Everybody loves cake. No one loves cakey makeup. Okay, cue the tomatoes because that might be my worst joke yet. My bad. Cakey makeup (in case you really did get caught up on the “cake” part of it) is when foundation appears too thick, patchy, or flaky on your skin. Which we obviously don’t want.
What a PUNderful dilemma we have here. I’m sure you’ve heard everything under the sun when it comes to pores, but unfortunately so many of the things we’ve been taught, even the ones your Grandma swears by, are actually myths! No worries though, because we’re here to rescue you from those sneaky untruths so buckle up buttercup because you’re in for a ride.
Seriously? We have to deal with this crap in our cosmetics? Whenever I think of asbestos, it’s definitely not in conjunction with makeup! I keep picturing those commercials on daytime tv, “if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you could be entitled to compensation…” so how did it end up in makeup?
So often, many of these products are just a marketing ploy. This isn’t to say that there aren’t some great products on the market, but most OTC brands take advantage of the power of marketing by placing more focus on how their products are packaged, and less on the quality or effectiveness of the ingredients inside their bottles.
Double, double, toil and trouble. Fire burn and cauldron bubble. Is it Halloween yet? No? Then what the hell are you talking about? Uh blush, duh… double blushing! First, we told you to wash your face twice, and now we’re telling you to put on blush twice? Did we steer you wrong last time? Didn’t think so.
We’re on a roll with these skincare trends! This one totally sounds like an option on my washing machine. Skin cycling (I learn so much while writing these) is one of the latest to pop up and makes you wonder why no one ever thought of it before because it makes so much sense (insert face palm).