Sunday, March 29, 2015

Physicians Formula Organic Wear Curl and Care Mascara Review

I have quite a few reviews that I need to write up, but I think this one is the very important since it's something I use every time I go out, and it is such a staple in my beauty routine.

I don't like reading lengthy reviews, so I will try to keep it short and sweet.

I wanted to give this mascara a chance because I like that they are trying to make more natural products. It was worth giving a chance.

I really loved this product at first. It has great coverage and kept my lashes curled. (btw, I use a spoon to curl my lashes since I have long, red, but very straight eyelashes) Some mascaras are too "wet" and it makes me lose my curl if the mascara is too "liquidy."

My lashes looked thick and it gave me some definition.

It is certainly NOT a lengthening formula, though.

The curvy silver packaging is pretty neat, but that's not how you rate cosmetics.

The downside of this product is that it only lasted about a month or month and a half before it started to leave clumps on my lashes. Those clumps eventually would land on my eyelids, under my eyes and even sometimes on my cheeks...not cool. It basically got dried up.

I paid almost $9 for this product.

I don't feel this product lasts long enough to be worth $9.

I would NOT recommend it to others

I will NOT be repurchasing this product.

Like I said, at first I liked this mascara, but soon learned it was not worth the money I spent on it.

Physicians Formula Organic Wear Curl and Care Mascara

Monday, March 23, 2015

Spring Purple Swatches

Just a simple post with a couple swatches, side by side.

The darker color is "Enchanting" by Revlon, about $5 at Walmart.

The lighter color is "Lacey Lilacs" by Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear, about $2.50 at Walmart.

I have to be honest, I wouldn't recommend the Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear. At least not this color. The formula was sticky and thick and GLOOPY!. Ewww. It took forever to do dry, and when you accidentily bump it, it strings off like spider webs. 

The Revlon color was great to work with. It's also a beautiful spring shade. I love it. I definitely recommend it. 

The top coat that I am using now is Seche Vite. It works really well. Fast dry time, great shine. 

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Colors, Colors, Colors!

I haven't posted in a while! So, for my comeback I have just a short post that's fun and colorful. Here's something tasty to feast your eyes upon...the newest additions to my collection! I'm just dying to try them! They look good enough to eat, but not really. I have heard that this particular kind of polish is good for water marbling, and I would like to try a rainbow water marble at some point.

I haven't tried any of them, but when I do I will write my review and post more pretty pictures!

One more thing for you below.... <3

Somewhere over the Rainbow - Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwo╩╗ole