Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Glow or No?

It's the beginning of summer and we're wanting to show a little more skin without blinding anyone with our pasty winter skin. Gradual tanning lotions seem like a good option to start with because they allow you build a nice color slowly, rather than going straight from white to orange.
Jergens currently has a line of gradual tanners that would seem to appeal to anyone. So, we each tested a Jergens Natural Glow lotion of our choice for about a week to see if they lived up to what they claimed and gave us a "natural glow" to start the summer off with. Read on and let us know what tanning products you find to work the best for you!


xo Shawna, Lauren and Sandi

The Blonde's Jergens Natural Glow Review


This review was something I was pretty excited about, mostly because its something I need all the time and especially with summer coming up; it’s a TAN!
So, I have been using the Jergens Natural Glow Daily Moisturizer now for about 3 solid weeks. I got the lotion in “Medium/Tan skin tones“, only because they were out of the lighter one. From a past of self tanning lotion and creams and whatnot, I knew that the color sometimes turns out to be orangey. So for the first 4 or 5 days, I applied the lotion only every other day so that I could get a little bit of the new color adjusted to my skin. I then applied it everyday for a week, after I showered. I found it best to do a light exfoliation around places like your knees, elbows, ankles and wrists. For me those are my “boney” or roughest spots, so they sometimes pick up the color weird and get too dark or orange.
Within the first 5 days I couldn’t really see a difference, but everyone at work was commenting on how nice my tan was! By the middle of the second week (3 days into applying it daily) I could really see a difference, I had a very noticeable tan. I tried it for a week on my face as well but it never really showed any difference. I’m guessing that it’s because I had make up on and was washing my face twice a day, it didn’t allow the color to take hold.
The only downside to this lotion is that my feet ALWAYS ended up looking kind of goofy. The color only seemed to show up on the top part of my foot and had a noticeable orange line around my foot. I would have to gently buff around the sides of my feet with body scrub to blend out the line. Other than that, I really like this lotion.
After my first 2 weeks, I started using the lotion every other day or every 2 days, to keep up the color without it being so tan and obnoxious.

Here is my before picture and my after (2 weeks) picture of my right arm!


xo Shawna

Monday, May 30, 2011

The Asian's Jergens Natural Glow Review

Jergens promised to firm up your cellulite and darken your skin tone in as little as 7 days. Seems like a miracle lotion right?  I applied it every day before going to bed, making sure to let it dry before touching anything, and washing my hands after use. The packaging says it might stain clothes if it isn't dry and I noticed some of my clothes looked dirty after I wore the lotion. From my first application, I notice that it did give my skin a slightly darker skin tone as well as a nice light shimmer but I just couldn’t get over the scent of the lotion. The way it interacted with my skin made me hate the lotion. I noticed the darker skin tone went away in the shower. The second application made me a little bit darker and did hide my stretchmarks and cellulite better, but again after a shower it tends to fade easily. Every time I applied the product, my skin tone got a little bit darker but the shower always made it disappear.  Henna doesn’t work on my skin either so maybe that’s why this stuff didn’t last like I expected. I don't have any pictures because my skin looks the same after this experiment.  You really need to use this stuff
everyday in order for it to work, if you can handle the smell!! Hope you guys have better luck with this stuff, I’m just going to stick to the natural stuff, THE SUN!!


The Brunette's Jergens Natural Glow Review

Years ago I loved tinted moisturizers. I was too afraid to use fake tan and end up streak-y, so working up a tan over time seemed like a good idea. This still sounds good to me, however, after using Jergens Natural Glow Daily Moisturizer I may have changed my mind. This product has been out for years, but recently they have reformulated this lotion and released different types of lotions such as  "firming" and "revitalizing" gradual tans. I chose the "revitalizing" gradual tanning lotion because it claimed to "last 2x longer with a powerful antioxidant and Vitamin E". I also chose the Fair to Medium skin tones since my skin was extremely pale after the winter months.
Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this gradual tan lotion. The color it did give me was minimal and orange looking, and I did not notice it lasting any longer than other lotions or the original formula of the same lotion. The absolute worst thing about this lotion was the smell. All tanning products have that yucky smell to them, but this was extreme and I could not get used to it.

