Today it’s December 31 aka the last day of the year, which means it’s time to go over all of the products I used throughout the entire year and select which ones were the absolute best. It’s always a struggle to choose which products were just the absolute best, but I managed to do so anyway and narrow it down to only the very best products. If you’re interested in finding out which products made it, keep on reading!
As I mentioned in my previous E.L.F. review, E.L.F. asked me if I wanted to try out some of their products. I ended up choosing 5 products, one of which is the Blush Palette, which I reviewed already, and today I’m going to review two more products: the E.L.F. Ultimate Blending Brush and the E.L.F. Flawless Finish Foundation. If you’re interested in reading more about it, keep on reading!
L’Oreal’s True Match foundations has been one of the most well-known foundations for as long as I can remember. I wouldn’t call it a hyped up product, but at least everyone knew about it. After years and years of keeping the foundation just the way it is, L’Oreal decided to renew it, which leads us to the new L’Oreal Perfect Match foundation. Because I loved the True Match foundation I decided I just had to try this new version as well, and so I did. Today it’s time for the review. If you’re interested in finding out whether they did a good thing renewing their True Match foundation or not, keep on reading!
It has been quite a while since I last used a Catrice foundation. About 5 years to be exact. The reason why? I just don’t like the texture of their foundations and I just have better ones. Even though I’m clearly not a fan of Catrice foundations, I did really want to try their newest one, the Catrice Even Skin Tone Beautifying Foundation, mainly because it comes in a shade lighter than usual, and I was pretty excited about that. Today I’m going to be reviewing the foundation. If you’re interested in finding out whether or not I have changed my mind about Catrice foundations after trying this one, keep on reading!
As an oily skin girl, foundations (and all other skin products) that promise to be mattifying attract my attention. So did the I Heart Makeup No Shine Please Matte Foundation. Because it was super affordable and claimed to be mattifying I decided to take it with me and just give it a try. Because I had a lot of new foundations I wanted to test it did take me a while, but today it’s finally time for the review. If you’re interested in finding out more about this foundation, keep on reading!
For years and years I’ve been a huge fan of the Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation. I’ve used and loved the old version, the renewed version and the serum version. After using it for years I started experimenting with others brands and foundations and I kind of forgot about this one. When I saw it in stores a while ago I decided to buy it and see if I still like it now as much as I did back in the day. If you’re interested in finding out the answer to that, keep on reading!
Throughout the years I have never really used a lot of Gosh products. I have tried an eyeshadow trio and an eyebrow gel, but that’s basically it. I always feel like their products are just not it. They miss that wow-factor. But there is one exception, the Gosh X-Ceptional Wear foundation. I read a review about it and it made me want to try it even more, so I did. Today I’ll be reviewing it. If you’re interested in finding out more about this foundation, keep on reading!