I am right at the boarder of being obsessed with these! Look at that shine! Since these are pretty much at the lowest end of makeup products, when talking about price point, you might be thinking REALLY ERIKA?! I thought you were a professional makeup artist! Well, think what you want but trust me, don't knock em til you've tried them! You can grab these for right around a buck! YES $1! These are great for girls who are scared of lip colors..... because we all know I spent many years outside of the friend zone when it came to lip colors. Today I am someone who tries EVERYTHING! And one of my favorite ways to wear these, aside from alone, is to mix it in with a lip stain to give these a little more lasting power while making the lip stain a little softer, less matte. It works wonders! Still on the fence about lip stains? try these mixed with your favorite lipstick... trust me you won't regret it!
Each swatch is matched next to it's lipgloss tube and name!
Are you ready for the actual easiest tutorial on altering your clothes, that exists on the internet. I am not even kidding. All you need are high waisted jeans, a scissor and a desire to turn them into low rise jeans. I hope you guys enjoy this video! NO SEW! Thank you for your love and support! xoxo xoxo Erika www.ForlinisBeautyBar.com https://www.amazon.com/shop/erikawithak
Life after LimeLight for those of you interested xo Did you know LimeLight by Alcone changed their name to LimeLife by Alcone.. still selling the same product... seems like they are trying to hide videos like this from search results. ekk! xoxo Erika www.ForlinisBeautyBar.com https://www.amazon.com/shop/erikawithak
Gloss, Glaze, Toner what's the difference? For the purpose of this post I will give you the professional answer and the actual answer. Professional world: A gloss penetrates the hair's cuticle so it will last two to four weeks. A gloss typically just adds shine to the hair but can also add color depending on the gloss used. A glaze, on the other hand, simply coats the shaft with shine or color (not permanent), it will only last a week or two. Think of a glaze as a top coat of polish for your hair. A toner, "tones" hair to bring it to the desired color. A toner should last until your next salon visit. A great example of a toner is to cancel out brassy tones in highlights. In the actual world: These three words are used interchangeably; depending on the color line the colorist chooses and the use the colorist needs it for. Any one of these words can be used to add shine, temporarily coat the hair with color or cancel out unwanted undertones. Additio