The art of make-up is so intriguing to me and I enjoy improving my technique from any inspiration that I come across! Here I'd like to share all of that with you :)
californiazombie asked: have you ever heard of/tried morphe brushes..?
I have never heard of them but I am checking them out right now!@3 months ago with 3 notes
eufemmism asked: not really a question but I love your blog. It's so inspiring <3 keep it up :)
Thank you so much doll :3@3 months ago with 2 notes
My favorite is Suave because it’s cheap, does the job, and smells good. The only thing I don’t really like about it is the white cast it gives my hair and the fact that I can go through a bottle in no time at all. But for $2.99 at Target, I’m pretty happy, I just brush it out to downplay the whiteness (It’s not horrible, it’s not a big deal to me but to others I’m sure it would be). It gives my hair lots of volume and it smells gewd :3
I went to Marshalls and picked up a bottle of Oscar Blandi Pronto Invisible Volumizing Dry Shampoo for ten dollars. Yikes. Much more than my 2.99 Suave but I was willing to give it a go because it said that it sprays clear.
It sucks. haha.
It DOES spray clear but it’s a crap product, to be honest. The first time I put it on my hair it looked pretty good but only because I had washed my hair the night before. The smell is HORRIBLE. I’m not sensitive to smells but I was coughing up a storm while using this. I had to use SO much to get the look I wanted, but all in all, it just made my hair look and feel even dirtier than it already was. My hair would look somewhat voluminous after I initially applied but it deflated soon after and it was just a nightmare haha. It’s 80 degrees where I live and I’m wearing a beanie to hide it. Never buying this crap again!
So if any of you have a holy grail dry shampoo, Please let me know! I’m gonna stick to my Suave DS but I’ll always be on the hunt for something to beat it.
What’s your favorite dry shampoo and why?@3 months ago with 35 notes