Posts tagged "makeup"

My 3 favorite under eye concealers

<b>GOOD: It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye. </b> $24<p>I like the confidence of this product's name. It makes a claim, and delivers. It Cosmetics offers full coverage with this formula- so much so that you must go REALLY easy on its application. It can feel heavy if you're not gentle. I was enjoying this product a great deal... until my geek guy accidentally knocked it into the toilet. :( RIP.
Thanks to all of the geeky makeup reviews I’ve done, I’ve developed some strong opinions on cosmetics. I don’t just wear indie brands, either. I shop around. I’ll often mix-and-match drugstore makeup with high-end in hopes of finding a cost-effective combination. My perfect arsenal is pretty much built, with the exception of one thing: under eye concealer.... Read more »

Product Review: Cheshire Minerals Game of Thrones Eye Shadows

Thanks to the upcoming Valar Morghulis event with Lakeshore Beverage, I’m on yet another Game of Thrones kick. At-present, my fingers are blue from painting Daenerys fabric. My second Khaleesi dress is going to rock!  Best of all, I found a new eye shadow brand to wear with the costume: Cheshire Minerals. Cheshire Minerals is... Read more »

Product Review: Fictitious Fragrances

I often struggle with how outwardly feminine I should be.  The stereotypical geek girl wears glasses and avoids makeup.  I, however, vastly prefer contact lenses.  I wear a full face of makeup every day.  Frankly, I’m surprised my workplace hasn’t reprimanded me for my eyeshadow!  Soooo colorful… Given my affinity for cosmetics AND geekery, I... Read more »
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Product Review: Geek Chic Cosmetics

Summer is convention season, and that means cosplay!   I stumbled across Geek Chic Cosmetics while working on my latest costume. GCC creates “gluten-free, cruelty-free, vegan” goods.  Many fandoms are celebrated in their collections, including Doctor Who,  The Princess Bride, Portal, Firefly, Game of Thrones, Babylon 5, and more.  I couldn’t resist ordering a few.*... Read more »