Liquid Skin Tint by Clove + Hallow

I’m a combination skinned gal, who gets oily as the day goes on. Some days it’s the battle of the blot and I’m constantly dabbing my T-zone to remove excess oil, so mattifying foundations are always a plus in my book. I’m a Clove + Hallow girl through and through, so you can imagine my excitement when they launched their first liquid foundation! It promises … Continue reading Liquid Skin Tint by Clove + Hallow

Ranavat Mighty Majesty: a Jasmine Lover’s Dream

If I could claim a scent obsession with one flower in particular, it would be jasmine blooms. I find the delicate little white flowers completely intoxicating, so after smelling the Ranavat Mighty Majesty, I was hooked. This beautiful oil blend is a combination of 3 oils: coldpressed sunflower seed oil, organic jasmine flower extract, and CO2 extracted amla oil. Minimalist, but impactful. This oil is … Continue reading Ranavat Mighty Majesty: a Jasmine Lover’s Dream

Let’s Talk Lashes

I am obsessed with eyelashes. Having tried countless products from lash serums to mascaras, I’ve got several must-haves that never let me down – and a few tips to keep your lashes in tip top shape! The first thing I’ll mention is being gentle with your lashes. No ripping off falsies with glue or scrubbing off difficult mascaras. Pump some oil onto a warm washcloth, … Continue reading Let’s Talk Lashes

Shoppable Favorites!

Sappho Vegan Black Mascara ($34) All day, budge-proof wear. Lengthening and defining. Sappho Brow Pomade ($30) Shade Auburn is perfect for redheads! Sappho Concealer ($32) This cancels everything…dark circles, acne, you name it. Ilia Limitless Lash ($28) For big, look at me lashes Fitglow Lumi Firm Illuminate ($39) Highlight & glow without disrupting product underneath Fitglow Lip Serums ($42) These are so expensive it makes … Continue reading Shoppable Favorites!

All that Glitters: the Inconvenient Truth About Your Makeup

*Me, age 14, see below for details   Most shimmery and sparkly makeup contains an ingredient called mica, a natural mineral sourced from the earth. It is also used in electronics industry as an insulator. The problem with this beautiful, natural ingredient? Child labor. Roughly 60% of all the mica harvested world-wide comes from India where there are few laws protecting the children who often … Continue reading All that Glitters: the Inconvenient Truth About Your Makeup