Here are some of my new favorite beauty products I’m using right now.

CLINIQUE Pep-Start Hydroblur Moisturizer

I love a good moisturizer. This is currently my new favorite day/under my makeup moisturizer because you all know how obsessed I am with my Nivea one, but it can be really heavy so I prefer to only where that one at night. This moisturizer is perfect to combat any dryness due to the upcoming cold weather and also great for ladies with oily complexions such as myself. The hydroblurness (is that a word?šŸ˜†) leaves my oily skin nice and matte while still giving me the hydration I need. This doesn’t have spf so I put it on after my favorite sunscreenĀ Ā and before I put on my primer.

YES TO Miracle Oil Calm and Soothe PrimRose Oil Mud Mask

Here’s another oil-based mask that I added to my obsession with facial oils. Yes To makes great masks and their argan oil one is the first mask that got me hooked on putting oil on my face. This is one of their newest masks and I love to put it on after I’ve gone crazy and picked at my face and it’s lit up like a Christmas tree šŸ˜³Ā The primrose oil calms my skin and reduces the redness and leaves it super soft.


A good self tanner is SO hard to find. I’m always trying new ones and this one is pretty good. It dries really fast and has a really nice, non-orange tan color. It comes out kind of thick so just make sure you rub it in well. I also don’t get the sticky feeling I get afterwards with many so I don’t mind putting this on during the day and throwing on some clothes over it and running some errands. As with any other self tanner make sure you wash your hands really well afterwards. I always just use facial wipes to clean my hands because anytime I wash my hands under the sink I splash water on me and mess up my tan. It comes in two color options, light to medium and medium to tan. I use the latter.

YLLO Turmeric Face Scrub

Turmeric is that yellow spice you can find at the grocery store or in one of your favorite Indian dishes. It combined with other ingredients such as chickpea flour, cold pressed coconut oil, cane sugar etc. makes this scrub natural, vegan, and paraben-free. This mask has some great immediate benefits such as soft glowing skin, even skin tone, and oil control. After longer use it will fade scars, reduce facial hair, and clear up acne. So here’s the deal. It’s going to be REALLY yellow on your face. It can even leave a yellow tint after washing your face, but just make sure to wash it again and it will go away. I did have a french manicure on at the time and well that was not a good idea. Make sure you use the mask right before you need to get your nails redone or wear some gloves.


My version of double cleanse has always been to use a cleanser with my Clarisonic and then rubbing a cotton ball with micellar water over my face to pick up any makeup I missed. Well I first got this Precleanse in a travel set at Ulta and I’ve been obsessed with it ever since and recently bough the big bottle. I massage this with dry hands first to break up my makeup then get my hands wet and massage it more and it turns white and milky. You can see all your makeup REALLY washing off then I rinse it with warm water and use my cleanser and Clarisonic. It’s great for making your face look and feel squeaky clean without overdrying it. The big bottle is kind of pricey, but it’s really big and you really only need one big pump each time you wash your face so it’ll last you awhile.



I’m so not over Summer! I mean I know it’s officially over, but with the weather the way it is in Dallas I’m still going to be rocking this cute tube top dress til at least the end of the month. Maybe even October! This dress is under $25 and can only be found in stores. Check here for availability.

Ulta’s 21 Days of Beauty started Sunday and they have tons of great deals going on, but today in my personal opinion is the BEST deal. I’ve posted before how important it is to take care of both your neck and hands in order to keep looking young (read it here if you missed it). Well this is the best of the best when it comes to neck creams and I’ve NEVER seen it on sale. It’s pretty expensive so the fact that it’s a whopping 50% off and now $67.50 means you need to pick this up asap! Buy it here!



I am a huge fan of Botox! I started getting it done when I was 28 (don’t judge) and I’ve been hooked ever since. I’m such a proponent of it that I’m on my 5th friend that I’ve gotten to try it out and they all equally love it. I know some people are curious about it, but still have some unanswered questions in order to decide whether they’re gonna take the Botox plunge or not. I’m here to help you with some knowledge I’ve learned and with my own personal experience. Let’s get started.


