November Favorites!

Whoo! So it's time for November favorites and my products for this month aren't really anything new that I've purchased this month with the exception of two items. Here are the pictured items that I'm lovin' this month.

TRESsemme Split Remedy - I believe this made an appearance in my favorites last month as well.  Still using it, still lovin' it.  I apply two pumps to throughout damp hair or occasionally one small pump in dry hair after straightening in addition too or instead of the Dove smooth stuff.  It smells delightful and makes my hair so soft.  I believe it's about $4 at Walmart.

Mega Aussie Hairspray - It's a great big can and it's the only hair spray I use these days.  It smells amazing and holds curls or whatever else I need it for.  I'm on my second can of this stuff. About $4 at Walmart

Dove Frizz Control Taming Cream - Talk about a product that lasts forever, I've had this same bottle for over a year and a half and it's like...half full still and I use it all the time.  It smells like fresh linen and I just use a couple of pumps in my hair after I straighten it to keep it smooth and shiny and not frizzy.  I don't think I'll ever ditch this for another product.  It's a holy grail item. About $4 at Walmart

got2b Guardian Angel heat defense spray - I like my TRESsemme heat defease better, but I can't find it, and I have two bottles of this so I figured I'd use it up.  I use it almost daily.  Kinda smells tarty.  I didn't like it at first, but now it's not so bad. About $4 at Walmart

Rimmel London Natural Bronzer in 027 Sundance - As you can see, I've hit pan.  I find all other bronzers I've tried to be much to bold on my pale skin but this one is very, very, light - so much show that anyone with skin darker than me probably wouldn't like it.  I've had this for probably...ehh...3 years, I go off and on using it.  I wanna say it was $3 or $4 at Walmart but I don't remember.

LA Colors Liquid Eyeliner in black pearl - I'm not sure if that's the exact name but it's something close to that.  It's a liquid eyeliner, the only one I have, and its easy for me to use, and it's cheap.  That's why it's here.  I'm sure there are better ones but I haven't had any issues with this one so far.  $2 at Dollar General

The All Natural Face mineral foundation in Dark Tan Warm - This is a...30 gram jar I think.  Which on the website is $17, or something like that.  It's my all time favorite makeup company and the only foundation that truly matches my complexion.  I love, love, love this product.  I've already gone through two jars, this is my third.
NYC Smooch Proof Lip Stain in Berry Long Time - As you may know, I'm a huge fan of Rock On Ruby but it's almost out so I bought a berry color instead.  I quite like it, and as always, they smell really great.
Below are swatches of the bronzer, lip stain, and liquid liner.

So that's it for my monthly favorites!  I should have a haul post as soon as my E.L.F. order from their cyber monday sale gets here, but that may be awhile since it says my order is still processing.  

I would also like to encourage you to check out my blog sale.  I switched pictures ,added swatches and changed some items so please check it out. I update often!

And a big thanks to Dani @ for nominating me for the Liebster Award! Totally made my day.  I'll have that post up and tag some loverly bloggers very soon. (:


Cyber Monday & E.L.F. Coupon codes

Rawr. So I'm kicking myself at the moment because I accidentally deleted the post that was called "Dresses, college, Black Friday, and Red hair." I thought about redoing it but it was kind of lengthy and had quite a few pictures so I just post the highlights.

 Keep Calm & Carry On Mug; $3.99, TJ Max
Cropped studded jacket; $7, Rue 21
Dresses, $17 each, JC Pennies

I also got a purple shower caddy for $6 and a Little Black Dress hanging jewelry organizer for $20 from Bed, Bath, & Beyond. And also from TJ Maxx I got a aqua and white chevron throw blanket for $20. If you didn't already know, TJ Maxx has the cheapest, softest blankets in the world. I love them. I already have a brown zebra print blanket from there that I bought three years ago.

Now, for Cyber Monday! I told myself last night that I wasn't going to get anything because I've already spent way to much money this week from my Maurices shopping spree, Black Friday shopping, and shopping with my best friend on Saturday. But, I made the mistake of looking at a bbloggers post on Cyber Monday deals and got really excited over Sephora and Ulta's free shipping with $25 or more.  Then, the holy grail of sales appeared. E.L.F, one of my favorite cosmetic companies, 50% off site wide with the purchase of $25 or more.  Or, if you didn't want to spend that much, you could get free shipping instead.

