Meg here! If I were a prestige line, I'd be getting a little nervous right about now. The "mass market" is really doing a great job of covering a lot of our beauty needs right in our local drugstores. They're giving us pretty comparable items at a fraction of the price and in this economy that's definitely making cents.
Stacy B here! I've had a lot of time to myself lately. Well, me and my newborn, but as much as I talk to him throughout the day, he doesn't talk back much. Being home with a very good but demanding little baby who much prefers to be held while walking around the house offers me a lot of time to play around with new make up and make up styles.
I know, it's pretty funny to think about me walking around the house with my handsome little man who probably spit up down my back, in yoga pants and a t-shirt, most likely un-showered and hair in a 2-day old ponytail with full glam, red-carpet-ready make up. But it's happened a few times! Sometimes I have time to wash it off before my hubby gets home but not always. He's gotten used to seeing me in various states of made up and just calmly takes the baby and lets me shower.
This certainly isn't the first time I've admitted to something slightly embarrassing in the name of make up reviews! And I bet it won't be the last.
Being home alone is a good time to try things you wouldn't normally try. I've been trying various shades of NYX's Pump it up Lip Plumper because I have always been afraid to try this before something important. What if I react badly to it and it makes me look like I got punched in the lips and then doesn't go down? I'm sure that's unrealistic, but when you are home all day with a baby, your mind goes to weird places...
The good news is that this did NOT make me look like a crazy balloon lipped lady. The bad news is that I'm not sure it did anything. It is a gloss so it can stand on its own which is nice. I didn't need to layer a lipstick under it to get color. Although there is a clear one which I could have used to layer if I wanted to. It's mildly sticky but not too annoying, and went on fairly smoothly. It's definitely not a high quality gloss, but it's not bad. It's usually sold for under $6, so keep that in mind.
At first, nothing happened. Then, after a few minutes, my lips started to tingle. It was a very weird feeling, like I ate too many of those little cinnamon red hot candies and licked my lips about a dozen times. I was afraid to talk too much or eat anything. I had an odd fear that it was like when you go to the dentist and get novacaine and if you talk or move too much you drool everywhere. Again, not realistic but come on, I am still up twice a night to feed my little man!
I kept checking the mirror to see if I could notice a difference. I couldn't so I asked the Mister. He very quickly said he could tell that my lips were a little more swollen than normal. Too quickly. I am not sure I believe him. And yes, he used 'swollen' which I guess isn't the worst thing he could have said.
Meg here! (Like you have to be a psychic to figure that out.) I read this article on Fortune or Forbes (I like to read what I aspire to. I really don't care to pick up Cosmopolitans "100 Ways to Make Him Scream") Why buy what I already know? Go to bed with a leave-in conditioner on my hair and a mud face mask. I mean really Cosmo, it's not brain surgery. If I want real shrills I don't shave my legs. There you go. It didn't even cost you $3.
I'm at a point where I don't really give a rat's ass on what "he" thinks. I know, there's so many of them how could I even keep track? I really care about what "I" think. Born alone, die alone-we better make friends with ourselves.
My favorite thing in the entire universe is to laugh. The second thing is to move (not exercise-are you insane?) Move! Move forward (or try to) Have you ever read The Book Of Birthdays? If you haven't go get it! It will endlessly entertain you forever. I was born on July 20th. I was born "On The Days Of Ups and Downs." The book then goes into why you are the way you are and I have to say, it makes a non-believer a believer. It pegged me to a "T"
Getting back to my Forbes or Fortune article, it was written for people that want to become better than they are. The overwhelming theme was "Shake Your Shit Up." Yes, whatever it is that you've always wanted to do? Well, to become a more successful, a happier and content individual-you better do it now. We're not getting any younger. I just noticed an age spot on my had as I typed this. Gross.
I didn't grow up "fancy." That's totally OK. However, a lot of my friends did. The only separation really in our class divide (I'm self-made thank you very much) was one of travel.
I've always wanted to go to Paris. I just couldn't find a friend that wanted to go with me "Oh, good Lord? YOU'VE never been to Paris? I've been like 10 times? Where did your parents take you?" Disneyworld. Once. I didn't say they beat me. Let's just say "passport photo day" was not something I grew up with.
I'm turning 36 in ten days and I did what any single woman that knows no one in Paris does, I bought a ticket for two weeks to go there. I leave August 30th, and I'm thrilled to go alone and do it. Because if success lies outside your comfort zone than I'm willing to make that leap. It's Paris, not Baghdad. I'm not looking for a medal, but it's a big deal-to me.
