It’s April! I’m so excited for spring, even though it doesn’t feel like it at all. It snowed day. It’s not fun to wake up after a nice sunny weekend to see snow everywhere. The good news is that most of it is gone so we can go on and forget about the weather’s silly episode.
It was finals in March so I sort of snapped and stress-bought stuff. I ended up ordering a couple of lipsticks and a concealer from Sephora. Beauty Brands
February is over! March is here. Which is great because I’m so over winter and I’m so ready for spring.
Here’s what I bought in February: I repurchased La Roche-Posay Toleriane Hydrating Cleanser. I also bought some Kneipp on sale (they’re holiday gift sets were marked down). I bought LUSH Godiva Shampoo Bar. OMG, that stuff smells amazing. It’s a skanky jasmine. Honestly, I thought I’d use it as a bar soap because I have had rotten experiences with bar shampoos in the… Continue reading | 9 Comments
It was one of those months where I needed to replenish boring things. I repurchased some The Ordinary for this household and some French pharmacy skincare basics from Beautyhabit (they had an amazing GWP). I also bought MAC Gentle Makeup Remover. For the rest of the month I did pretty good at controlling my impulses. But, then one Saturday shopping day after a much needed haircut, I felt like treating myself. I picked up a couple Innisfree items (repurchases) and some… Continue reading | 6 Comments
Empties are posts that I do where I tally the amount of beauty products that I empty. It also is something that I do that makes me feel like a total hoarder (empty bottles accumulate until the end of a month for a “photo shoot”), but hey, bloggers are weird people. There’s a few reasons why I’m so consistent with my Empties post. Firstly, it helps me keep up with what I’m actually using. I can quickly reference and see if something was a hit/miss for… Continue reading | 18 Comments
The Lipstick League – week of 1.8.18
Question of the Week: What’s your biggest skincare issue, and which product(s) do you use to help with that issue?
EauMG’s Answer: Cystic acne. It’s the absolute worst. I keep meaning to write about my experience with it. Basically, my skin was perfect until I reached my 30’s. At this time, every thing went to heck. To abbreviate this long story, it’s not just products that manage this. I take medication, use topical prescriptions, avoid certain ingredients and hope