Botox is actually a particular brand name for botulinum toxin which temporarily restricts muscles from contracting causing wrinkles. It’s actually said to be preventative because if you get it early enough than your face will never get used to making those facial expressions that cause the wrinkles to begin with! The most common places it is used is to get rid of crow’s feet, frown lines (which are the two lines that show up in between your eyebrows called “11’s”), and forehead creases (the horizontal lines that can show on your forehead when you raise your eyebrows). It’s also been know to be used in armpits to decrease sweating, temple area to reduce headaches/migraines, soften thick jaw muscles, gummy smiles, lip lines, near lips to make them look bigger by preventing the top lip from disappearing when smiling, approve dimpling in chin, and thick neck bands. I’m sure there’s even more that I’m leaving out.


Botox- The first to be introduced in 2002 and why everyone just calls all botulinum toxin Botox even if they really mean another product. For the rest of the post I’ll be referring to botulinum toxin as BT and only use Botox if I’m referring to that specific type of toxin.

Dysport (pronounced “diss-port”)- Introduced 7 years later and claims to spread the toxin farther than Botox and to take into affect quicker and last longer (Botox usually takes about a week to see the full results).

Xeomin (pronounced “zee-oh-min”)- This toxin was first launched in 2012, but there was some drama with them stealing some consumer stuff from Allergan (the company that manufactures Botox) so they had to re-launch in 2013. Very similar to Botox except it lacks carrier proteins which claims to produce fewer allergic reactions or resistance to the toxin. Also the only one that doesn’t need to be refrigerated.


This is from my personal experience and from opinions from friends. First, I’ve never tried Xeomin. I’ve never even been offered it before. I read that it might be cheaper than the other two because it doesn’t need to be refrigerated and shipped in dry ice like the others so some offices pass on the savings to you. Botox is my personal favorite. It’s what I’ve used 99% of the time. It takes a week for me to see the final results, but I just plan accordingly and make sure I get it done a week before an event. It can last anywhere from 3-6 months. I’ve read that with continued use of Botox you can slowly spread out how often you need it because of long term weakening of the muscle and your face being “re-trained” on the use of your facial expressions. I honestly believe that because when I first got it done it would only last me about 3 months, but now it usually lasts me up to 6 months. My “11’s” are the worst and I noticed that my face was “re-trained” and I don’t make that frown face hardly as much as I used to. I know it sounds weird, but trust me. The only other place I’ve used Botox on is my crow’s feet, but luckily I don’t have them very bad to begin with. FYI you can only treat your crow’s feet with BT and not the wrinkles directly under your eyes. Those wrinkles are actually REALLY hard to get rid of, but can be improved with filler (that’ll be another post soon) or retinol which I’ve posted about before. I recently tried Dysport and I wasn’t a fan. It seemed to only last me two months, but my friend uses it and she loves it. Dysport is supposed to spread farther after injection so it’s better for larger areas cuz you’ll need less injections. Some doctors mix and match toxins. My friend gets Dysport for the larger forehand area and Botox for her smaller crow’s feet area. I was recommended Dysport by a new doctor that I’ve been seeing. Usually when you go to a new doctor they’re not sure how many units of toxin you’ll need because we’re all different and some of us have stronger facial muscles than others. They often go conservative and check on you in a week and if you’re not satisfied they offer you to come back for a touch-up. My advice. ALWAYS GO BACK. I made the mistake of not going back once because at the time my face looked perfect, but soon after the muscles started contracting. The doctors will touch you up for FREE if you go back soon, but after that you have to pay again so trust me just go and get more. I went back to get a touch-up of the Dysport and it STILL only lasted two months which is why I’m going back to Botox.


