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GUYS I REBLOGGED THIS LAST NIGHT AND I JUST GOT $150 

I am not even kidding but I am reblogging this twice in a row because I just got $275.

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Touche Éclat drugstore dupes. 
I returned a bunch of fiddly little things to Sephora that I just couldn’t manage to fall in love with and I came up with enough money to buy the Touche Èclat. It’s packaging is lovely, the consistency is beautiful — it’s just a fantastic product.
Prior to springing for the Touche Èclat, I tried drugstore versions with varying success. The pictures above are the drugstore versions with the Touche Èclat is at the end, the swatches are the same. All of the non-YSL items were purchased at Target for $6-$12 USD apiece.
L’Oreal Studio Secrets Magic Lumi Highlighter in Fair
Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer in Radiant
Boots No7 Radiant Glow Concealer in Light
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat in Luminous Radiance
There seems to be a large level of confusion as to whether or not it’s a highlighter or a concealer, and the YSL literature seems to keep referring to it as a “complexion highlighter” which… does not help, YSL. That lack of clarity is shown in the drugstore versions. Two of them call themselves concealers, and all of them also call themselves highlighters. Really, guys, you’re supposed to use the product to highlight! But, er, mostly in the areas where you also need to conceal.
L’Oreal’s pen is a lovely highlighting pen. The consistency is thin and a little goes a long way. It might be very slightly better suited to warmer skin tones, but I love it and I’m white as a ghost with pink undertones.
The Maybelline pen is definitely a concealer. A nice peachy concealer with a bit of a highlighting quality, it should cover blue circles under eyes pretty nicely. It’s thick, too. The shade is darker than I would want in a concealer OR a highlighter, though, and it was the lightest shade.
The Boots No7 pen is my favorite drugstore pen. It’s most expensive of the pens, but it’s the only drugstore pen to have a click bottom. I felt the click bottom pens allowed me more control and dispensed product better than the twist bottom Maybelline and L’Oreal pens. The color was fantastic — a nice highlighter with pinky undertones; the consistency was thin but creamy. 
How do they all stack up to the Touche Éclat? Well, the Touche Éclat feels rich. The color, consistency, packaging — everything seemed well made from beginning to end. It’s a fantastic product, but it sure as hell better be for $40, right? The drugstore pens, honestly, will do just fine. Splurge on a Touche Éclat if you want to treat yourself (or you have store credit/a gift card) as it feels luxurious, but any of the other drugstore pens will do the job nearly as well (perhaps better depending on what you are looking for in a highlighting concealer pen).
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citizenannie:

Touche Éclat drugstore dupes. 
I returned a bunch of fiddly little things to Sephora that I just couldn’t manage to fall in love with and I came up with enough money to buy the Touche Èclat. It’s packaging is lovely, the consistency is beautiful — it’s just a fantastic product.
Prior to springing for the Touche Èclat, I tried drugstore versions with varying success. The pictures above are the drugstore versions with the Touche Èclat is at the end, the swatches are the same. All of the non-YSL items were purchased at Target for $6-$12 USD apiece.
L’Oreal Studio Secrets Magic Lumi Highlighter in Fair
Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer in Radiant
Boots No7 Radiant Glow Concealer in Light
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat in Luminous Radiance
There seems to be a large level of confusion as to whether or not it’s a highlighter or a concealer, and the YSL literature seems to keep referring to it as a “complexion highlighter” which… does not help, YSL. That lack of clarity is shown in the drugstore versions. Two of them call themselves concealers, and all of them also call themselves highlighters. Really, guys, you’re supposed to use the product to highlight! But, er, mostly in the areas where you also need to conceal.
L’Oreal’s pen is a lovely highlighting pen. The consistency is thin and a little goes a long way. It might be very slightly better suited to warmer skin tones, but I love it and I’m white as a ghost with pink undertones.
The Maybelline pen is definitely a concealer. A nice peachy concealer with a bit of a highlighting quality, it should cover blue circles under eyes pretty nicely. It’s thick, too. The shade is darker than I would want in a concealer OR a highlighter, though, and it was the lightest shade.
The Boots No7 pen is my favorite drugstore pen. It’s most expensive of the pens, but it’s the only drugstore pen to have a click bottom. I felt the click bottom pens allowed me more control and dispensed product better than the twist bottom Maybelline and L’Oreal pens. The color was fantastic — a nice highlighter with pinky undertones; the consistency was thin but creamy. 
How do they all stack up to the Touche Éclat? Well, the Touche Éclat feels rich. The color, consistency, packaging — everything seemed well made from beginning to end. It’s a fantastic product, but it sure as hell better be for $40, right? The drugstore pens, honestly, will do just fine. Splurge on a Touche Éclat if you want to treat yourself (or you have store credit/a gift card) as it feels luxurious, but any of the other drugstore pens will do the job nearly as well (perhaps better depending on what you are looking for in a highlighting concealer pen).
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citizenannie:

Touche Éclat drugstore dupes.

