These are all items that are either blue or have blue packaging. Clever, no?
DISCLAIMER: I am not compensated or asked by any of these companies to endorse their products. I just like ’em and want to tell you about it.
:: Lancome’s BI-FACIL – Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover. (Buy here.)
I was never one for eye makeup remover because my facewash seemed to do the job just fine. But, I’m using a new pigment-fading (allegedly) bar that you’re not supposed to use on your eyelids so I’ve increased my participation in the eye makeup remover world for the past two months… and I love this stuff.
It truly removes all traces of stubborn mascara, shadow and liner and it smells lovely. It isn’t too oily and isn’t drying, either. Nor does it burn my eyeballs if I accidentally get it in my eye. (Which is a bonus.) I really like it. Check it out.
:: Moroccanoil Friz Control Spray
AH! You guys. First off, the Morroccanoil moisture repair shampoo and conditioner have changed my hair’s life. (I know because my hair told me so.) I wrote about it here. TRY IT.
When I do utilize my hair dryer I spritz 3-4 squirts of this stuff on towel-dried hair and after it’s dry my hair is GORGEOUS and silky and lovely and lacks frizz. (Note: over-use of the spray isn’t good.) Holy wow, though. This stuff beats so many products I’ve tried. And, at the 3-4 squirt-per-use rate, I’ve determined that I will more than likely have this same bottle until Lila graduates from high school. So, it’s worth the $33. Buy it here.
:: O.P.I. No room for the blues polish
I don’t do nail polish on my fingers.
I would imagine that the last time I’ve worn something other than clear polish on my fingernails it was 1988 and I was also rocking L.A. Gears and a bowl cut.
Nail polish on my fingers just isn’t me. (I do toenail polish.)
Then, on Sunday when Lila was giving me a “makeover” and then I her, I decided, what the heck – I’ll do my nails. And, I’ll do them a color that I’ve never been drawn to: BLUE.
BAM! Love this.
(Here’s my hand, 4-days into my polish application. And yes, I moonlight as a hand model.)
The polish is available here on amazon. FUN.
:: Gillette Fusion Razor
Friends, countrywomen, I have been WASTING my life shaving with a Gillete venus ladies’ razor. I’ve been missing the mark. I should have been using a Gillette Fusion Razor for MEN this whole time. (I have the one above but the battery is dead which is fine since I don’t think I need a vibrating razor. Because that just seems like a little much.)
Holy wow though, this razor is always sharp! It seems that the venus razors would become dull far too quickly and I don’t have that problem with the Fusion.
Do you use a women’s shaver or a men’s? What’s your preference?
Buy a gillette fusion here.
This concludes my favorite blue products post.