The Lipstick League: How Many Skincare Products Do You Use?


Question of the Week: How many skincare products do you use every day? I recently started a new skincare routine with Paula’s Choice Products so the answer is 5. Cleanser, toner, leave-on exfoliant, serum & moisturizer.

My Beauty Bunny – Love LUSH? We do too! So we’re sharing our 5 Must Have LUSH Items for Your Bag.

My Newest Addiction – If you are in need of some fabulous new makeup brushes that wont break the bank find out which ones Laura has been addicted to. She also has a discount code for you!

Nouveau Cheap – So Sephora reformulated their Supreme Cleansing Oil and it is now mineral-oil-free. But is it effective at removing makeup, including stubborn mascara? Here’s my full review.

Olive & Ivy – rounded up the best of the best Sephora holiday gift sets for 2015! Which ones will you be getting?

Phyrra – shares her favorite makeup & nail polish to match Pantone Fall 2015 Colors!

Prime Beauty – shares 5 New Beauty Discoveries you need to know about!

we heart this – Body acne just ain’t cute. Murad is here to help.

Beautygeeks – A big beauty brand known for its “anti-aging” serum makes a point of dropping the “anti-aging” term with its newest release although it has many benefits we usually file under Fights-Signs-of-Getting-Older. Do we agree with this positioning?

Beauty Junkies Unite – Amber found 6 top affordable eyebrow products that will keep your brows looking fierce! See what made the cut.

Blushing Noir – Brooke shows how easy it is to wear silk on your lips with the new Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture Lipsticks. They’re so good you’ll have to buy more!

Clumps of Mascara – is giving away a Clarisonic Mia and a few other fabulous beauty items. This is an International-friendly giveaway. Enter enter!

EauMG – Hello, October! Victoria is so ready for fall. But, before moving on to her usual rotatation of autumn fragrances, she shares her most worn perfumes of Summer 2015.

Gouldylox Reviews – Don’t fall for the biggest lie of the season. Buying pink isn’t really doing you or anyone else much good. Chances are, it’s not really going to help the women and men fighting an awful disease. Here’s why.

(Wondering what the Lipstick League is? Find out here.)

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