Sponsored Post – Makeup and Beauty Blog | Makeup Reviews, Swatches and How-To Makeup http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com A beauty blog blooming with fresh makeup reviews, swatches and beauty tips from your friendly neighborhood beauty addict Mon, 02 May 2016 20:00:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.2 My Mom, My Angel: Finding the Perfect Mother’s Day Card #sponsored http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/just-for-fun/best-mothers-day-cards-hallmark/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/just-for-fun/best-mothers-day-cards-hallmark/#comments Thu, 28 Apr 2016 17:16:58 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=197550 As a participant in the Hallmark at Walgreens Signature Mother’s Day campaign, I received compensation in exchange for writing this review. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own. @walgreens #HallmarkAtWalgreens #CareWithACard #sponsored If you happened to be cruising the Walgreens on Third Street in San Rafael, California a few days ago (among […]


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I get it from my momma!

I get it from my momma!

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If you happened to be cruising the Walgreens on Third Street in San Rafael, California a few days ago (among all the places in the world!) and saw a teary lady standing by the Hallmark Mother’s Day cards…yes, that was me, in all my sniffly glory, LOL!

Oh, didn’t you know? I cry in all public places now, and I’m especially susceptible to it when a holiday like Mother’s Day is involved, because I get all the feels, man!

I was there picking out a Mother’s Day Hallmark card for my mom, and as I stood there looking through the cards and reading them, I started thinking about my baby girl standing there in an aisle someday looking at Mother’s Day cards for me… Next thing you know, the tears are pooling up, and I’m on the next nonstop train to Emo Station.

That’s one thing having a baby has done (other than make me cry at the drop of a hat in public spaces). I have a whole new appreciation for my mom and how strong she’s always been.

She was born in a village in the Philippines and moved to the U.S. with my dad in the ’70s. She was in her mid-20s at the time, and I can’t imagine how hard it must’ve been to move halfway around the world to a place where she didn’t have any family or friends, and where the customs and culture were so different from where she came from.

My mom and Dad in the '70s

My mom and dad in the ’70s

This was when keeping in touch with people was much harder than it is now. You couldn’t just jump online to find the answer to any question, or Skype your family when you felt homesick, or wanted advice on babies, or job searching, or fitting in.

When I think about how it must’ve been to live and work here and raise two kids without help from any family, while also holding down a full-time job, it hits me — really hits me — how hard it must’ve been, and just how strong she is.

But yet, whenever my mom came home from work, even when she was tired after a long day, she was usually in a good mood and happy to see me and my brother, which brings me to another thing that I think of when I picture my mom — kindness.

She’s always there when I need a caring word, or a little bit of sympathy, or some encouragement. She has a sweet and tender nature about her, and she’s always there with a hug if you need it.

Me and mom on my wedding day

Me and mom on my wedding day

And even though I joke with her sometimes about how she loves to pinch pennies (she’s a retired accountant, after all!), I have to give my mom mega props for being so darned practical when it comes to finance-related things, especially when it comes to planning for the future. It’s one of her many superhero talents!

Just one example: my mom wanted me to go to college, and she didn’t want me to worry about having to take out loans or be in debt after I finished, so she planned and saved enough money while I was growing up to put me through school. My education is a gift from her that I don’t ever take for granted.

What can I say? My mom is pretty darned amazing when I think about it. :) She’s like my angel, which is why I picked out this particular Mother’s Day card for her while I was at Walgreens the other day.

It’s from the Hallmark Signature line, Hallmark’s line of handmade cards. I like to think of the them as the cards with the fun extras, because they’ll often have little charms or baubles on them that the recipient can remove and keep. Like a gift that keeps on giving!

The Mother’s Day cards I looked through had a bunch of sweet keepsakes. One card had a necklace, another had a butterfly garland, and another had a knitted coffee cozy with a heart on it (which I kinda sorta wanted for myself, not gonna lie!).

So sweet! This card has a keepsake necklace.

So sweet! This card has a keepsake necklace.

A decorative butterfly garland to hang up!

A decorative butterfly garland to hang up!

Love this coffee cozy with a heart

Love this coffee cozy with a heart

So many of them were cute and touching, so it took me a while to decide on *the one*.

