Many products come and go but few makeup items are as tried and true as MAC blushes, especially for darker complexions. They come in over 40 shades and are $23 each! Check out swatches of our top picks below.
So you've heard of drugstore hauls, PR Box hauls, Sephora hauls, anti-hauls...the list goes on and on, but is there such a thing as a "wish haul?" While not technically an actual haul, we wanted to put together a list of things we were *thinking* about hauling but weren't quite ready to pull the trigger on yet. Please please please let us know if you've tried any of these goodies!!
You get creative with it. You beat that face with it. You spend hours on it. Sometimes you wear it, other times you don’t. You spend hella money on it. You wear it how you want to. You love it. It’s yours.
I use to believe people with darker skin couldn't "bronze" because I never saw products that could actually act the way I imagined a bronzer should. In reality, there just aren't that many products marketed as bronzers that actually function on darker complexions.
No matter what your beauty routine may be, the magic of powder can be realized in various ways. For the oily and combo skinned beauty lovers, powder is helpful in the prep and priming stages, before applying foundation (i.e. the Jackie Aina method.)
To be frank, buying foundation online can be a b*tch. It's especially frustrating when beauty retailers like Sephora and Ulta only carry the lighter shades of certain foundation formulas, leaving those of us with darker complexions to play the guessing game. Side effects of this phenomenon might include: 1. Wasted Time 2. Wasted $$ 3.Hella Frustration.