Hi guys, today is a glorious day: the first time I review Jane Iredale products. Jane Iredale is known for high quality beauty products that are vegan and, being mineral makeup, good for your skin too. The brand is launching its The Good Glow collection come june 6th, and I received two products of the collection to review: the redesigned Sunbeam quad bronzer, and the new Lipdrink lipbalm shade called Flirt.
If you've been following my blog since forever and ever, you may remember my short obsession with super long glue on nails, inspired by Ms. Lana Del Rey's talons. My first brush with glue on nails was really positive - instant perfect mani at a much lower price point than if you'd get one at the salon. However, I sort of forgot false nails as an option until I recently received two parcels with a bunch of new sets of Elegant Touch falsies to review. Pictured above is the first parcel, which contained two sets of regular glue on nails, and to sets of pre-glued nails that you just have to press onto the nailbed. Let's take a look!
For SS16, Yves Rocher has added a new range of colours to their Sheer Botanical Lipstick line (also called Cherry Oil lipstick), and I received all six new shades in the mail for a full review. Enjoy!
My love for Darphin is well documented on this blog, and I've been getting more serious about skincare over the past years - not because I'm scared of aging, but because I've grown to understand my skin's issues more, and I want to do right by my skin. Combine those two factors, and it should come as no surprise that I was excited AF to try Darphin's latest renovation: the 2-in-1 sonic cleanser and massager.
The Darphin sonic cleanser/massager is supposed to contribute to your skin's appearance by reducing pore size, boosting microcirculation and optimizing the absorption of moisturizers, all of which should result in smoother, more radiant, plumper, better hydrated skin. I used this lovely little gadget daily for about a month to get a feel for it and to test what effect it would have on my skin, so read on if you're interested to find out more!
I've talked at length about how important eyebrows are to my look. As you can see in my old blogposts from before I started getting serious about make up, my eyebrows are much lighter than my own hair colour, and a little sparse to boot. That means I need to fill them in to get that made up look I love so much. Eyebrows really frame the face, and it's gotten to the point where I feel like my face looks weird if I don't "put my eyebrows on". Over the past year or so, & Other Stories' eyebrow ceam in Tryptich Coal (review here) has been my favourite product to emphasize my brows, but lately I've been wanting to try something new, to freshen up my brow game.
Everyone who is as obsessed as I am with checking on-fleek eyebrows on instagram, knows that Anastasia Beverly Hills has some of the most popular eyebrow styling products in the business. ABH's Dipbrow Pomade is a beautyblogger favourite, and I knew I wanted to try it for myself. I picked up the product in Ash Brown and I've been using it daily since! Read on for a full review.
Sometimes, it's 100% worth it to splurge on beauty products. However, for those in the know, it's clear that there are absolute treasures to be found among drugstore make up. My favourite foundation, Revlon Colorstay, is a good example, but the product I will be reviewing today is even cheaper. Say hello to Essence's Soo Glow! cream to powder highlighter, which I bought after seeing it on Joppe (queen of highlights) and my sister. It's only €2.89 at Kruidvat which makes it a perfect impulse buy, as you will soon find out.