Wow. September was one heck of a month. That’s right- a whopping TWO blog posts were published. How amazing of a blogger am I? Before you nod your head, I just want to say that September really was a crazy month, and for personal reasons, blogging was not my priority. But I’m back now, although unfortunately because of school, I won’t have hordes of posts coming at you, but I’ve definitely upped my game.
September was also a month of probably the most beauty products I’ve really loved. In fact the ones I’m highlighting in this post are ones I use in my everyday routine- and since everyday is mostly school, they’re great for a natural look.
1.Clinique’s Chubby Stick Baby Tint
This is not a lipstick. I repeat. This is NOT a lipstick. Thank you.
I love this tinted lip balm because it’s the perfect color. It gets redder with every appliance, which eventually fades into a light pink which is my favorite lip color. It’s sheer, with no heaviness whatsoever. Since it’s also a lip balm, it really moisturizes the lips. And it’s called a chubby stick. How cute is that?
I got this as a free birthday gift from Sephora in July, but I never used it until a few weeks ago. The color is a bit bold for everyday wear, but it’s great as an alternative to lipstick. The consistency is light and quite shimmery, and the color is simply gorgeous. It’s a great transition shade for fall.
Wishtrend sent me a BB cream to review for you guys. The KLAIRS BB cream is known for it’s natural coverage, and I would definitely have to agree. This BB cream has made it into my everyday makeup routine. It’s lighter than foundation, and since it’s by a Korean brand, the shade is very suited for asian skin tones. It also contains SPF 40 and is a moisturizer, which makes it worth every cent.
Wishtrend also sent me a concealer to try out alongside the BB cream, and I fell in love the moment I unscrewed it to see that it was a mascara-like applicator. I find them way easier to apply than power or squirt-out concealers, especially when covering under eye circles- all you need is to swipe. It’s slightly lighter than the BB cream, making it a great highlighter as well. It’s great with covering up rednesses, blemishes, and acne scars. It doesn’t do so well with pimples though.