Ultimately, I ended up getting this card with angel wings on it because my mom is like my angel. Plus, she recently told me that, when I was a baby, she used to say that I was playing with angels when I smiled in my sleep.

This card's *the one*

This card’s *the one*

The outside of the card

The outside of the card

The sweet note on the inside (I love the handwritten font!)

The sweet note on the inside (I love the handwritten font!)

It's all about the details...

It’s all about the details…

If you’re still looking for a card for Mom, these have their own section in the Hallmark area at Walgreens. You can’t miss ’em.

And to all the moms out there…you are amazing. Happy Mother’s Day to you!

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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If You’re Over 30, It Might Be Time to Get to Know Living Proof Timeless [SPONSORED] http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/hair/living-proof-timeless/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/hair/living-proof-timeless/#comments Mon, 07 Mar 2016 18:55:37 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=193565 In partnering with Ulta Beauty, I’ve received product samples and/or compensation for my time and effort in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. #sponsored @ultabeauty My thirtieth birthday heralded some pretty big life changes. Like, I met my kitty soulmate (hey, that’s a huge deal, OK?), took the plunge to pursue […]


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My thirtieth birthday heralded some pretty big life changes. Like, I met my kitty soulmate (hey, that’s a huge deal, OK?), took the plunge to pursue my lifelong dream of freelance writing (this was shortly before I started the blog), and I finally got hitched to El Hub (we’d been dating a while).

Big things also started happening in my beauty-related life. For instance, my skin underwent some crazy-@ss changes. After years of oily skin, my epidermis turned combination oily-dry, and then there was that awful period of hormonal acne along my jawline and chin.

Oh, and my hair didn’t make it through unscathed. Two words: the grays.

They’d been around since I was a teenager — a few occasional gray hairs tucked away, usually on the back of my head (everyone in my family goes gray early) — but around the time I turned 30, all hell broke loose. I started seeing gray hairs where I’d never seen them before, like around my bangs and on the top of my head. Suddenly, going to the salon for a touch of color stopped being something I did just for fun when I got restless or felt like a change. It became part of regular maintenance, like going to the dentist.

And that’s not all. I also started noticing changes in the texture of my hair. “What are these random wiry Chinese noodle-like strands coming out of my head?”

Oh, that’s my hurr!

Turns out I wasn’t alone in this. Many women (and dudes) experience changes in their hair around the age of 30. It’s something that the products in Living Proof’s new Timeless collection are designed to address. They’re made to help hair cope with the age-related changes that often happen to your hair in your 30s and up, protecting it from breakage, while keeping hair looking voluminous, shiny, smooth and rich in color.

The new four-piece Living Proof Timeless line is available now exclusively at Ulta Beauty and includes the Timeless Pre-Shampoo Treatment ($26), Timeless Shampoo ($28), Timeless Conditioner ($28) and Timeless Plumping Mousse ($28).

All of them are sulfate-free, silicone-free and color safe, and they also contain UV protectors to extend the life of your hair color and protect your hair against damage from heat styling and the sun.

They’re all designed to work together as part of the system…but, of course, you can cherry pick and just use your faves. I’ve been using the whole kit and caboodle for maximum effect, and it’s been about about two weeks. So far, my long, color-treated hair is feelin’ it.

My favorite member of the Timeless fam has to be the Pre-Shampoo Treatment. I was a little wary of it at first because I’d never used a pre-shampoo treatment before and didn’t know what to expect. Mostly, I thought it would be an unnecessary step, but yeah, now that I’ve used this one, I see the point.

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Living Proof Pre-Shampoo


Have you ever used a pre-shampoo before? Basically, they’re moisturizing treatments, like hair masks, oils and butters, that you apply to your hair while it’s wet or dry before you hop into the bath or shower to shampoo and/or condition. The extra step adds shine, and it’s also supposed to make the Timeless shampoo and conditioner work better.

I apply it to my hair while it’s dry, from the roots to the ends, and let it sit and absorb for five minutes (or longer, if I want). Then I follow that up with the Timeless Shampoo and Conditioner.

I definitely notice my hair feeling softer and smoother when I use the Pre-Shampoo. It’s easier to run my fingers through my hair without running into knots, so I think it’s also reducing breakage.

