Sally Girl Brow Powder Review

Your eyebrows are the frame to your face.  They can either make you look beautiful or like a complete hairy beast or what some people like to call a chonga.

I found something! OMG!  How could I have missed this?  If you're starting a little brow kit then look no further.  Sally Girl is the little compact that could.  Ok to start off, I'm a huge fan of Sally Girl(sells for 0.99 at Sally Beauty Supply).  Little nail polishes, bronzers, shadows, blushes, etc...  For the price these are amazing especially for travel and going out (In case you don't want to hit the town with your more expensive makeup). I started building my brow kit since, I hate to admit it, but I was kind of ignoring my own brows.  I usually just used simple eyeshadow on people's eyebrows but never really cared about mine. 

One day while at Sally Beauty with my grandmother, she picked up some eyebrow pencils, the Beautique Brow Pencil and I of course had to get one to try it out. I fell in love with how it made my eyebrows look so naturally i went on a buying rampage.  They were having a great sell on Ardell, which by the way, AMAZING!!!!  Very comparable to Anatasia..yes i said it....not 100%  but for the price alone, i would say 100% hehe

I stocked up on a brow brush, shaping gel, stencils(btw E.L.F has them for $1) and a few powders.  Until I noticed the Sally Girl Brow Powders


For a buck I figured, hey why not?  I must say WOW.  The colors are great!  The price is GREAT and you can get all 3 without breaking bank.  When combined with the gel, your eyebrows will STAYS PUT alllllllll day.  So if you're looking for a cheap way to freshen up that beautiful face of yours then go for this.  You won't regret it and neither will your wallet ;-)

Maybe I'll work on a little tutorial on getting that perfect brow.  Hopefully the new semester will give me some time


Cleaning Our Makeup Brushes

One of my favorite Bloggers, You Go to Gal, asked me how I clean my brushes.  So I decided to write a little how-to about it.

Ok…no ifs ands or butts….WE NEED TO CLEAN OUR BRUSHES!

Not cleaning them only leads to your brushes getting matted and shed and it also causes old makeup residue, dead skin cells, and dirty oil to build up on the bristles and it becomes a breeding ground for bacteria which causes acne breakouts, clogged pores, and impurities on your face.

Once a week I wash my personal brushes since I don’t wear makeup no more than twice a week. I wash them immediately after using them on clients.

There are many many many options out there to wash our brushes, such as Brush Shampoo, Baby Shampoo, and my personal favorite, Kid’s 2 in 1 Unscented Shampoo.

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