Want to know the step that’s missing from your makeup routine? You’ve got it – it’s color correction. Is it a must? Well, no, but it can be pretty important if you’ve got a lot to cover up! The art of color correction has been around for a long time, but a lot of people simply don’t know how to use the colors that they need. I mean, it is pretty scary looking at these crazy colors and wondering how on earth they are supposed to neutralize your face, right? Well, hopefully I can enlighten you a little bit.
I’m a sucker for all-natural products, and many of them are multi-purpose. I love this. If I can use the product for many different reasons, then it certainly justifies the purchase (for me). So when I find something that I love that’s good for me and easy on my wallet, well, that info is just begging to be shared.
Hey guys! It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I’m scheming up some good things to write about! I just had to get a quick post in about a new product that I’m in LOVE with for the undereye area.
Y’all know that I love my drugstore products. But, I also love lots of other higher end brands, so sometimes a momma’s gotta splurge. Typically, I like to find makeup dupes of the high end products at the drug store, but sometimes, you just have to whip out the big guns. When it comes to my undereye area, well, let’s just say we needed an army to get this job done.
I’ve always coveted that dewy makeup look. But somehow, it’s always seemed hard to get the look right. For me, I always wanted a subtle natural glow, but I just couldn’t seem to achieve it with makeup the way I wanted without caking on the highlighter. Read More
So I thought I’d talk about a very important feature – those eyebrows. Since they are the face framers, they make a big impact, so you’ll want to do them up right! One great thing about brows and makeup – this is an area that I don’t think you have to spend a lot of money on to get the result you’re looking for. So let’s save some moolah while we get some great brows, shall we? Get ready to read on whether or not you should use pencil vs powder.