Noto Cream vs Better Skin Mirakle Cream (Review and Thoughts)

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That’s my face with no makeup. I have some blemishes, uneven skin tone, and pores that I worry about on an almost-nightly basis. I use my skincare routine as a way to target the problems I have and hope that with time, it’ll resolve. For reference, I typically have combo/oily skin, acne prone, large pores, and that’s it.

So, when it comes to creams that claim to fix the skin, I’m skeptical. Because how can one product fix everything? It can’t, but it can try.

In this blog post, I’ll try my best to compare these two creams: Noto Cream and The Mirakle Cream (yes, it’s spelled with a ‘K’).

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Rire Lip Powder Swatches + Review

This lip product has had my head reeling ever since I first put it on my lips. Maybe I haven’t taken enough science classes. Maybe I should start looking into more *gulps* chemistry classes.

If you don’t already know, chemistry and I don’t have good chemistry. Is funny? No? I’ll see myself out.

In any case, these lip products will be very different from most, if not all, of the lip products thou reader has ever tried in thine lifetime.

This product was kindly sent to me by BB Cosmetic for my honest review.

I’ve never tried this type of lip product before, so this entirely new to me. I mean, I’ve heard of it but the concept is very new.

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Ipsy November 2016 Un-Bagging!

Here’s a little life recap:

  • My undergrad is almost over TT^TT
  • Currently, freaking out over what to do when my undergrad is finished
  • I got a job πŸ˜€
  • I subscribed to two beauty bag subscriptions~

    First bag subscription being Ipsy! I originally wanted to sub to the Sephora Play bag but the waitlist is filled up
    (I signed up for a notification and am impatiently waiting), so I went for Ipsy. This is my first month for the bag. I’ve calculated the retail values of the mini sizes by finding out the price per ounce.

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  • How to Make Money with Brush and Powder

    Long time, no post! School has been keeping me quite busy, and with my new job and internship, life has been even busier.

    On a related note, my love for K-beauty has gotten deeper. But with my lack of funds (I haven’t been paid yet! T-3 days until my first paycheck! Woohoo!), it’s been hard getting around to even stocking up on backups of my favorite skincare products. But now, there’s a new option! Crystal from Brush and Powder reached out to me to let you all know, there’s now a way for you to enjoy K-beauty and make profit! You don’t have to be a student, like myself, to struggle (the real struggles, not the #struggle) and scrounge up some cash.

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    Screenshot of Brush and Powder’s home page

    Brush and Powder is an online website that focuses on beauty boxes and wholesale k-beauty distribution, as well as, selling individuals items through their online shop. Crystal (co-founder of Brush and Powder) wants to help those who are looking for a little extra something to help them financially. With a low M.O.Q (minimum order quantity) of $200USD, Brush and Powder is offering the opportunity to start up your own business with their wholesale prices.

    For more information and a list of their wholesale products, email wholesale@brushandpowder.com