Sooo I got 10 things -eyeliners, blushes, and nail polishes- which was $26 plus $6.95 so after I entered the code and got 50% it ended up being $19.95.  You can't be that.  I was stoked and I can't wait for the shipment to get here so I can do a haul post for you guys.  (:

Below are the codes to use for the deals (they're on the site too), the sale ends at midnight and items are going out of stock quickly so act fast!

50% off purchase of $25 or more - 50WIDE
Free Shipping over $25 - SHIP25

Go, go, go! Let me know if you got anything. (: 'cause I love elf.


P.S. I want to see your empties/favorites posts! Link them in the comments.

Nail Trends - Drugstore Alternatives: Oxblood

So this is the first in a new series I would like to start on drugstore alternatives to nail polish trends.  I am by no means a nail artist, and I don't do well even painting single colors because I have a shaky hand and dry cuticles. But thats okay, because I paint them anyway and I really love the trends that I've seen and heard about so far this season.  What I love even more than trends, are getting the same look for a cheaper price.  Poor college kid from the middle of no where = minimal resources.

My favorite color by far this season is oxblood.  While there is quite a bit of variance as to what color this actually is, I personal believe it to be a deep brownish burgundy rather than a vampy dark red like you may see being referred to as oxblood else where.  Today I will be reviewing Rich in Heart by Sinful Colors, a nail polish available at Walmart for $1.97.  Based on reviews and swatches of OPI products, Rich in Heart is a great dupe of I'm With Brad from OPI by Sephora.  It is also very similar to La Moss by butter london.  This season, the maroon, burgundy color is definitely the new black.  It actually looks black from a distance so you get the dramatic look for a dark polish with a little bit of sexy flair.  It's safe to say I'm in love.

Okay so, on to Sinful Colors. I was iffy about buying this polish because I few months ago, I tried a different color at a friends house of the same brand and I hated how matte and dull it was when it dried.

The first coat I applied to my thumb almost scared me off as I applied it fairly thinly and it pretty much looked like I had dumped prune juice on my nail, it was not a very attractive color.  I had almost written it off from that moment as I was certain that no number of applications was going to make it look like the color in the bottle.  I'm happy to say, that I was proved wrong.  Later on I applied the polish to the rest of my fingers, two coats on each nail, three on the thumb and was pretty thrilled with the result.  It still sort of has a deep brown, prunish look to it but my second coat was a lot heavier so the red shimmers were more apparent.

I wouldn't classify this as a glitter polish, it has more of a glossy sheen to it.  It applied very smoothly, dried quickly and doesn't look streaky.  It's very deep and luxurious and fantastic and I pretty much love it.  I took a show right after I painted them, so they chipped a little, which was to be expected.  This is day three and they still look fine except about 15% has chipped on from one finger.  I should probably note that I don't use a clear top coat...ever...mostly because I'm lazy and the only one I have is from Salley Hansen and it smells like dried tea leaves, which I think is gross.  So if you got this, and applied a top coat for the first couple days, this could last ages.  It really is a gorgeous color and a great alternative to butter or OPI oxblood colors.  I really wish I could have taken photos to do the color justice but because of the red shimmery stuff getting the right lighting was hard.

In conclusion, great color, exceeded my expectations by far, and will probably be my go to polish throughout winter. (:

What's your favorite nail trend? / What's on your nails atm?


Broadway Impress Press-on Nails Review

When it comes to doing my own nails, I am the least talented person in the entire world I am almost positive.  I cannot for the life of me paint my nails smoothly and when it comes to painting with my less dominant hand...well we won't even go there. So to compensate, I like to get fake nails from the drugstore.  I don't do this all the time, because my nails are strong and grow quickly and I don't want to harm them but everyone once in awhile I'll grab a set to wear for a week or so.
Yesterday, while at Walmart, I was going to try the Sally Hansen stick on nails but decided against it, I'm still scared it will be a waste, and instead went for a new product called Broadway imPRESS Patterned Nail Covers ($6.97, Walmart).  This style uses a glue-less application, so instead of using messy nail glue that may or may not hold on the first go, to apply, you peal off the clear stickers covering the adhesive an simply press on.
Application & Fit;;
 I was iffy about the glue-less part at first but I am pleased to say that the process is very simple and quick and they do stick to the nail quite well.  I think that the most time consuming part of using these nails for me was finding the ones that best fit my nails.  The package contains 24 nails in 12 different sizes.  Now, I don't know if it's just the fact that I maybe have weirdly shaped fingers, but I didn't not find a single nail that fit perfectly.  I feel like that all need to be slightly wider on the top sides.  There are small pieces of nail that remain uncovered while wearing these and the thumbnails were all too small.  The nails that I chose were the closest fit.  The extra space isn't super viable unless it's pointed out so it's not that big of deal but I feel like these could have been designed a little better.
I chose the hot pink zebra print pattern because I'm smitten for anything with zebra print.  The hot pink really pops and each nail has a gorgeous glossy finish.
So far, I've only had them on for a day.  They are supposed to last a week and I think that they probably will.  I'll edit this and let you know how it turned out but as of now, I haven't noticed any peeling.  I've used nails with super glue before and you can tell when they are starting to come off because the sides of the nail are no longer stuck to your actual nail.  I haven't noticed anything like that so i think they'll do just fine.  They are short enough that you can perform day to day activities without fear of breaking, so that's a plus.

