Saturday, 3 August 2013
Tuesday, 9 July 2013
Hello Lovely Ladies!!!
Today I would be reviewing the ‘Revlon Colorstay One-stroke Defining Eyeliner in Blackest Black’. This post isn't only going to be about reviewing a product, I will also share my own journey with this product.
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This is one of those Revlon products that I have used year after year for a considerable period of time.
I first started using it way back in, I guess 2007 or 2008. This had launched somewhere during that time when I used to be in college and buying an eye pencil for around 400 INR or so with my pocket money was a big thing!!!
I was always in search of that perfect jet black eye pencil / kajal that would not smudge and having come acccross this I immediately bought it. I had a penchant for thickly kohl lined eyes with the blackest of black kajal. I started wearing kajal when I was in high school and by the time I finally found this baby, I guess I had already tried almost every other drugstore kajal but all failed miserably to give that smudge proof jet black effect!!!
The very first time I used it, I realised what I had finally found!!! This was it. The perfect jet black kajal that too with just one light stroke.It became by HG.
I continued using it till 2011.
Well you all will get to know why I stopped using it inspite of being in love with it!!!
Monday, 8 July 2013
A couple of months back I was browsing sites like Ebay and Slassy for some Rimmel London products that I could lay my hands on. Again wanted some light shades and something that didn't make me feel all made up. (This is one of the fears I always have when I apply Make-up. I'm always very scared of looking like a Christmas Tree)
While browsing through Ebay I found two lipsticks by Rimmel London that looked good to be used everyday without looking over the top.
One was Rimmel London Volume 020 Sassy and the other was Rimmel London Lasting Finish 034 Drop of Sherry.
Today I am going to review 020 Sassy.
Saturday, 6 July 2013
I've been following quite a few nail trends ever since my interest in make-up and fashion grew. I have always noticed how a humble nail paint can change a person's overall look and add colour to an outfit or just the personality as a whole.
I'v always been an admirer but never really a nail paint addict or anything close to that. I would always look at the lightest shade available and buy those. But this time I decided to make an expection. But why? Because I promised that through this blog you will definitely find me experimenting a lot. :)
So what do I have in here to experiment with today?
"Pink Profit" from the Lakme 9 to 5 Long Wear range
Friday, 5 July 2013
I am back as I had promised last time with the swatches of the Eye Shadow, Glosses, Blushes and the Eye Pencils.
Hope you guys read my first post on this blog titled- Faces Bloom Collection- A MUA's Review # Part 1 and like my review. In case you missed it, check out this link-
I wanted to write one big review for this collection but then I thought that it would be too lengthy and therefore divide this into 2 parts.
In my last post I had spoken about the Packaging, the Quality of the brushes and that of the Make-up products. But today I am going to show you how the products actually fare.
Tuesday, 2 July 2013
Hello Lovely Ladies,
I am Nivedita, a Make-Up Artist, Hair Stylist & Cosmetologist by profession based in Kolkata. Many of my friends often keep asking me about different products, their use, effects, quality, price, reviews and opinion time and again. While answering many such queries it has often struck me that I should start a blog where I can pen down all my honest reviews. It is here, through this blog that I would like to start this new journey of mine.
What I am reviewing today is the Faces Bloom Collection.
Let’s get started.