Are you a lipstick fan? Do you like their mascaras and eyeliners? What about the eyeshadows? I’m partial to the lipsticks, but I know other people love the blushes. Share this post by clicking below and let me know your fave.
Simple Skincare makes my favorite makeup wipes. I eased up using them in exchange for another one of their products, Simple Micellar Water, but when I found out about the Micellar Wipes I knew I had to give them a shot. These are just as good.
These wipes removed my makeup and didn’t make my skin feel gross afterwards. There’s no strange smell and they get the job done. I follow them up with cleanser but I’m not above a lazy day. I just try not to have them too often.
As I said before I’ve exchanged wipes for other makeup removing products, but I still think these wipes have their place. I love to use them when I’m having a swatchfest or need to clean up a palette because of fallout. Make up is messy business so having a wipe on hand keeps things like brush handles from getting too gross or foundation pumps from getting too dirty.
Are wipes part of your cleansing routine?
Simple Skincare Micellar Makeup Remover Wipes ($5.97) are available in various drugstores.
You’ve heard it. You’ve snickered at it. You probably tried it and learned from experience how wrong it was. So what’s the worst beauty advice you’ve heard?
The one that gets me is “reviving” your dried out mascara with eye drops. With mascara prices running less than $5 there’s no reason to revive anything. If for some reason your mascara is drying out before it’s time to replace it, return it, and may it never make its way into your shopping cart again. Ok? OK.
So let me know, what’s the worst beauty advice you’ve heard? Comments are always welcome and don’t forget to use the #burymemondays if you answer on social media.
Did your mother, aunt, or sister give you your first make-up lesson? Was it your best friend? Did you receive your first lesson at 13 or 33? Did you seek out professional help at a make-up counter or browse blogs and vlogs for that information? There’s no wrong answer here, so let me know who gave you your first make-up lesson in the comments.
The Beauty Blender. Is it an egg-shaped beacon of light or just another makeup sponge? I happen to love mine to the point that I stopped using brushes for a long time. Others don’t see the big deal or are happy with cheaper options from other companies. Where do you fall on this spectrum? Is the Beauty Blender everything you’ve ever wanted in makeup application or a hyped up, overpriced, colored sponge?
That’s right! I have a teespring campaign that will run until April 2. The shirts available are $16.55 and $15.60 so if this is something you or someone you know would be into please don’t hesitate to snatch one up or share this post. Money made from the shirts will go to maintaining Bury Me In Red Lipstick.
The cold, grey, and snowy days have given way to sunny skies so I wanted to pick up some new Black Radiance BB creams in darker shades. It won’t be long before my skin starts to change so I wanted to be ahead of the game. I reviewed this product already so feel free to check it out. This comes in 6 shades(it used to be 5 more on that later). I grabbed Chocolate and Brown Sugar. Continue reading Black Radiance True Complexion BB Cream: Chocolate and Brown Sugar
Nars All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation is the first Nars foundation I’ve tried. I have used the tinted moisturizer(I like it) and I’ve used the Radiant Creamy Concealer(I like it) but I can’t compare it to Sheer Matte or Sheer Glow. Continue reading Thumbs Up: NARS All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation
Today’s #BuryMeMondays question is influenced by some tweets I saw yesterday from Krissy(@Krissy90220) entrepreneur and blogger at Addicted To All Things Pretty and Brown Girl Friendly. Now, I know it feels like Spring and Summer are never coming back depending on where you live, but I want to know, do you change your foundation as the seasons change? Continue reading Seasons Change. Does Your Foundation? #BuryMeMondays
My first foundation was a Cover Girl one in Soft Sable. I have no idea how good or how bad it looked but I remember using it, eventually hitting pan and purchasing it again. Not long after that I bought a pink Caboodles organizer and my dad let me order things from an Avon rep he knew. That foundation got the ball rolling for me when it came to makeup. I probably looked like a fool but there aren’t any pictures so I’ll pretend I was cute. 😉 Continue reading What Was Your First Foundation? #BuryMeMondays