And my hair color friggin’ loves the Timeless Shampoo and Conditioner.

living proof timeless shampoo conditioner

Living Proof Timeless Shampoo and Conditioner

I recently got my color re-done (ah…fresh, dark chocolatey brown roots!), and ya know how it is when you first get your hair colored? — how after that first shampoo and conditioning at home, most of the color ends up going down the drain after you rinse?

Very little of that happens when I use Timeless Shampoo and Conditioner. I also totally appreciate that the products contain heat protection and UV filters, too, because I got a stern lecture from my stylist not long ago about incorporating products into my routine that do those both of those things.

And then there’s the Timeless Plumping Mousse

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Living Proof Timeless Plumping Mousse

It specializes in hair density, which, I just learned from the Interwebz, is the number of hairs you have within a square inch of your scalp. As we age, the number of hairs per square inch usually declines, so to make up for that loss, the Plumping Mousse volumizes the hairs you currently have.

First time I used it, it was “Helloooooo, lovely lift!” The difference was immediately noticeable. I got more volume in places where I don’t usually have much, like around my roots and the mid-shaft of my hair.

I use the Plumping Mousse on wet hair, right after I get out of the shower and towel dry. I apply it from the roots to the ends, concentrating most of the product on my roots and the mid-shaft, and then I blow dry my hair until it’s about halfway dry, before letting it air dry the rest of the way. Then I use a large-barrel curling iron to curl the ends.

And that’s that.

Yup, my hair and I are digging this collection!

If you’re interested, you can find the Living Proof Timeless line now exclusively at Ulta Beauty.

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen

P.S. I actually prepped this post the week before Connor Claire’s arrival, so right now? Yeah…my hair does not look like this right now, haha. Right now it’s…to put it mildly, not this good.


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A Conversation About Brows (Plus at-Home Brow Maintenance Tips) #Beauty360atCVS [SPONSORED] http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/makeup-tipshow-to/brow-maintenance-tips/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/makeup-tipshow-to/brow-maintenance-tips/#comments Tue, 29 Dec 2015 18:39:08 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=191392 In partnering with Beauty 360 and the CVS Beauty Club, I’ve received product samples and/or compensation for my time and effort in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. #sponsored #Beauty360atCVS Girl, I don’t have much to say about green lip gloss (other than this: if you can pull it off, WERK […]


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Let’s talk about brows…


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Girl, I don’t have much to say about green lip gloss (other than this: if you can pull it off, WERK IT), but I can talk forever and a day about brows.

Because there’s just so much to say about brows! — and not just about brows, but don’t you think that brows also say a lot about us?

They’re very expressive and revealing, like, you can tell when someone is mad, glad, surprised or sad by the angle of their brows.

Aaand they can also tell you if someone follows Instagram.

You know what I’m talking about. :) The famous “Instagram Brow”? Sculpted arches with a razor sharp tail and a subtle ombre effect that transitions from lighter on the side closer to the nose to darker as it goes out?

I see so many gals who can rock that look, but man, oh, man! — I’m not one of ’em. On me, they’re a no-go. I tried them once, and I looked like an evil villain plotting to blackmail someone for a billion dollars…

It’s just not the look for me, but that’s perfectly OK because brows are so individual. They’re like fingerprints.

And just like there are dozens of different brow shapes and styles, there are also many ways to maintain them. You can get them waxed or threaded or shaped by a brow specialist. Or, you can do what I’ve always done, and take care of them at home.

Must-have brow tools from Beauty 360

My main must-have brow tools

Yup, I pluck (and I’ve always plucked) my own brows.

I’m kind of a weirdo control freak, and the thought of putting my brows in someone else’s hands kinda terrifies me. Plus, I saw a woman walk up to a makeup counter looking for help in tears once because she said that she went to a brow specialist, and they removed half of her brows!

The incident traumatized us both.

beauty 360 brow tools

At-home brow maintenance with Beauty 360! From the left, that’s the Brow & Lash Perfector ($4.99), the Ultimate Brow Definer ($4.99), the Dual-Ended Precision Tweezers ($6.99) and the Precision Razors ($4.99)



I also just like doing it myself. It’s one less appointment to keep.

