TOK; Take Two

It's been a bit since my last blog about TOK Beauty, the Canadian born brand with a penchant for beautiful handmade silk lashes. Not only is this line revolutionary being the first line to create silk magnetic lashes, I was able to get more insight from the creator, Tara, herself! Since my last post, the... Continue Reading →

Meet Sappho New Paradigm

I have tried a LOT of different cosmetics brands, all with their own pros and cons. It is incredibly rare for me to find a brand that I love every single product, but Sappho New Paradigm has won that slot. I'll be completely honest, when I first applied a full face of Sappho, I don't... Continue Reading →

Clove + Hallow Pressed Powder

Once upon a time, I was 'that girl' with a pressed powder compact in her purse at all times. Over the last few years, that hasn't been the case as I've forgone my beloved compacts in favor of loose setting powder. I'm not sure when or why I stopped, but I really began to miss... Continue Reading →

W3ll People Expressionist Pro Mascara

The W3ll People Expressionist mascara has received so much hype over the years, I'm not sure why I waited so long to try it! It's in a sleek metal tube and has a football shaped plastic applicator. This is probably my favorite part of it! Because of the way the bristles are shaped, it easily... Continue Reading →

Glossier Play Nite Shine

Glossier: the brand that doesn't get enough credit in the clean beauty space. It isn't touted as clean beauty per say, but most of their formulas rank low in the EWG database. It is not super natural necessarily, however their products are high performance. I love Glossier's concept of letting your natural beauty shine and... Continue Reading →

Crunchi Lips

  I am a mega fan of the Crunchi Beautifully Flawless foundation - and the entire Crunchi philosophy - so I was really curious about their lip products! I partnered up with my go-to Crunchi gal, Erica Davis, to bring you this lipstick and gloss review! Crunchi Lipsticks are made with super natural ingredients. They... Continue Reading →

Makeup Fit for a Goddess: Eye of Horus

Ancient Egypt continues to inspire modern beauty rituals and trends. Kohl eyeliner, red pigments crushed and used as lip and cheek colors, and milk and honey baths are all popular in today's culture, and Eye of Horus Cosmetics upholds ancient recipes in their formulas for a true touch of Egypt. Moringa oil is prized in... Continue Reading →

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