On a more positive note, I also decided to try the Jergens Natural Glow Healthy Complexion Daily Facial Moisturizer in Medium to Tan at the same time. This also had a stinky smell to it, but it was much more subtle. I noticed some nice color on my face after only two uses and it didn't break me out! Give it a try!


Hope you all had a great weekend!
x, Lauren

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Clean Faces!

Today we'll be sharing our individual face washing routines! We'd love to hear about products you've found (or MADE like Sandi did!) that have helped your skin. If you'd like to know a little bit more about each of our skin types, you can check out our individual tabs at the top of the page!
Hope you're all well!

xoxo, Shawna, Lauren and Sandi

The Blonde's Facewash Routine!


I try to keep my face wash routine pretty simple, but I do like to mix up my products occasionally. As of right now I am using all my same products that I have been using for months and months. The one new product I have been using since the start of May is the CVS Cleansing Skin Cream, comparable to Noxema face wash. I wash my face in the morning and then again in the evening.
 
These are the products that have been working for me:
1) CVS Cleansing Skin Cream. I am really loving this wash, it's creamy and I love the tingly feeling it gives when I use it. I use this in the morning and evening and it doesn't dry out my skin.

2) Clean and Clear Advantage 3-in-1 Foaming Acne Wash. I use this in the evening to really deep clean after my day at work and going to the gym.

3) Clean and Clear Blackhead Clearing Scrub. I use this once a week when I feel my skin getting dull. It is not a harsh scrub at all and is great for my sensitive and dry skin.

4) Clean and Clear Dual Action Moisturizer. This is also a semi-new item to my routine. It's not as moisturizing as i would like it to be, and it leaves my skin feeling kind of tight.
Hope everyone's having a great week!
xo- Shawna

The Asian's Facewash Routine!

I am a lazy girl when it comes to washing my face. I usually just use my dove bar in the shower, but I have been better lately because of a couple tricks I've learned. Hopefully it gets you inspired to keep your mug clean too! First off, I remove the make-up I have on by dipping a cotton ball into my regular face lotion. The lotion moisturizes as it removes my eye make-up. Theres no need to buy an extra product when you have a normal face moisturizer that doubles as make-up remover! Then I usually just wash my face with normal Cetaphil on a daily basis. I also try to exfoliate my face a couple times a week. Any more than that my skin gets really sensitive. I learned a trick in Cosmo to add a tablespoon of baking soda to the normal amount of my facewash (I add a little bit of water to make a paste). This is a SUPER inexpensive exfoliant and it leaves my skin baby soft. The baking soda is a nice fine grit to slough away dead skin and its probably in your pantry anyways. If this homemade treatment doesn't suit your fancy, there are tons of homemade face treatment recipes online, let me know if you guys find a good one! Happy facewashing!!



Sandi

The Brunette's Face Washing Routine

I am the worst at washing my face at night. I know it sounds gross, but I just hate getting out of my comfortable bed to go wash my make up off. This being said, my routine is fairly quick and easy. Here it is:
First, I use Cetaphil to cleanse off all make up. I use Cetaphil labeled "Gentle Skin Cleanser for All Skin Types" because I found that I can clean off my eye make up and it won't irritate my eyes like the one for oily skin seemed to when I used it. I wet my face, use the cleanser, rinse off and repeat one more time to ensure I remove all eye makeup.


About once or twice a week I will use a scrub on my face after washing off all makeup. I used to love the St. Ives Apricot scrub, but a friend told me the seeds used in the scrub actually scrape and damage your skin instead of just lifting away dead skin. So, impressionable me found a face scrub that was a little more "gentle". Now I am using Origins Modern Friction Nature's Gentle Dermabrasion which uses grains of rice to help lift dead skin. My skin feels so nice and soft after using this product and I have to force myself not to use it everyday!

Next I use a toner. I don't really have a favorite toner at the moment, but I'm currently using Neutrogena's Pore Refining Toner. I know alcohol is bad and dries out your skin, but this toner contains alcohol and I feel like it cleanses my skin better than anything I've tried so far. I simply apply the toner to a cotton ball and swipe it over my face and neck. Even after using Cetaphil on my skin twice, this toner still seems to wipe away dirt or bits of makeup. If anyone knows of a great toner that does not contain alcohol, I'd love to know about it!