It's a big deal because I bought my own ticket, I'll book my own hotel and I'll come up with my own schedule. There wasn't a boyfriend in the mix. It's all on my own terms and that's a pretty nice place to be able to live.
I took a hiatus from being a ballsy, bad ass warrior. I took a route I thought I was supposed to take. I got married and I was awful at it. Believe me, I raced out of the gates of my hometown faster than Seabiscuit. I ran at 18, not knowing anyone, to New York City. I figured if you're going to "Go Big Or Go Home." New York would be the place to go huge.
Lexie Neonakis was my roomate, she was very old. I think she was 22 when I moved in. She was travelled and smart and certainly had been to Paris. She knew about fancy clothing brands and what Santorini was (she went there) and that I should really get rid of all of my clothes that were not Navy, Grey or Black. She would make me this weird dish called "hummus" with chickpeas in our blender. She lectured me that I was too obsessed with my boyfriend (I was) and to go out and make a mark on the world "You Can DO THIS." When I had gotten a more sophisticated beau and he wanted to buy me lingerie she said "It HAS TO BE La Perla!" I repeated it just like that, I got La Perla.
Lexie wasn't pretensious. Not at all. She just had great taste. I was the little "pretensious one" only going to The Bowery Bar (this was 1994-it was HOT) or Flamingo East. But I was trying. She had a class that you can't mimic. She just knew things. Stuff came really easy for her. It was like she had a FEDEX tracking number and knew when life was going to deliver.
Lexie was psychic. No really. Stay with me here because I know some of you (like me) are rolling your eyes.
Lexie was taught to read signs and planets and was doing this at 22 years old and was freaking me the Hell out. I thought I lived with a witch. I mean, a good witch (Like Glenda) but still it was totally weird.
She would make me these charts and tell me what was going to happen and what I should expect. I would do the "crazy person nod" just to make her stop talking about planetary alignment. Again, not my background.
"You're going to meet someone older, like 20 years older in November. Looks like the 15th."
I started dating Paul, 20 years older on the 13th of November. Up until I met him I would have sworen off anyone more than 5 years older.
"You're going to sign a contract, looks like money beginning of September."
Meg here! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday week. It was a bit off, with the 4th being on a Wednesday. Friday arrived and I kind of felt like it was Tuesday. It's OK. I'm a little all over the place lately. I feel like I need one of those professional organizers to come in and unclutter my mind. Like, I remember the Magna Carta was signed in 1215 but don't ask what I walked into the kitchen for. For the love of God, I have no idea. oh yeah, where did I put my keys?
I haven't actually added up the years in my life that I've lost while "looking for something" but that's only because I can't find my damn calculator.
Napoleon Perdis is my friend. He's my friend because he's extraordinary and brilliant and kind. He also said I could offer a free Napoleon Perdis lipgloss to anyone that can get me a billionaire proposal. I mean, that's a true pal.
If I wasn't so lucky to know Napoleon personally I would still worship at his altar just based on his body of work. I think I may have introduced a few of you to his wonderful products. We have quite a few that have been and are currently being mailed out in Make Up Point Packs so if you haven't gotten a chance to try his creations... Get those points turned in!
I don't think Napoleon is unorganized in the slightest. I've been to his Hollywood corporate office (AMAZING) and his Academy (PRISTINE.) I just think Napoleon is some sort of psychic God that has the ability to trouble shoot and enrich the lives of everyday woman (sort of like a Super Hero-He totally should have been a character in The Avengers.)
Napoleon's NP GLAM SET is a timesaver for sure! A handy, multi product compact case with the most wearable selection of colors. The 4 brown/gold/mink colored hues in the eyeshadows are absolutely breathtaking in the most natural way. They're truly day-to-night and the most minimal color phobe would have nothing to worry about with this selection. I even use them on my brows. That said, if your more of a drama queen (who? Me) you can layer and build really dramatic looks. I can't think of any skintone that this would not work with.
Meg here! I hate to wash my face. I forget all the time and I have no business writing a beauty blog when I drink like a fish, smoke like a fire and forget to wash my fash before I go to bed. The only redeeming values that I have are, I wear sunscreen sometimes but love products. You're probably way more qualified to write for this site and I apologize. I do love gross things, stay with me here.
