Share: Tell us what you love and hate about Rollerball Perfumes!
my answer: I think they’re amazing for traveling, unless they’re poorly packaged and leak everywhere! They can get expensive (relative to full bottles), though. If you like a lot of scents and can’t commit, they’re a nice way to play around with different scents without buying full bottles, but again, the price per ounce is a lot higher!
Share: Tell us what you love and hate about spring beauty collections!
my answer: Sometimes they can run together when brands stick too closely to typical spring themes (e.g. pastels) – I like when brands mix elements of what you think of when you think of spring with something unusual. I love the textures of spring, though.
Share: Tell us what you love and hate about Glitter Eyeliner!
my answer: It’s hard to find a glitter eyeliner that doesn’t somehow get into the eye, and depending on the size of the glitter, it can be really irritating and cause so much watering that the look is ruined! But I love the sparkling effect of glitter eyeliner.
Share: Tell us what you love and hate about Lip Balm!
my answer: I wish they were more that had higher SPF ratings! I love lip balms that last at least a few hours on lips, because so many just disappear SO quickly that you feel like you’re always re-applying.
Share: Tell us what you love and hate about Eye Cream!
my answer: I’m not sold on the idea of eye cream as a whole; I’m just not convinced they’re necessary if you’re using an effective moisturizer/serum on your face already, though I’m sure they have benefits and work well for some (and less well for others). It’s not something I have in my routine at present based on what I’ve read up until now. My eye area is somewhat sensitive, and nearly every eye cream I’ve tried has burned the eye area–and I’m applying on the orbital bone/eye contour (not directly onto the lid!), which is why the whole face moisturizer/serum makes the most sense for me.
Share: Tell us what you love and hate about Drugstore Skincare!
my answer: This is true of high-end, but they can be really obnoxious in scent! Sometimes with sunscreens, the texture doesn’t seem as refined, so it doesn’t apply as smoothly or dry down as quickly. I like the price point, which is a given, but this is really important, because you can use as much as you need–you don’t feel bad using it or feel like you should be conserving it!