Review: It Cosmetics Bye Bye Breakout

Hello Beauties,

I think its fair to say we all break out from time to time and that’s when our trusty friend concealer comes in to help disguise any ugly blemishes. What if I told you, that there’s a concealer that not only covers breakouts but also helps heal them? Now, that I’ve got your attention let me introduce you to the new It Cosmetics Bye Bye Breakout*.

About It Cosmetics Bye Bye Breakout:

  • It Cosmetics describes Bye Bye Breakout as, “specially created to be your revolutionary drying lotion and concealer in one”.
  • Bye Bye Breakout Concealer is infused with anti-aging peptides and hydrolyzed collagen, plus high-performance ingredients including oil-absorbing zinc oxide, kaolin clay, witch hazel, colloidal oatmeal, tea tree, sulfur, and a gentle skin-transforming AHA/BHA complex.
  • $28USD
  • Available in 7 shades, and the shades correspond with the IT cosmetics CC Cream range.
  • Not available yet in Sephora Australia, but should be in stores soon.

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Dupe Alert: Nudestix Rock N Roller Eyeliner vs Revlon Colorstay Exactify Liquid Liner

Hello beauties,

Are you like me and struggle to apply liquid liner? Or find it smudges on your lids? Well enter the new innovation in liquid liner, Nudestix Rock N Roller Eyeliner* and Revlon Colorstay Exactify Liquid Liner*. Nudestix was first and then of course the drugstore followed soon after. So are they different, and which one is better?

So they’re both have the same or very similar technology. They both come in a small pot and the applicator is a tiny wheel tip making it easy to apply and achieve a fine point.

Revlon and Nudestix

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Review: Luma Natural Radiance Bronzing Primer

Hi beauties,

Its fair to say most of us are all about that glow. But as an oily gal, I’m after glowy products that won’t make me oily. Does that even exist? The only primer I’ve found so far that adds glow but doesn’t make me oily is the Becca Back Light Priming Filter*. But could the Luma Natural Radiance Bronzing Primer* be a dupe?

What Luma says about the Bronzing Primer, “this multi-tasking Primer adds warmth to the skin with a sheer, sun kissed glow. Born from the original, best-selling Liquid Illuminating Primer, this latest Bronzing Primer infuses the pearlescent, skin-loving benefits of the original Liquid Light for the ultimate beauty trifecta – sun kissed, radiant skin, with a naturally dewy appearance.”

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