I returned a bunch of fiddly little things to Sephora that I just couldn’t manage to fall in love with and I came up with enough money to buy the Touche Èclat. It’s packaging is lovely, the consistency is beautiful — it’s just a fantastic product.

Prior to springing for the Touche Èclat, I tried drugstore versions with varying success. The pictures above are the drugstore versions with the Touche Èclat is at the end, the swatches are the same. All of the non-YSL items were purchased at Target for $6-$12 USD apiece.

  1. L’Oreal Studio Secrets Magic Lumi Highlighter in Fair
  2. Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer in Radiant
  3. Boots No7 Radiant Glow Concealer in Light
  4. Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat in Luminous Radiance

There seems to be a large level of confusion as to whether or not it’s a highlighter or a concealer, and the YSL literature seems to keep referring to it as a “complexion highlighter” which… does not help, YSL. That lack of clarity is shown in the drugstore versions. Two of them call themselves concealers, and all of them also call themselves highlighters. Really, guys, you’re supposed to use the product to highlight! But, er, mostly in the areas where you also need to conceal.

  1. L’Oreal’s pen is a lovely highlighting pen. The consistency is thin and a little goes a long way. It might be very slightly better suited to warmer skin tones, but I love it and I’m white as a ghost with pink undertones.
  2. The Maybelline pen is definitely a concealer. A nice peachy concealer with a bit of a highlighting quality, it should cover blue circles under eyes pretty nicely. It’s thick, too. The shade is darker than I would want in a concealer OR a highlighter, though, and it was the lightest shade.
  3. The Boots No7 pen is my favorite drugstore pen. It’s most expensive of the pens, but it’s the only drugstore pen to have a click bottom. I felt the click bottom pens allowed me more control and dispensed product better than the twist bottom Maybelline and L’Oreal pens. The color was fantastic — a nice highlighter with pinky undertones; the consistency was thin but creamy. 

How do they all stack up to the Touche Éclat? Well, the Touche Éclat feels rich. The color, consistency, packaging — everything seemed well made from beginning to end. It’s a fantastic product, but it sure as hell better be for $40, right? The drugstore pens, honestly, will do just fine. Splurge on a Touche Éclat if you want to treat yourself (or you have store credit/a gift card) as it feels luxurious, but any of the other drugstore pens will do the job nearly as well (perhaps better depending on what you are looking for in a highlighting concealer pen).

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Face brushes: there are thousands of different brushes out there for use with powder, blushes, bronzers, contouring products and highlighters. Obviously you don’t need all of them but each one will produce different results. All the everyday gal really needs is a good powder brush and blush brush, you CAN just get away with a powder brush but a blush brush is great for a perfect application of blush, bronzer and contouring powder.

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The Beautiful 99 Names of Allah

