What do you get when you pair wild oats and bourbon together?
If you answered, “Well, Bren, you obvs get a wild night with a super hot, totally scruffed out babe like Crush of the Month alum Jon Hennessey or super hottie Adam Levine,” then you’re not entirely wrong. But I actually have this amazing candle by Nest Fragrances in mind…
A letter of caution to all my future boyfriends (I’m looking at you, Adam Levine), or to any dude who wants to date a beauty blogger, makeup artist, or product junkie. This is your cheat sheet. Learn it. Know it. Live it.
Those aren’t my hands, but that is my actual lip print.
I have a confession to make: the main goal of my entire adult life has been to manifest my inner JEM. This obviously involves tons of cosmic dance parties, wearing bright shades of pink, and adding sparkle to everything. There’s no such thing as too much sparkle in my life.
Clearly, Urban Decay understands where I’m coming from. To help me get my synergy on, the brand is releasing a new line of glitter-infused eyeshadows collectively known as MOONDUST. There are seven gloriously sparkling shades, all perfect for wearing while dancing around in your panties to Bowie in your bedroom at midnight.
I am all about SPARKLING HARD, all the time. If it sparkles, I want it, and I want it harder than anyone else. My quest for all things sparkly and glittery is a little ridiculous, I’ll admit, but the new PixieDust polish from Zoya is NO JOKE y’all. Girls (and some dudes probably) be going HAM for this, and it’s easy to see why.
L to R: Dahlia, Chyna, Godiva, Vespa, Nyx, London
Mi Vida Loca Belleza, roughly translated into ” My Crazy Beauty Life” or “Crazy Life of Beauty,” is a column that addresses beauty concerns specific (but not isolated) to Latina Beauty.
When I checked my daily reads this morning, one post immediately stood out to me. After receiving an inquiry from an “ignorant male,” beauty site Into the Gloss posted an interesting article on Long Hair vs. Short Hair. If you want my response to make any sense to you, read it here first.
All done? Okay, now let’s talk. There’s something about this post that irks me. Not ITG’s take, per se, but the responses. To say that a “pixie cut” doesn’t look good on anyone is a lie – we all know that honor is reserved for the mullet, right? Perhaps it’s that every time I read the post and comments, I relive my teenage-hood all over again and hear every Tom, Dick, and Harry, and Tiffany, Jessica, and Allison, bitching about the length I chose (and choose) to keep my hair: short.
This is what my hair looks like RIGHT NOW
Watchu know about Mario Badescu? Nothing?! THEN I WILL SCHOOL YOU. Mario Badescu was born in Romania, then came to New York in the 1960s. Upon arriving, he thought to himself, “What is up with people’s skin here? It is WRECKED. I don’t need to look at this! Ugh, let me make some products to fix this ish.” I’m paraphrasing here, but you get the idea. Thus, he established his product line and 46 years later, women everywhere thank him for it. This is the line that you need to visit if your skin is FREAKING OUT, especially if the cause is hormonal. Here’s 5 must-have products from a line that gives so much good face.
I love lipstick. I love it in an obnoxious, hoarding, addicted kind of way. I could never wear enough of it, and I’ve been known to go through an entire tube of my favorite color in a month. The thing about lipstick is that I just want to put it on my lips then smear it all over the cheeks of fat babies, imprint it on coffee cups, and leave my print mark on every cute boy’s face.
Oh man, I love lipstick so much. Even more than glitter.
I probably haven’t worn most of these.
Prepare to freak out: Urban Decay just released SEVEN new eyeshadows, three of which are BRAND NEW. The other 4 were previously only available in palettes, some of which were limited edition.