Tag: "makeup remover"

Milani Instant Eye Makeup Remover = Move Over Lancôme BI-FACIL!

Milani Instant Eye Makeup Remover = Move Over Lancôme BI-FACIL!

| August 7, 2012 | 6 Comments

Eye makeup removers. It’s a sensitive topic. Really, it is. I’m open to trying anyyyyy kind of eyeliner pencil, eyeshadow brand, blush or lipgloss. But when it comes to makeup removers, I like to stick with what I know. Unless Milani has a new makeup remover in which case a sista will make some exceptions. […]

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NARS Makeup Removing Water + being nice to old ladies

NARS Makeup Removing Water + being nice to old ladies

| February 21, 2012 | 10 Comments

My neighbors probably think I’m weird. I get in all kinds of positions to take shots of beauty products outside. I get into some kind of zone yo. And I am rarely friendly when I’m in the “zone”. Which is sad because the older lady who lives across from me always manages to venture outside […]

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Can facial cleansers double as makeup removers?

| November 29, 2011 | 2 Comments
Can facial cleansers double as makeup removers?

Soooo, I’m back with another St. Ives product that I can’t believe I’ve never tried. I thought I had given just about ALL of St. Ives products a spin buuuut I guess not. Have you seen this baby in stores? Retailing for a little less than $4, this gentle cleanser also doubles as a makeup […]

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Too lazy to wash your face at night? Me too.

| September 22, 2011 | 12 Comments
Too lazy to wash your face at night? Me too.

One of a travelin’ beauty’s best friends is makeup wipes. Words can not express how much I love these things, y’all. They are just SO practical. They take up very little space and are an all-in-one when it comes to makeup removing and cleansing the skin. Take Lumene’s Sensitive Touch Cleansing Wipes. I have been […]

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Almay Makeup Eraser Sticks. Do these things really work?

| July 13, 2011 | 15 Comments
Almay Makeup Eraser Sticks. Do these things really work?

I mean, do they? After all, gals have been dipping their beloved Q-Tips and cotton swaps in makeup remover for centuries now. In a sense, Almay didn’t really invent anything new. So are their cute little makeup eraser sticks worth your $5 and change? Hmmm, you tell me.

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