Look. I adore Kat Von D. I had the biggest crush on her on L.A. Ink because she was so cool and laidback and funny. Her liquid lipsticks are some of my favourites in my collection (um, hello Lolita). Nothing beats her Tattoo Liner. The original Lock It Tattoo Concealer is my favourite for covering blemishes. However, her foundation and powder shades for dark skin tend to be hopelessly out of touch with what actual dark skin looks like, and her contour kit is way too light to contour anyone darker than an NC40 or so.
So when I heard that Kat was reformulating her complexion line, adding shades, and bringing out a new Concealer Crème, I was excited and hopeful! Concealer is one of my staple makeup products, so you can bet I was down to try hers.
This review is inspired by my friend Vanesa’s Worth The Hype? reviews over on The Beauty Anecdote. And what better place for me to start my version of the series than with the Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops?
They’ve been ubiquitous on social media, and I absolutely adore highlighters, so I had to get my hands on them.
The shade Candlelight – a true, pale gold – seemed like a safe choice, especially considering the fact that I am generally pretty skeptical of liquid highlighters.
Air plants are equal parts cute and weird. I love them because, like succulents and cacti, they are pretty tough to kill and I’m not very good at keeping normal plants alive.
It may not officially be summer yet, but don’t tell that to my face.
I’m already battling the oil. My skin is technically combination because, no matter what I do, around my nose and mouth is Sahara-level dry. In the summer, though, the rest of my face, which is usually moderately oily, goes into overdrive and reaches well-greased-baking-pan levels. Because of this, I have a well-curated arsenal of oil control products. Today, I’m showing you the new kids on the block.
Ever since the dawn of time, I have loved Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade.
JK, but it’s been a long time, okay? And that makes it even harder to say this: I’ve found similar products that I like better.
Last summer, at Sephora, I must have longingly swatched the Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipstick in 1993 about a thousand times. It was always sold out. (That summer, almost everything Urban Decay was always sold out, but that’s a different story.)
When they announced that the Matte Revolution lipsticks were going to be discontinued, I was heartbroken. Then Urban Decay announced that 1993 would be making a comeback in their new Vice Lipstick range…and I began counting down the days until the release.
Let me tell you – it’s worth the wait.