Have you noticed that we are hugely obsessed with beautiful long lashes these days? It’s essentially impossible to log onto Instagram or Pinterest without seeing Kylie Jenner’s big, fluttery eyelashes blinking back at you. Now lashes are even part of the “natural” look – what gives, eh?
Lashes make everyone look better, but have you ever wondered why everyone is so crazy about mink eyelash extensions these days?
Mink eyelashes look and feel more natural: they have a soft, fluffy, fluttery look that you can only get from real hair. No matter what you do, a synthetic lash will always look a bit, well, synthetic. Plus, you can heat-curl mink lashes unlike synthetic eyelash extensions (that’s a plastic disaster waiting to happen).
You don’t know you’re beautiful – but now boy band powerhouse One Direction wants to be what makes you beautiful. Yes, Liam, we know, we don’t need makeup to cover up – but sometimes it’s just fun to play with.
That’s what this whole line is about: fun, wild, crazy makeup. And while it may be directed at their younger fans, I am totally unashamed to say that I loved playing with these kits and am integrating them into my looks. You girls know I like to get a little wild while I primp, after all. Continue reading “New Fierce Makeup By One Direction + GIVEAWAY” »
Every time I watch TV and I see the women on reality shows, I can’t pay attention because they’re mind-numbingly stupid I’m busy staring at their fake lashes. I often think of what life would be like if it were really the way it’s portrayed on reality TV: that every day, we sit around in full faces of makeup, lashes and all, just waiting for something epic to happen. Continue reading “Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lash Mascara Review” »
Despite all the hype, I didn’t love the original Too Faced Lash Injection mascara the way the rest of the world seemed to. My biggest problem with it was the same issue many other ladies had: the brush was massive! Seriously, I could comb my hair with it. So when Too Faced introduced Lash Injection Pin Pointwith all the lash-tubing goodness of the original with a more reasonably sized brush, I was instantly interested.
Pin Point uses the same formula as the original Lash Injection, but the new brush is a skinny version that definitely defines and separates lashes better. It’s much easier to cover the base of your lashline without stabbing yourself in the eye, and this version found my wussiest lashes with ease.