Makeup Monday: Rimmel London Lasting Finish Foundation

As you may or may not know, I 1. do not wear tons of makeup & 2. buy makeup that is reasonable priced. Today's Makeup Monday post is all about a drugstore foundation. This Rimmel London foundation is perfect for more fair skin tones, and it keeps your skin looking natural. 

I picked up this foundation in the shade 010 Light Porcelain. It's a perfect match to my skin which is astonishing because I can never find a foundation that is light enough for me. It is also under $10 and can be found at your local drugstore, Walmart or Target. It glides onto your skin and doesn't feel heavy either. It keeps your skin looking like skin. It also doesn't melt off which is great for an event or a hot day. I could keep rambling on about how awesome this foundation is, but I won't. All I'll say is if you're looking for a new full coverage foundation that doesn't feel like full coverage on your skin, then this is for you! Give it a try and let me know if you like it or have another foundation preference in the comments below!

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Makeup Monday: A Bronzer for All the Fair-Skinned Ladies

Good afternoon everyone! I am introducing a new series called Makeup Monday, where I'll be posting about my favourite makeup products, looks, or anything else beauty related. Today's post is for all those fair-skinned ladies out there (like myself) who want a bit of a glow in the summer time. I am super pale, and I'm proud to say it. I don't really tan, I just burn. And when I burn, I become a lobster. With that being said, I stay out of the sun as much as I can, but I still want my face to have some life in it.

This bronzer is perfect for my skin tone as it provides a glow without being 1. orange or 2. excessively dark or 3. super duper shimmery. These three things give the whole bronzer thing away which is why this bronzer is just plain perfect. The Body Shop does some really nice cosmetics that are ethically produced (always a good thing). And it won't break the bank. You can shop for it here. The bronzer of my choice is in the shade 01 Light Matte. If you're a fair-skinned lady like myself, give this bronzer a try. If you have any good bronzer choices, leave them down in the comments below! 

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Nivea Sensitive 3-in-1 Micellar Cleansing Water

Is it possible to have a cleanser that is gentle but effective? Yes, the answer is yes. Nivea has created the most wonderful cleanser in a body that makes cleansing your skin easy and very affordable.

This is the first micellar water I've tried, partly because the rest of the lot are quite pricey. I picked up this amazingness for around $10.00, and it was such a great buy! This stuff will last you a long time as you only need a little to take a whole face of makeup off. It's moisturizing on the  skin, and even tones! It transformed my outlook on micellar waters in general, and I'm completely converted to this 3-in-1 method. If you're looking for a product to take off makeup and the day's grime, definitely give this a purchase. You will not be disappointed! 

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Removing the Unremovable

Today's post is about removing EYE MAKEUP. I'm not sure if anyone else has battles with eye makeup, but I certainly do. Maybe it's because I don't wear makeup that often so when I do I feel that removing it is such a chore. But not anymore! You can use Vaseline to remove eye makeup, because as I have said before, it does perform miracles. But for those of you who like the traditional formula to get it done, this is for you...

Last year I received a small (like a sample) bottle of Lancome's Bi-Facil Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover. I thought it was great since it did work. The only problem was that it left my eyes with still mascara underneath, and took a lot of work to get it off (eyelashes were being tugged out). The other thing was that it was supposed to be oil-free, and well, it left my eyes feeling pretty oily.

This week, I found Neutrogena's Oil-Free Eye Make-up Remover. It works like a charm, really though! It's not oily at all, there's no fight in getting off mascara, and my eyelashes are left in tact. Also, it only cost $8.27. Is that a bargain or what?!

These are only my opinions, but when you're on a budget, cheaper is better. But when you're on a budget and you still have standards, use the Neutrogena eye makeup remover. Sometimes the high end brand isn't always better. Image