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Lena Lashes Liquid Lipstick ~ Review, Swatches, Shipping

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One of my beauty resolution of the year was to buy more Black-Owned Beauty brands so in today blog post, I will be reviewing Lena Lashes More Matte Than Matte Liquid Lipsticks. I will go through the process of ordering, the formula plus swatches. I first got three of the shades around February (James, Dante and Idris) and got four more during the 5$ sale (Guy, Lucious, Tony and Kevin). 

Face Off Makeup Remover Cloth*

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I always thought that micellar water was the best invention of all time because of how easy it was to remove my makeup and didn’t think that the makeup remover cloth really worked. This was until I discovered The FaceOff Cloth.

The FaceOff Cloth is ‘’ a natural, soft, reusable cleansing cloth that removes all face and eye makeup, even mascara, using only warm water. It instantly eliminates dirt, excess oil and skin impurities leaving the complexion fresh and radiant. “

What's Happening in Montreal | Fashion & Design Festival

What's Happening in Montreal | Fashion & Design Festival

Montreal annual Fashion & Design Festival will be held in the next couples of days. From August 15th to August 20th at Quartier des Spectacles. This one of a kind festival is meant to bring together Canadian and International fashion and design figures through conferences, fashions shows and musical performances. 

Best Foundation Duo for the Hot Days

Hello lovelies,

The weather here has been pretty crazy hot lately. So I don’t have a lot of option regarding makeup. Last summer, I could wear anything I wanted but not this year. So I wanted to give you guys a peak of the foundation duo that has been making me look really good despite the 40 degrees weather.

Black-Owned Beauty & Cosmetics Brands

I find that often cosmetics companies forget that there are more than 10 shades of skin tones. I feel that they don’t understand women of color. How can you have a foundation range with 20 shades of porcelain but 3 for dark skin tones. That is not acceptable.  If small companies can do it, any big ones can do it do. The beauty industry makes billions per year and more than half of it are made by women of colors. Those companies don’t see how much money they are losing.