There’s nothing like the promise of lipstick, to get us to buy more lipstick. More
It’s a tale as old as time: girl runs out of mascara, girl goes to Sephora for more mascara, girl gets more than she bargained for. More
Did I mention they’re free? More
For tomboys, non-girlie girls, and makeup newbies, Sephora can be hard to navigate. More
Have you ever lamented the fact that there’s really no where you can go to be told what makeup to buy (aside from women’s magazines, beauty blogs, beauty vlogs, and pinterest)? More
BB creams don’t care about black people. Yeah, hear me out. More
For those of you who love stocking stuffers but hate spending tons of cash, check out these lovely stocking stuffers under $20! More
This was originally supposed to be Makeup Inspired By: Frosty The Snowman, but upon realizing I looked like the evil snowman in Jack Frost, I decided to switch gears and do a look inspired by the legend of Jack Frost.
I would never head out and about on the town with this look unless I was attending a holiday costume party (note to friends: please start hosting these ASAP), regardless, I might as well have blue eyebrows every once-in-a-while. More
Also, that color would be flattering on exactly no one. More
We’re wild about dark red lips. More
Love bright, bold eyeliner? Me, too. The only thing that bums me out is when you spend money on something you think will be one gorgeous color, but it turns out to be a completely different shade despite the packaging and (possibly very obscure) name.
So, I decided to swatch a bunch of them on my eyes in order to see which offered the best colors! From deep magentas to iridescent purples to aquamarines, this guide has got you covered — all under $20! More
I’ve moved five times in five years, and every time I end up sore, faint, and feeling like I never want to see another human soul for as long as I live. More
Who the are these companies marketing to? Definitely not the women who would buy their products. More
Much has been said about Lindsay Lohan in Bret Easton Ellis’ The Canyons. Despite a lot of hype, some obnoxious interviews and a pretty fantastic trailer, the film itself has received primarily awful reviews — even from the actors themselves. However, I plan on seeing it because, despite all her idiocy, irresponsibility and the tragedy that was Liz & Dick, I still want to like LiLo in films again.
Personally, I love her look in The Canyons. It’s got that dark, apathetic Los Angeles air to it that’s pervasive throughout all of Ellis’ books. So, here’s my attempt at recreating that look. More