Finally time to review one of the most popular K-beauty serums – the Elizavecca Witch Piggy Hell Pore Control Hyaluronic Acid 97% and see what every ingredient is for in this product. This is one of the first hyaluronic acid products that I’ve tried and my impressions are mixed after 2 months of using it regularly. Let’s get to all the nitty-gritty details!Continue reading “Elizavecca Witch Piggy Hell Pore Control Hyaluronic Acid 97% Review And Ingredients”
Hello and welcome to the new series on my blog – #TipTuesday! Every Tuesday I’ll be publishing a very short yet informative post about skin care, hair care, lifestyle, and beauty! Make sure you follow my blog so that you don’t miss out!Read more
So the other day I’ve been going through Zara clothing rack and the quality of many items I’ve looked at seemed very subpar, especially for that price tag.
I don’t have a problem with affordable brands for low quality – they don’t charge that much for their items. It’s the brands that offer poor quality at high prices that really frustrate me as a consmer. That’s not to say that Zara and other brands in this market offer only poor quality items or that I’ve gotten only negative things to say about these companies – it’s their business strategy and their decision, same as it is my consumer decision to buy them or not. I’m writing this post because I’m convinced that consumers deserve the best quality for their money. Here’s a list of 7 common things that brands save money on and basically make customers pay more than the item needs to cost. Let’s start!Continue reading “7 Sneaky Ways Clothing Brands Cut Costs and Why You Need To Know Them”
I’ve stumbled upon a post by Floating in Dreams answering this tag and decided to do it too because the questions are just so darn interesting! It was really fascinating to think of the brands that represent my current makeup aesthetics, brand loyalty, consumerism in beauty, and ‘choice fatique’. You’re welcome to do this tag too!Continue reading “Beauty Brand Tag // My Makeup Aesthetics, Brand Loyalty, Consumerism, Choice Fatique”
I sometimes go through my makeup boxes and drawers to declutter what I no longer use and when it comes to this palette, I know for sure I wouldn’t dare to throw it away. I don’t do full eyeshadow looks that often (my go-to is just bronzer in the crease), but when I do, I always reach for this palette. It’s got basically all matte eyeshadow colors I need, from very light peachy color to black. I’ve decided to dedicate a post to this beautiful little guy – one of the most valued makeup items I have.Continue reading “Golden Oldie: e.l.f. Mad For Matte Palette Review”