Coming from a girl who’s called Sephora her home since the sixth grade, I’ve tried almost everything imaginable. So, to help you out, I’ve listed some of Sephora’s most famous products and my take on their worthiness of being in your makeup collection and eating your money.
Having to listen to people recommend a new product.
If you’re craving a skincare or hair pick-me-up, but refuse to leave your abode, fear not: simply survey this list and try these beauty treatments instead.
For an industry that fixates on perfection – in clothes, body type, skin, makeup and hair – conspicuous departures from traditional beauty tend to make us pause. And as of late, these conspicuous, defiant looks are taking shape as clowns.
You’re not just another pretty one, no, but that headshot speaks volumes in the language of the tweeterie.
1. Someone else has your face.
I want to be buried with all of my beauty loves.
Perhaps the most offensive beauty product I own, Liquid Panthenol (in liquid, not foam, form), is used mainly for cancer patients who lose their hair.
1. Sometimes people think you’re doing the duck face in your picture when that’s just your mouth in its natural state.
Let me be (not even remotely) the first to say: Feria, burn in hell for convincing so many unsuspecting people that ombre hair is a thing can be successfully accomplished at home.