So I did it. I broke down and bought foundations from the drugstore.
Now...before you start calling me out on the fact that I only use high end foundations...I'd like to justify my decisions on not getting drugstore ones to the fact that I already have around 8 foundations I've recieved from my day job that I rotate on any given day (although, three I purchased on my own [Clinique Even Better, Josie Maran, NARS Sheer Glow] and three of which only get rotated in the summer because they're tinted moisturizers [one of which I purchased myself...FusionBeautys...] and not heavy enough for my already super dry skin in Maine wintertime). So do I really NEED another foundation? No.
I'm also finding as I rotate my usual favorites that I'm dangerously low on a couple...and that my dear readers, is because of YouTube videos :)
Now again, don't get me wrong. I love making my videos and sharing them...I actually get very bummed out when I don't have time to film a video for the upcoming week or two...but I can't justify replacing my very favorite foundation until summer (and honestly it's only because it costs $42...of which I don't have extra of in winter...NARS Sheer Glow in case you're wondering). But this blog post isn't about that foundation. It's about my first impressions of:
Maybelline Dream Liquid Mousse
(shown in shade Light 3.5 - Nude Beige)
Head past the jump for my first impressions of the foundation and a photo of it on my skin!
Finding Mr. Bright is a cute and kitschy set of 4 mini products and a MANual housed in an obnoxiously bright pink box (and I'm not using the word obnoxious in a completely negative connotation here...just to set the record straight! Haha.)
Head past the jump for all the details and a photo of the contents!
Let's be real here. I love eyeliner...but I have a problem. I'm rubbish with pencils (unless it's specifically for lining the waterline) and nine times out of ten I just can't stop the slight shake in my hand that you get when you're using a liquid...so I've been living off of my cream and gel liners!
(for the record...personal favorites for cream/gel liners are: MAC Chromaline, YSL Gel Liner, Clinique Gel Liner, and L'Oreal HiP gel liner)
MAC does a mixing medium - both water based and others (I own the water based) which is great and I love using it for pigments to foil them onto my lids...but it just doesn't hold up to my sneezy, itchy, watery, allergy prone eyes (aka, it's not waterproof).
Dear Stupid Allergy Eyes: meet Inglot Duraline (clear bottle on the right).
Head past the jump to hear my thoughts on this [fantastic] product!