Lastly, I apply my moisturizer. Currently I'm still using the Doctor's Dermatologic Formula Ultra-Light Oil-Free Moisturizing Dew that I received as a Sephora Insider's gift a while back. I really enjoy using it and it will be a sad day when this sample runs out! 



If I'm being completely honest, sometimes I'll just use makeup remover wipes. But only if I'm really lazy!!!

Hope this was interesting to read! I'd love to know about others' routine's!

x Lauren

Friday, May 20, 2011

3 Smokey Eye Looks!

We're back with our own individual takes on the smokey eye. Everyone has their own technique, and we hope ours are helpful! Feel free to share your smokey eye looks!!!
Hope you all have a great weekend!

Beyonce lookin' hot and smokey

xo, Shawna, Lauren and Sandi

The Blonde's Smokey Eye

Before I get started on this eye tutorial, I want to point out that 3 weeks ago I did dye my hair from bleach blonde to a medium brown shade. I have only had brown hair one other time in my life, a couple of years ago. I was in need of a change and took the plunge again to dark hair, I really like it so far and I hope I don’t get bored of it too soon! But because of my new dark locks and the fact that I have pretty pale skin, I know I need to play up my eyes more so I don’t look so washed out all the time. And this eye tutorial was a great way for me to try out a different way to do that! Now, on to the eyes;

For my smokey eye look I used Maybelline Stylish Smokes in the shade Plum Smokes. This palette is based in purple colors, which I love. I started with a clean eye and a Benefit Lemon Aid eyelid primer. On the back of the shadow palette it tells you were to apply the shadow for a smokey look. I pretty much followed it step by step. I applied the base to my entire eye, and pat on the shimmery purple lid color and finally packed on the dark purple color into my crease. I used a small eye shadow brush for all of the colors and then used a blending brush at the end to smoke it all together. Instead of the brownish color it gave for the liner, I opted to use my own liner. First I rimmed my eye with a black NYC eye liner pencil; then I used my e.l.f cream eyeliner in plum purple to add a slight winged tip to my top lash line. I finished it off with my Rimmel Lash Accelerator mascara in extreme black.
Overall I like this look, I have deep set eyes, so any smokey eye in very dark colors is too much for me, but I think the light to medium shades of purple were just right for my skin tone and eye color! This will definitely be a repeat look for me!












xo Shawna (a blonde at heart)

The Asian's Smokey Eye Tutorial

The smokey eye is a challenge to any girl and I've had my fair share
of trials and tribulations with it. I've tried the dark, dramatic
effect of black eyeshadow and I really suggest that none of you try it
unless you have freakishly huge eyes or work at MAC. Eyes are one of
the most striking features that Asian women have and highlighting them
with a shimmery, smoky eye enhances them more. Anyways, here is my
step by step attempt of a Smokey eye effects.



1 .Apply your regular primer/foundation/ powder all over including your eyes
2. Choose a base for your eyeshadow, preferably a shimmery cream for
this.  I used MAC paint pot in "Bare Study" use a shimmery cream from
my eyebrows down to my lash line.
3. Choose 3 tones of eyeshadow: Light, Medium and Dark. Try to use
browns, like a light beige for your base all over the eyelid, and a
mauve or chocolate brown for the color closer to your lash line in
order to open up your eyes.
4. Next apply your medium brown (I used smashbox's Bronze eyeshadow)
or mid-tone shade all along your lash line and the outer corner of the
lid
5. Apply your light eyeshadow (smashbox's Strike eyshadow) along the
inner corner to open up you eyes
6. In the crease of your outer corner, apply the darkest shade of
eyeshadow (MAC's Mystery) and blend
7. Outline your eyes with pencil eyeliner for a soft and sultry finish
8. Mascara those eyelashes!
9. Keep your lips neutral gives smokey eyes all the attention. Use a
flesh toned lip pencil and a pink or caramel shade of lipstick or lip
gloss to give your lips a subtle finish.



Hope you guys like it!
<3 Sandi

The Brunette's Daytime Smokey Eye

I mentioned in my April favorites that I would be talking about the Urban Decay Naked palette again soon, and here it is! The Naked palette is perfect for darker, night out make-up, but also just for everyday make-up. Lately I've been wearing a smokey eye during the day with some of the lighter colors in the pallet. Of course you don't need the Naked palette to achieve a daytime smokey eye, but it's nice having all the shades needed together in one palette. This smokey eye is very simple so I'm going to try to go through the steps without too much confusing detail:

I use a fluffy brush to apply "Naked", or any natural light brown shade all over the lid. I also use a fluffy brush to apply "Virgin" as a highlight on my brow bone.

