I 💖💖💖 masks. Sheet masks, peel off masks, wash off masks, eye masks, foot and hand masks… I love them all.
I especially love doing masks with others. Some might argue I’m closer to being a mask Nazi. I’d have a hard time defending myself against that claim. Not only do I pressure people do masks with me, I am *VERY* forceful about exactly what type of masks they should do for their specific troubles. Here are a few mask prescriptions:
I stopped using BB cushions for a while. I stopped because I was going through them too quickly – they were drying out too much in between uses. Here are two little tricks that’s worked wonders for my BB cushions… and my wallet. Continue reading “Don’t throw away that BB cushion yet!”→
I don’t know what this is or what it does… But if you ever want to “peoseok peoseok a man’s face”, this is it. Please note the product usage tip that recommends using this product with foundation, “such as baboons drop in the base product”.
If you’ve browsed various makeup sites, you probably spotted the gradient lip look. Gradient coloring gives your lips a more pouty look. It also tends to make your lips smaller, some would argue “cuter”.
I may have mentioned this before but when I’m not doing crazy things to my face like applying modeling masks that looks like dog-vomit, I try to earn a living as something of a marketer-for-hire (a gal’s gotta pay for her skincare addiction somehow, amiriiiight???). So it is of particular interest to me when I come across descriptions or advertising for kbeauty products that pique my professional curiosity.
I had read so much about Benton skincare, I didn’t hesitate to order Memebox for Benton when it was unveiled. The box included mist, skin (toner), essence and cream. Renewing properties of snail combined with clearing benefits of bee venom? How could it possibly be anything less than perfect?