Friday, October 28, 2011

Cosmetics Review: Korres Quercetin & Oak Antiageing & Antiwrinkle Concealer

The ProductKorres Quercetin & Oak Antiageing & Antiwrinkle Concealer

The Review: I have a weird love-hate relationship with concealer: I love the idea of my sleep-deprivation-induced dark circles disappearing and my zits being hidden.  I hate how no matter what type I try, it never quite blends into my skin tone, resulting in my spending buttloads of time using foundation and whatnot to get it to look natural. I think part of the problem is my weird skin-tone. It's kind of neutral, and I think most concealers wind up looking too pink or too yellow on me. This concealer, however, is one of the few I've tried that I could see myself committing to.

I love the texture of this concealer. It's so creamy and moisturizing that it almost feels like an undereye treatment. I really appreciated that Korres actually had a concealer color that worked for me, but I was most impressed with how nicely it covered my dark circles without looking too obvious. I didn't find it to be too greasy or matte, just a nice happy medium, and it worked well with my foundation. No sinking into the creases. No fading after a good eight hours. And, while it has a ton of pigment, it blended well and didn't give me a case of the dreaded Reverse Raccoon Eye, a most terrible makeup affliction. Not familiar with RRE? Well, look no further. Eva Longoria's here to educate you:
Never, ever piss off your makeup artist... 
All in all, I thought this was a great product. I can't say anything about the anti-ageing and anti-wrinkling properties and have a feeling it's probably a gimmick, but since it is pretty moisturizing for a concealer, it certainly shouldn't make your fine lines look any more pronounced.

Rated Beauty Grade: B+

Price: $22

Where to Purchase: Sephora

Monday, October 24, 2011

Cosmetics Review: Revlon CustomEyes Shadow & Liner

The ProductRevlon CustomEyes Shadow & Liner

The Review: First off, sorry I've been kind of MIA lately. I got some new responsibilities at work on the IT side of things last week, and I needed some time to adjust to my new duties. I am now in charge of a new program that lets me check whether or not my company can connect to TCF's computers. If the program shows that we can't connect, I call and harass banks to turn on their PCs. I has the stalking power!! Behold, the mighty Level 1 Help Desk Tech/Receptionist!

Yeah. Ok. So, it's not that exciting. That's why we have makeup! And oh, how I love makeup. Especially eye makeup, because I like to play up my slightly slanty half-native eyeballs. Dramatic eyes help balance out my big, almost-Angelina-Jolie-sized lips. Speaking of big lips, have you ever seen a big-lipped person try to do the duck face in pictures? I did it in the mirror once, just for funsies. Oh my god. I just about peed myself laughing. But I digress. Back to makeup...
The "Smoky Sexy" colors
I went to Target a couple days ago and got Revlon CustomEyes Shadow & Liner in "Smoky Sexy," because it was on clearance for $5. The colors in this line are so effing pretty, and I've had my eye on them for a while now. Naturally, I was super happy to get them on sale. And I'm so glad I didn't pay any more than $5. In theory, this eyeshadow palette is a great concept. Liner, brow highlighter and lid shades all in one? Oh, the convenience! Sadly, the idea and visual presentation is the only thing this eye shadow has going for it.

In the compact, the eyeshadows have the rich, vibrant color you see in the high priced brands. It's what drew me to them in the first place. Sadly, when you put them on, they have maybe half of the color you were expecting. They are sheer, sheer, sheer. You have to layer the hell out of them to get even close to the original color, and even then, it's disappointing. And trust me, you don't want to layer. These shadows are so powdery, any attempt to apply them will leave you with eyeshadow all over your lashes and cheeks. It doesn't matter how you try to apply it: brush, foam applicator, fingertip... I tried them all, and each tactic left me with blue on my cheeks, a look that is only appealing to a smurf. Or Avatar larper.

Long story short, if powdery, poorly pigmented eyeshadow works for you, you'll probably like this product. But if you're like me and want your drugstore eyeshadow to live up to your high-end makeup standards, go for Revlon's ColorStay 12 Hour Eyeshadow Quad instead. It's so much better and there is a great variety of colors to choose from. I have both the "Neutral Khakis" and "Nude Elements" quad, and I quite like them.

