The best of the best are finally here! I wanted to keep the ones I always mention out of this post. I wanted to talk more about ones that were kind of exclusive to this year – mostly new discoveries, new launches, and rediscovered favorites. Here they are, categorized into skincare, makeup, and nails!
I’ve been appreciating cushion foundations for awhile now. You can read more about my thoughts on them, and what my favorite ones are, here and here. But today’s post is about how you can make your own cushion foundation. What’s the benefit of that you say? Well, if you are a foundation-mixer (someone who loves mixing foundations), and/or you are someone who loves a bit of touch-up throughout the day, and/or you’ve always found that the cushion foundations out there in the market are just not what you are looking for – then this is the solution for you! I’ve created my own cushion using Memebox‘s I’m Cushion product. With the product comes the instruction of how to make your own!
At the end of the year it is particularly hard to resist the temptation of buying things. With constant notifications of sales going on, I kind of gave in – especially on Memebox‘s website. I’ve shopped on Memebox website before when I purchased Pony‘s Eye palettes. They sell all sorts of brands, and they even have their own line called the I’m Series. They also collab with a lot of famous beauty Youtubers to create specially designed boxes, palettes, etc.,
This may possibly be my new favorite primer. I am a primer junkie. They make all the difference in the world when it comes to makeup, and being very oily, I cannot live without them. I’ve raved before about the Hourglass Oil-Free Mineral Veil Primer and the Benefit Cosmetics Porefessional Primer. But today, I want to rave about the YSL Beauty Touche Éclat Blur Primer.
One of my most loved and well-read post is “Ranking my Favorite Foundations” post. Like most people, I too am most keen on foundations. They can be the priciest beauty products to spend money on, and also the most difficult to find the right one for you. The hardest parts of picking the right foundations are: choosing the right shade, coverage, finish, and length of wear.