The bad news is Sunday funday is coming to an end, the good news is my eyeshadow held up pretty good this weekend.
As I mentioned in my last post, I picked up E.L.F.’s Eyelid Primer for a buck and tax at Target.
This is what you want to look out for if you find yourself interested in purchasing this product.
A closer look at the doe foot applicator.
Get to know Tiff: I like to read all the information on a product’s packaging before I purchase it.
I have previously used Urban Decay’s Primer Potion, Too Faced Shadow Insurance, and most recently Mary Kay’s Signature Eye Primer.
Urban Decay & Too Faced are both very reliable brands for eyeshadow primer. As for the eyeshadow primer from Mary Kay… Let’s just say that immediately following application, my eyeshadow was pretty. When I saw myself in the mirror a few hours later, my eyeshadow was NOT pretty… or at least what was left of it (not much). Both the NYX Natural Palette and the Urban Decay Naked Palette refused to adhere to the Mary Kay eye primer.
While the E.L.F Eyelid Primer does not quite match the staying power of higher-end brands, I was very impressed to see that my eyeshadow was almost perfectly intact with very minimal creasing. This creamy eyelid primer creates a smooth canvas for eyeshadow. Not only are colors easier to blend, they stay on longer, too. It just may be the ideal eyelid primer for those that find their current eyelid primer too drying. For the price and performance, I can definitely recommend this product.
Happy third Thursday, everyone! Third Thursday? What? What’s so special about third Thursdays!?!
Oh! Where do I begin!
My very sweet and wonderful boyfriend and I celebrate our relationship with all-day festivities every third Thursday. He liked me enough to make me his girlfriend on a third Thursday and still likes me enough to never let me forget it!
Third Thursdays are also the days that the farmer’s market extends their hours. Hooray for organic fruits and veggies!
Anywho, on to the review!
I picked up these caramels for about a buck-fifty from Target today along with an E.L.F. Eyelid Primer [to be reviewed].
As you can see, I was very excited to try them. I had my boyfriend rip through the packaging before I could even think about taking a perfect pretty picture.
[which is funny because the fancy orange packaging was incredibly difficult to open so I had more than a few minutes to think about it.]
The caramels are elegantly dressed in sheer white wax paper. Eight of these beauties came in my bag but I believe the count varies.
No high fructose corn syrup. No trans fats. No artificial ingredients or colors. Made in the good ol’ U.S.A. with 7 ingredients that a child could easily read.
Personal thoughts and feelings about the product:
These caramels have a very desirable texture. Chewing them is almost effortless. It takes some time to get through a piece, but it is a very pleasant time, indeed. They are the most creamy and delicious caramel I have ever tasted, and best of all, these babies are au naturel!
I will never go back to eating those “caramel” squares of high fructose corn syrup. Never again will accidentally ingest that cheap clear plastic.