Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Line

I’ve used Neutrogena’s Rapid Wrinkle Repair line for years, because when my skin is dry, this is a nice option that moisturizes but doesn’t feel heavy and greasy.  These are some of the few moisturizers that don’t make me break out, and I can use them alongside of my regular actives such as my Neostrata […]

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The Prana Ionic Dry Brush

If you’re trying to take better care of yourself now, and at all times, then one thing that you can add to your wellness routine is dry brushing, and instead of using those rough sisal brushes, which I could really never get behind, I suggest trying dry brushing with the Prana Ionic Brush. Prana brushes […]

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Laneige Water Pocket Sheet Masks

Sheet masks: they have become a weekly thing for me and I truly believe that they’ve made my skin so much brighter.  I totally didn’t believe in them at first.  I figured that they were just regular serum and that this was just a beauty phase, and maybe it is, but these types of masks […]

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Sisley Eau du Soir

I’m wearing Sisley’s Eau du Soir these days and it is perfect for these winter days.  I know wintery fragrances tend to be warm and cozy, but I like something that reflects the weather and I’m always gravitating to something that is fresh. Eau du Soir is truly unique because it is a very strong […]

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Vichy is Having a Sale and a review of Their Aqualia Thermal Rich Cream

I’m a fan of Vichy – they make some of the best moisturizers on the market and they make formulations for all skin types!  Dry skin! Gels for combination skin! Serums for oily skin! You name it, they have it. It happens to be -10 degrees Celcius here today, and so my skin is not […]

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MAC Sheer Mystery Powder and No Foundation in 2019

It’s the days of no foundation.  I know. I’ve been a religious foundation wearer for the better part of two years, and my skin isn’t better now than it was then, but I found that I just wanted to be more low maintenance and cut the habit.  So here’s how I did it: I went […]

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The Ordinary 1% Retinol in Squalene

I wrote about my The Ordinary Haul, and the first product that I opened right away was the 1% Retinol in Squalene.  Squalene is a plant-based oil that’s often found in skincare.  It’s light and feels comfortable on the skin. I’ve used retinol before and I know that it can make your skin feel a […]

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Serge Lutens La Fille de Berlin

Having a definite Serge Lutens moment over here too, and I highly recommend you check out the Serge Lutens counter at Sephora or Holt Renfrew.  The scents are wearable, pretty, and have major staying power if they’re not necessarily all that unique. La Fille de Berlin is a simple scent – rose, and pepper.  The […]

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The Holy Grail Nail Trio

This is a nail look I’ve done so many times that it’s become my go-to.  I really love understated super long nails – as long as they’re actually my real nails and I can grow them long enough to my liking.  The polish needs to be a safe pink that’s not nude or neutral.  Dior […]

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Bumble and Bumble Go Big Treatment

I’ve been on a bit of a blow-drying bandwagon this month. I think there’s just something about wearing winter hats that makes me want to be more polished, and have nice smooth locks, which takes a lot of work for someone with curly hair. So I’ve been test-driving all kinds of treatments before I blow-dry […]

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