A few weeks ago I bought the Derwent Artist pencils. They were recommended to me as a dupe for my beloved Prismacolors. I’ve used Prismacolors for the past 20 years, so I think it’s safe to say I’m a ”connoisseur” of their pros and cons. I decided to make a video where I demo and compare both brands.
Join me as I chronicle how these seven cruelty free, beauty finds became staples in my beauty regimen. From eyes to feet, these ethic beauty products meet honest reviewing!
The first time I used one of Cantu’s hair products I noticed a difference, my hair liked it. I knew I had to try more of Cantu Shea Butter for Natural Hair paraphernalia. I had fallen in love with the design (while nothing new, those big round jars will help you to use every bit of product), the smell and the fact that their line is cruelty free and contains no mineral oil, sulfates or parabens!
Keep on reading to discover which of these hair products are sea-monster proof.
Between the bones; a round-up of the current items I’m using. With swatches and mini reviews!
Hello everyone! Hope you are all doing awesome. I got caught between Midterms and the whole chaos that Halloween brings. After my spooky vacations, I’ve come back to the blog with more energy and -you guessed it- an awesomely cute post.
Look what I just got in the mail! Blippo sent me a bunch of adorable things to review!
I pre-ordered Sostafir’s Ótta a few months ago from Season of Mist and it arrived back in August. I’ve been listening to this album for a while and it’s beautiful.
Today I bring you the cutest post I’ve ever done. The video unboxing of this month’s Kawaii Box.
I made my first Mini Haul Video. I ran out of moisturiser (Vanishing Cream has been my to go product for almost a year) and thought it was the perfect time to stop at a Lush and treat myself!
I made an unboxing video of my first ModCloth Order.
I tried new products recently. So here are my short reviews. As well as a How to and Reference Pictures. Summer Fuschia Curls this way!