Rated Beauty Grade: D

Price: $8.99

Where to Buy: Most drugstores

And, just for funsies, here is the Avatar LARP vid if you had no idea what I was referencing earlier:

I've Been Awarded!!!

I've been awarded my very first blog award! YAY! The Shoe Doctor has bestowed the Liebster Blog Award upon me. It's given to blogs with under 200 followers to help them gain recognition for their awesomeness, so I am extremely happy to receive it. Especially from such a blogger with such excellent taste in footwear

Now, according to the rules, I get to find 5 other blogs that I deem deserving of this award. Since most of the blogs I stalk have well over 300 followers, it just means I have to find new fun blogs to read and enjoy. I'll post the award winners as soon as I find them all. :) 

Monday, October 17, 2011

Cosmetics Review: Estee Lauder's Pure Color Long Lasting Lipstick in Sugar Honey

The Product: Estee Lauder's Pure Color Long Lasting Lipstick in Sugar Honey

The Review: I have a giant lipstick collection. It's kind of funny, because I don't wear lipstick all that often. Which is why it lasts me FOREVER. I have naturally pinky lips anyway, and I'm usually too lazy in the morning to go hunting through my purse/makeup pile to find my favorite lipsticks when I have lip balm on hand. However, when I have time and don't have to worry about potentially kissing people, I do love a good lipstick. Hence, the sizable lipstick collection.

I love Estee Lauder's Long Lasting Lipsticks, because they always smell nice: fruity, without being overpowering or having that gross clay/plastic smell some lipsticks have (I hate that smell!). They also don't dry out my lips as much as other long-lasting brands, which I appreciate, and can survive the work day with few reapplications. If you aren't eating or drinking much during the day, it lasts quite a while and doesn't make your lips feel gross and chapped after a couple hours. It also has a pretty nice consistency and has a slight hint of shine without being too much. Personally, I think this is one of the best lipsticks I've tried for everyday office wear.

This line has quite a nice selection of colors. Sugar Honey is my go-to color for warm  makeup looks, because it's a really pretty pinky, rose-gold color that is pretty close to my natural lip color. Just with more... gold. (Yeah, I'm eloquent. My brain has been fried by customer service calls today, so don't judge me.) Personally, I think everyone needs to have a couple utility lipsticks for their day-to-day makeup looks, and this one is the one I use whenever I choose to use golds, browns, and greens for my eyes. It's also subtle enough to wear with dramatic smokey eyes and even transitions well between seasons.Yay, versatility!

On the downside, I think they might actually be a bit overscented for people with scent-allergies. I have scent allergies which are triggered by floral scents and, since this has a fruity scent, it doesn't bother me. However, I can definitely see it bothering others.

Rated Beauty Grade: A-

Price: $24

Where to Purchase: Estee Lauder counters

Friday, October 14, 2011

Cosmetics Review: NARS Bronzing Powder in Laguna

The Product: NARS Bronzing Powder in Laguna

The Review: Much like NARS' Blush in Orgasm, this bronzer also has a cult following. Since I love the blush so much and it comes in cute combo duos and highlighting trios with Laguna, I wanted to get all up on this bronzer and become one with the cult. Sadly, after trying it, I don't have the urge to place it on a pedestal in my bedroom's makeup shrine.

The good: Laguna is made with high quality powder. It's incredibly fine, so it goes on smoothly and blends easily. In theory, you should need much of it. Also, this color has no reddish tones, so it won't make you look orangey. It's also pretty matte. Perfect for those of you who aren't fans of the shimmer.

The bad: I don't get the hype with the color. Good lord. Everyone is all, "OMG! Best bronzer EVER!," but when I put it on, I literally could not tell I had anything on. So I put on more, and it just looked like I had extra powder on my cheeks. So not impressed. It's not like I have really tan skin (I'm actually quite pale for a semi-native chick).  It's not like I want to have super dark cheeks. I mean, I sure as hell can't use my Clinique Sunkist Bronzer for contouring, but I like it just fine. Also, when you look at Laguna in the compact, it looks darker than just about any bronzer you can find. So why doesn't this color exist on my face? Lame.

