Hey y'all! Is this thing on? I'm back after some traveling and sickness and I'm so excited to be here!
I hope you had a good weekend--maybe yours was a long weekend?
I had the day off and it was much-needed.
I'm finally feeling better and ready to talk about my passion: all things beauty.
But not just anything beauty...I'm talking 10 of the newest releases that are on my radar that I think you'll want to try too.
This skin-perfector in a bottle goes on sheer and takes your skin's appearance to another level. Just lovely. $38, Sephora
More color correcting products! I love First Aid Beauty's skincare so I'm excited to delve into their new line of makeup. Forget multiple steps of color correcting (green for redness anyone?), attack it all easily with this swirly cushion compact. Plus, it has superfruit extracts (that sounds fancy!) y'all. $36
Cutex BB Nail Concealer
I have the worst nails. I always have. I do go polish-free and sometimes I have plans to treat them. This gives me no excuse. It has polymer which helps with peeling and silk powder for smoothing the nail's surface. Plus, it's slightly tinted. And you can find it at the drugstore, like I will be this weekend. $6.99, drugstores
Charlotte Tilbury Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask
Olay Duo: Dual-Sided Body Cleanser
This one has me really intrigued! It's like a solid cleanser sponge, with one side that's smooth and one that's exfoliating. Just add water and the sponge shrinks after after a month of use. $9.99, drugstores
This grabbed my attention (and my money) the second I read about it. Created by celeb hairstylist Jen Atkin, this is completely changing the game when it comes dry shampoo. It's a foam that you massage into your roots and it disappears. Sounds crazy, right? Here's my review of Ouai Dry Shampoo Foam here. $28, Sephora
Jergens Natural Glow Wet Skin Moisturizer
I haven't tried this one yet, but it apparently is applied while you're post-shower. Don't rinse it off but you can dry yourelf off. I can't wait to get this and see. I love Jergen's products already, so I'm excited.
Mine broke, so I'm kind of throwing a side eye to that, but the product itself is amazing. It's like a filter in a tube that blurs away pores and fine lines. It's oil and silicone-free, too, so no breakouts! $36
Living Proof Restore Perfecting Spray
This detangles, serves as a heat protectant and ADDS VOLUME. Silky hair, here I come. This sounds perfect for cooler temps when my hair is frizzy and blah.
L’Oréal Paris Extraordinary Clay
I don't have oily roots, so I won't be able to test this out (maybe the summer) so I thought those who have oily hair would like to try this. Massage in your scalp and leave on for 5 minutes before rinsing out. Have you tried this? $6.99, drugstores
Which of these would you try?