Update:: These actually lasted about four/five days before one came off so I took off the rest.  Considering I was working in a nursing home kitchen at the time, my hands were constantly wet and soapy so I'd say they held up wonderfully under the circumstances.
Will I purchase these again? Probably not.  I really, really love the print, and the packaging they came in was really cute as well but I've used other nail brands that have better fitting nails.  I encourage you all to give these a try though, not everyone will have a problem finding a nail that matches as there are 24 different sizes.

This was posted on my old blog about six weeks ago.  Have you tried out this brand? What were your thoughts?

Tag: 7 Deadly Sins of Beauty

This tag is a bit outdated but I've been watching a lot of tag videos on YouTube lately and I always wanted to do this here we go!

GREED - What is your most expensive beauty item? the most inexpensive?
Hm, I don't really spend massive amounts of money on makeup.  I mean, if we added it all up it would probably be about the same as buy high end products but on a single product, I don't even like spending more than $5 if its not foundation. So, I would say that my most expensive product is my 120 Pro Palette that I got off ebay for about $15.  I got it a couple years ago when I first started to watch makeup videos on YT (Panacea81).  Okay, now that I think about it, I bought this palette my junior year of high school and I'm now a sophomore in college sooo I've had it awhile.  I don't use it as much anymore but I do adore these shadows. I'm sure I'll buy something high end someday. I do get emails from sephora now. (;

The most inexpensive? Anything from NYC or LA Colors.  I have a few NYC lipsticks that were $0.97 and I have several eyeshadow palettes from dollar stores that I really use a lot when I'm feeling lazy.  Seriously, if you just want to screw around with makeup, grab a bunch of items from your local Dollar Tree, you're sure to find a diamond in the rough of something.

WRATH - What beauty products do you have a love/hate relationship with?
Oh my gosh. Definitely any loose pigment eye shadow that I have ever purchased.  I love, love, love mineral eye shadow pigments especially from independent companies (like the All Natural Face & Beautiful Girl minerals) because of all the lovely colors but I hate more than anything how messy they are.  I don't have a lot of time in the morning to do makeup so I find myself going to my cheapy palettes instead of the shimmery gorgeous pigments that I love so much.

GLUTTONY - What are your most delicious beauty products?
This may come a shock to some, but I don't really eat my makeup. =/ I do however, quite enjoy the occasional taste of my Raspberry Lemonade lip balm from Blistex. It was $1 from Dollar General. Seriously, get it.

SLOTH - What beauty products do you neglect due to laziness?
Primer, highlighter, contour, pretty much everything.  I've got into a really bad habit of using products I don't even like on a daily basis just because it's fast and easy and on hand. I'm stuck in a beauty rut. -sniff-

PRIDE - Which beauty products give you the most self confidence?
Foundation, is probably the most obvious, just because I do have acne and various skin issues and I refuse to be seen outside of my house without any on.  Other than that, eye shadow.  My eyes are my best feature and it makes me feel pretty and sexy to play them up.

LUST - What attributes do you find most attractive in a partner?
Sense of humor, talker, winning smile, to-die-for eyes, sweet as can be, obnoxious as hell, playful, sensitive, family man. I most certainly just described my kind-of-ex boyfriend and love of my life (don't ask. omg. haha).