Yes! If it is gross I am a fan. Do you know what milias are? They're the little, hard white zit things under your face. When you go to a dermatologist they use a special, small little razor to cut them out. You can't squeeze them out. Or else! HA! HA! (I have-after bleeding profusely and definitely causing long term damage effects) you look like you've been to a butcher shop. The collatoral damage that one does to their face to remove a milia is not worth the milia extraction. This doesn't stop me "Meg, Milia Hunter" (That's the name of the Lifetime movie.)
Anyhow, I can have blood pouring down my face but once I remove the hard, round white milia ball, I feel like I have climbed Everest. The milia is the Bin Laden. I laugh at the black and white heads. Those stupid sleeper cells. I can take them out in a nano second.
I have been known to tackle unsuspecting boyfriends and tear off their shirts. Not for a hot love making session. It was because I saw a blemish on their back ready to be extracted. Hold on, I need water, I'm getting hot over the memory.
"THERE IT IS! I GOT IT!" I'll exclaim with pride to my man as I wave the offending blemish in his face (wait, why am I single?)
I want to see "dead cells" I want to see "oil build up." Do you have a gross in-grown hair bump? Well baby, I've got tweezers, call me...
I'm a sucker for a "World's Best" in anything. Don't even ask me how many times I've ordered from Hammacher Schlemmer. A face cloth? Really Meg (you may be asking yourself, more likely you're silently agreeing with me that a deep extraction with successful removal is life's greatest joy.)
I have to revise the opening to "I used to hate washing my face!" What would a gross purveyor, results oriented, proof is in the pudding type of gal, like myself get out of "washing my face?" Sure my face would look clean, what fun is that? I want to SEE what was living on there. I want to be so grossed out by the grime, dead cells and old makeup residue. If "seeing is believing," then make me a believer.
Nanotech Reusable Face Cloth has appealed to my scientific, dermatologist, surgeon background (disclaimer, I have none of the mentioned.) It grosses me out in the most marvelous way!! In ONE SWIPE (I keep mine in the shower) I see the crap that's been on my face all day long! I love to remove ALL MY MAKUP IN ONE SWIPE (it's flipping amaze-I swear.)
I can't stop wiping, I LOVE DISGUSTING! I drive my roommates insane when I say "Look at this! No, really, look! It's all grey!! That was on my face!" I shove my Nanotech in front off them and they roll their eyes, but not before checking the cloth out.
They then gag as I point out dead skin on the cloth. Whatever, once it comes out of the laundry it mysteriously "dissappears." I believe we all secretly love "gross."
There is a sense of accomplishment in what you've seen removed and exfoliated. This is your miracle face, the problem "eraser" (as it has been called, the eraser.) Don't take their word for it. LOOK AT YOUR CLOTH! You'll instantly see it!!
My face feels like my teeth do after a professional teeth cleaning. Once you rub your tongue over your newly cleaned teeth, you can't believe the build-up that you had been walking around with. Once I Nanotech wash my face, it feels the cleanest, most buff. The baby smooth feeling of new skin. For real! I have ZERO relationship with this company. I just asked to be sent a sample after hearing people freak out over it, I get it. I'm using this (Megsmakeup) code to get more. Google it. It's amaze!
Meg here! Yes, that is a photo of me in disbelief after touching how incredibly soft my face was with the great Ole Henriksen. His fabulous esthetician Xavier made my face incredible after Ole Henriksen's signature soothing honey facial.
Ole Henriksen? Celebrity facialist to the stars (Katy Perry, Charlize Theron, Mark Wahlberg, Naomi Campbell etc.) and the secret ingredient is honey!? Read on!
The National Honey Board was kind enough to send myself and a few other beauty writers off to the famed Ole Henriksen Spa in West Hollywood to learn about the beauty powers of honey. This was not my first trip! Anyone that's spent time on Megsmakeup.com knows what a huge Ole Henriksen fan I am. His Truth Serum is so amazing, his African Red Tea Indulgent Body Mask (uses honey) Sugar Glow Face Scrub (uses honey) and many of his A-List custom facials use honey. Once you realize what a huge honey advocate Henriksen is, it makes perfect sense to learn all of its benefits from the Skin Guru himself.
Ole Henriksen grew up in a very small village to a working class family that didn't have a lot of money. As a treat, Ole's mom would add honey to his milk as a special treat. It brings a lot of warm memories back to him and he is an expert on its skin saving properties.
