Sunday, July 26, 2015

Wet n Wild "Under the Sheets' Makeup Remover Towelettes

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Wet n Wild Under the Sheets Makeup Remover Towlettes $2.99 

  I got a bit excited when I saw it at my local Target. I didn't know WnW has makeup wipes, so I had to buy it. It comes in 25 pre-moistened makeup wipes. Brand claims that it's hypoallergenic, great for sensitive skin and removes makeup. 

 This product was just okay for me. Yes, it did remove makeup, but not entirely all of it. It was unable to remove waterproof mascara and eye liner. I had to put more pressure to really remove the makeup and it's not wet enough. Maybe I got a bad pack, but it needed to be more wet. It also looks and feel exactly like the ELF makeup remover cleansing cloths. They are both very stretchy and thin.

I've used better makeup remover wipes from the drugstore, but for the low price for $3, it's not so bad. For me, it works better to keep in my purse if I need to clean and refresh my face in the day. It's small and doesn't take too much space inside my purse. 

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Wet n Wild is Animal Cruelty Free.

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It's thin.

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It's very stretchy.

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All the silly faces I make when I remove my makeup O_o.

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Left side is after using the wipes.

I would love to hear your thoughts. Have you tried it?

Sunday, July 19, 2015

E.L.F. Studio Eyebrow Kit REVIEW and DEMO

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Eyes Lips Face Studio Eyebrow Kit $3 in Medium is a brow kit/duo. It has tinted brow gel or wax, brow powder and a small angled liner brush. This is a HIT for me. It's my first time trying brow gel and I really like it. The shade Medium is perfect against my black hair. It's not too dark, nor too light. It's just right. I found it interesting that the gel is darker than the powder. The powder is more of a light taupe shade (see photo below). I also love the ease of use. I simply apply the brow gel first with angled liner brush, then top it off with the brow powder to set. 

Keep in mind that it has a bit of red undertone. I prefer a true brow color when it comes to my brows. But it's a big deal because it's not noticeable. El Hubby can't tell, but I can ^_^. For, $3 it is a great product!

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I like the sleek packaging. It's made of hard plastic.

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In comparison to a NARS blush.

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I like the small mirror.

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*with flash*

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*without flash*


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Here's what my naked brow looks like.

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1. Using an angled liner brush, take the brow gel and outline the brow. I followed the natural shape of my brow.

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2. Fill it in with the same brow gel.

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3. Set the brows with the brow powder by applying it on top.

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4. Brush with a spooly to blend so it doesn't look harsh.

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5. Finished look.

You can purchase this product at Target, CVS, Walmart and