Monday, July 23, 2012

One-Word Beauty Reviews

Hi, hope you're well!
Here's another installation of my one-word beauty reviews:

1. Gud from Burt's Bees: Good.
This thick, heavily scented body butter has been keeping my limbs moisturized this summer.

2. Revlon Grow Luscious liner in onyx: OK.

A basic black liner. Nothing special. Didn't help my eyelashes grow, as the package implies.

3. Lavanilla's The Healthy Deodorant: Refreshing.
Hands down, one of thee absolute best deodorants I've used in my life. It was worth every $10 I paid for it from Sephora. Plus, the lavender scent is an added bonus.

4. Naokeidoe Natural handmade soap in Angelic: Heavenly.
My body's been loving suddsing up to this handmade bar of soap. It smells so soft and has been cleansing my body so nicely.

5. Rimmel Extra Wow Lash: Wow!
I paid about $3 for this baby and it does its job. Been extending my lashes, as it claims to do.

FTC Disclosure: I paid for the products with my own funds.


  1. I love reading reviews of products. I think I would really like that handmade Angelic soap. Is the deodorant a spray, balm or roll on? Just curious, what makes this deodorant thee best you've ever used? I like scented lotions, but don't like them too thick - don't know if I'd try this. I don't usually wear eye makeup, if I do it's just black eyeliner. Do you wear eyeshadow? If so, what's the secret to applying it - I've tried, I suck. LOL

  2. Hey Crystal! I've lost count of how many of these Naokeidoe soaps I've bought. I like them because they work and are handmade by a woman in Richmond. She keeps my fave scents stocked and e-mails me when she makes deliveries. Talk about good customer service. The deodorant is a balm. It's the best I've ever used because it soaked up all moisture when I had it on. It's been in the 90s here and that's incredible to me! lol. I wear eyeshadow but not as much in the summertime because of the heat. I've been doing colorful eyeliner looks lately. I think the secret to applying eyeshadow is applying a primer beforehand. That really makes the difference. Blending is the other secret. When I first got into make-up, I would just slap the shadow on my lids and would be walking around here looking like a clown. It wasn't until I looked at other blogs and saw that the girls were blending that I got it. LOL!