Monday, January 16, 2017
*Products sent for review.

Is it me or is the beauty world just killin' it with release after release of awesome stuff? Needless to say, my wallet and I aren't on speaking terms right now. In fact, Jesse's Girl just came out with a whole bunch of stuff I got my hands on so if you're looking to get some new goodies without breakin' the bank, head over to your local Rite Aid or on and #haulitup!

  • Face: My skin has been drier than the Sahara Desert with the recent New England weather as you can see in between my brows so I started with the MoJo Spas High Society Moisturizer and applied that on my face. Next, I applied Urban Decay Skin Perfector in Light with a damp Beauty Blender and concealed with It Cosmetics CC+ Concealer (literally down the last drop with this stuff!). To set, I used the bottom first shade from the right from the Jesse's Girl Cosmetic Highlight & Contour Kit ($12.99). It's very finely milled and light on the face but holy toledo - talk about blurring fine lines. As you can see from the bottom photo, it almost looks photoshopped. I'm lovin' it! Lastly, to contour with, I used the top middle contour shade from the same palette. It's very pigmented so I used it very lightly and blended out with a damp BeautyBlender.
  • Eyes: To prep, I used the Jesse's Girl Eye Primer ($5.99). I don't know why I've ever used anything else. This primer is ah-mazing! I let it dry and then got into the Jesse's Girl Back Stage Collection Natural Nudes Palette. In the crease, I used the taupe on the bottom second  to the right and blended that in a windshield wiper motion. To darken the crease, I went in with the shade right next to it. I also used this shade on the bottom. Back on the lid, I used the super creamy light off-white shade on the bottom left of the palette and placed that all over the lid. On the inner lid and outer lid, I lightly blended in the second from the top right just to give the lid some depth. In the inner corner, I carefully applied Jesse's Girl Fluid Shadow in Snowflake and let it dry for about 15 seconds before moving on. For liner, I used the Jesse's Girl Liquid Liner in Black  and created a sharp cat eye. For a little fun, I added some white directly underneath the wing using the Jesse's Girl Liner in Snow White.

Have you ever tried Jesse's Girl Cosmetics? You can find them online below or at your local Rite Aid. I'll definitely be running out to try more products. Stay tuned for my review on their insane Glow Stix Lip Glosses coming at the end of this week!

*Products sent for review.