Today I’m sharing this brow gel by eyeko with you. And I already apologize in advance for the god awful pictures haha.
I haven’t used a brow gel in a very long time, mainly cause they don’t really work on me or have too much tint to them or not enough. This one has a rather small spooly to even get the smallest of hair. The tint is also has a bit of shimmer to it to mimic the natural hair!
Without and with. As you can see, it definitely gives a bit more color and my brows look more defined!
(I told you, god awful pics … lmao) Here I filled them in with powder and then ran the gel through them.
I actually really enjoy this gel. The tint is not too much but still noticeable. I can now see why people are obsessed with brow gels ^^
The iconic series UNSOLVED MYSTERIES is back! Fusing signature elements from the original series with contemporary immersive, character-driven storytelling, the 12 new episodes are rooted in the experiences of ordinary people who have lived the unthinkable – from the trauma of a loved one’s unexplained disappearance or horrific death, to the shock of a bizarre paranormal encounter. Alongside detectives and journalists, family members offer clues, present theories, and identify suspects, hoping one viewer holds the key to solving the mystery.
Ooooh I love this. Never watched the OG series but I’m all in for true crime and mysteries! Absolutely chilling and fascinating. Truly hope that all of the cases will be solved soon!
Though it is not based on any Conan Doyle story, this film is regarded by Baker Street aficionados as the best of Universal’s Sherlock Holmes series. Holmes and Watson journey to Canada to investigate a series of mysterious murders. All the victims have been found with their throats ripped out.
I absolutely LOVE Sherlock Holmes. This is another fantastic movie! Very suspenseful and interesting. Basil Rathbone is one of my fave Sherlocks.
Today I’m reviewing something that’s basically very hard to review: a sunscreen.
Obviously, a sunscreen’s purpose is to protect your skin from heat and burning. Now, I am pale white and easily turn into Mr. Krabs. So SPF 50 is just what I need.
I used it the other day and actually really liked it. It didn’t leave any weird film or white residue and sank in rather quickly – unlike other sunscreens where you’re scared to sit down and leave a mark! There’s no perfume in so it smells rather bland. Some would say a little bad. But to me it doesn’t matter as long as it protects my skin!
Do you have a favorite sunscreen / lotion? Are you ready for summer?
Handsome but unscrupulous John Bromfield comes into the life of beautiful and wealthy Martha Vickers. Knowing that she has only a year to live, Bromfield marries her, then settles back to wait for his inheritence. But then she begins showing signs of recovery, forcing the caddish Bromfield to radically alter his plans.
This is actually a nice movie. Easy to follow along and really helps you pass the time. It was a low budget film but they did the best out of it. Really enjoyed it! (Also, justice was served, I guess.)
Today I’m sharing a pore primer with you and be aware … we’re getting up close ^^ Literally.
I got this primer as a free sample from Sephora. My pore have always been very prominent so I’m happy for every product that helps reducing them. (they will never fully go away, but primer help making them look smaller / smoother!).
These are the before pics. As you can see, the pores on my nose are bad. No matter how many times I clean them and how many pore strips I use … they’ll always go back to this.
Aaaaaand here are the after pics! As you can see this primer really helped minimizing my pores! It looked and felt so goddamn smooth! I can highly recommend this one.
Have you tried this primer? Or another one? Please let me know. Especially if they’re cruelty free!
Chronicles some of the most famous leaders of the Roman Civilization.
It’s a mix between a normal TV show and a documentary and at times you can really tell that it was just cut and edited together. However, I love the Roman Empire. And I love the fact that it shows the lesser talked about Commodus.