One of my beauty resolutions for 2021 was to dip into indie brands. I’ve been following Sydney Grace for a while and had kept up with their beauty launches. There were two palettes that caught my eye but for some reason I kept holding back. Finally, at the end of January, they had a restock/sale so I decided to pick up the Enduring Love palette – Deep. The time between when I placed the order and it’s arrival was about 6 days which I think is amazing! Once I had it in my hands couldn’t help but open it and try it out!Continue reading
Good day, everyone! I thought I’d review a brand new beauty brand here on the blog: Jason Wu Beauty! I’ll admit: I’d heard of Mr. Wu before (hello, fashion!) but not much. Then the beauty community started buzzing about his new beauty brand and he did something I’m not sure any new brand has done before: he offered a 50% off code until the in-store launch date…Continue reading
Hi everyone! The brand new Pat McGrath holiday collection released a few weeks ago and I’ve been busy trying everything out! After wearing all of the items in this collection, I have gathered my thoughts and I’m ready to share. I also have swatches and looks of everything I have picked up to show you. Let’s get started!Continue reading
Hi everyone! I’m here to do a quite lengthy review on the new Melt Cosmetics Millennial Pinx eyeshadow palette that released February 2020 – a Valentine’s Day themed palette. I’m a fan of their melt stacks, and hadn’t yet tried their palettes. When I saw the color story of Millennial Pinx, I knew it would be the first palette I’d purchase from them. Here are my thoughts on this palette along with some comparison swatches to other Valentine’s Day releases.
Hello! Recently, Natasha Denona released her Love Glow Cheek palette ($55 US), her Valentine’s Day themed cheek palette for Spring. I was a huge fan of the Bloom cheek palette, reviewed HERE, so I just had to grab this one as well. I’ve had it for over a week now and I’m finally ready to give my thoughts on it. I will also provide comparison swatches to her bigger Diamond & Blush palettes.
Hi all! I’m here to do a quick review on the brand new, Nordstrom exclusive NARS Cool Crush eyeshadow palette and Hot Fix cheek palette. I saw these pop up on the website and had been saving Nordstrom notes. I decided I’d pick this duo up and have used them a few times now and I’m ready to provide my thoughts.
Recently, Colourpop launched two neutral palette collections which I absolutely fell in love with. Colourpop was kind enough to send me the entire Nude Mood collection and I picked up the Blush Crush palette when it hit Ulta since I had some points to use and they always accept coupons!
Hi and welcome to my first blog post of 2020! This year I’ve decided that I wanted to include speed reviews on the blog. You know, just give you my quick thoughts on the palettes and not go too much into depth.
I recently took surveys on Instagram on whether or not people look to blogs anymore for reviews, etc and the results were split down the middle: half of my friends over on Instagram do not look to blogs anymore, which is a bit sad.
Just thought I’d come on here and talk about some of my most loved and used palettes of the year. I have already posted the palettes I regretted purchasing this year, so you can check that out HERE. I’ll only be talking about palettes that were either purchased by me or gifted to me by family members during the 2019 year. This list excludes any PR I received except for one, which I saved for the end. I honestly had so many to choose from! It is insane, but palettes are my true love and weakness, so I always excuse myself. Let’s get started!