My brow maintenance process is pretty simple. First, I brush them with a brow comb like the Beauty 360 Brow & Lash Perfector at CVS ($5.99). Then I fill them in with a brow pencil or a brow powder, and I start to get an idea of the final shape. Then it’s easier to tell exactly where I need to pluck any stray hairs.

brow lash perfector

The Beauty 360 Brow & Lash Perfector

Tweezers. I start with a pair of slanted tip ones first to remove the big hairs then use a pointy tip one to whisk away the smaller, finer hairs that are harder to grab. The Beauty 360 Ultimate Brow Definer ($4.99) and Dual-Ended Precision Tweezers ($6.99) do the trick, and I always pluck from underneath (never, ever from above) so that I don’t mess with the highest point in the arch.

The budget-friendly Beauty 360 line is exclusive to CVS and includes a wide range of beauty tools for brow maintenance, nail grooming, skin care and hair.

ultimate brow definer

Beauty 360 Ultimate Brow Definer

Lastly, if there are any long hairs that extend beyond the area I’ve filled in, I trim them down with beauty scissors or Precision Razors ($4.99).

precision razor

Beauty 360 Precision Razor

Have your brows changed over the years? Mine totally have. When I started MBB in 2007, I was going through what I call my “Hawaii brows” phase.

Let me explain…

So, El Hub (my husband) was born and raised in Hawaii, and I noticed when we’d go to the islands for visits that a lot of the women in his family were rocking these super skinny, high arched, very ’90s brows at the time, which, yes, I started rocking too.

The evidence: my “Hawaii brows” heyday, circa 2007.

brows 2007

Aloha!

This was a pic I took for an author bio headshot for a freelance article I was writing, and the piece, coincidentally, was a travel article about Hawaii (no, brows were not mentioned, haha!).

Mind you, this was after years of plucking my brows almost into oblivion in the ’90s, so I’m surprised I still had any brows left to work with. I have friends whose brows never grew back after that era, and come to think of it, mine didn’t fully recover either. I still have a bald patch right at the bottom of the arch in my left brow that I affectionately refer to as Raul, aka my nemesis/arch enemy/the bane of my brow existence.

BLAST YOU, RAUL! You MONSTER!

It’s kind of crazy how much brows can change because mine look so different now than they did back then…

These days, I’m into fuller, straighter brows, and the brows I have now took me two years to grow out.

Oh, that was a hoot, let me tell ya. There was a lot of hiding in-between brow hairs with concealer involved.

Now I’m pretty happy with the current state of my brows, buuut I still wouldn’t mind if they were a little fuller, and if by some miracle my right brow’s tail end decided to sprout more hair (it’s shorter than the one on my left), I’d have no problem with that at all. :)

So let’s talk brows! How would you describe your current brow situation? Are you growing them out, or leaving them alone? And how do you maintain them?

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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Treat Yourself and Your Skin to Much-Needed Meow Time With CVS/pharmacy Beauty 360 Facial Masks #Beauty360atCVS [SPONSORED] http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/skin-care/cvs-beauty-360-masks/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/skin-care/cvs-beauty-360-masks/#comments Mon, 28 Dec 2015 21:11:27 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=191465 In partnering with Beauty 360 and the CVS Beauty Club, I’ve received product samples and/or compensation for my time and effort in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. #sponsored #Beauty360atCVS You should really ask me about my facial mask addiction. Or maybe you shouldn’t. Because when I tell you that I […]


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You should really ask me about my facial mask addiction. :) Or maybe you shouldn’t. Because when I tell you that I stockpile masks like cat ladies stockpile all cute-kitty-cleaningteh cute kittehscute-little-kitty, you might think I’m a little crazy.

I just love masks! I think they’re great. Among my favorite skincare products, they’re probably second only to moisturizers, because of the skin benefits, but also because they’re a fun way to take a break from life.

Ya just put on your mask and chill for 15 minutes, and while I’m sitting there “in mask,” I totally forget about my chores and responsibilities. I don’t think about the dishes in the sink or vacuuming the stairs or doing the laundry. I’m totally preoccupied by the fact that I’m wearing a mask.