The verdict: This is a good quality bronzer, but the color is better suited to someone who doesn't have much color to their skin. Fair-skinned girls, this bronzer is for you! Even though it doesn't look like it, because the product is misleadingly sheer. In the compact, it looks dark enough to be a contouring bronzer. This feels a little like false advertising to me, because if you're already tan or have darker skin, this stuff won't look as impressive as you'd expect it to. However, if you're addicted to the delightful texture of NARS blushes, quite a few people have said that the bronzer in Casino is a better option for people who think Laguna is too pale. I haven't tried it yet, but when I do, I'll let you know.

Rated Beauty Grade: B- 

Price: $33

Where to Purchase: Sephora, NARS counters

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Cosmetics Review: Lancome's Bi-Facil Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover

The Product:  Lancome's Bi-Facil Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover

The Review: I love this stuff. So much. It's the best waterproof eye makeup remover I've ever used, because it gets off the all my waterproof eyeshadow and lip stains with almost no rubbing. Not only that, but it never stings my eyes and has the loveliest rose fragrance. I don't know why, but having that bit of rose scent makes taking off eye make-up a much more pleasant experience. Maybe it's because I love roses so much. Hmm... Anyway, if you don't use waterproof makeup, you probably won't need something as heavy duty as this. But if you do, it's pretty damn magical.

While there are quite a few imitation products on the market that are much cheaper, I keep coming back to this one because it smells so nice and outperforms the rest. When I was in college, I had to wear hard-core, insane stage makeup for operas, and this product managed to easily remove even the most caked-on, waterproof makeup. It never fails to impress me. I do, however, have only 2 critiques of this product. Firstly, it claims it doesn't have residue, but it does. To avoid that slightly oily feeling, use it before washing your face. Secondly, it's a little overpriced. I mean, it's a make-up remover. There's no reason it should cost so much when you can get really similar products for a fraction of the cost. On the plus side, Sephora and Lancome often give free samples of it, and it comes with every single Lancome gift-with-purchase, so you can get it through that route if you don't want to shell out the $26 for just the remover. 

If you never buy Lancome and want some alternative products that work just as well, Clinique's Take the Day Off Make-up Remover is almost as good. Neutrogena's Oil Free Eye Makeup Remover is a really cheap alternative, but it's a bit more drying and stings a little if you accidentally get some in your eye. Just to warn you. 

Rated Beauty Grade: A-

Price: $26

Where to Purchase: Sephora, Lancome counters, Amazon

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Cosmetics Review: Smith's Rosebud Salve

The Product: Smith's Rosebud Salve

The Review: This is another one of those products you'll see in magazines all over the place. It's touted as a miracle balm that works wonders on your skin and lips and does everything but walk on water and heal the blind. But is it really the Jesus of lipbalms? It could be, but it all depends on what you prefer in a lip balm. Personally, I really like it. It has such a nice texture- not too thick, smooth, and without a hint of greasyness or stickiness. It's not matte and has a barely-there tint that enhances your natural lip color and makes your lips look kissable, even if they're chapped as hell. It also works well as a cuticle remedy and spot treatment for dry patches, because it both protects and moisturizes.

Since I will buy and rebuy this product probably until I'm 90, it passes the test. I love the way it feels on my lips and feel it does a good job keeping them from making me miserable, especially in the winter months. Sometimes, I wear it by itself. Sometimes, I layer it under lipstick or use it in tandem with other lip balms. The only thing that bothers me a little is the smell of the original, which took a little getting used to, because I don't really like flowery scents on my lips. The manufacturers have fixed this by offering a couple different formulations, like Strawberry, Mocha Rose, and Brambleberry Rose, my personal favorite.

However, while I like this lip balm an awful lot, I don't think it's as miraculous as people build it up to being. It simply does a good job without a lot of frills, it's convenient, and it's cheap. The original rosebud salve is only $6 for a tin that will last you forever. And I mean forever. Months and months and months. I always lose my tins before I finish them, actually. And then I wind up stealing some from my sister whenever I see her; she's a fan of the salve as well. And, in case you're like me and tend to plot out Christmas gifts waaaaay in advance, it makes a great stocking stuffer.

Rated Beauty Grade: A

Cost: $6 for the original, $7 for the flavors

Where to Purchase: Sephora has the Original and Strawberry. Beauty Habit has all of them.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Affordable Eye Creams

I have a confession to make. I don't use eye creams unless I get samples of them. Which isn't very often. I know, I know. I'm supposed to use eye creams, and they're supposed to be good for me, etc. I just find most of them to be overpriced and don't want to shell out the money when I don't have major problems with puffiness, fine lines, or dark circles.  However, my bestest friend requested some eye cream reviews, so I'm going to do my best to provide some decent options that won't impoverish you.

