Friday, October 14, 2016

Glossier Pink


Hello! Last fall, I decided on a whim to try out one of Glossier's much buzzed about products, their Boy Brow. I'm not usually too adventurous when it comes to makeup and trying out new products isn't something I do too frequently. But after hearing 75% of the fashion/beauty industry absolutely rave about Boy Brow, I decided to jump on the trend and test it out for myself. I liked the natural appeal and lack of effort that Boy Brow presented. I've used both Boy Brow in blonde and in brown and can't determine which one is my fave.  WOW was I happy to have discovered this brow product. This is totally embarrassing and I can't even believe I'm admitting it to the entire internet right now but before Boy Brow, I used to take old Ulta eyeshadow (I say "old" as in circa 2012 origin old) and use it with a q-tip to do my eyebrows. It was horrible. Honestly, I'm cringing even writing this right now.

And then Boy Brow came along and while it would be rather dramatic to say that it changed my life, it pretty much did. Yeah, I know I'm a drama queen. Like I mentioned before, the ease of use and natural appeal of this brow product are simply perfect. Glossier had me hooked. Next, I decided to try out their Moisturizing Moon Mask and their Mega Greens Galaxy Pack because as Glossier says, "Skin first. Makeup second. Smile always." Again, I fell in love with the products. Repeat that for their perfecting skin tint in light and haloscope in quartz. Needless to say, I can't get enough of Glossier and look forward to trying out the rest of their products. If you want to try out Glossier for yourself, follow THIS link to get 20% off your purchase- talk about a sweet deal!

I'm wearing Boy Brow in brown, haloscope in quartz and perfecting skin tint in light above. And how wonderful is it that I found a wall in Richmond that perfectly mimics "Glossier pink?" 

Sweater: Vintage
Floral dress: Urban Outfitters
Pink purse: Vintage
"Tori" necklace: c/o Personal Necklace
Paisley scarf: Vintage
Lipstick: Wet 'N Wild
Earrings: c/o Kristin'sCandiShop