One of my every day “must use” makeup products is my eye primer. If I’m going to apply eye shadow, then I spend an extra minute to apply a primer first! It makes my shadow blend more smoothly, covers up the visible blood vessels on my lid (this goes a long way to making my eye makeup look better) and makes my shadow last all day instead of about 6-8 hours. If you’re going to…

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For the last few years I’ve had a product obsession that I haven’t really discussed much here on the blog, which is a bit surprising. I’ve been trying foundation primers left and right! I just can’t help myself! We all have changes in our skin’s needs throughout the year, and I’ve been changing up my primer to help deal with the changes as well. A more hydrating primer during the super cold winter? Sounds great!…

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For the Beauty Spotlight Team we’ve been sharing the 5-10 products that we repurchase over and over. I couldn’t narrow down my favorites to so few, so I’m sharing all of my favorites in a much overdue Every Day Favorites update! Today I’m sharing my favorite eye products. I have a huge collection of eye makeup. I think I have 2 drawers of shadows and another of mascara, liners and brow products. But there are…

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When the weather starts to turn a little warm, I swear the oil production in my t-zone ramps up like crazy! I suddenly become very shiny, and it’s hard to find solutions to mattify. There are a few primers out there that help, but I admit that I’m not a big fan of the feeling of heavy primers on my skin. I’ve tried milk of magnesia as a mattifying face primer, but the pH is…

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Product Sent for Review Affiliate Links I have combination skin. My t-zone is shiny (though this issue is much worse in the summer), and the rest of my skin is normal, bordering on dry. This combo is particularly difficult this time of year, when keeping my cheeks adequately hydrated gives me a nice, shiny nose and forehead. I’ve tried just about every silicone based foundation primer out there, and I’ve found that…well, they’re tricky. You…

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