Since most of the eye creams I've tried have been over $40, I did some research to find some that have decent ingredients, good reviews and are decently priced. I basically went through Makeup Alley and tried to find eye creams that had lots of reviews and high repurchasing rates. Here are the results:

Neutrogena's Ageless Essentials Continuous Hydration Eye Cream, $12-17: I had high hopes that I would find some kick-ass drugstore eye creams, but the reviews on Makeup Alley were lukewarm at best for the majority. This cream has pretty decent reviews stating that it's excellent for hydration and de-puffing with the potential for dark circle reduction. 80% out of 37 reviewers would buy it again.

Burt's Bees Repair Serum, $18: It's all natural and is supposed to be great for fine lines, puffiness and dark circles if applied at night under your normal moisturizer. Apparently, it also has a strong lavender smell, which bothers some people, and one small vial can last you anywhere from 6 months to a year. 70% of 277 Makeup Alley reviewers would buy it again. That's pretty impressive considering that Estee Lauder's Advanced Night Repair Eye Recovery Complex ($46.50) also had 277 reviews and only 47% would rebuy it.

Weleda's Skin Food, $18: You can use this stuff all over your body, but I've found quite a few reviews of people who use it under their eyes instead of pricier eye creams who find it to be extremely effective. It's a really rich, intensive cream and should probably be applied a bit before you apply makeup so it can sink into your skin all the way. You could also apply it before bed. It comes in a 2.5oz container and you can get it for much cheaper on Amazon, so I think this is one of the best deals so far. 80% of 477 Makeup Alley reviewers would buy it again.
And, sadly, these were the best I could find that were under $20. I was hoping there would be more, and there were quite a few that looked promising, but they were either out of the price range or had reviews that were way too conflicting. I'm not going to post about a product that has a ton of "OMG! It's so moisturizing!" reviews, coupled with a bunch of "It dried out my eyes and gave me milia!!" reviews without testing it on myself first. Also, I see tons of products that claim to reduce under eye circles, but I think your best bet is to use a good anti-wrinkle eye cream and a concealer. The only products that get rave reviews for healing dark circles will cost you an arm and a leg/first born child.

If you happen to be on an insane budget, like moi, another option is to put vaseline under your eyes before bed and after moisturizing. People like Tyra Banks swear by it. Personally, I'm not that impressed, but it works as a last resort.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Cosmetics Review: BareMinerals Ready Eyeshadow 4.0

The ProductBareMinerals Ready Eyeshadow 4.0

The Review: A couple days ago, my roommate and I went to a Bare Escentuals store and let the sales girls attack our faces. My roommie loooooves BareMinerals products and wants to convert me, so I'm happy to test their products out. I don't think I could make a conversion though, because there are so many damn powders and a separate brush for each one. And I like things to be not so... powdery. And I like variation in my daily routine. However, I will admit they have some good products that are totally review-worthy. This eyeshadow compact was one of my favorite products that I tried.

I have light-ish brown eyes and dark hair, so I tend to play up the whole half-Native thing by going with darker, smoky colors. The colors in The Dream Sequence compact are not colors I would normally wear, which is why I'm glad the salesgirl picked it out. The four colors in the quad are 500 Thread Count, a pinkish light cream; Romp, a gray-ish shimmery lilac; Boudoir, a bright pinkish amethyst with a hint of shimmer; and Nightcap, a slightly darker, matte violet. At first glance, they looked really garish to me. I'll be honest, after they were applied, the first thing I thought was, "Oh my god, it's so purple!" But once I had eyeliner and mascara on, the colors looked much softer and really brought out my eyes. I was surprised that it didn't look too over the top for day wear, actually, and I think the colors in this compact would work fine on people with both warm and cool skin tones.

My roommate tried out The Elements quad:
I think this is the most innovative of the 4 color sets. It comes with Air, a shimmery pale taupe; Fire, a muted orange; Earth, a bluish slate gray; and Water, a smoky teal. Normally, I would think, "Orange and teal eyeshadow? Hells no." But together, the colors work really nicely and aren't at all over powering. Instead, they're eye catching, flattering and perfect for fall.

Texture-wise, these shadows are wonderful. They're smooth, long lasting, blend easily and don't crease. They're also highly pigmented, so you don't need much to get the exact same color you see in the compact. Plus, the company claims they have anti-aging properties. All in all, I'm very happy with them. You can see better images of them and the other quads in this series on the Bare Escentuals site.

Rated Beauty Grade: A

Cost: $30

Where to Purchase: BareEscentuals/BareMinerals, Sephora

Cosmetics Review: L'Oreal Paris' Lineur Intense Felt Tip Liquid Eyeliner

The Review: I love liquid liner and have been wearing it since high school. I've tried quite a few different brands, and I keep coming back to this one. Why? Because you can get a really crisp, perfect cat's eye look with it in just a couple seconds that lasts all day and all night. And I mean, all night. I can't tell you how many times I've pulled all-nighters with this stuff in college and had it still look good in the morning.

As with all eyeliners, liquid or pencil, reviews vary person to person. Whether you'll love an eyeliner depends on your technique, your skin type, and your personal liner preferences (matte or slightly wet-looking? Smudgy or precise? etc). This liner is for those who like precision and a slightly wet-looking liner. Think this:

Or this:

Not matte and smudgy, like this: 

But the best thing about this eyeliner? It's almost identical to Lancome's Artliner. Actually, I prefer L'Oreal's version, because the Artliner formulation stung my eyelids whenever I applied it and flaked a bit throughout the day. The L'Oreal version lasted longer, never stung my eyelids and didn't cost me $30, so I will buy this over Lancome's pricey Artliner any day. 

While there are a couple other colors you can test out, I only get the Carbon Black. I'm an eyeliner purist like that. But if you want to try out the other colors, be warned that some of them may be sheer and require multiple coats, according to some reviews I've read. I've never, ever had that problem with the Carbon Black, though.

Rated Beauty Grade: B+

Cost: $8.99

Where to Purchase: Your local drugstore

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Sole Society Rave

I'm going to take a break from random cosmetic products for a bit to rave about the customer service at Sole Society. I work in customer service. It's often a thankless, shitty job and most of the kindnesses you do for people go either unnoticed or unrewarded, potentially turning you into a cynical bitch with no hope in humanity. If you work in retail, you often get verbally abused or are requested to do unreasonable things by your customers and have to take it with a smile. Yesterday, I was at the mall with my roommate, and we were chatting with a really bored employee in one of the stores who once was required to refund a guy trying to return dirty underwear. EW. As for me, I've been yelled at, threatened, and had one lady throw shoes at me when I worked at Macy's. When you do customer service work over the phone or email, you often deal with unbearably stupid and impatient people and have to maintain a polite tone of voice/phrasing at all times. It's... character building. So when a company has consistently amazing customer service, I'm always super appreciative.

Have you heard of Sole Society? If you haven't, it's a free members-only shoe service that provides it's members with gorgeous shoes at $49.95 per pair. It's a lot like Shoe Dazzle or JustFab, but with much higher quality shoes (lots of them have real leather!) and no annoying Kardashians. You can actually find a lot of the Sole Society shoes in stores under the Jessica Simpson, BCBG and Kenzie Girl brands, because apparently, they're all made by the same manufacturer. The difference is that instead of shelling out anywhere from $60-100 for a pair of BCBG heels, you can get them at Sole Society for $50. So awesome.

They also have the most amazing customer service. Around a week and a half ago, I returned a pair of gold Brittania flats because the left was a lot smaller than the right. Shoe defects happen all the time in most brands, so I didn't think much of it. I just figured I'd wait patiently for the order to be credited back to my account, so I could exchange them for a different pair. Much to my surprise, they not only credited my account the full amount, but they also gave me a coupon for a second free pair of shoes. How amazing is that?? Now I'm stuck debating if I want to get 2 pairs this month or wait til the November styles come out. Seriously, they made my day. Even if the shoes weren't as great as they are, the customer service alone is reason enough to me to be a Sole Society member, because they clearly value their customers and want to keep them happy. Every time I've had to deal with their customer service reps, they've always been so sweet, helpful and nice to work with. I hope they stay that way.

If you're interested in becoming a member and want to see your options, check out my friend Chee's blog,  Shoe Doctor, PhD. She has comprehensive lists of all the Sole Society shoes, finds really great deals on gorgeous shoes from other designers, and holds regular contests for free pairs of heels. 

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Skincare Review: The Body Shop's Peppermint Cooling Foot Rescue Treatment

The Product: The Body Shop's Peppermint Cooling Foot Rescue Treatment

The Review: The downside to being a shoe addict is that your feet get a little abused. For whatever reason, flats give me really weird calluses on the tops of my toes, which I HATE. Wearing heels gives me supercalluses on the centers of the balls of my feet, which are much less noticeable and give me the amazing ability to wear heels for hours at a time, so I'm ok with those. But the ones on my toes. Oh, they make me angsty, and this delightful cream gets rid of them while making my summer-dehydrated feet super soft and presentable.

When it comes to foot treatments, I am not a fan of wimpy lotions. If I put something on my feet, I want it to be as thick and rich as a body butter. This product is just that: a hardcore minty foot butter that makes your feet feel like awesome with its combination of cocoa butter and sweet almond oil. It also has grape extract, a fruit acid that gently exfoliates dead skin, making cracked heels visibly less severe after one use if left on overnight or applied before wearing socks during the day. In addition, it has a ton of peppermint oil that makes your feet feel tingly and refreshed, perfect after you've spent a day torturing them with gorgeous shoes. I know that for people on a budget, it might seem a little pricey, but one container will last a long time because you only need a little bit of product at a time and it's not something that you have to apply every single day.

Long story short, I think this is a kick-ass product that does what it claims and keeps my feet looking pretty.

Rated Beauty Grade: A

Cost: $18.00

Where to Purchase: The Body Shop

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Monday, October 3, 2011

Skincare Review: L'Occitane's Shea Butter Hand Cream

The ProductL'Occitane's Shea Butter Hand Cream

The Review: It's fall. You know that this means? Winter is coming.(Extra nerd points if you can tell me what Fantasy TV/book series uses that phrase over and over until you want to beat yourself in the face.) If you live in a place that has a real winter, you know you had best stock up on moisturizers in preparation for the inevitable onset of scaly, dry skin. I don't know about you, but I swear the skin on my hands dehydrates faster than any other place on my body. Therefore, I adore a good hand cream capable of making my hands soft and pretty. This hand cream is one of the best I've tried.

A couple years ago, when I worked at Macy's selling shoes, I bought some of this lovely stuff for the first time. I don't know what it is about cardboard and tissue paper, but it wrecks your hands. Our hands would get so dry that almost all of us had some form of lotion on us at all times. We would store them in our assigned cubby things in the stock room, and if we ran out, we'd "borrow" some from another associate's cubby. When I got my L'Occitane hand cream, I let a couple of my associate buddies use it. Unfortunately, word got around and they "borrowed" so much that I ran out in a couple weeks. Ooooh, I was annoyed. I couldn't blame them though. This hand cream is so nice that I probably would have done the same thing.

Basically, this hand cream looks, feels and smells expensive. Which it is. It's a very thick, creamy lotion that smells like almond-vanilla awesomeness and moisturizes your hands without making them feel greasy or slimy. Instead, it absorbs quickly and instantly makes your hands soft and healthy-looking. I love products that provide instant gratification. Especially products that provide instant gratification and smell like amazingness.

Unlike a lot of lotions that provide short-term relief for dry skin, this cream actually helps heal and protects it.  Also, since the cream is so thick, you don't need much and don't need to reapply it as often as other lotions, so one tube should last you a while (unless you have a ton of coworkers stealing it from you on a daily basis). I've tried a ton of lotions, and I can never find one that I would rank above this stuff. On par, yes. Better than, no. Personally, I think it lives up the hype 100% and believe it's worth the price tag if you want to heal your hands in the winter and have them smell nice at the same time.

UPDATE: L'Occitane has done away with the amazing honey-almond scent and replaced it with a god-awful ylang-ylang, jasmine floral perfume. Both my roommate and I tried it and our consensus is that this once perfect handcream now smells like old lady with a hint of diaper. If you have scent allergies, it will give you an insta-headache. Why, L'Occitane?? WHYYYY???

Rated Beauty Grade: B-, A+ if you can stand the smell.

Cost: $10 (for 1 oz)

Where to Purchase: Sephora, L'Occitane

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