Thursday, December 1

19 Best Face Moisturizers


Find the perfect facial skin care product for you, whether your skin is oily, dry, sensitive or somewhere in between

Depending on your skin type, moisturizer is either a take-it-or-leave-it product or a can't-live-without-it item. But in reality, nearly all skin types can benefit from some sort of moisturizer. 
Dry skin types can certainly attest to this. Without their daily dose of hydration their skin would be flaky, itchy and tight. Luckily, this list of the best face moisturizers includes products that deliver intense hydration that lasts all day without causing breakouts or greasiness. 
Oily skin types might use moisturizer less often, but they actually need it just as much. Because people with oily or acne prone skin often put drying products on, their skin may start to produce more oil to balance it out (yikes!). But using a light moisturizer (even one with oil-control properties) can help keep skin in balance and actually cause it to produce less oil over time. Thankfully, this list also has light moisturizers that are perfect for oily skin -- they don't cause breakouts or extra shine but do offer some hydration. 
And if you have sensitive skin, you know that a good moisturizer can calm redness or flare ups of skin issues like eczema. Most sensitive skin will benefit from a basic moisturizer without a lot of added chemicals or preservatives, and there are plenty of products that fit that bill perfectly on this list. 
So check it out and we're sure you'll find the right product for your skin.

By Sarah Carrillo

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Wednesday, November 30

Bronze Autumn Eyes

Even though winter is already around the corner, I wanted to put this FOTD look inspired by fall colors.  I have been slacking with this blog :( I've had to work so much more these past months that I've totally neglected my blog.  Hopefully, I'll do better in the future... Anyways for the eyes, I used my Too Faced Eye Shadow Insurance Policy palette.  I haven't really touched this palette in a long time and found it again in my makeup collection.

Urban Decay De Slick
Dr. Brandt Pores No More
MAC Studio Fix Fluid in NC35
MAC Beauty Powder in Summer Rose

MAC L/S in Velvet Teddy
NYX L/G in Smokey Look

Too Faced E/S in Socialite All Over the Lids to my Crease
Too Faced E/S in Full Frontal Outer Corner/ Outer Crease
Too Faced E/S in Glamazon on Browbone
NYX Slide On E/L in Jet Black at the Upper Lash Line & Water Line
Sephora E/L in Copper Electro on the Lower Lash Line & Tearduct Corner
L'Oreal Voluminous Original Mascara in Blackest Black

Wednesday, September 7

Cheap Swaps for High-End Makeup


Think you need to pay $30 or more for a decent blush or mascara? Not with these cheap makeup picks that work just as well as high-end beauty products

For the record, we're in no position to judge a good makeup splurge. Our makeup bags are loaded with MAC lip glosses, Nars shadows, and tubes of Lancome mascaras. We'd be giant hypocrites if we told you to always bargain shop for your beauty products. But

It turns out you totally can (and maybe should) hit up the drugstore for your beauty products -- even if you once swore you'd never use anything but your favorite $59 foundation and $24 lipstick. But before you blindly fill up your cart at Target with an aisle's worth of shadows, check out these makeup pros' tips on the drugstore products that are exact -- or nearly exact -- duplicates of high-end makeup.

Trust us, if anyone would know which cheap makeup products can sit next to your splurge-worthy ones, it's these experts. They literally try thousands of beauty products and definitely know a good match when they see one. With these picks you can do your entire face -- from foundation to lip gloss -- without breaking your budget. And the best part? These drugstore picks are all high quality, so no one will know you went the bargain route. Well, unless you decide to spill your secrets, but we'll leave that up to you …

Click here to see cheap makeup swaps for high-end products.

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