It was my birthday month and people are nice. I received some lovely bath/beauty gifts. I also graduated with Masters of Science! So, May 2018 was a very busy month for me and also a very happy one.
I bought a full-size perfume! I bought Diptyque L’Ombre Dans L’Eau. I also bought a leave-in conditioner from Suave, which actually works and I can’t get over how cheap it is, and a L’Oreal conditioner.
A new store opened… Continue reading | 10 Comments
Colleen Rothschild is a skincare brand that boasts that they have “sensory-rich” products. I have a perfume blog. Trust me, I love things that involve the senses. But, when it comes to skincare, I tend to settle for simple. In skincare, I often take a term like “sensory-rich” as meaning “we use a lot of fancy fillers that are trendy or you haven’t heard of but aren’t really effective to sell you something expensive”. That is not the case at all with Colleen Rothschild products. Yes, they have… Continue reading
The Lipstick League – Week of 1/30/17
Question of the Week: Do you use micellar water? If so, when and how often do you use it?
EauMG’s Answer: Everyone I know uses it, but I don’t. I don’t really see how it fits into my routine. I use eye makeup remover at night and follow with the double cleansing method. Depending on the season, I usually do a quick wash in the morning with an oil cleanser (sans water) or with a low pH cleanser
I must admit that I’m happy August is over. It felt like a long month that went on and on. I’m sick of the heat, and even though I feel admitting it, I look forward to fall even though I know what follows autumn…
I tried a no-buy in August but failed. I ended up buying some Estee Lauder skincare and getting a free gift. I actually needed what I bought. OK, I didn’t need the bottle of… Continue reading | 14 Comments
The Lipstick League – Week of 8.31.15
Question of the Week: How do you remove your makeup? Traditional makeup removers, cleansing oils, balms, towelettes, natural oils or…?
EauMG’s Answer: I’ve yet to find an eye makeup remover that I love. I ended up mixing olive oil with aloe vera and it’s OK and works for removing stubborn, long-wearing lip colors too. I find that mascara is always difficult for me to remove, even with oil-based products and non-waterproof mascara. Why??? If I’m wearing a lot