ENVY -What items would you most like to receive as gifts / or are you wishing for currently?
I did a post on this not too long ago, but pretty much anything from Lush, Soap&Glory, Stila palettes, a foundation that's functional.  Oh, also, Physician's Formula eye shadow palettes.  They are beyond amazing and like...$15 or something. The one pictured is for green eyes.

That's my 7 sins! If you've done this tag in the past or are going to do it now, leave a link below! (:

Everyday Minerals Review

So, as you all know, I've been on the search for the perfect foundation, one that has the finish I desire, great coverage and most importantly, matches my skin tone.  While searching the net, I read a post where someone suggested trying Everyday Minerals because you can get samples of their foundation.  This attracted me for two reasons 1.) I love mineral foundations.  My go to powder foundation has been Dark Tan Warm from the All Natural Face for the past two to three years.  However, I most recently decided that this foundation doesn't match my skin tone as well as I always thought it did.  I find it a bit pink now.  and 2.) Samples.  I love anything that allows me to get a cheap sample product, especially with foundations since I don't want to pay $12 for something that doesn't match my face.

The Ordering Process - 4/5

And so the story goes...I marched over to Everyday Minerals and picked out 7 free samples (that's the max) and only had to pay for shipping.  My total came to $2.70.  That's pretty amazing if you ask me.  The samples were shipped that day and I was provided with a tracking number and my samples arrived two days later.  I ordered on November 5th and today is November 8th.  That's a very impressive turn around and shipping time.  So I was quite happy with that. My samples arrived in a small envelope (I chose this for cheaper shipping).  Inside were 7 resealable baggies with .05oz of product which is more than enough for four applications.  On the back of my invoice was more information about the products as well as directions on how to apply them.    I would like to address that although I did order only samples, when I went back to look at prices for a full sized jar, no where did I see how many ounces were in a full sized product.  It simply says "Big" for foundations, hence the point loss on this part.

Shade Selection - 4.7/5

Here's what I ordered: 4 Foundation base samples in semi-matte (fair, fair neutral, sandy fair, ivory), 1 Jojoba foundation base sample (Alabaster), Every day bronzer, and a multitasking concealer in neutral.

Of the shades I choose, all were very close to my skin tone, which was great, but none matched exactly, thus the 4.7.  And I wasn't really expecting an exact match.  The ones I ordered are definitely good enough that you have to pay close, close attention to see the difference.  Here's a quick run down of the shade descriptions in comparison to my skintone, which is pale and absolutely neutral.

Alabaster - site says "For very fair skin with cool undertones" I thought this was a little more orangy or pink than "cool" like is suggests.  This definitely would be better suited for someone who normally would be able to wear anything from CoverGirl in shade 105.

Sandy Fair - site says "For fair neutral complexions with a balance of pink and yellow undertones." that's a fitting description.  This one is quite lighter and requires blending to not look like a ghost but all the samples in "Fair" shades were very close to my skin tone.

Fair Neutral - site says "For very fair complexions, this is a true neutral ivory." Yep. This is what I would picture when someone says they have an ivory skin tone.  NOTHING like the drugstore brand ivory shades. This is very neutral and light.  Probably good for Asian complexions but it's actually what I'm wearing at the moment.

Fair - site says "For fair complexions with pink undertones" Pretty close.  The pink undertones are very, very light.  Fair and Sandy Fair don't appear any differently when compared side by side on the face as the differences are very subtle.

Ivory - site says "For very fair complexions with a hint of beige." If this would have been its exactly color except light, it would have been perrrrfect for me. It does have beige tones but it is a darker foundation shade than the ones in the "fair" range.

The Bronzer was quite dark on my skin but I did like the color and simply applied it lighter.  The concealer was a similar shade to fair neutral, maybe a tad darker and was the same formula as the foundation.

Formula- 4.8/5

The semi matte finish says that its a mix between their glo base and matte.  For those of you scared that a semi-matte will make you look shiny, don't be.  I have that issue as well with a lot of foundations but this one just looks like you have an inner glow.  It's very,very, very subtle and you don't look like you bathed in micro crystals.  It's not an obvious shimmer at all and it looks very natural when applied to the face.  On the skin, the foundation feel very smooth and soft.  It does offer full coverage if you build it up.  The mineral formula is not quite as thick as The All Natural Face but like I said, you can apply several layers to get your desired coverage.  I'm just in love with this finish.

