I've been reading Cosmopolitan for years. It's a fun, flirty magazine to read during down time. My boyfriend tends to read my Cosmopolitans more often than me! Don't take the men advice seriously!! A lot of the content is a stretch and should not be taken literally. I just wish they would tone down the photoshopped celebrities and models. I would much rather see beautiful, real women with flaws than skinny toothpicks that are all computer editing.
Its been about 2 years since the last time I used a drug store foundation. I find the color match to be really difficult and haven't had the best luck with quality. CVS was running a sale on Rimmel recently (BYGO 50%) and I decided to give this a shot. I am very impressed with it, especially considering it's under $6. It's extremely matte, thick, full coverage but feels great on your skin. The color range is very limited but 105 matches my skin tone well. You need to use a good primer because it does settle into pores and fine lines. You need to make sure you blend it well because it could look cakey (a beauty blender or blending brush is key). I also recommend using a setting spray after applying the foundation because it's almost too matte. Overall it's a great value and a decent foundation option.
Just meh. I'm not a fan of liquid highlighters. They're hard to blend and look streaky on top of foundation even if you use a great brush/ sponge. I find most often it pulls off the base makeup which ends up aggravating me. I think it's overpriced and not worth the hype.
About a year ago I had purchased the EOS lip balm in Summer Fruit and hated it! It was waxy and didn't apply well so I threw it out and scratched my head about all of the EOS hype. I must have gotten a bad batch. I recently repurchased the EOS balm in Blueberry Acai lip balm, I'm in love. I've bought 4 different types in the past few weeks while they were on sale at the drug store. They are moisturizing, hydrating, long lasting, smell great and the packaging makes it super easy to find in my giant purse!