Another week has passed us by and with the craziness that was Black Friday, I’m struggling to remember what actually happened last week. I worked my very first retail Black Friday which was insane but not awful but other than that it was a pretty unspectacular week. So with that in mind I’ve decided to share some of my favourite blogs with you today!
I truly love makeup. I mean, obviously, or I wouldn’t write this blog. I love wearing dark, vampy lips or bold reds…but on a day-to-day basis I just can’t be bothered. Touch ups and I really don’t get along – I can’t even be bothered to reapply concealer to heinous zits, let alone anything else. So when I’m out and about – especially when I’m at work – I need a look that is totally fuss-free and easy to maintain.
And so my every day makeup routine was born. Something that I can quickly thrown on in the morning without having to touch up while I’m running around.
Where did November go? I feel like Halloween just happened a few days ago!
Happy Sunday, lovelies!
It is a bright, sunny day here in Halifax today, though I haven’t stepped outdoors yet. I’ve been really enjoying having a lazy weekend after a busy week of work that left me super drained and with a hint of the sniffles. I am determined to chase them away with lots of sleep and tea this weekend – so far so good!
Welcome to the second instalment of the Holiday Gift Guide series! This under $25 gift guide is chock full of bath and body supplies with just a few makeup bits thrown in – and I am drooling over every single one of them.
This post contains products that were sent to me for my consideration. Go here for my disclosure policy.
Wet n Wild has reignited my lip crayon love again – they are just so easy to wear and the crayon format is so fun! This collection of Wet n Wild Balm Stain lippies were sent to me as part of the Steal the Look campaign and I’ve just been having a blast playing with them. (Yes, even the pink one!)
These lippies are so easy to wear with hint of colour, a wallop of moisture and a tiny bit of a stain. They don’t stain as much as the Revlon ones, so if that’s what you really like about these crayon-format lippies I would suggest sticking to Revlon’s offerings. But other than that, these beauties are just so perfect – affordable, moisturizing, fun, with great colour choices for any mood. Yep, I’m sold.
As promised, I have an update on my Finish Six by Christmas progress! I think I’m doing alright so far, but I could certainly be doing better! In case you need a refresher, this is where I started off: