MAC Fast Response Eye Cream Review

I *love* using MAC Fast Response Eye Cream ($27.50) in the morning! Packed with caffeine, the eye cream is a great wake-up call for my eyes and it does help with puffiness. I also like how it dries so fast and preps the eye area for makeup – my concealer just glides on after I put this on. I do not recommend using this at night though because it is not very moisturizing.

Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado Review

Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado ($24) is a creamy, moisturizing eye treatment formulated with Avocado Oil to gently moisturize the delicate eye area.

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Avene Soothing Eye Contour Cream Review

Avene Soothing Eye Contour Cream was one of the very first eye creams I ever purchased and so true to its name! Formulated with Avène Thermal Spring Water (68%), Dextran sulfate, Hyaluronic acid, Pre-tocopheryl (a patented and stable form of vitamin E) and Chamomile to soothe, fight inflammation, reduce puffiness and hydrate, this little gem from France worked perfectly on even super sensitive or irritated skin.

Prescriptives Vibrant-C Skin Brightening Eye Cream Review

Thanks to its dvanced micro-optic luminizers that look like the tiny pink pearly particles in MAC Strobe Cream, Prescriptives Vibrant-C Skin Brightening Eye Cream ($38) works like a charm in brightening and perking up my eye area. The product is also infused with vitamin C to combat visible dark circles, the appearance of puffiness, fine lines and wrinkles, while improving skin tone and texture.

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Clinique All About Eyes Review

Clinique All About Eyes ($27) is an oil-free, fragrance-free lightweight eye cream that claims to diminish the appearance of eye puffs, darkness, fine lines for all skin types. To me though, it was just an eye gel that felt cool and refreshing on.

How To Use A Kabuki Brush

Today I would like to write about Kabuki – not the kind of traditional Japanese theatre where heavily made-up men run around screaming in ancient Japanese nor the drink with sake but an awesome tool for makeup, the Kabuki brush.