It depends. While it’s definitely not a walk in the park, I have a high pain threshold so sometimes I tell them to skip the Ā numbing cream and just get on with it. Beauty is pain though so I don’t mind at all. Sometimes you can hear the muscle crunching when they inject the toxin which creeped me out at first, but not a big deal anymore.


There are all sorts of side effects that are possible as expected with a toxin. Too many to list, but I’ll tell you the most common ones. The first is a headache. I’ve only gotten a headache once and honestly I think because this other new doctor (I’m currently trying to find the best doctor in Dallas right now) was I think insulted that I called him out in front of a resident and told him that my Botox faded quickly from the previous visit so he aggressively injected my forehead. Jerk. FYI he shall remain nameless, but he’s supposed to be one of the top plastic surgeons in Dallas. Anyways, it was just a headache and my face looked fabulous afterwards so whatever (I never went back though). Second, is a droopy or uneven eyelid. I never experienced this with Botox, but I finally did when I tried Dysport. Not sure if it was the Dysport or the doctor’s fault. Mine honestly wasn’t that bad I just realized that when I was coloring in my eyebrows that one of them needed to be colored in slightly higher. For two of my friends though, it was rather noticeable. One of them had one eyebrow arched a lot high than the other. The other friend had one of her eyebrows droop to where she had one arched eyebrow and one straight one. I honestly believe that this side effect is caused by the doctor so make sure you do your research. The last common side effect is bruising. I typically don’t bruise, but if I do it’s usually a small dot where the injection was and can be easily covered up with makeup.


I say it ranges about $10-$15/unit with $12 being average. 1 unit of Botox = 2.5 units of Dysport. 1 unit of Botox = 1 unit of Xeomin. Some places even do it by area. One doctor I went to would charge $300 for the first area Ā ( i.e. “11’s”) and $250 for the second ( i.e. crow’s feet). It depends how many units and how many areas you get done. I always just get two areas done so mine is usually anywhere from $450-$550 depending on units. I would say if you’re really lucky and don’t need that many units and only get one area done then at minimum you’ll spend $250. Keep in mind that except that one doctor who charged per area, most doctors won’t give you a total price. They’ll just tell you how much each unit costs ( usually you have to ask) and then they just start injecting away. The doctor won’t stop injecting until they get it perfect which could be $300 or $500 later and you won’t know until you get to the checkout desk. If you’re budget conscious then your best bet is to let your doctor know you want to start off with your area that bothers you the most and ask them how many units they used when they’re done to figure out the cost and whether you want to move on to another area. Some manufactures’ or offices will run specials too. I had one doctor who if you paid $1,000 for an entire bottle you would pay only $10/unit instead of $12 or $13. They would keep the product for me and keep track of how many units I had left, but I made note of how many units I had left too just in case. Ā Yes I know it’s expensive and you may want to bargain shop, but please don’t. This is your face for god’s sake! I’ve only ever been injected by medical doctors. Two dermatologists and two plastic surgeons. There are some med spa’s where some nurse’s do the injections and though that personally still makes me nervous, I’ve heard some wonderful things about nurse’s. JUST DO YOUR RESEARCH.


Ask around. If you see someone who’s face looks fabulous ask them who they go to (if they admit to it). I’ve seen some really horrible frozen faces around town so I wouldn’t just trust reviews. I’d make sure you see a patient in person. My favorite doctor ever was a dermatologist in Los Angeles (supposedly she’s Jennifer Lopez’s doc) and I was referred to her by a friend who looked amazing. She really was a big difference. Mainly with filler (I promise that post will come), but I also never had any side effects with my Botox Ā and just looked fantastic. I was so bummed when I moved to Dallas and had to find a new doctor. My LA doc actually recommended someone, but it ended up being that doctor who aggressively injected my forehead šŸ˜³Ā He really may not be a bad doctor, but I just didn’t like his bedside manner. Who knew doctors could be so sensitive?Ā Ā Anyways, ask around, look at pics or a patient in person and DON’T Ā be cheap about it unless a possible droopy eye is worth saving several hundreds of dollars to you.


