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Unforgettable, That’s What You Are, L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Unforgettable Lilac

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L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Unforgettable Lilac

The L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Unforgettable Lilac, $9.99

Mondays are for making plans, dreaming big and playing with purple eyeshadow. :)

This beauty is the Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Unforgettable Lilac by L’Oreal, and it’s only $9.99. Available now at drugstores, Ulta stores and also online.

Man, I just love that name… Unforgettable Lilac.

L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Unforgettable Lilac

L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Unforgettable Lilac

L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Unforgettable Lilac

L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Unforgettable Lilac swatches

L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Incredible Grey

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L’Oreal Paris Riche Eyeshadow in Incredible Grey (2)

So…sometimes I want to wear a smokey eye look, but I want it to just magically appear on my face, like POOF! All done. Instant smokey eye.

Basically, I want the smokey payoff part without all of the work, the blending.

That’s where palettes like the Colour Riche Ombre Quad in Incredible Grey ($9.99) by L’Oreal Paris are great. I’ll line my lash lines with a dark gray or gunmetal liner, smudge out the edges, and blend a deep gray shadow directly on top of the liner. Then I’ll line my water lines with a black kohl for a subtle gradient from black to gray.

I’ll keep it kind of messy on purpose…kind of rock ‘n’ roll.

By the way, these Colour Riche Ombre Quads are fab. The shadows are super pigmented, and the formula couldn’t be a whole lot easier to blend. Plus, they’re only $9.99 each.

Next time you swing by a drugstore, take a look. Incredible Grey and the other Colour Riche Ombre Quads are available now at drugstores, Ulta and online.

L’Oreal Paris Riche Eyeshadow in Incredible Grey (3)

L’Oreal Paris Riche Eyeshadow in Incredible Grey (4)

L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Eyeshadow in Incredible Grey

P.S. Whew! What a long week. Anyone else in the mood for Chinese food? I’m really craving walnut shrimp…

Last Hurrah of the Gerberas

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I planted these gerbera daisies last spring, and they grew strong and bright and looked lovely through summer. Now, sadly, they’re saying farewell.

Aww! Glittery tears… Like on Westeros, winter is coming. :(

I’m not ready for the cold weather. Are you?!

Herbal Essences Tea-Lightfully Clean Shampoo and Conditioner Are Two Tea-Riffic Hair Helpers

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Herbal Essences Tea-Lightfully Clean Shampoo and Conditioner

Herbal Essences Tea-Lightfully Clean Shampoo and Conditioner ($3 each)

When I lather up with new Tea-Lightfully Clean Shampoo and Conditioner by Herbal Essences (just $3 each), I feel a bit perkier and better about my day. With these two tea-riffic hair helpers, you really do get a lot of perky for your buck.

Both have a refreshingly crisp green apple and mint scent, and when coupled with the light tingly sensation (it’s really mild, nothing like a sting at all), I definitely feel spunkier. Apparently, a stimulated scalp equals an invigorated Karen. Who knew?

Tea tree oil in both of the products also adds a little moisture and lots of bounce to my ‘do.

Yes, girlfriend, you know how I feel about big hair. :)

They’re available now at drugstores and online for $3.

Well worth a sniff.

Herbal Essences Tea-Lightfully Clean Shampoo and Conditioner

Herbal Essences Tea-Lightfully Clean Shampoo and Conditioner

Murad Transforming Powder Dual-Action Cleanser and Exfoliator

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Murad Transforming Powder Dual-Action Cleanser and Exfoliator

Murad Transforming Powder Dual-Action Cleanser and Exfoliator

There’s something so dang satisfying about exfoliating, especially in the morning. I’m all, “Hey, pores! Take that!”

Sometimes I play as if all of the dead skin cells are being Swiffered away…

I wonder if I am alone in this. :)

Lately I’ve been using this new exfoliating product with salicylic acid (which my skin lurves) by Murad called Transforming Powder Dual-Action Cleanser & Exfoliator ($30 for a 0.5-oz. bottle). It’s made for acne-prone skin like mine.

You dispense a small amount of the powder (yup, powder) into your palm, add water, work that into a lather, and then massage it all over your face and neck.

The bottle has a special stopper at the top to regulate how much comes out, so no worries about accidentally pouring out half of the bottle at one time (something I would otherwise almost certainly have done).

According to Murad, water activates bio-enzymes in the powder that digest oil, dirt and dead skin cells, while dissolving beads then smooth and soften the skin.

Wait — did she just say that it digests oil, dirt and dead skin cells?

Yes, she did.

Eww…

But it works!

The exfoliation is slightly more aggressive than the AmorePacific Treatment Enzyme Peel I usually use, but I wouldn’t call it scratchy or irritating, by any means. It’s still pretty gentle.

A couple of rand-o pimples popped up near my hairline last week, and Dual-Action Cleanser & Exfoliator seems to be helping.

It’s available now for $30 online, and at Sephora and Ulta.

Murad Transforming Powder Dual-Action Cleanser and Exfoliator

Murad Transforming Powder Dual-Action Cleanser and Exfoliator

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