Whew. This morning I am having an AWFUL allergy attack that I can’t even think straight. So, I’m calling on you, dear readers to answer the question of the week below…I’ll come back later today once I’m feeling better and try to add my own thoughts to it when I’m not so sneezy! xo
Edited to add—I’m back!
Question of the Week: – What are some of your favorite underrated beauty products (i.e., products not often mentioned in the beauty blogging community)?
Answer: I don’t know about you dolls, but I rarely see Kenra hair products mentioned in the community, and I’d like to change that! They have one of the best hair sprays on the market! Also in the hair category, Joico doesn’t get a ton of love and they have some great products, aside from the KPAK treatment. What are some that you’d like to see?
we heart this – enter our Le Métier de Beauté Best Friends Giveaway; $500 in products for you and your BFF!
Beauty Junkies Unite – Amber gives you a sneak peek of the Germany Collection for fall from OPI with swatches!
Clumps of Mascara – There are a gajillion beauty subscription boxes out there. Brittany breaks down the latest Glossybox to see if it’s really worth your pennies.
Gouldylox Reviews – Mark my words. Hot rollers are back. Find out why, here.
Lipglossiping – loses herself in a flurry of London fever with Jo Malone’s limited edition hand-sketched gift boxes!
Nouveau Cheap – channels her inner artist with the new Milani Limited Edition Color Play Felt-Tip Liquid Pens for Eyes, Face or Body.
Prime Beauty – is doing a happy dance now that the much sought after Chanel Fleur de Lotus Collection has made it’s way from Asia to the U.S.! This Nordstrom exclusive has a lot to love, but the star of the show is the lovely Fleur de Lotus Joues Contraste Blush!
Phyrra – shares a beautiful Smoky Pink and Teal Tutorial with Urban Decay and Makeup Geek.
Guest Post of the Week, as chosen by we heart this – we are constantly in awe of The Polish Perfectionist and her beautiful application. Check out this look she did with a shade called Never Nude (plus, how could we resist a Arrested Development reference?)