The bronzer says it gives you a luminescent glow, but I found it to be quite matte when applied although, perhaps the glow will become more apparent throughout the day as some often do.  We shall see. (:

Overall - 4.5/5

I was very happy with the shipping speed, the shade selection and the formula.  I will be returning to order a full sized foundation, most likely in Sandy Fair or Fair Neutral as soon as I have worn the samples for a few days and decided between the two.  I will be emailing the company to find out the size of their full size foundations.

To the right is my FOTD, that's this foundation in Fair Neutral, their Everyday Bronzer, Starlight Eye mineral from BG Cosmetics over black CG eyeliner, NYC mascara (booo), NYC lip stain in Rock On Ruby, ELF Matte Lip Tint in Muave, misted with the All Natural Face hydration spray.  You can obviously see in this photo that I have acne.  #imnotperfectitsfine.

Something you have to keep in mind with mineral foundation, exfoliation and moisturizing is absolutely necessary before applying any mineral or powder to your face. If you have dry skin, it will make it look worse and extremely flaky.

Think you might want to try these? Do you already have them? Any other foundation suggestions for me? Comment below! (:

Daily Makeup Routine

So this is just what my daily makeup routine usually consists of when I'm lazy or pressed for time. These are all very basic products, mostly drugstore and is very light look.  I'm very fair skinned and it's rare that I find something that matches my skintone so any foundation, bronzer and blush shades must be applied lightly otherwise I look awful...and some days I do anyway (I need different foundation.).

First, I apply Covergirl Clean Foundation in 105 ivory with a sponge, which, you're actually not supposed to do because sponges harbor bacteria.  Today, I applied two "coats" just because I have acne and it makes me feel better if I build it up.   Then, I use an angled brush from ELF to apply Rimmel Bronzer in whatever the lightest shade is to the hallows of my cheeks.  I used a fluffy foundation brush from ELF to apply a slightly shimmery mineral blush from Zoe & Zac (from Payless' makeup line).  Covergirl perfect blend eyeliner in Brown Black and a bronze from an LA Colors palette.NYC Lip stain in Rock on Ruby and Matte Lip Tint from ELF in muave on the lips because I find it tones down the pink of the stain.  Finished off with NYC Big Bold Mascara (which I do not recommend btw).

This takes almost exactly 5 minutes and does need to be set with finishing powder I just usually don't do that until later in the day when I start to look oily.  I'm currently on the search for a better foundation, blush and lip color but that's been a life long search so I'm not expecting anything less than disappointment for awhile.

Products that I recommend from this look: Cover Girl Perfect Blend eyeliners go on smooth and bold; NYC Lip Stain smell amazing and are easy to apply; and Matte Lip tint from ELF which was also in my October favorites.

Products that I don't recommend: NYC Mascara.  They're cheap and with this brand of mascaras you really do get what you pay for.  They aren't waterproof, they burn like hell if you cry, clump when applying and they flake within an hour.  I don't like the bulky brush because its hard to get the little inner eye lashes.

If you've used any of these products, let me know your thoughts!

October Favorites!

October Favorities

So my October favorites post is a few days late but I did get 'er done and just like a warned you, there aren't that many products.  Read the last blog for the reference.  Anyway, here's the run down of this months loves.

Tresemme Split Remedy, $4 - I must add that this was purchased closer to the end of November...This is a leave-in conditioning treatment that can be used as a de-frizzer on dry hair or to fix split ends if applied to damp hair.  It claims to have improved split ends by 80% in three uses.  I have used it more than that and I haven't really paid attention enough to know if it does that or not.  I do love, that it makes my hair super soft and less frizzy when I apply two pumps to wet hair and let it air dry. It adds a shine factor and smells amazingggg.  I got this product in hopes to hydrate the ends of my hair and make them look less crispy, and it does, so I'm faving this product.

Covergirl Clean Foundation for Normal Skin, $4 - I've been using cover girl foundation since 7th grade. I used 105 ivory which is their lightest shade.  It is too pink for me so I have to be very careful when blending so I don't have a line at my jar.  The fact that the shade is so off is annoying to me and I always go out searching for something else but  I keep coming back to this. I've been using mineral foundation but my skin has gotten dry lately so I had to switch to liquid. I love the formula. It goes on light but is medium coverage.  The clean version smells like Noxzema (which is actually eucalyptus).  I like that it looks very glowy when I first put it on. Cons? It makes me look oily after a few hours so I have to constantly reset with powder.  And obviously the shade issue, but no drug store brands match me.

