Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Luna by Luna Highlight in Electra

Ladies


I got this in my last March Ipsy bag and was excited to try it, it's such a pretty tone for us pale ladies! It's an indy brand because I've never seen it in Canada or heard of it before. This shade is so pretty just by itself and amazing in combo with creams and liquid highlights. Online it says you should use a packing brush to apply this product, but I just use my finger find that works best for me. I did try using a brush and I found I got a smoother finish and it didn't settle into my texture sections if I used my finger. To help this product after applying it with my fingers I will take my beauty blender and make sure the edges are blended well.If your looking for a great dupe for your beloved Benefit Watt's up or Sunbeam and you want it CF, check out this one I personlly find it very close. It's not as pinky as Sunbeam but it's very close, it's some where inbetween the 2 from Benefit.



Pro's
- Goes on smoothy even being a baked formula
- Great pink/champagne shade
- If your looking for a great dupe for Benefits Sunbeam this seems to be very close
- Cruelty-Free
- Perfect for any skin tones even our darker ladies out there
- The glow you get with this stunning the pigmentation is crazy
- $ 23 online and you get about 0.1oz of product
- Lasts a long time on the skin without fading
- Doesn't settle in your poors or lines

Com's
- Nothing I love this highlighter

Thursday, 12 April 2018

Invisalign story update #4

Ladies 


So here we are I'm already on tray 13 of my Invisalign journey. Let me tell you this set of trays are so TIGHT!, on my poor little teeth, it's more pressure than anything. Noticed with this set of trays my teeth and jaw hurt more longer than my past trays. Found myself taking more pain relief pills when I got back from the dentist appointments and before and after bedtime. I also got sick through between 14-15 trays. Let me tell you being sick and having trays in your mouth isn't rainbows and unicorns feeling, the days that were very bad I took my trays out just to give my body a break, didn't have them out for too long.  So my next visit to the dentist will be 16,17,18, I go to the Dentist every 2 weeks, when I go they track my teeth to see if they are moving how they want them or "tracking" too fast or slow. Sometimes they file my teeth down and make spaces for the teeth that are moving. They give me 3 packs of my trays and I go on my merry way it takes about 10 min in the office if I have any concerns or questions I can call at any time. Also, it works in my favor that the school I work in also is my Dentist grand-daughters school and I see them on a daily if I have any questions before going in. So far I've noticed a huge difference in my teeth and I am very happy, we will see what my next appointment is like.


Wednesday, 4 April 2018

The Body Shop - Aloe calming cream cleanser

Ladies 


I will be making a purchase with this product again once it's winter season here in Canada. Seeing that I don't drive I do a lot of riding my bike and walking and with the harsh weather, my skin took a beating this year from the cold and the dryness. This seemed to be the only face cleaner that was soothing for my already sensitive skin. Also with the combo with their vitamin E cream too, kept my skin from freaking out as well, this cleanser doesn't break you out it's that creamy/gentle. Have you tried this product out or anything from the aloe line?



Pro's 

- Calming especially wind burn from our winter
- Soothing and gentle  
- Sensitive skin approved didn't make my redness worse 
- Creamy/silky formula 
- Fragrance-free
- Alcohol-Free 
- No coloring and dyes' 
- 8 products ( Including the cleanser) in this Aloe line 
- Bottle is recyclable 
- Cruelty- Free 


Con's 

- The cap gets a little messy