Today’s post is going to be a review of the Zaron Volumizing mascara. Funny how I never knew Zaron was a Nigerian owned brand till recently. I first discovered the brand in Ghana, and then for their first big campaign, they had Yvonne Nelson as the face of the brand, so I actually thought the…
Vichy is a French skincare brand, owned by L’Oreal. Their major thing is that they add thermal spring water from Vichy to all their products. (Apparently Vichy is a French town the brand is named after) This thermal water supposedly contains 16 minerals and nutrients that are great for your skin. You can read all…
Hello beautiful people! Today’s post is a review on the NYX Glitter Primer. I’ve been hearing a lot about this primer lately, and I’ve been really into glitter lately, so I decided to pick this up.
Hey guys! In the past, I’ve done a couple of collective posts on liquid lipsticks, but the posts/pictures didn’t survive the move to a new website, so I will be reviewing them by brand over the next few months, and I will probably do a best-of post later in the year.
Skindinvia is probably the most popular brand of setting sprays, known especially for (arguably) making the best setting spray for oily skin. Today’s review will be about their oil-control makeup primer spray and their makeup setting spray.
We’re just going to call it Vichy eye balm from here on out because I can’t be bothered to type that out over and over. I’m a huge fan of the Vichy brand in general and the Aqualia line in particular, and I was very happy to finally get my hands on this eye balm.
Hey guys, today’s post is going to be a review and swatches of all my Makeup Geek shadows in one single post.
Guys, I finally found the best primer for oily skin! If you’ve been reading this blog for a while now, you know that I’ve had a hard time finding a good mattifying primer that holds up in the humidity of Lagos, and doesn’t look textured/cakey/flakey under my foundation, and actually keeps me matte for a…
Guys, I think I just discovered the best affordable foundation brush, and it’s from Elf, of all brands!
Recently, I received some Uberchic Ville glitters to review. Uberchic Ville is a Nigerian brand. I’m just so impressed with the quality of stuff our homegrown brands are putting out these days. Uberchicville Ville makes two kinds of glitters: pressed and loose.