Hey everyone! It’s that time of year again! It’s almost time for the Sephora VIB Spring Sale! If you’ve never shopped this sale before, it’s a sale for VIB and up. Historically it’s been 15% off of everything and has happened around the first week in April! I decided that I would do a wishlist post to maybe inspire those of you who are looking to try new things for a good deal!
Please keep in mind that I’m not going to buy all of this! In fact, I’ll probably only get 2-3 of these products! But it’s fun to dream and I love browsing Sephora’s website, so I’ve added a few super wishlisty items that I probably won’t purchase for a while! I hope you like this fun little post!
I know we’ve all seen the videos floating around. You know, the ones where folks have applied a thick layer of some black goop to their face and are now bravely facing the camera for the removal process. Here’s just the most recent video making the rounds on Facebook, but if you search “peel off mask removal” on YouTube you’ll get thousands of hits.
And we’ve all watched a few of these videos. We watch their winces and screams, laugh at the situation they’ve put themselves in, and then secretly wonder if they’re just being a big baby and if maybe we should buy or make a mask too, just to try it. But should you really? Is it safe to peel these monstrosities off of your face? Let’s take a look at the science behind these masks and see if they’re worth the pain!
If you’ve been part of the internet beauty world, you’ve probably heard of the brand Glossier. The first time I heard about it was on one of emilynoel83’s favorite videos. I’ve admired the products from afar for a long time, and on cyber Monday I took advantage of their 20% off deal and picked up a few products! This is my first experience with this brand, so keep reading if you’re curious!
Today is skin care Sunday, but we’re going to talk about something a little different today. I recently had kind of a negative experience tangentially related to skin care and I wanted to share it with you guys, and hopefully provide some general guidelines for talking about skin care with others.
Have you ever had a pimple that didn’t behave like a traditional pimple? Was it not your typical white-headed, pus-filled sac, but rather more of a hard, painful lump just under the skin that just wouldn’t go away? Then congratulations! You’ve experienced cystic acne!
We’ve all heard this myth at some point in our lives. Whether it was on a TV show or from a relative giving you unsolicited skincare advice, you’ve probably been told that chocolate/greasy foods will give you acne. But is it true?
If you’re an avid makeup buyer, you’ve probably seen a barrage of products that proudly proclaim “Paraben free!” But what does that even mean? Sure, it’s paraben free, but why do we need to get rid of parabens in the first place? And what the heck is a paraben anyway? Today I want to answer those questions and hopefully help everyone gain a little more understanding about the products you’re purchasing.