Beauty, lips, Makeup

Sunday Vlog: Top 7 Red Lip Products

Today’s Sunday Vlog is all about my top 7 red lip products which are sure to jazz up any holiday party:

Products mentioned in this video:

Clinique Chubby Stick Baby Tint – 02 Coming Up Rosy ($18.50)

Pacifica Enlightened Gloss – Poppy ($10)

Sephora Oil Infusion – Cherry Cocktail ($15)

MAC – Ruby Woo ($18.50)

Bobbi Brown Luxe Lip Color – Retro Red ($37)

Physician’s Formula The Healthy Lip – Fight Free Red-icals ($7.95)

Wander Beauty Wanderout Dual Lipsticks – Wanderberry ($30) [Comes with a bonus mauve!]

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Beauty, hair

Pacifica Berry Dreamy Sleep Over Hydration Mask 

I HATE when I fall in love with a product only to find that it’s already been discontinued! But that’s exactly what just happened with the Pacifica Berry Dreamy Sleep Over Hydration Mask. It looks like I can stock up on the remaining ones sold at a steeper price on Amazon, but I think I’ll just start looking for a dupe.

I love this product because it smells fantastic, keeps my dry ends looking more fabulous than usual, and is super natural. It’s my go-to post-shower hair product. When I use this one, I can just sleep with wet hair and wake up with smooth, frizz-free, gently-styled tresses.

Do you have a favorite leave-in conditioner that might work on hair with oily-ish roots but very dry ends? If so, I’m getting desperate, so please let me know in the comment section!

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Beauty, Makeup

Pacifica Dream Big Mascara 

It’s difficult to find all-natural makeup that actually performs well. That’s one of the reasons why I love Pacifica. I find that their products are consistently excellent while also being vegan and cruelty-free. Recently, I tried the Pacifica Dream Big Mascara, and I was impressed yet again. This product is sold at Target and similar retailers for about $10.

This is a really innovative mascara. It has a “magic wand.” You can twist the top of the container to change the size of the brush bristles so that you can focus on either volume or length. It’s also marketed as a 7-in-1 product and claims the following features: instant length, lift & separate, volumizing, conditioning, rich color, lash serum, 2-in-1 brush.

Now, is this a truly magical product? Not really, but I do really like it. I feel like it’s very nourishing to my lashes, and they do seem to have more volume. However, it’s not going to give you a false lash look. But as far as all-natural mascaras go, I believe this is the best one on the market right now, and $10 is pretty affordable too.

Overall, this is a nice product. It coats the lashes evenly and darkens them without really weighing them down. It’s sure to enhance your look.

Have you tried this one or do you have a favorite vegan mascara? Be sure to let me know in the comment section!

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Skincare

Pacifica Kale Detox Cleanser 

I rarely have strong feelings about the cleansers that I use. They all seem to mostly do the same things: remove makeup and clean the skin. Some do very little, and some are so heavy that they take too much out of the skin. Finally, I’ve found a great one that’s also inexpensive and gentle on skin: the Pacifica Kale Detox Cleanser. This product is available at Target and online for jut $10.

I’ve been using this cleanser for a few months now, and I really love it. It’s so gentle but leaves my skin feeling really clean. It cleans without stripping too much of the essential, natural oils that the skin makes. I’ve also noticed my acne has been improving, and while I can’t prove it’s caused by this product, at least I know this product won’t make acne worse. I use this as both a morning and evening cleanser. It does a great job at removing makeup.

There are so many great ingredients in this product. It contains clay, kale, coconut water, and aloe vera, which explains how it is great for sensitive skin but still manages to clean so well. For eco-conscious readers, you’ll also be pleased to hear that this container is recyclable, and the product itself is not tested on animals and is completely vegan.

I think I’ve finally found a favorite cleanser! I’ll be sure to repurchase this one when it runs out!

Have you tried this product or do you have a favorite cleanser? Be sure to let me know in the comment section!

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