I haven’t been here in too long. So busy hovering over Habibi and trying not to die with my latest madness with Tracy Anderson. One of the Corepower teachers also works there and convinced me to go to class… and the next thing you know I’m going twice a week.
I’ve been messing with the Troy Surrat Surreal Foundation for about a week, and I am so frustrated. This foundation is good… no, excellent. It really is. It imitates skin without any weight, and goes from sheer to medium (not full. NOT full) effortlessly. A blemish-free canvas is key for
Prettypackages, this is for you: I LOVE THIS PALETTE. The warmth of these colors is such a nice contrast to the cool palette (which is my least favorite from Viseart), and even better than the neutral one (my former go-to). The colors work perfectly with my warm skin tone, and
…YES I know I’m raggedy. Listen, between y’all emailing me and hitting me up on Specktra and sending me Facebook messages… I’m here. Habibi has been taking me to TASK! Let me tell you, it’s an interesting thing when your company is like HAHAHAHAHAPHUCKYONEEDTOSLEEP and decides to grab hold and
I’ve been drowning in foundation lately (a favorites post is coming), and recently acquired Guerlain’s Parure de Lumiere. The formula is supposed to be super light (it’s not) with sheer luminous coverage (no). It’s not completely weightless, but you can feel it going on, and adherence is an issue before
I had the most amazing night. I was a guest at Tantris Yoga. The GM invited me for a restorative class, and I was able to experience this week-old Yoga Center without the pomp and circumstance and distraction of opening night. I was able to experience the space as my