Sorry I’ve been a bit MIA lately! I just got home from a trip to Montreal. But don’t worry, I managed to get some work done… I put the new Tom Ford Extreme Eye Bad Ass Mascara to the test, and there was no better place to try it out than balling my eyes out watching my beautiful big sister get married.Continue reading “Review: Tom Ford Extreme Eye Bad Ass Mascara”
I’ve got to thank my sister for this one. Usually I’m the one giving beauty advice but she recently suggested I try the Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye Mascara (she uses the waterproof formula) and I’m super pleased with the recommendation!Continue reading “Review: Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye Mascara”
Covergirl recently announced that they are officially Leaping Bunny certified by Cruelty Free International, which means they’re now a Cruelty Free makeup brand – the largest in the world! My friends over at Influenster sent along a few of their new products to test out, and let me tell you, Cruelty Free looks great on them.
Nars is notorious for their new releases, and their latest drop is no exception. I picked up a few new items from the brand and put them to the test.
I had a lot of great feedback from my other battle of the brows blog post, so I thought I would do another. This time between two much hyped about mascara’s that I’ve been putting to the test lately. This round we have the brand new Milk Makeup KUSH mascara vs. a Superhero by both name and reputation, IT Superhero Mascara.
When it comes to mascara, it’s hard to find anything truly new. Givenchy came out with their Noir Interdit mascara, which has a pretty unique wand, but in regards to what’s on the inside, one mascara formula is not all that different from the next. That is until you take tubing mascara in to consideration.
Mascaras have definitely been a theme on my blog as of late. I’ve tried everything from high end innovations to affordable dupes. But I didn’t expect to find mascara love in a hypoallergenic pink tube from the drug store.
Looking for the pinnacle of high-end mascara? Look no further than Givenchy’s Noir Interdit. Innovative, chic, and unparalleled quality.
It’s a bold claim, but I’m ready to make it – Charlotte Tilbury’s Legendary Lashes is my new holy grail mascara.