'm buckling down and committing to a year-long Beauty No Buy.
Spoiler alert: I am embarking on a total Beauty No Buy in an effort to curb my hyper consumerist tendencies. I need to stop relying on buying this to ease my sadness, stress, or anxiety. More details on my No Buy will be shared in an upcoming post. Knowing that I was about to start a No Buy, I "panic" purchased a ton of beauty products during the month of September. While I shared most of what I purchased in last month's Low Buy Haul update, not all the items I ordered arrived.
Juvia's Place golden and bronze, The Warrior Eyeshadow Palette, is a beloved palette that is frequently sold out at retailers across the globe, but is this affordable, neutral eyeshadow palette really worth all the hype? Please keep reading for an in-depth review of the Juvia's Place The Warrior Eyeshadow Palette, including swatches, ingredients, and demos.
I have a makeup addiction, which means I'm constantly buying and trying new makeup. Although I own a lot of makeup, I do make a serious effort to use and abuse my cosmetic purchases. As someone who tries a lot of formulas and who wears makeup on a daily basis, I've decided to start a series where I showcase my makeup collection, by category, and rank each product in my collection. If you enjoy looking at makeup collections and are interested in seeing my ranking, please keep reading!
As a beauty-lover, I often feel I pang of guilt at how my unsustainable purchasing patterns and personal care habits are affecting the environment around me - and I'm not alone in my thoughts. Research conducted by the leading market research group, Mintel, indicates that sustainability is a growing concern amongst millennial consumers. But what [...]
Natasha Denona is an unofficial member of BEAUTY'S BIG THREE, a term I affectionally coined for Pat McGrath Labs, Natasha Denona, and Viseart. Each of these brands creates expensive, highly coveted eyeshadow formulas that not only set trends, but are loved by hardcore fans, but abhorred by consumers who didn't feel their products were worth the price tag. Admittedly, I've remained skeptical of Natasha Denona's eyeshadows after having a bad experience with one of the brand's mini 5-pan palettes. However, I wanted to give the brand another chance. When Natasha Denona released the Sunrise Palette, I was immediately drawn in by the beautiful array of warm-tone, sunrise-inspired colors and intrigued by the lower price point. But was this 15-pan palette worth the $65.00 price tag? Please keep reading for an in-depth review of the Natasha Denona Sunrise Palette, complete with swatches, demo looks, and pricing information.