So should you do it? Well first, can you afford it? It’s actually kinda addictive because once you get it and you see how young and amazing you look then you’ll want to just keep doing it. On the other hand, nothing happens if you just stop doing it or take a break from it. If you don’t have the funds to do it consistently then you can just do it around special occasions as long as you don’t get addicted to it. I personally think that BT and fillers mixed with great skincare products (retinol!) are the key to looking young forever! šŸ˜Ā Feel free to leave any questions you have in the comments or any doctor recommendations (especially in Dallas)!


Today is Amazon Prime Day (well it actually started last night) and there are tons of great deals that you don’t want to miss. I didn’t participate in prime day last year, but from what I’ve read the best way to get what you want before it sells out is to download the Amazon app and start a watchlist for all the items you’re interested in so you can be notified as soon as the deal starts. I also discovered Camelcamelcamel and Fakespot which are two websites you have to check out if you’re shopping on prime day. They both require you to copy and paste the link of the product you’re looking at and to check all the prices it’s been at to make sure you really are getting the best deal (Camelcamelcamel) or to see if the reviews are actually from real people and not bots (Fakespot). Ā There are wayyyy too many deals to go through and post so I personally looked through the beauty category and found the best products (some I’ve written about before in other posts). Ā You won’t know the sale price until the deal starts so keep in mind that the price will be lower. I’ll also link other websites that breakdown the best products in other categories. Click on any of the red print to purchase the product or read my prior post about it.


Differin Adapalene Gel 0.1% Acne Treatment

I wrote about this once prescription and now OTC retinoid that will help with not just acne, but also wrinkles. This was on sale when I initially wrote this, but has since been recently claimed. Join the waitlist and if someone doesn’t purchase it in 15 minutes they’ll notify you to buy it.

Radha Beauty Retinol Moisturizer Cream for Face and Eye Area 1.7 Oz

Another retinol product I’ve written about that is less potent than Differin so would cause less irritation. The sale starts at 12:35pm.

Best Blow Dry Round Hair Brush with Natural Boar Bristles for Blowout

This brush is similar to the one I used in my volumizing post. I have a 2 inch brush. The sale starts at 1pm.

Paula’s Choice SKIN PERFECTING 2% BHA Liquid Salicylic Acid Exfoliant for Blackheads and Enlarged Pores

I mentioned this salicylic acid exfoliant in my pores post to help unclog them. Sale starts at 4:20pm.

Jerrybox Trifold LED Lighted Makeup Mirror

I have a similar LED mirror and I’m obsessed with it! It makes sure that my makeup always looks even. It’s so convenient for travel and I never leave home without it. I wrote about this mirror and how important lighting is in this previous post.Ā Ā Goes on sale at 4:25pm.

L’Oreal Paris Root Cover Up Temporary Gray Concealer Spray

I don’t get grays yet (knock on wood), but a friend of mine does so I bought her this to try out. She said she really liked it in between her trips to the salon and it washes out after one wash. It looks like the prime deal may only be for the 2 pack. The dark brown color goes on sale at 5:05pm and the black at 7pm. I couldn’t find any info. on any of the other colors so not sure if they’ll be on sale too.

Peter Thomas Roth CC Cream Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Complexion CorrectorĀ 

I love Peter Thomas Roth products! I own almost every single face mask they make. I haven’t tried this particular product, but I love that it’s a sunscreen, moisturizer, complexion corrector, and anti-aging cream in one. Sale starts at 5:35pm.

Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Night Pads Extreme

I always get post-acne marks that linger for what seems like forever. My favorite products to use to get rid of them are anything with glycolic acid. I’ve written about acids before and love how quickly they work. Look for this sale to start at 6:25pm.