Next I use a slightly more condensed brush to apply "buck" or any shade of a darker brown to the crease of my eyelids.


Using a flat brush I then apply "darkhorse" or any shade of deep dark brown to my upper and lower lash line. On the lower lash line I start from the outside and only work my way about halfway into the lid. I've found that if I line my entire bottom lid it makes me look as if I have dark circles.

I also blend the deep dark brown shade into the outside of my crease as well.
Lastly, I blend all of the colors together so there are no harsh lines and the colors are not too dark to wear during the day as well as add some eyeliner to my waterline and mascara.


All of the brushes I use and that are pictured in this post are from the Sonia Kashuk Gold Mine 7-piece brush set from Target. I love them!

Hope you have fun trying out your own smokey eye looks!

Have a great weekend!
x Lauren

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Sick City, Isn't It A Pity


Tonight and for the past day or two I haven't been feeling 100%. I've just been achey and pitiful. I'm the biggest baby when I'm sick and I just want somebody to take care of me. Seeing as I'm 24 years-old now, no one in my house feels that's quite necessary (rude) and I'm left to cure myself. 
The reason why I'm writing about my cold on our blog is because I thought I'd take this opportunity to share with you two bath products which have made me feel better! 



The first is from the Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy line and is the Sleep Body Wash and Bath Foam in Vanilla Lavender. I got this as a "I don't know you very well so I got you a Bath & Body Works set" present (it really is a good safe-bet present) a while back and hadn't tried it yet, but I'm glad I did now! This is so nice to use before going to bed, the lavender really relaxes you and the vanilla helps to keep it from smelling Grandma-y. If you're not feeling well, I recommend taking a nice warm shower or bath with this and then pouring yourself into bed to sleep it off.








This next product is a favorite of mine even if I'm not ill, although I found it to be extra nice while I've had this cold. Philosophy's Inner Grace perfumed shampoo, bath & shower gel has helped while I’ve felt achy and haven’t had the energy to stand in the shower for a long time (I warned you I’m a big baby) because it can be used as shampoo and a body wash. I think there are 3 different scents in Philosophy’s Grace range, but I like Inner Grace the most because of its musky scent. I try not to use mine everyday because I found this bottle at TJ Maxx (TK Maxx I believe it is if you live in the UK??) for such a good price and I’m hoping I’ll find it there again before this one runs out. Keep your eyes peeled and hopefully you can find a discounted bottle as well!
The scent is just so pretty and girly and smelling nice just always makes me feel that tiny bit better when I’m not feeling well.



Hope you've all had a great Saturday and remembered to get your Mom something nice for Mother's Day tomorrow! Maybe if your Mom's sick on Mother's Day you could make a nice bath for her with one of these bath products??? 

Goodnight!
x Lauren



Friday, May 6, 2011

Review: E.L.F All Over Color Stick


We're happy to get back to reviewing products, and we have many exciting reviews planned for the month of May! We'll be starting with E.L.F's "All Over Color Stick". These little sticks come in a variety of colors and only cost $1!
Here are some claims listed on the product's packaging to keep in mind while reading :

  • "Naturally illuminates for a healthy glow."
  • "Instantly soothes & conditions skin."
  • "Multi-purpose formula."
Our reviews are posted below! Hope you enjoy them and have a great weekend!

x Shawna, Lauren & Sandi

The Asian's Review of E.L.F's "All Over Color Stick"



This all over color is a steal for just $1 from target! I got this in Pink Lemonade and the scent matches the name. Its a very shimmery bright pink, with lots of sparkle. It works great as a blush and lip color. The consistency is perfect for a cream blush- it's not too dry and it's not too creamy. The color stick packs a lot of pigment and really lasts. I just streak it on the apples of my cheeks towards my hairline and just blended it with my finger tips. Its blends really easily. Unfortunately the shimmer is hard to take off but it is still a great product nonetheless. Im also wearing it on my lips for an extra touch of color. I would recommend putting a layer of lip gloss over it to really make your lips stand out!


