Mini-review: Sweetpea & Fay Kazoo eye shadow.

Sweetpea & Fay Kazoo Mini-Review


Sweetpea & Fay Cosmetics is a relatively new company to me, and I have not gotten around to making a purchase from their store yet. I did, however, receive a single shadow from a friend, Sweetpea & Fay Kazoo. I love the color, and the formula is quite good, so I thought I’d do a mini-review.

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How To Unsubscribe From (or Cancel A Subscription to) Lip Factory, LLC’s Monthly Lip Factory Box.

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I know some people have had trouble with this, as Lip Factory does not yet have on-site profiles or an ‘unsubscribe’/’cancel subscription’ button anywhere. There are two ways to go about unsubscribing from Lip Factory’s monthly subscription box. I suggest the former, but either one will work, and in some cases the second one is the better route. I’ll outline why below.

Method One: Cancelling Through Lip Factory Directly.

1. Email or submit a note at the bottom of their subscription page.

2. Either way, make the topic ‘Unsubscribe,’ ‘Please cancel my … Read more!

Please Read This: Potential Hazards in Smash Mineral Comsetics’ eye liners.

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A fellow blogger over at Under The Influence Of Beauty had a gross, gross experience. Please click below to read it. It does have pictures of mold growing in a makeup jar, so be warned.

Swatch and Review: Lime Crime’s “China Doll” palette.

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It’s fairly difficult to spend much time in the indie community without hearing about Lime Crime. There have been accusations and scandals aplenty, and it seems as if no one simply feels ‘meh’ about them, it’s either love or hate. I’m not here to discuss any of that, though. My curiosity about the products’ actual quality got the best of me a few months ago, and I ordered … Read more!

Saucebox Cosmetics: Forbidden Fruits Palette: Pictures, Swatches, and Review

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Saucebox Cosmetics has recently been gaining a lot of attention, and I’m glad. It’s well-deserved, and I figured the least I could do was add to the information out there with a review of my own. Founded in 2010, Saucebox is run by a mother-and-daughter team, both self-confessed makeup addicts who believe makeup is all about attitude and self-expression. The “saucebox” part of the company’s name … Read more!