StriVectin TL Advanced Tightening Neck Cream

I wrote a post about taking care of your neck and hands because most women forget about those two areas and they’re very important. This neck cream is a great alternative to the priceyĀ PerriconeĀ MDĀ Cold Plasma Sub-D and has great reviews. At Ulta it’s priced at $95 and $79 currently on Amazon. The sale is supposed to begin at 7pm, BUT right now it says it’ll take off 30% off at checkout making it around $55! Not sure if there’s an error and the prime deal on it has already started or if it’s going to be even cheaper at 7pm. Either way it’s already a great deal at $55 because that’s $40 less than retail.

Here are some websites I’ve found that have the best deals on other categories:

Business Insider– Updated frequently and has different categories to go directly to.

CNET– Tech deals that are updated often.

Gamespot– Gaming deals for any of you ladies who have boys or husbands who act like boys šŸ˜œ

The Wirecutter– Lots of home and tech stuff. Claim to scan thousands of items and find only the best deals. Updated frequently.


My white suitcase that I love and took to the derby is on major sale too! Right now it’s $116 with 30% off at checkout making it $81. It’s been as high as $320 and I bought it for $98 so it’s a great deal right now. Buy it here before it sells out!


Happy shopping!


I never actually thought about how mixing certain ingredients in your skincare could be bad, but it makes sense considering how strong certain ingredients are such as acids and others that can cause major dryness. I actually ran into this topic while researching my other post about the correct skincare order. I’m gladĀ I did though because I’ve definitely mixed some of these bad boys together before. Oops šŸ™ˆ Read below to make sure you don’t make any of these costly mistakes.


  • Retinol And Alpha Hydroxy Acids(AHA) i.e. Lactic And Glycolic Acids-Ā This combo will cause redness, irritation, and can cause sensitivity to light. If you forget or don’t realize a product contains either of these until it’s too late, the best way to remedy the issue is to take a anti-inflammatory such as aspirin and putting on some hydrocortisone cream.
  • Citric Acid With Anything-Ā This also causes irritation and can be found in many moisturizers. Look for the ingredient on the back it will simply be labeled as citric acid.
  • Retinol andĀ AcneĀ Treatments-Ā I’ve definitely done this before! šŸ˜± My favorite acne treatment contains benzoyl peroxide which combined with retinol actually deactivates each other so no wonder why sometimes my blemish seems to take forever to go away! Many other acne treatments contain salicylic acid and this mixture causes dryness, redness, peeling and may increase sensitivity to light. Salicylic Acid is also known as a BHA so be aware of that.
  • Vitamin C And Alpha Hydroxy Acids(AHA) i.e. Lactic And Glycolic Acids-Ā Done this too! šŸ˜« The acids change the pH of the Vitamin C and render it useless. Common names for Vitamin C areĀ ascorbic acid, magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, L-ascorbic acid, ascorbyl methylsilanol pectinate, ascorbyl palmitate.
  • Vitamin CĀ And Retinol-Ā Same as above. There are some products that contain both that are safe to use because the retinol is time released which means the Vitamin C works right away and after your pH level goes back to a retinol friendly level then the retinol continues to be released.
  • Exfoliators And Skin Brightening Products-Ā Exfoliators remove dead skin cells to reveal new, smoother skin and skin brightening products can cause sensitivity to light so the combination can actually result in dark spots. The best way to fight this is to use SPF.
  • Niacinamide and Vitamin C-Ā Niacinamide turns Vitamin C orange/brown which means it’s useless. It’s also known to make skin flush and red. These things apparently happen very slowly, but it’s still best to use these separately to be safe.
  • Retin-A And Scrub Exfoliants- Ā The prescription, Retin-A, is great for treating wrinkles and renewing skin, but it can also cause peeling. Make sure you’re not making it worse by using a rough exfoliator with beads.
  • Probiotics And Antimicrobials-Ā Topical probiotics are great for clear skin and consist of what’s considered good bacteria. Some common ingredients that kill bacteria and that can often be found in acne treatments are citrus, tea tree oil, sulfur, and benzoyl peroxide so make sure you’re not combining these.
  • Vitamin C and Copper Peptides-Ā Copper oxidizes the Vitamin C rapidly and doesn’t give it enough time to work so mixing these renders them both useless.

