Heeey guys :3 I try to write more reviews, feel free to suggest me stuff I should review! 🙂
Sooo today I am reviewing Romantic Bear “Wow Long Lasting Lip Color” which is the cheaper version of Berrisom “Oops My Lip Tint”.
It is a kind of liquid lipstick that leaves a bit of “natural” color after you peel it off and that should last all day even if you are kissing, eating..
My natural lip color is kinda beige with a bit of rose because of my really light skin color and I am addicted to lip balm and lipstick so I really wanted to test this. I guess you all have already seen them on instagram.
It feels like a skin mask. smells like fruit and may hurt a bit while it’s drying if you have sensitive lips. But when you peel it off after 7-10 minutes (I always leave it on around 15 minutes) it takes off dried skin with it, which is kinda great. But leaving it on around 10 minutes without speaking, drinking, moving your lips.. can be annoying and it’s really hard to put it on the first few times.. I am always putting it on with a brush after plumping but before I put on any other make-up..
And the result is a more like a natural light ombre color which is great, if you don’t want to look like you are wearing lipstick or for a day on the beach. I am in love with dark and neon lipsticks so it isn’t really my color but I am wearing Romantic Bear Cherry Red or Rose Pink everyday under my lipstick in case it rubs off. 🙂
So if you have patience and like natural lip colors it might be great for you, there are 6 colors and they are kinda cheap. 🙂
Have you tried them? If so, would you recommend them & what’s your fav color? :3
I didn’t got this product sponsored and it’s just my honest opinion.
Who knew that the solution to most our problems could be solved with a smoothie?! Smoothie Recipes For Everythinginfographic from Super Skinny Me gives you the ingredients and visually represents the amount of each that should put in. Trying to lose weight? Want to de-stress? Or maybe just want a bedtime drink. This infographic has it all.
Is there anything as versatile, adaptable and convenient as a smoothie? I doubt it. Nor are there many things as universally beloved. Smoothies are scrumptious, indulgent concoctions that tickle the taste buds and, inexplicably, with every sip make you feel just a little bit happier and make the world a little bit friendlier. The smoothie is so much greater than the sum of it’s parts. And just to prove the smoothie can do no wrong, it can actually make you more awesome too.
Smoothies contain a smorgasbord of ingredients, and depending on what you throw in, smoothies can ascend from mere flavorsome delight and sweet-tooth satisfier to the dizzying heights of muscle-building, energizing, health-enhancing superdrink. Why eat just one superfood, when you can combine a load of goodness into one easily digestible drink? Plus, it’s super quick and absurdly easy to prepare, making it weirdly efficient not just nutritionally, but generally. Created in the 1940’s, but perfectly designed for 21st century living.
Smoothies can be tailored to suit your own needs. And while the flavors are virtually limitless, don’t just think about taste, but also why you’re making it. Do you want to lose weight or perhaps build muscle? Do you need a pick-me up or extra energy to power through an intense workout? Had a bad day and want to wind down? Or maybe you can’t get to sleep. With a little smoothie science, you can easily make a smoothie that doesn’t just taste good (or look pretty), but actually does something.
The major issue I have with this design is that the proportions visualized for each smoothie aren’t accurate to the recipe. The sections are sized to fit the text, and have no relationship to the data. Big mistake!
Also, the actual amounts of each ingredient aren’t shown. The recipes are on the infographic landing page in the text portion, but aren’t included in the infographic itself. The issue with infographics is that they need to include the complete information because they are shared all by themselves, without any accompanying description text.