Hello, everyone, I hope you are having a wonder September. I know that this post is totally unlike what I would normally post but this meant to be for my Youtube channel, which I'm struggling to start. However, I have the power and pleasure to start a Youtube channel, I don't have the kit (Indeed, I have a Canon 300D but misplaced the tripod). Until I find my tripod or buy a new one.
1. The mystery behind the mascara:
I admit that my personality is not even close to girly so when I was shopping with my sisters at Samir William cosmetics, the main though inside my head was to get out as quickly as possible before a salesperson spot me. Even though I tried to hide, they found me. I tried to get out of that conversation, but I found myself rather fond of it.
The wonderful sales person did not force me to buy it but he showed me how wonderful is it--silly me. I'm not going to lie that I took a look at the mascara section because it's the only thing I use -can use- for my eyes. I made it clear to him that I use products for sensitive skin and eyes only because of my history of allergies, that's when he offered me that Voluminous Million Lashes Feline Waterproof Mascara by L'Oréal Paris. To be honest, the whole world always set a warning of Waterproof because it will literally hurt your lashes and eyes. Still, it was L'Oréal, so what could go wrong?
Trying it was an incredible experience because it felt creamy, soft and not heavy on my lashes as many of the previous mascaras which I've used and tried in the past. I bought one for a long experience which worked well for me during my latest interview which was in an open area--imagine the heat while the mascara stands strong. At home, I washed my face for many time but my lashes still curled and neat.
Overall, it's unlike any waterproof mascara you've tried because it does not make your lashes looks like plastic doll's hair, but keeps them silky and beautifully curled. When you try washing your face, it won't give that panda look.
After 3 days of use, my lashes still healthy, curled and smooth because it came off nicely like a sweet dream.
I recommend it for all of you for both the price which is less than 9$ and the quality of this mascara.
2. Books covers with eyes:
Now to the bookish part, it won't pass like that. Surely, I had the idea to feature the best books' eyes in young adult literature that I’m obsessed with since the first day I lied my eyes on
1. Firelight series by Sophie Jordan
2. Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi
3. Newsoul series by Jodi Meadows
4. Daughter of Smoke & Bone series by Laini Taylor
My question is what is your favorite cover with eyes? Please, mention your favorites from the list or any other book with eyes that I forgot to mention. Do you want more Eyes' related posts?
Try Can You Guess Which Book Cover This Eye Belongs To? by Epic Reads Blog
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