Great tips for eating healthy.
Easy healthy meals, always a plus!
I’m really digging Wet N Wild these days. I usually shy away from this brand due to the very low price. I.e. (crappy quality). So not true! I was looking for an eye shadow primer, and did a little research on YouTube. I tried Wet n Wild- Fergie’s Take on the day eyeshadow primer. While I don’t have a problem with my shadow staying on all day, I do like making a color more intense. I had gotten a Mica Beauty eye primer in a recent Ipsy package. I loved how it worked, but had a reaction to it. The ‘Take on the Day” works great. You only need a small amount and I was able to intensify my eye shadow significantly. It was a bargain at Walgreens for only $3.79.
I bought the Megaslicks Balm Stain in Caffeine Fix for a whopping $1.99 during the same trip to Walgreens. It’s a neutral color that is very moisturizing and easy to apply. I love any kind of lip color that I don’t have to use a mirror to apply. A definite thumbs up!
Last but not least is the Wet N Wild Megalast salon nail color in On a Trip. A pretty purple/cornflower blue color for $1.99 at Walgreens. I haven’t really found the Wet n Wild line at most of my usual make up haunts. My favorite store Ulta doesn’t carry it. This polish is awesome! There are 18 colors to choose from, but Walgreens only carried 8. I have every color under the sun, but I saw a review by a fellow beauty blogger and thought I would give it a try. This polish has a wide professional style brush, is Toluene & phthalate free. It wears so well. I’ve had it on for four days now, and it still looks great. It is still as shiny as when I first applied it. Walgreens has a sale going on right now, but one get one for 50% off. I’ll be going there to get more for sure. Sorry about my man hands. It’s such a pretty color, maybe my hands don’t look so ginormous after all.
Could this be any more true!
Oh my gosh! I love this. When I stepped down from a stressful management position a few years ago, my boss said “no one ever said they wished they had worked more”. Very true.