The Lipstick League – week of 1.16.16
Question of the Week: What sort of beauty trends do you predict will be popular in 2017?
EauMG’s Answer: Oh, you can read my predictions here. I’m predicting shimmer, glitter and less matte; smarter skincare products and gadgets. What do you think will be big in 2017?
Clumps of Mascara – ZOYA’s nail polishes are one thing. But ZOYA’s lipsticks? Oh.my.goodnessss…
EauMG – These days niche perfumes are more popular… Continue reading
The Lipstick League – Week of 12.26.16
Question of the Week: If you had to make a beauty resolution for the new year, what would it be? Is there anything you’ve been meaning to do (or not do) in 2017?
EauMG’s Answer: Good question. I’ve been over here thinking about this today. In 2017, I want to use up more of what I already own. This isn’t just with cosmetics. I want to finish the books that I bought and never started to read. I’ve
HUG your auntie! My holiday gift guides are back! I’m not in the mood; it doesn’t feel very holiday-ish but I’m pushing through. This is an annual tradition on EauMG. Previously I referred to this guide as the “Holiday Gift Guide for Sweet Nieces and Teens” but I wanted to find a word that was more gender neutral or something I could use collectively. I have four nephews and once niece and another nephew on the way. I was told to use the word “nibling”, which… Continue reading | 8 Comments
The Lipstick League – week of 11.7.16
Question of the Week: Fess up, what did you buy at the Sephora VIB sales?
EauMG’s Answer: Well, if I weren’t broke from having to pay for grad school, I would be participating. And if I already didn’t have a ton of stuff. I was initially planning on buying Tom Ford Orchid Soleil and Mugler Angel Muse. I was also planning on buying staples like Clarisonic Sensitive Brush Heads, some Drunken Elephant skincare and AmorePacific Cushion
Mexico is a diverse place and the Yucatán is its own special, isolated pocket due to its geographic location. Mérida has a rich Mayan heritage and the town is filled with Catholic cathedrals and colonial homes. It’s s such an interesting city with a resilient culture. It’s a wonderful place and we plan on returning soon.
I’d love to talk more about my trip but for the sake of this blog, I’ll keep it focused on beauty.
I stayed in San Juan in Centró, a historical… Continue reading | 7 Comments