They’re a good way to tune out and focus on me. Plus, they’re an easy way to treat my skin.

beauty 360 masks all

I have masks from here to eternity, but I’m always looking for more (MOAR MASKS!). Up until recently, I had no idea there were so many different masks in the Beauty 360 line at CVS/pharmacy, and most of them are less than $8 (on sale the sheet masks are usually less than $4).

beauty 360 anti wrinkle anti aging eye mask

They’ve got sheet masks (sometimes called tissue masks), sleep masks, masks in tubes, masks in jars, soothing masks, smoothing masks, deep moisture masks, detoxifying masks, brightening masks, anti-wrinkle firming masks and masks just for your eyes, and they’re loaded with interesting ingredients like coffee and tomato extract, charcoal and green caviar.

beauty 360 detoxifying perfecting face mask

beauty 360 sheet masks

They’re also affordable because, ya know, you’re at CVS, where you don’t expect to pay an arm and a leg, which means that if you’re already there getting emergency chocolate, wrapping paper or greeting cards, you can drop one into your basket without breaking the bank.

For the past couple weeks I’ve been using and liking some of their masks that come in tubes. I like that they’re gentle and don’t contain harsh, aggressive anti-aging compounds, just because I’ve been trying to avoid that kind of thing right now.

beauty-360-hydrating-cool-calming-masks

I also like that because they come in tubes, I can mix things up, like, if my combo skin feels thirsty, I’ll do the Hydrating Cool Calming Clay Mask all over my face except for my cheeks, where I’ll use the Brightening Radiance Mask, because I’ve got some uneven pigmentation and discoloration there.

beauty-360-brightening-mask

Or, if my oily areas are even oilier than usual (the curse of combo skin), I’ll do the Detoxifying Purifying Mask on my forehead, nose and chin (it’s a good mild exfoliator), and then use either the Brightening mask or Hydrating mask everywhere else.

beauty-360-detoxifying-mask

I’ll apply them and just sit and chill for 15 minutes while they work… Perhaps read Glamour or Allure, or watch makeup tutorials or Instagram kitten videos.

Then I’ll rinse them off, and apply moisturizer or a serum.

The nice-sized 4-oz. tube masks are regularly $7.99 each, and I think they’re a good deal for the price (they also go on sale a lot). My skin really likes them. I haven’t broken out once since I started using them, even though I haven’t been sleeping well, and when I rinse the masks off, my skin doesn’t feel tight, itchy or otherwise weird.

Another thing? Because these aren’t expensive, I like not feeling guilty when I want to use a little extra, which I usually do, in particular, with the Hydrating Cool Calming Clay Mask, which is my favorite one (I love aloe), whereas with more expensive masks I have to be very careful about how much I use.

This being winter, my skin has been drier and more sensitive than usual, but the Cool Calming mask helps. I use it before my regular moisturizer, and my skin feels less tight.

Do you ever use face masks? More importantly, have you ever startled somebody while wearing one? Inquiring minds want to know. :)

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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Purple Smoky Holiday Makeup Tutorial With Boots No7 [SPONSORED] #MyBestSkin http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/makeup-tipshow-to/purple-smoky-holiday-makeup-tutorial/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/makeup-tipshow-to/purple-smoky-holiday-makeup-tutorial/#comments Tue, 01 Dec 2015 00:32:45 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=190565 There should be a video in this post, but if you can’t see it, you can click here to watch it on YouTube. We’re basically on the cusp of December, so from here on out it’s all holidays, all the time, and that definitely means more holiday makeup. This purple smoky eye might look more […]


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There should be a video in this post, but if you can’t see it, you can click here to watch it on YouTube.

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We’re basically on the cusp of December, so from here on out it’s all holidays, all the time, and that definitely means more holiday makeup.

This purple smoky eye might look more complicated than it really is, but you can totally handle it. If you can blend even just a wee bit, you can follow along with this tutorial, which shows how to do the eyes, complexion makeup and cheeks. And there are also four different ideas for lip combos.

purple smoky holiday makeup tutorial

purple smoky holiday makeup tutorial

If you like your makeup on the affordable side, you’ll definitely want to press play, since almost all of the makeup I used in this video is from Boots No7. Many of the items are less than $10 each.

Oh, and if you haven’t already, don’t forget to enter the Boots No7 anti-aging serum giveaway.

purple smoky holiday makeup tutorial

Products mentioned in the video

I hope you like this tutorial, and if you end up trying the look, please tag me on Instagram (my handle is @karenmbb), or send me a pic, because I’d loooooove to see you work it! :)

As always, thank you for watching.

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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