Honey is a natural humectant (it attracts and retains moisture) which makes a perfect, natural ingredient for cleansers, creams, shampoos and conditioners. It also has a ton of soothing antibacterial properties and it's an antioxidant! oh, and it's super inexpensive and you probably already have it in your kitchen. So there's that as well.
Summertime is here and the harmful rays can really do a number on our skin. Here are some easy, soothing recipes that are effective, healing and have been around for ages. Literally, Cleopatra (the Oprah of her time) was a fan and if it's good enough for the "Cleopatra's Favorite Things..."
Here is the step by step, homemade way that you too can experience the Hollywood Guru's popular Honey Facial Treatment. Make a batch in tupperware and these ingredients can be pulled out once a week for a month! I was amazed at how soft Ole's model's skin was! Honey? Who knew?
Light some candles, turn on your music and apply! Anyone can do this (that's coming from someone that barely boils water!)
Step 1: COMPRESS: LAVENDER FACIAL
2 Teaspoons Lavender Essential Oil
Fill sink one-third full of warm water and add lavender essential oil. Stir and inhale the wonderful aroma to induce relaxation. Create a spa environment. Drench a terry cloth towel in lavender water, lightly squeeze out excess water and press firmly against your face for 10 seconds. Repeat 5 times.
Step 2: CLEANSE: HONEY YOGURT PURIFYING CLEANSER
4 Tablespoon Yogurt
2 Tablespoons Honey
2 Tablespoons Lemon Juice
Mix all ingredients in a small bowl. Pat cleanser onto your face with an upward circular motion for 1 to 2 minutes. Rinse with lavender water.
"I tried the Leonor Greyl Bain Volumatueur that you told me I had to have! I didn't work it right? What did I do wrong? You said that it would lift and add volume to my thin hair? What's going on Meg?"
What's going on is I didn't explain how to use it correctly and you used it like a "normal shampoo." It has different rules, the Eiffel Tower is not a simple "tower." The Sistine Chapel is not a mere "chapel," Leonor Greyl shampoo is not just "shampoo."
Here is what you need to know in simple terms about Leonor Greyl and I will explain exactly how to get AMAZING results with Bain Volumatueur Shampoo for your thin, flat hair. Then I will send you to a new flash site www.gloss48.com where TODAY YOU CAN PURCHASE LEONOR GREYL FOR 30% OFF WITH AN ADDITIONAL $10 off Leonor Greyl products CODE: MMGREYL10
1. LEONOR GREYL BAIN VOLUMATUEUR IS NOT GOING TO LATHER AND GET ALL "SUDSY." WHY?
Suds are bad. That's the simple answer. If you don't want to take my word for it here is the reason suds are bad. SLS or Sodium Lauryl Sulfates is really awful for you. If you have anything in your shower with it, I'd toss it. THE ONY THING IT PROVIDES IS SUDS, "suds" give the illusion of being clean. "Suds" are created by SLS, which is so cheap companies add it into products for an inexpensive "foam." In reality, the SLS is stripping your hair color. If you have an itchy scalp, redness/itch around the mouth-thank your friend SLS which will leave you SOL.
2. HOW DO I RINSE LEONOR GREYL SHAMPOOS? WHY CAN'T I JUST STICK MY HEAD UNDER THE SHOWER?
There is an art to this process. There are so many essential oils in Leonor Greyl shampoos you never need to work it into your hair below your ears. They are so jam packed with oils and vitimans that the water is just going to bounce off the shampoo if you don't follow this process.
a. IT'S SUPER CONCENTRATED: No more than a quarter size amount, nickel size, I find to be sufficient. Put only at your roots.
b. CUP THE WATER INTO YOUR HANDS AND WORK: Really rinse with your fingers that shampoo, the oils will saturate and infiltrate, not only cleansing your scalp but nourishing your entire hair, all the way down to the ends. The key is really saturating and diluting this strong serum.
c. SPECIAL, SECOND STEP FOR Bain Volumatueur: It's so nice we do it twice. Yes, do the above 2x for the full volume to kick it. This Volumatueur works 2x as hard to bring you volume. The first step is to cut through bad oils and residue build up that fine and thin hair suffers from. The second time it works directly at your roots injecting a volume blast. This is for the most optimum results. Trust me.
