Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Currently Loving: MannyMua, Beyonce and micellar water

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It's a new week and new things to love. Of course, I'm usually 10 steps behind, so a lot of these things are probably stuff people have been loving for months (years?). No big deal, I'll just pretend they're new and I'm avant-garde.

with the Happy Type.

1. Youtube guru Manny Mua and this make-up look. I love finding new gurus to follow and this eye look is what I'm living for right now. As if I'm not weak for an everyday cat-eye.


2. XO by Beyoncé. Did ya'll know she dropped a secret CD? OF COURSE YOU DID. But I'm only  listening to it in full now that it's finally on Spotify. XO? Yeah, it's, easily, the most played. Followed by "Jealous." 



3. Micellar water. It's like cold cream but less greasy and I'd like to thank Target for having it and Lauren Curtis for mentioning it in one of the Youtube make-up videos I obsessively watch.


4. Broad City on Amazon Prime. Yep, it's that show everyone always talks about that you feel like you should check out too, and really, you should--what are you waiting for?

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5. BOXYCHARM. How have I been wasting my life only subscribing to Birchbox?


Currently not loving: Meghan Trainor claiming she started the "booty song movement." LOLOLOL. Okay, girl.

8 comments:

  1. I've never heard of Broad City before! I think I should check it out ;)

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  2. Girlfriend thinks she started the booty song movement? Didn't she ever listen to Destiny's Child?

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  3. You aren't late to the party. I didn't know any of these things.


    And seriously, is Meghan Trainor from Planet Earth?

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  4. Watching KathleenLights youtube 'un-boxings' of Boxycharm (https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=kathleen+lights+boxycharm) pretty much convinced me I needed it. The products don't seem quite as high-end as Birchbox products, but for full-size and not annoying little samples that crowd my drawers, I'll take it!

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  5. Haha, right? I mean claim your space as being part of the booty movement if you want, but starting it? Yeah, sure.

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  6. I guess Beyonce wrote Bootylicious knowing one day Meghan Trainor would come along and make it all okay.

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