I had a great question from a very sweet reader,
“what is that roller ball??”
Refering to the Garnier Fructis eye roller ball that I discussed in my recent Target post, this a great product. It is an affordable and easy way to work on those “trouble areas” around the eyes. It is said to reduce puffiness as well as crows’s feet/age lines. Hey guys, the big 3-0 is rapidly approaching…gotta be proactive! Here is the “official” description of the product. You can get these babies at any common drug store. Now, I don’t have “before and after” pictures from my first brief stint with this great product, but I will be posting before and after pictures this time. Basically, someone I knew and trusted stole my eye roller. How redonk, right, well…it’s baaaack!
SPEAKING of eyes, I MUST share a beauty tip with ya’ll or I just would not be doing it justice if I did not! Ok, so I am not the biggest mascara fan. I mean I love the way it looks, but I am not the best at putting on or keeping it on! It definitely does not contain itself to my lashes 😉 So, for many years now, I have been getting my lashes DYED with henna. It is all natural, very inexpensive, easy and fun! I suggest getting it done at any salon around you that provides this service. It usually costs between 20 and 30 dollars but lasts about 2 months. You can choose what color (I get black, but they have tinted blue, etc.). They put it on like mascara while you are laying down, and they leave it on for about 10 mins. Then they take it off and here is what you get!
I get mine done at AME salon and Spa in Wayne, PA. I LOVE it there. I will do a full review one day soon. In the Philadelphia area, you can get it done at Toppers Spa as well. If you are searching for more places, just ask them if they do “henna dye for the eyelashes.” Anyway, definitely try it out! It is PERFECT for the summer/pool- you can go completely without eye makeup and still look half awake! Or, to “drama” it up, you can coat with mascara and the look is UNREAL! Check it out. OK, toodles for now!