3. I CAN'T FIND A LEONOR GREYL CONDITIONER? WHY IS THAT AND WHAT'S WITH ALL THEIR "MASQUES?"
Leonor Greyl was started 45 years ago in Paris and people in Paris are fancy. "Conditioner" does not sound nearly as glamorous or Parisian as "Masque" (see where I'm I'm going with this?) Masque Fleurs de Jasmin is great for all hair types and smells amazing to all nose types. Same with all of the masques! Here is the best way to use them
a. DONT "MASQUE" ABOVE THE EARS!: This is serious silkening and nourishment power. You don't want to weigh any hair down and as we previously discussed. The shampoos are so nourishing there is no need to "masque" above your lobes. So yes, put it in your shower and use it as a "condtioner" but you're tres sophisticated so we "masque."
b. YOU CAN LEAVE IT IN AS A TRADITIONAL MASQUE: Yes, it smells like Heaven (so I've been told) again, just on your ends. I like to occasionally sleep in it, a little goes a long way and your ends will feel amazing.
LEONOR GREYL HUILE DE PALME? WHAT IS THIS? IS JEN ANISTON REALLY OBSESSED WITH IT? DID YOU HONESTLY RISK NOT ONLY YOUR HEAD BUT ALSO THE HEAD OF YOUR INNOCENT ROOMMATES AND MAIN GAY WITH A TRIP TO THE ER?
Holy Grail product, Jen Aniston uses it constantyl and yes. Yes, I sure did, before you judge me. Let me explain and ask if you too would risk it?
a. Leonor Greyl Huile De Palme changes the game for A-List hair: It's an oil that you put in (I like it the night before-doesn't ruin the pillow case, smells fab.) It has so many benefits. You just need a dime size amount. Distribute it through your hair. It prolonges color, provides protection from all the elements, nourishes and even defends against chlorine.
b. JEN ANISTON? Chris McMillin, her hair guru (he started The Rachael) let it slip to Star Magazine that she uses it religiously and the phones over at Leonor Greyl blew up. Everyone has a Mane Gay!
c. YOU MADE YOUR ROOMATES/MAIN GAY RUB THEIR HEADS ON THE FLOOR AND RISK INJURY? Yes. I did. I mean they had the option not to do it, but they're not fools. You see, I realized that I had these products in the powder room and I had not told them how to use it, or the benefits and I felt badly that their hair was not what all it could be. I had to teach them to fish. Imagine if I was your roomie and you had this in your shower and had no idea the benefits? That would make me a terrible roommate, a dastardly friend!
I sat Kristen, Lisa and Denny around our diningroom table with all of our Leonor Greyl products on it. I painstakingly went through the entire line, the ingredients, the instructions, the celebrities that love them. They were a captivated audience, they asked all the right questions and "oohed and aawed" over the scents and textures. With a glass of pinot noir in my right hand I lifted (like that scene in The Lion King where Simba is held up to the Animal Kingdom, or the picture where Michael Jackson lifted baby Blanket out the hotel window for the paparazzi.) I said, "here it is! The item we have all been waiting to hear about! Leonor Greyl Huille de Palme!" It was dramatic, it was glorious and then, in slow motion our faces turned to panic as we saw me drop the magical bottle. The answer to all of our hair's problems made a cracking sound as the bottle shattered on my diningroom table with precious oil spilling onto the hardwood floors!
"HIT THE DECK!" I yelled. As I grabbed the ends of my hair, got down on my knees and doing my best to avoid glass chunks, began soaking my hair on the oil on the floor. Did the other three look at me like I was insane? NO. I had to move over as all three of them joined me. Each of us on our knees, on the floor, avoiding glass shards and soaking our hair with Huille de Palme. It was like Jennifer Aniston's follicles had possessed us and we had no control, we were desperate for a "perfect hair day."
BEST HAIR DAY EVER! Those were the comments my roomates left on my facebook wall the next day and no one was cut, no trip to the ER and my hardwood, dining room floor has a very shiny, gorgeous sheen in the spot it was dropped. When I am a very rich woman I will be throwing out the Pine Sol and mopping with Leonor Greyl Huille de Palme. It really has so many uses!
If I haven't sold you on Leonor Greyl's products then you can't be sold or can't read. The last a long time, are amazing and are a bit pricey (a little truly goes a long way but I'm going to help you out and point you in a direction where you can really save!) Try it out and see without a big financial risk.
Meg here! Schick Quattro for Women hosted myself a few weeks back and showed me a lovely time. I already wrote about how fabulous the Schick Quattro For Women Trim Style is! So you ladies already know. I was hoping we could let these women share in our knowledge.
I don't understand the thought process here. You put on a dress that costs thousands of dollars, sit in a makeup chair for hours and have your hair done. Then a car comes to pick you up and you go and greet tons of fans at a press heavy event-and you don't think to shave your pits?