-Sandi

The Brunette's review of E.L.F's "All Over Color Stick"

I've really been loving all my E.L.F products lately, so I was excited to review the color stick. I bought the shade "Golden Peach" at Target for $1 and swatched it on my hand as soon as I got back to my car. Initially, I hated it and how large the flecks of sparkle were, but decided to give it a fair chance and actually try it on my face. 


I thought this shade was a little too golden and shimmery to use on my cheeks as a blush, but I applied it with a blush brush and this made it easier to blend the shimmer out a little. I wouldn't use this often as a blush, but in a pinch it'd be good for adding a little bit of color. What I loved this product for was an eye shadow. I applied it all over my lid with just one other color in my crease. It was easy to apply with an eye shadow brush, and like the packaging claims it does have a bit of a soothing effect which feels very nice on your eyes. 
Since this stick can be used in a variety of different ways it would be great to throw in your bag if you were going to stay the night somewhere and didn't want to lug a big make up bag around with you. It's not my favorite E.L.F product, but for $1 it's a pretty good find! 



Have a great weekend!
x, Lauren

The Blonde's Review of E.L.F's "All Over Color Stick"


For this review we tried the e.l.f. all over color stick in our color of choice. I went for the lighter of the two (because of my pale complexion) and chose the shade Golden Peach. I was excited to try and use this stick as a quick go-to, to add shine and color to my cheeks and eyes; I was hoping for a sun kissed look. Unfortunately, I was not pleased with this product. The stick glided on smooth, and I rubbed it out a little bit with my finger so it didn’t look too streaky. But the color was so light on my skin, I can barely see it. If I look closely in the mirror with the sun shinning JUST right, I can see hints of golden flecks and a slight gleam. But the color basically blends into my skin and after about 5 minuets, I couldn’t even tell I had applied it. I was hoping for more from this product, and maybe if I feel really up to it, I’ll try the other shade they sell it in. But overall, I would not buy this product again.


xo, Shawna

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The Blonde's April Favorites

So now that April has come to a close and summer is getting closer and closer; I am stocking up on some great beauty products for the warm weather! 





The first item I have been loving is the Maybelline New York One by One Volume Express mascara in the color blackest black. For those who read my “What’s in my makeup bag” post, you know that I was struggling with accidentally buying a water proof mascara. So this time I was sure of what I was getting and I love this product. When you look at the brush it looks like it is covered in bristles of all sizes, so that it can coat every lash “one by one”. it goes on smoothly and doesn’t clump on me throughout the day like my falsies mascara used to do. Although my lashes don’t look as dramatic and long as they did with the Falsies mascara, they do look more individualized and fanned out with this new one. Plus, the bright color of the packaging sold me on it!







The next item I have been grabbing for on a daily basis is my new E.L.F. Healthy Glow Bronzing Powder in the shade Sun Kissed. I am loving E.L.F. now that they have started carrying it at my local Target. The products are very inexpensive and I have found that they are of good quality as well. I apply this bronzer with a big loose brush to give a nice all over glow and tanned effect. And because this is a very build able product, I can go in with a smaller contouring brush on my cheekbones to make those stand out even more. The one draw back I have found about this bronzer is that when I sweep my brush over it, it releases so much loose powder everywhere, you really just need a light tap of the brush on the bronzer to get a good amount of color. And I have been getting tons of compliments on how great my tan looks ;)






The last product is the first time I have used something like this, it’s a lip stain. Its Color Sensational lip stain by Maybelline New York in the color “wink of pink”. I was looking for a soft pink, similar to a flushed check look…but on my lips. The color it turned out to be was a little bit darker, a mix between a dark pink and a red wine color. A lot darker than I am used to, but it just means I’m applying less of the product. The staying power is great, even now its hard to rub off the color swatch I made on my hand. I’ve heard people say that lip stains tend to dry out pretty fast, I’ve had mine for almost 3 weeks and it seems to be holding up pretty well so far. But if anyone has any other recommendations for a ‘just bitten’ looking lip stain, let me know :)
xo Shawna

The Asian's April Favorites!






Bonne Bell Lip Lites in Cappuccino- I recently rediscovered my high school favorite lip gloss from Bonne Bell. Its a nice nude color with mega shine. The scent is the BEST. I have to wear a layer of aquaphor underneath (lip allergies) and like most lip glosses it doesn't last long. Its a great color at its price tag of $3.49. Its not sticky like other glosses can be and the color cant be beat! 

