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Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017

Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017

Today I’m sharing my Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017. You guys always want to see products that don’t work out for me, so I finally had enough items to make a good video. In the video I tell you why they don’t work for me. Just because they don’t work for me doesn’t mean that they won’t work for you.

Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017

Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017

Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017 Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017 Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017

WHAT I’M WEARING

FASHION
PattyBoutik Black V Neck Lace Up Top
Bunny Paige Micro Spiked Heart Dragonfly Necklace

EYES
Milani Eyeshadow Primer
Urban Decay Walk of Shame – base shade
Han Mystery – crease
Darling Girl #BreakTheInternet – transition
My Pretty Zombie Anthrax – lid & inner v
Makeup Geek Celestial – highlight
Kiss Brow Gel Granite
Milani Almond Shadow Pencil – waterline
Kat Von D Tattoo Liner – upper lash line
It Cosmetics Super Hero Mascara

FACE
Winky Lux Whipped Cream Primer
The All Natural Face Cream Foundation in Porcelain Kissed by Honey
Lunatick Cosmetic Labs Contour Palette – contour
Physicians Formula Murumuru Butter Blush in Natural Glow & Plum Rose
Tarte Seduce – blush
Makeup Geek Celestial – highlight
Aromaleigh Illuminata Luxe Light

LIPS
Urban Decay 24/7 pencil in Hex
Black Moon Cosmetics lipstick in Eternal

NAILS
KBShimmer None of Your Bismuth
KBShimmer Tall Pink of Water

I love Black Moon Eternal! This is such a bad ass lipstick. It has a blackened rose gold base with pink, gold, burgundy and violet hues.

Disappointing Beauty Products February 2017

I’m definitely obsessed with binge watching. I prefer to watch a show on Youtube, Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Hulu so I can watch 2 or 3 episodes in a row rather than have to wait to watch once a week. I’m so glad that I cut the cable cord and don’t have to worry about having a million channels I never watch.

What beauty products have disappointed you lately? What shows have you been obsessed over?

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  • I loved this video I commented on YT but I wanted to tell you how gorgeous this look is, it’s one of my favorites! I agree, I think that more beauty brands should make foundation products that are geared towards more than one skintype-because the product could be great for pale skin, give you coverage, but if you have dry skin it will end up being a little bit patchy/cakey, or with oily skin be too overwhelming. As I experiment with the Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer, I’ll let you know how it works(on my combo skin that can go oily and then be dryer in patches) and since you have a good range of brushes, that is one that really does work for more than one skintype-it’s meant to be mixed-before the Sensual Skin Primer got released(just in the past few weeks) it’s one that is a good multi-tasker, because you can use it on it’s own with a flat brush under the eye to conceal, you can mix it with Embryolisse Lait Creme(for your dry skin) to sheer it out for a more all over sheerer foundation, on it’s own where you need more coverage-the Sensual Skin Primer has it’s own mixing tray and it’s formulated for it-but it definitely is geared towards working for more than one skin type.

  • I love your poodle! & The hot pink hair looks awesome too! I have heard that the new ABH foundation stick is not the best, do you know of a stick foundation that is a good one? I’ve only used liquid and mousse formulas

      • Yvette, one foundation that I love that is a stick foundation is Hourglass Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation Stick-that one has worked really well for me-the one caveat with that is that you do have to buy the brush that goes with it because it makes the product work-. It’s a really concentrated product, it melds with your skin temp to and it really give you full coverage with a really second skin seamless finish. It’s not inexpensive, it’s $46, but it’s lasted me a really long time because when you apply it you don’t need very much, it’s designed that way. It’s not for everyone, if you are really on the dryer side. But if you have normal/combo/combo to oily etc it’s a great product, and it’s SO easy to blend. It has really great pale shades/deep shades, everywhere in between.

  • I haven’t tried the ABH foundation, but the NYX Total Cover is definitely more matte – and better for oily skin. It doesn’t cover my acne scars very well though. The shade range is pretty amazing though. I’m going to be swatching them with Brittany soon!

  • I love stick foundations but the ABH sounds like something I should skip. I haven’t heard a single person in my age range say that they like it (other than as a concealer/spot cover up). It’s a bummer because the shade range looks great 🙁

  • My first visit to your site to read the article and couldn’t find it! There was so much advertising and photos and list of products you are wearing, that the article isn’t even on this page! Click-bait…will not be returning! Very disappointed!

  • I was at Ulta yesterday with a great coupon and was so disappointed that they were out of the NYX Total Control. Now I’m glad about it since I doubt it would work for me either.

  • Speaking of Arrow, are you upset that the writers were forced to kill off Deadshot and Waller in addition to phasing Deathstroke and Harley out at the time WB was prepping the Extended Universe, Suicide Squad included?

  • I had the same experience with the NYX Total Control foundation. I tried several different brushes and sponges, but it clings to my dry patches like crazy, even dry spots I didn’t realize I had. I was so disappointed! I’m thinking of adding a drop of oil to it to see if that works…I’m a beauty on a budget, and the thought of throwing it away pains me, lol.

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