It's not like that's a time consuming step.
These people have "people" that do everything for them. I'm pretty sure if I was going to leave the house in that state someone (probably Main Gay Denny) would pull me aside and give me a little "Ooh, you need to shave." I mean, don't these women have any friends? I would understand if they were under the weather and on the way to the grocery store, but a red carpet event? Really?
Goddess Granny is henceforth naming this Summer 2012 as the "Summer I sat on my hands a lot!" I gave up my artificial acrylic nails a few weeks ago and let me tell you,it's been an eye-opening experience! I've worn the fakes for years on and off because my own nails simply aren't one of my more outstanding features but after hearing "So sorry" one too many times as the hastily-applied drill was burning my nails, nipping into my tender cuticles, and having the general feeling of nastiness no matter which salon I visited,I figured it might be time to try just ONE more time to grow a set of chic, short, healthy nails on my own…no small feat!
At first, my nails were literally jello-like: soft, uneven, and just plain unattractive.I tried to fake it with lots of filing and topical treatments, polish looked too amateur when I tried to apply on my own so kept them as light and clean and non-obvious as possible! THEN I got the bright idea (and many have great luck with the process and results!) of getting the new "gel polish" applied when I was in San Francisco and yes, they looked "better" for a couple of weeks until I had to remove the color: OMG…after soaking my hands in pure acetone and filing and buffing, my nails were yet again BURNING, swollen and red! Not thinking that pure-acetone for any length of time is my BFF? The UV light also caused me more burning and itching and I was left with hands than not only had regressed to the initial pathetic state but that also felt horrible…
I decided then and there that I would dedicate the entire Summer to the health of my hard-working nails and hands: I protect them with sunblock, treat kindly with creams, and am happy that my hands haven't yet let me down in the war against aging but my nails needed a break from all the chemicals and drilling, the harsh formulas of some polishes and that devil acetone for sure! I resigned myself to nightly warm olive-oil soaks and gentle chamois buffing and figured it was my punishment for falling prey to the lure of nail salons for so long!
Browsing "Country Living" magazine one afternoon in hopes of a paint inspiration for my guest room, I noticed a little article about "Scotch Naturals": in 2009, stay at home Mom, Ginny Cardenas' two young daughters loved to "dress up" like we all do but when Ginny actually noticed the ingredients of even "play" nail polish, she was appalled at the toxins and chemicals her sweet little girls were painting on their fingers so she designed a line of nail color for KIDS names "Hopscotch Kids" and using her MBA skills, was able to develop and market this niche-product with amazing results to many high-end kid's stores! She realized many adults were also impressed with her water-based, totally non-toxic shades and were buying them for themselves so her "Scotch Naturals" line of AMAZING natural nail colors and treatments was born!
An eco-friendly alternative to traditional nail color, Scotch Naturals is TOTALLY with the usual "3-free" ingredients but they're also without ethyl acetate,butyl acetate,have metals, they are gluten-free and vegan and contain no ACETONE and are TRULY non-toxic! What drew me in was the formula, which rivals the highest-end salon quality shades in 34 of the most stunning, original, outrageously-chic, and gorgeous colors I've even seen offered in a nail color! Everything about this nail color is elegant: the bottles are perfect, the brush is flawless, and again, the colors and formula are brilliant and make me WANT to take care of my tender nails in the best possible way by wearing only these shades! Application and removal is simple: buffing your nails with a drop of oil prior to application and taking a bit of time soak in warm water prior to removing without any irritation!
Meg here! I hope all of you checked under the Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain Post from a couple days ago to see if you won! Just send me you address if you are one of the first 10 to comment under the post so Revlon can get your Balm Stain off to you!
Today Revlon is doing a give away on the Revlon Colorstay Smoky Shadow Stick. The think tank must be burting over there at Revlon because they've come out with another new product! These chubby, dual sided sticks are perfect for a smoky eye on the go! They're dual ended, creamy (creamy without a pull or tug, I love that, sometimes these "crayons" can go on so drying. It's also perfect for travel. It's not going to break in your bag and I've even used mine to apply a smoky eye in the car! That's convenience.
Speaking of convenience, I've put together a video with my main gay Denny on all of the perfect Revlon beach essentials. You just need sunscreen ladies! Don't worry about the sun's harmful rays with Revlon Bronzer! You can acheive a sculpted, sun kissed look without aging your skin!