I love masks. If there is a mask out there, I’ve probably tried it. I use masks as a form of self care, and I just generally enjoy them. Glamglow is such a popular brand for masks. Almost every celebrity uses this brand. I mean, if you haven’t heard of Glamglow are you even alive?
Today, I want to Review : Glamglows Supermud Activated Charcoal Treatment. I didn’t buy this product. I received it from Sephora as a birthday gift.
I didn’t know that it came with the Glowstarter Mega Illuminating Moisturizer.I was pleasantly surprised about that because as you know, mud masks can dry out your skin. They put some thought into this package. I really liked the smell, it almost smelled like toothpaste, really minty. I cleansed my face first then I applied it to my face.I left it on for about 20 mins.
It was easy to wash off. This isn’t my first time using it but it makes my skin feel less oily. My skin looks so much cleaner. I feel like it has made my face clearer, my dark spots look like they’re fading. My face feels so soft and clean.
Using the Glow moisturizer
This moisturizer is really hydrating and it makes your skin Glow. I really like it.
I really like this mask. To be honest, I didn’t really expect it to do anything, as I’ve tried charcoal masks before, and they haven’t worked. I was truly pleasantly surprised by this. Would I use this again? Absolutely! Would I recommend this to anyone? Of course! What about the price? Well this costs $75 on Sephora.com which is a bit much for the small container that it comes in…. BUT… I think it’s worth the $75. It’s an amazing mask!
Have you ever used this mask before? Let me know what you thought about it in the comments
Everyone loves foundation! I mean, foundation is Everything! Who doesn’t love a good foundation that they can depend on, and use for years and years? Who doesn’t love quality foundation that meets their needs and matches their skin tones? I know, I do!
Today, I want to review Clinique Stay Matte Oil Free Makeup (Sample). I’ve never used the brand Clinique before, but I was excited to try this.
I didn’t know what my shade was so I chose the shade golden because it looked close to my foundation shade that I would normally use. When I applied it to my skin it felt really thick.
The foundation seemed to be medium coverage or light coverage because it didn’t cover up my spots when I applied it. And it also didn’t really blend well. Also, I think that the shade that I chose was a little too dark for my skin tone. It was a little dry too as well and it didn’t really cover up my pores.
I’m going to give this foundation a 3/5 stars. It didn’t blend well. Also the coverage was too light, it seemed like I would have to use a lot to cover my spots. And I NEED to cover my spots, you know what I’m saying. It seemed like it was really matte though, which I give the brand thumbs up for. I mean, when you have oily skin matte foundations are key. Also the price wasn’t too bad, on sephora.com it costs $35, which is way cheaper than most foundations that cost $42 and up.
These are just my thoughts though. Maybe you tried it and loved it, everyone’s skin is different and have different makeup needs.
Have you ever tried this foundation before? If so, what did you think of it? Comment below
I have a love hate relationship with serums. I like the idea of them, and I like to see how people use them, and then their skin become so flawless, but I’ve just had bad experiences with them. They’re either too oily and make my skin break out, or I don’t see any results.
Today, I want to Review It Cosmetics Confidence in a Cleanser Skin Transforming Serum. I’ve never use the It Cosmetics brand before but I was excited to try this out.
I cleansed my face with my Mario Badescu glycolic cleanser. I then left my face damp. Next, I opened the package of the It cosmetics serum. Once I opened the package, I really liked the smell. It smelled like lemons. It went on smoothly. The package said to rub into the skin for 30 seconds so I did that, then I rinsed it off.
I rinsed off the cleanser and pat dried my face. I noticed that the cleanser took off some extra dirt around my nose area. I was like, “Didn’t I just cleanse my face before, with Mario Badescu glycolic cleanser and it didn’t take off that dirt?”. After my face was dried, I noticed that it looked really clean. Like extremely clean.
Well, I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by this serum. It left my skin looking smooth and clean. More clean than if I were to use just my cleanser which is bonkers to me.Who would’ve thought? It didn’t leave my skin dry at all. It felt really hydrating. I felt like I could cleanse my face with this and not have to moisturize after. I also looked it up on Sephora.com and it costs $36 which is not too bad for a cleanser. Would I purchase this? Hell yeah! I’m going to give this a 5/5 stars.
What did you think of this post? Have you ever tried this cleanser serum before? Comment below.
Foundation is the one thing that I can’t live without. Put me on an island with other cosmetics and I’ll always choose foundation. A girl’s gotta cover up her spots, you know what I’m saying?
Today, I want to review the Becca Skin Love Weightless Blur Foundation. This is a breathable, medium coverage liquid foundation with a buildable finish that enhances the natural beauty of your skin, this is what the package states.
I decided to use the shade Maple because it seemed similar to the shade that I used with my regular foundation by Fenty Beauty.
1.So first thing, I really liked that it covered my spots. I didn’t have to use a lot of foundation to cover up. I really liked this, because with so many other foundations you have to use so much to cover everything.
2. It went on smoothly, I didn’t really have to blend it out too much.
After an Hour
After an hour, I checked back on my skin. I noticed that the foundation didn’t move. There was no oil dripping off my skin or anything.
After the hour, I noticed that the foundation started flaking. It didn’t really look natural or feel breathable. It felt heavy on my skin.
I’m going to give this foundation a 3.5/5 stars. I liked the coverage the best and I liked that it went on smoothly. But after the hour it looked patchy and just ugly. It retails for $53 on Sephora.com. Would I spend that much money on this foundation? No, I don’t think it’s worth the price and the bottle looks really small for the price.
Yes, so this was my review of this foundation. What did you think of this post? Do you use this foundation? What did you think of it?
Get clear skin! Use this oil! Use this soap and your face will look flawless! Heard this before? But no one ever tells you how hard or time consuming it is to get clear skin. You know?
The Internet is a great place! Recently, I watched this influencers Instagram story where she was shedding light on the products that she uses to get rid of acne and dark spots. In the video she mentioned that she uses Rosehip oil and that it’s the reason why her dark spots went away. I then decided to hop over to Amazon and saw this one Leven Rose 100% Pure & Organic Rosehip Oil. Now, let’s discuss…
The first day I used this I was really impressed that it didn’t leave my skin oily. I can’t use most of these essential oils products but this was great. I didn’t even notice that it was on my skin.
I liked that this product was organic. I always feel better when products are natural. It gives me more confidence to purchase it. It made my face look really clean
I used this for 2 weeks and after the first week I started breaking out. I don’t know maybe my skin is too sensitive? I didn’t see any marked results after 2 weeks. My spots didn’t go away or fade. I still have 3/4 of the bottle left.
I don’t know if I should’ve used this longer but it didn’t work for me. Maybe I need a stronger formula? Maybe I should try a different brand? I don’t know. I’m going to give this 2.5 out of 5 stars. I feel like I wasted $20.
Different products work for different people. It clearly does work for some people but it just didn’t cut it for me.
What products do you use to get rid of dark spots? Let me know in the comments