Runway perfume by Rue 21, $10 - It's a tarty fruity scent that it just wonderful.  It doesn't last that long but I like it anyway.  This an In Bloom from Avon by Reese Witherspoon are my two go-to daily fragrances.

ELF Matte Lip Color, $3 - I have this is Muave, I think. It lasts a long time and the color is slightly darker than my natural lip color so its easy to wear.  It is slightly drying so I have to apply a balm on top of it.  [I'm not a lipgloss person].

Blistex Chapstick, $1 - I have these in Raspberry Lemonade and Honey Lemon.  They're amazing.  I have to have some sort of chapstick or lip balm with me at all times and these are the ones I've been going to lately.  They're super cheap, plus I really liked the unique flavors/scents/whatevernoidon'teatmychaptstick.

Yup! That's all.  Now I gotta start working on buy items for my November Wishlist (previous post).  Also, I have order 7 samples from everyday minerals, mostly foundation samples, so I'll be doing a review on those as soon as they arrive. Stay tuned!

much love,

Most Wanted Items in November


My October favorites post, whenever I get around to writing that isn't going to consist of much.  Why? Because of the tons of shit I've bought during the month of November, none of it has been really wow-ing.  I could bring in products that aren't new during the month of October but I want my monthly favorites to be relatively new things that I've loved during the month that way I can compile a big yearly favorites video to show what products really made the cut.  Anyway, not many October favorites, so I was inspired to make a wishlist (thanks Polyvore!) of things I want to purchase during the month in the hopes that some of them will be on my November Favorites.

Sooo here's just a quick run down of the products that are pictured and why they're on this list.

Soap & Glory Body Butter, $18 - Zoella, on  youtube and a couple others talk about Soap and Glory products, particularly their sugar scrubs.  Winter makes my skin flaky and "thick" feeling if that makes any sense so I feel like a sugar scrub would be perfect not to mention relaxing.  Maybe, to cure my sugar craving, I can absorb this through my skin instead of cheating on my diet with a cupcake! No? Damn...

OPI Nail Laquer, $3 - That price is from amazon btw, for those of you that were like "wtf?". Haha. The shade pictured is Wine.  I've been searching drug stores for a great dark red and all of the ones I buy look dark red on the bottle but show up on my nails as more of a berry color, which I really don't like.  As far as non-drug store polishes, I've only ever tried China Glaze, which has gorgeous colors but chips faster than my $2 polish from walmart.  So, long store short, I'm going to try OPI. I've seen 2 october favorite videos that features OPI polishes.  I'll be taking a trip to Sally Beauty very soon to grab some of these.

Sally Hansen Salon Effects Nail Strips, $8 - These are expensive, so I've been holding off on getting these because I'm afraid they won't work or that they won't fit me right.  But I love their designs, especially the lace and zebra prints.

ELF Moisturizing Lip Tint, $3 - I bought this already! I used it twice then lost it. So maddddd! The nearest place I can get it is and hour and a half away.  I really liked it but I only used it a few times so that's why its on this list.

Rimmel London Kate Moss Lipstick,  $14 - I want this in 107.  I saw it in a drugstore lip product video on YT and thought the shade would be just what I'm looking for.  Pricey, but if its the red shade I'm looking for, it'll be worth it because these Cover Girl, Wet 'n Wild, and NYC shades are not cutting it.

ELF Studio Makeup Setting Mist, $6 - I saw this in another bloggers October favorites.  I've been a fan of The All Natural Face's hydration mist for awhile and it gives me a glow when I used mineral foundation that otherwise dulls my complexion, I want a mist that's going to actually set my makeup and keep it from melting or rubbing off throughout the day.  I always leave school looking significantly worse than I did when I got there.

Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush, $8 - I want the one in Peach something.  I had their blush when it was in the Mousse line (I don't know if they still make that or not) and I really liked it but ran out and never repurchased so I want to try this.

Revlon Just Bitten Lip stains, $9 - I'm most excited about this. I have an NYC lipstain in Rockin Ruby (or something like that) and I absolutely loveeeee it but it's almost out.  I've seen these raved about all over youtube so I'm dying to check these out. It's a lipstain plus balm which is great because after applying a lipstain I absolutely HAVE to apply a lip balm otherwise my lips feeling annoyingly dry.

That's all for this post!
My super small October favorites coming next!

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