You wake up in the morning and smell the coffee. You get fresh and plan your outfit. Then comes the most exciting part – MAKEUP! You go through the day checking yourself out in the mirror every chance you get to ensure nothing is out of place. Eventually the pressure of work takes over. You get home and you see yourself in the mirror and stop short of screaming out of fear. On such days I wish my makeup would magically disappear at the end of the day. So after trying a whole bunch of affordable but disappointing makeup removers I gave up and went to MAC. I was shopping for my bridal trousseau and thought I finally deserve some MAC products. My review is on MAC Gently Off Eye and Lip Makeup Remover along with a short demo.
To those who compliments my brows almost every time they see me, THANK YOU….but ya ‘all should know by now how my real brows look without all the hoobaloo.
Now, isn’t this a perfect “Yay” and “Nay” photo?
Yes, thank you brow products…thank you!
When I received my Celeteque DermoCosmetics+ goodies from BDJ Elite Box, I got extremely ecstatic because for one, Celeteque has been known to make good quality skincare products and I can’t wait to see how their cosmetics line perform.
Last month I went to India, which requires 30 hours of travel time from Texas. The part of the country where I was staying is not too far from the coast, and relatively humid. You can imagine my surprise, then, when on third day there, in the middle of the office, my nose started bleeding heavily. It didn’t hurt, but was pretty scary. Plus, I didn’t know what to do–should I stay at my desk, where at least I wasn’t drawing attention to myself, but could possibly run out of tissue if the nosebleed lasted a long time? Or should I move to the ladies’ room where there is more privacy and plenty of tissue, but possibly cause a spectacle on the way? I ended up staying at my desk as long as possible, but eventually moved to the restroom when no one was looking.
I’ll admit I’m not a neutral runner. As I wrote about in the last post, I’ve over pronated during every stride of every run over the past 20 years. So for this post I polled many runners and called dozens of running stores to get their opinion: what are the best running shoes for neutral runners (meaning, for the uniformed, those who land with their arch rolling ever so slightly inward with every stride). From the data we collected, we present the best men’s running shoes for neutral runners.