Sinful Colors in Pink 871- Caution! This is a NEON shade of nail polish. I use this color on my toes to add a pop of color. It dries very matte so I use a clear top coat to finish it off. These polishes are really inexpensive so you can purchase loads of colors. This shade was $1.99.

EOS Everyday Hand Cream in nourish – This lotion is a lightweight non- greasy lotion. Its small packaging makes it a perfect fit in my purse. This lotion is made with moisturizing shea butter, oat extract, of antioxidants and vitamins C and E. It made up of 97% natural ingredients for all skin types and its hypoallergenic. I like brands that aren’t all chemicals and don’t test on animals. This hand cream retails for $3.99 but I got it for free by entering their sweepstakes on facebook!


Ecotools Mini Nail Files- Another compact product to fit in my purse. Files have a medium and fine grits on either side. It’s made with natural, sustainable materials and for .99 cents these cant be beat!

Lorac Starry-Eyes Baked Eye Shadow Trio in Star Style – This comes with three eyeshadows in one package. These shades of brown work day or night and I’ve been using these eyeshadows for a few months and I still have tons left.  The shadow is silky smooth and the colors blends together easily. It works on my olive skin tone well and still has enough shimmer to stand out.  I got this at Sephora for $26 but that’s like paying $8.60 for each shade.  Worth the splurge if you ask me.

John Frieda Anytime Volume Refresher dry shampoo- I got this dry shampoo because there was a dollar off coupon. It was originally 5.99 but I got it for 4.99. Its intended for fine hair but I have super thick hair. It smells sooooo good though! The only way I can describe is that it’s a sweet, summery smell. It  agreat way to freshen up your hair between washings!

Monday, May 2, 2011

The Brunette's April favorites!

It's Spring and my allergies definitely kicked in this April! Also, the weather has been back and forth, so my skin is not really sure what it wants. This makes it hard to stick to the same products through the entire month, but here are the products I've been loving the most during the past month and have helped me get through all the eye rubbing and indecisive weather days...


e.l.f. Studio Contouring Blush & Bronzing Powder

Someone once told me that bronzer is much different than contouring powder, and should never be used as one. I think that person must have been trying to sell me contouring powder, because I've been using this e.l.f bronzer as a contour and it's perfect! It does have a little shimmer, which is not ideal for contouring, but when I'm in a rush this compact has saved me. The blush in this is beautiful as well (a little bright, but easily blend-able) and it's just so convenient to have these two products together in a single compact! I used this all through April, and $3 for two great colors is such a great deal!

Urban Decay Naked Palette

This eye shadow palette is all over the internet and I'm sure it's no surprise it's made another favorite's list. I won't go into too much detail (I'm planning to in an upcoming post!), but these colors are just so easy to use for day or night and I found that the primer it comes with has actually helped keep my eye shadow in place! 

L`Oreal's Voluminous Carbon Black Mascara


I love BLACK mascaras. Really dark mascaras that noticeably make my eyelashes darker. I had been using the Maybelline Falsies Black Drama mascara and really liked it, but after a while the thickness I once loved about it became annoying, and as I rubbed my eyes from allergies I found it coming off in unattractive clumps. This L`Oreal mascara is nice and dark, and comes with a great easy to use brush, with no clumps or flakes, even if I rub my eyes.

Origins Modern Friction 

This exfoliating face wash was great during the past month while my skin couldn't decide whether it was dry or oily. You can use the all natural formula on dry or wet skin, so despite what my skin was doing at the time I could still exfoliate my face, which I always feel the need to do at least twice a week. I have a feeling this product is going to end up in my favorites lists for a long time!

Maybelline Eye Studio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner

I cannot say enough good things about this eyeliner! It stays put all day long, even when applied to water lines! I stopped using this for a while because I was too lazy to apply my eyeliner with a brush, but this April I've rediscovered it! I've tried a couple of high end gel eyeliners, but this drugstore brand is just as good. The brush it comes with is fine, and I used it for a while, but I prefer to use my own brush. I've had this product longer than just the month of April and it has lasted me a long time. I even wore this eyeliner during nights out in Vegas a while back and it held up beautifully! 

Hope you all had a nice April and have been enjoying the pretty weather May has brought us so far! 
x Lauren



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