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Play! By Sephora│June 2017

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Sephora's June Play! box is kicking off Summer with must-have products to help freshen up your beauty routine for the season. If you are keeping cool by the pool or sweating in a busy city, don't fret, these hair, skin and beauty essentials have got you covered.

Review│Juvias's Place The Nubian Eyeshadow Palette

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Hey lovelies! Today, I want to share with you guys one of my favorite summertime eyeshadow palettes-The Nubian from Juvia's Place. I have had this palette for a pretty long time now, and I can't believe that I am just getting around to featuring it on the blog.

Review│Kylie Cosmetics Bronze + Burgundy Kyshadow Palettes

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Kylie Cosmetics is undoubtedly one of the hottest makeup lines at the moment. There is constantly something new and exciting being released, and I am always looking forward to what Kylie brings out next. The Kyshadow palettes are probably one of my favorite products in the lineup and today, I have both the bronze and burgundy kyshadow palettes to share with you guys. 

I have to admit, I was a little skeptical about these eye shadow palettes when they first launched. I can be a little choosy when it comes to eye shadow palettes; I wasn't sure if the quality was there to warrant the $42 price tag. But to my surprise, I wasn't disappointed. Not one bit.

Kyshadow palettes from L-R: Burgundy, and Bronze

Review│Creative Soul Cosmetics Pressed Glitters

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I first came across Creative Soul Cosmetics on Instagram, and I was immediately drawn to their pressed glitters (they also carry gorgeous silk and synthetic lashes that I am definitely going to try next time). I have been in a sort of makeup rut lately, and I really want to start experimenting and getting creative with my makeup looks-more so, the eyes. I love playing up my eyes with eye shadow, and what better way to amp up an eye look than with glitter? 

I don't like the idea of fussing around with loose glitter-hello, mess factor. But pressed glitter I can get behind.