Friday, October 17, 2014

RE: 24 Trends Guys HATE But Women Love Right now

Everything is totally wrong with the comments on this. It's okay that they dislike the trends but their comments are so assholey it's rude. I am offended.

At first I was like okay, I can agree with some of the stuff (e.g., peplum shirts and wedge sneakers, I personally just don't care for them but I'm not going to criticize any person who wishes to wear them), but then criticizing high-waisted anything, fake nails, bright lipstick and "Too High heels", it feels like they're threatened by a strong woman. It sounds domineering and anti-feminine. Get over yourself.

Few of the pet peeves.

High Waisted Jeans and Mom comment - are you trying to criticize mom's then for wearing that type of clothing? It's like trying to insult a mom.

Ulta High Heels - are you threatened by a woman who's taller than you?

The Pant Suit - By all means, if it makes her feel confident when she goes to work, let her rock it.

Criticizing the Drop-Crotch pants? So it's okay for men to wear their pants that low but not okay for women? Okay hypocrites.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

First Impressions | Briogeo Don't Despair, Repair!

Let's get something straight here.
How the heck am I supposed to repair my hair with such a tiny container of product?

I literally used the whole thing in one use. So much for repairing my hair. -__-
Although it claims to be a "repairing mask for dry, damaged, or chemically-treated hair", my hair does not feel any better and actually feels worse after using it.
Unless you're telling me my hair is beyond treatment, it didn't work. I ended up using conditioner after leaving this hair mask in and it still doesn't feel any better. It literally feels like the last bit of life was sucked out of my hair.


Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Pür Foundation Review | Light

As you may or may not have known, I have acne prone skin and so finding a good foundation that doesn't cause breakouts has been a struggle for me. Since early January of this year, I stopped using any face make up products in fear of causing irritation on my skin and thus causing me to breakout. I've finally got to a point in my skin journey where my skin is not quite clear but much better than it has been in years. I get occasional breakouts but the redness is mostly gone. On my mission to finding a new foundation. I went to Ulta to get new samples but unfortunately they don't give samples any more. So I sat there and the worker put the PÜR foundation on me because the one I was interested in (derma brand something) was remodeling their packaging and said that probably feel heavy on my skin. She said that PÜR had great coverage and felt light on the skin. I must say it did feel light, covered all my acne scars, and it felt very mattified. So touching it after application was immovable. I thought Light was too light for me but after wearing it throughout the day and letting it mix with my natural oils did it finally look okay. I haven't tried it again but from this one instance, I feel sold on this product. Let me know your thoughts and whether it's good for acne prone skin. 


Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Greatest discovery ever

Did you know that any music you buy through Amazon automatically comes with a free MP3 download?! This is the best invention ever. You'll have to download the Amazon Music App for Mac (if you're using Mac), but it's easy and exports directly to iTunes. I'm in love.