Some ways to fix these problems is to use the ingredients at different times of the day. For example useĀ an AHA during the day and retinol at night or use one on one day and the other the next.Ā Ā You also may seeĀ or even haveĀ some products that are actually made with some of these combinations in them, but know that they’re in smaller doses so they don’t have the same negative effect. With that being said, they also don’t have the same positive/full effect either so it’s up to you whether you’d rather have them mixed and not work as well or separate and get the maximum benefits.

Top: Agaci (linked this top a couple of weeks ago and now it’s 50% off!)


I’m all about standing out and being unique so I love having one-of-a-kind items and getting things custom made. I’m definitely not alone on this and beauty companies took notice. More and more companies areĀ creating different products that you can personally customize yourself. Read on to find out all the coolest products you can personally make yourself including customized skincare that is specific to your skin concerns!



This company lets you create your own lipstick. You go to their website and pick up to four colors ( choose the percentage of each color you want to include) out of fifteenĀ and they mix them for you and even let you name your new color. They have a starter kit lipstick palette which is unfortunately sold out, but it includes all fifteen color options and two empty wells for you to mix the colors yourself so you can decide in person which color is your favorite before you order your custom lip color. Hopefully this comes back in stock soon.The lipstick costs $30 or if you’re not 100% sure on your color they offer a lipstick sample for $6. You can also create a lip tint for $30. They have a custom makeup palette where you can pick three shades of either blush, highlighter, or bronzerĀ and five shades of eyeshadow. You can’t create your colors, but they do give you a fair amount of option colors to choose from.

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MATCHCo– Custom Foundation

Finding a foundation that is your EXACT skin color is ridiculously hard. MatchCo has created a way for that to be not only possible, but easy. You download their app whichĀ scans five different areas of your skin to analyze your skin tone. The results are a perfectly matched foundation with your name and date that it was created personalized on the bottle. The founders describe the formula as a combination of tinted moisturizer and light to medium coverage foundation. The foundation retails for $49.

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Ok so this is supposed to be pretty similar toĀ Matchco except two things. It’s new and the foundation isĀ $25. I almost didn’t include this because I looked up the reviews on the app and apparently they don’t include undertones for African-Americans. The scanning of your face doesn’t seem as detailedĀ as the Matchco so i’m not sure how exact the foundation will be. It is aboutĀ 50% cheaperĀ though so it may be worth a shot if you want to save some cash. Download the app here to get started.

(Courtesy of CoverGirl Custom Blend App)

THREE CUSTOM COLOR SPECIALISTS– Custom Makeup or Recreate Discontinued Shades

This is for all you ladies who hadĀ a favorite makeup product and were devastated when it was discontinued. Luckily that has never happened to me (knock on wood). They have an entire discontinued shade archive that you can look into to find your old fave. You can also send a small amount in if they don’t have it in their archives. If you want something completely new you canĀ make your own shade by sending in for example a paint chip, a photo fromĀ a magazine, or two colors that you want blended etc. They make severalĀ custom products like tinted eye brow gel, eyeshadow, cream concealer, loose face powder, blush and a fewĀ others.

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FUNCTION OF BEAUTY– Custom Shampoo and ConditionerĀ 

This company customizes even the smell of your shampoo and conditioner. Go to their website and first pick out your hair type, structure and moisture level. You then get to pick five hair goals ( i.e. volumize, deep condition, lengthen, fix split ends, thermal protection etc.) Lastly, you pick your product color, fragrance (also level of fragrance), and of course you get to pick a name. 8 oz of both bottles will cost you $36. 16 oz runs $46.

