There's an app for almost everything these days, though we playВ favorites for whichever will deliver piping hot Thai or Italian right to our door in an hour (translation: whenever we're mildly or not so mildly hungover). However, in not-so-far-off second, we appreciate any app that will make our 4:30 p.
Eye shadow is one of the most common makeup products we use, right up there with our favorite lipstick and mascara. That doesn't mean, however, that we've mastered the application process. Far from it. With so many formulations, colors, and textures, it's easy to feel a little overwhelmed when trying to achieve the perfect result.
If you've scrolled through Instagram at all in the past few days (okay, let's be real: hours), chances are high you've seen at least one shot of what we call "Instagram skin." You'd recognize it in a heartbeat: it'sВ light-reflective andВ glistens from every angle, and the wearer's cheeks usually look akin to a glazed donut or dewy dumpling.
For a long time, I used to joke that if I ever had a band, I would name it Tap to Snooze.В Seeing, and subsequently pressing, "tap to snooze" on my iPhone was, for years, just a part of my daily life.В It was the next-best thing to sleeping in with no wake-up time, as I would on weekends (which was part of the snooze cycle).
Mango Lip balms are the gateway into makeup addiction. Before our collections of lipsticks and eye shadow palettes took over our bathrooms, everyone was stockpiling lip balms. It's pretty understandable, given that you can never make your way through all the flavours on offer (although it's well worth a try).
As beauty editors, we get bombarded with a ton of new products every day (we know-tough life). Reviewed is a series where we report on some of the best products we've tried. Whether it's a drugstore lipstick that lasted all day or a hand cream that saved us this winter, you'll find all our favorites in this column.