  • 1 Allah (الله) The Greatest Name

  • 2 Ar-Rahman (الرحمن) The All-Compassionate

  • 3 Ar-Rahim (الرحيم) The All-Merciful

  • 4 Al-Malik (الملك) The Absolute Ruler

  • 5 Al-Quddus (القدوس) The Pure One

  • 6 As-Salam (السلام) The Source of Peace

  • 7 Al-Mu’min (المؤمن) The Inspirer of Faith

  • 8 Al-Muhaymin (المهيمن) The Guardian

  • 9 Al-Aziz (العزيز) The Victorious

  • 10 Al-Jabbar (الجبار) The Compeller

  • 11 Al-Mutakabbir (المتكبر) The Greatest

  • 12 Al-Khaliq (الخالق) The Creator

  • 13 Al-Bari’ (البارئ) The Maker of Order

  • 14 Al-Musawwir (المصور) The Shaper of Beauty

  • 15 Al-Ghaffar (الغفار) The Forgiving

  • 16 Al-Qahhar (القهار) The Subduer

  • 17 Al-Wahhab (الوهاب) The Giver of All

  • 18 Ar-Razzaq (الرزاق) The Sustainer

  • 19 Al-Fattah (الفتاح) The Opener

  • 20 Al-`Alim (العليم) The Knower of All

  • 21 Al-Qabid (القابض) The Constrictor

  • 22 Al-Basit (الباسط) The Reliever

  • 23 Al-Khafid (الخافض) The Abaser

  • 24 Ar-Rafi (الرافع) The Exalter

  • 25 Al-Mu’izz (المعز) The Bestower of Honors

  • 26 Al-Mudhill (المذل) The Humiliator

  • 27 As-Sami (السميع) The Hearer of All

  • 28 Al-Basir (البصير) The Seer of All

  • 29 Al-Hakam (الحكم) The Judge One

  • 30 Al-`Adl (العدل) The Just

  • 31 Al-Latif (اللطيف) The Subtle One

  • 32 Al-Khabir (الخبير) The All-Aware

  • 33 Al-Halim (الحليم) The Forbearing

  • 34 Al-Azim (العظيم) The Magnificent

  • 35 Al-Ghafur (الغفور) The Forgiver and Hider of Faults

  • 36 Ash-Shakur (الشكور) The Rewarder of Thankfulness

  • 37 Al-Ali (العلى) The Highest

  • 38 Al-Kabir (الكبير) The Greatest

  • 39 Al-Hafiz (الحفيظ) The Preserver

  • 40 Al-Muqit (المقيت) The Nourisher

  • 41 Al-Hasib (الحسيب) The Accounter

  • 42 Al-Jalil (الجليل) The Mighty

  • 43 Al-Karim (الكريم) The Generous

  • 44 Ar-Raqib (الرقيب) The Watchful One

  • 45 Al-Mujib (المجيب) The Responder to Prayer

  • 46 Al-Wasi (الواسع) The All-Comprehending

  • 47 Al-Hakim (الحكيم) The Perfectly Wise

  • 48 Al-Wadud (الودود) The Loving One

  • 49 Al-Majid (المجيد) The Majestic One

  • 50 Al-Ba’ith (الباعث) The Resurrector

  • 51 Ash-Shahid (الشهيد) The Witness

  • 52 Al-Haqq (الحق) The Truth

  • 53 Al-Wakil (الوكيل) The Trustee

  • 54 Al-Qawiyy (القوى) The Possessor of All Strength

  • 55 Al-Matin (المتين) The Forceful One

  • 56 Al-Waliyy (الولى) The Governor

  • 57 Al-Hamid (الحميد) The Praised One

  • 58 Al-Muhsi (المحصى) The Appraiser

  • 59 Al-Mubdi’ (المبدئ) The Originator

  • 60 Al-Mu’id (المعيد) The Restorer

  • 61 Al-Muhyi (المحيى) The Giver of Life

  • 62 Al-Mumit (المميت) The Taker of Life

  • 63 Al-Hayy (الحي) The Ever Living One

  • 64 Al-Qayyum (القيوم) The Self-Existing One 65 Al-Wajid (الواجد) The Finder

  • 66 Al-Majid (الماجد) The Glorious

  • 67 Al-Wahid (الواحد) The One, the All Inclusive, The Indivisible

  • 68 As-Samad (الصمد) The Satisfier of All Needs

  • 69 Al-Qadir (القادر) The All Powerful

  • 70 Al-Muqtadir (المقتدر) The Creator of All Power

  • 71 Al-Muqaddim (المقدم) The Expediter

  • 72 Al-Mu’akhkhir (المؤخر) The Delayer

  • 73 Al-Awwal (الأول) The First

  • 74 Al-Akhir (الأخر) The Last

  • 75 Az-Zahir (الظاهر) The Manifest One

  • 76 Al-Batin (الباطن) The Hidden One

  • 77 Al-Wali (الوالي) The Protecting Friend

  • 78 Al-Muta’ali (المتعالي) The Supreme One

  • 79 Al-Barr (البر) The Doer of Good

  • 80 At-Tawwab (التواب) The Guide to Repentance

  • 81 Al-Muntaqim (المنتقم) The Avenger

  • 82 Al-‘Afuww (العفو) The Forgiver

  • 83 Ar-Ra’uf (الرؤوف) The Clement

  • 84 Malik-al-Mulk (مالك الملك) The Owner of All

  • 85 Dhu-al-Jalal wa-al-Ikram (ذو الجلال و الإكرام) The Lord of Majesty and Bounty

  • 86 Al-Muqsit (المقسط) The Equitable One

  • 87 Al-Jami’ (الجامع) The Gatherer

  • 88 Al-Ghani (الغنى) The Rich One

  • 89 Al-Mughni (المغنى) The Enricher

  • 90 Al-Mani’(المانع) The Preventer of Harm

  • 91 Ad-Darr (الضار) The Creator of The Harmful

  • 92 An-Nafi’ (النافع) The Creator of Good

  • 93 An-Nur (النور) The Light

  • 94 Al-Hadi (الهادي) The Guide

  • 95 Al-Badi (البديع) The Originator

  • 96 Al-Baqi (الباقي) The Everlasting One

  • 97 Al-Warith (الوارث) The Inheritor of All

  • 98 Ar-Rashid (الرشيد) The Righteous Teacher

  • 99 As-Sabur (الصبور) The Patient One

How to fix dry lips

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I’m someone who has suffered dry lips for as long as I can remember and boy have they gotten bad. Some days I would wake up with dry, cracked, peeling and sometimes even bleeding lips, and no matter how many diet changes I made, how much water I drank nothing really helped, but after my years of beauty blogging I’ve come across a few amazing products and tips to help  get rid of dry lips and keep them in tip top condition…

How to get rid of Dry Lips

Some of my favourite lip care products which include: *Nuxe Reve de Miel Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm, Manuka Honey, Bite Beauty Agave Lip Mask, *Lanolips Lemonaid Lip Aid, *Suvana Paw Paw & Honey Balm, *Rosehip Plus Roll On Oil

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