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SKIN INC.– Custom Serum

We all have different skin concerns so Skin Inc. has created a custom serum to tackle your specific needs. You start off by taking a quiz that asks questions such as your age, how easily you tan or burn in the sun, top three skin concerns, your lifestyle (i.e. if you smoke, sleep habits) etc. Ā It takes all this info. and suggests three serums that you can mix to create your own. You can even order this online at Sephora.

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INSITU– Custom Skincare

This company has several skincare products for you to choose from to customize. From pore minimizing mist, anti-aging face care, detoxifying exfoliator, to dark circles and puffiness repair etc. It even has products for your body such as body butter. LikeĀ other companies you start by taking a test that will recommend certain products then from their you get to customize them. You can decide such things as the texture and what time of day you’d like to apply it. The only downfall is that it’s located in London so shipping takes 10-15 days.

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There’s even more companies that are creating customized products soon so I’ll keep you guys updated with any new product releases. Oh andĀ I ordered my custom lipstick sample from Finding Ferdinand over the weekend. Can’t wait to get it! šŸ’„šŸ˜










So you startedĀ to notice those fine lines around your eyes starting to get more pronounced or you got sucked into watching a sappy video on Facebook over your lunch break and balled your eyes out and now you have to go back to work. Whatever your reason for reaching for those sunglasses are…stop. These two eye masks will fix both of thoseĀ problems! One is for wrinkles and fine lines and the other is for puffiness.

ShiseidoĀ Benefiance WrinkleResist24 Pure Retinol Eye Mask

I kept reading great reviews about this eye mask and finally decided to try it about a year ago. Everyone was right! You only have to wear it for 15 minutes and you instantly see your fine lines diminish and your under eye get brighter. The mask contains retinol which is great for cell turnover which helps get rid of any dullness or rough skin. It also contains hyaluronic acid which plumps up your skin and smooths out those wrinkles. I especially like to use these right before a big event. I love these because they’re always dripping with product whenever I pull them out of the package! You can even see it in the pic.

Skyn IcelandĀ Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels

I picked these up randomly several months ago to give them a try. I don’t normally have puffiness around my eyes except of course when I’ve been crying or I haven’t slept in a few days i.e. Vegas. This eye maskĀ is clutch for either occasion! One morning I put these on because I had been crying the entire night before and my eyes looked like I had been in a fist fight. 10 minutes later and the puffiness was all gone! They’re gel so you just peel off the back and stick them on and instantly feel the coolness start to set in.

On a side note, for some reason I used to think that the thicker part went underneath your eye instead of on the outside. Of course though it makes sense that the thinner part would be for your under eye and the thicker part would be to cover your crows feet. Silly me ā˜ŗļø

Shiseido:Ā 3 pack or 12 pack ~ Skyn Iceland:Ā 4 pack orĀ 8 pack

Can’t wait for you guys to try these!


Everyone needs to get a facial at least once a month. Facials really help clean out all the dirt and impurities Ā and give you that ridiculous glow. GoingĀ to the spa and getting facials is one of my faves, but we all know that can get kind of pricey. The Panasonic EH-SA31Ā at home facial steamer is perfect for someone who loves to take care of their skin, but is on a budget.

This steamer starts to steamĀ really quickly and the steam lasts 6 minutes. The steam is really great for opening up and cleaning your pores and moisturizing. I especially like to steam at night right before I do my nightly skincare routineĀ because since it opens up your pores then all your products absorb into your skin better! I also like to use thisĀ before I do a facial mask or exfoliate. Buy the steamer here and get that glow!



Two of my favorite things are beauty and tech so CES is my dream! For those of you unfamiliar, the Consumer Electronics Show is an annual tech show where companies come and display their latest and upcoming tech products. The show was just held last monthĀ in Vegas and here are some of the coolest beauty products that were there along with my personal favorite new techĀ product.

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