Shea Moisture: African Black Soap | My love affair with African Black Soap started years ago before I even knew its benefits (which I’ll go into at another time). My best friend is African, and I would often see black soap in her shower whenever I spent the night. Of course, I would use it just because I was so taken back by seeing black soap. In any event, I started purchasing it when I lived in Florida, and although it worked pretty good,I was turned off by what a mess it made. Shea Moisture has managed to keep the integrity of the soap without the mess. I haven’t had one breakout since I began using this soap and my face is the softest its ever been. I couldn’t be happier!
Maybelline: Volume Express “The Falsies” | I’m one of those unfortunate souls born with barely any eyelashes. Even more unfortunate, I have a husband with lashes so long that they’re constantly bothering his eyes (yes I’m jealous). During a drugstore run, I decided to try a different mascara than the one that I usually purchase. My eye landed on the bright purple packaging of “The Falsies” and I just had to try. I must admit, this is the first mascara I’ve ever used that has made my lashes appear longer and thicker with not a clump in sight. Unbelievable!
Neutrogena: Makeup Remover Cleansing Towellette’s: Am I the only one guilty of going to bed in a full face of makeup? I can’t be. These towellette’s have come to my rescue during those lazy late nights and stressful days after work, when all I want to do is fall into bed and pass out. I’m typically able to wipe off a full face of makeup with only one sheet – but I suppose that depends on how pigmented your makeup is (so your experience my vary).
Are there any beauty products
that you must use on a daily basis?