Germ Beauty Picks: June

    Hey, Germies !

    This month I have some healthy products for your beautiful faces! Hope you like them!

     

    Glam Glow: Mud Mask

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    Image courtesy of glamglowmud.com

    This mud mask is definitely the most expensive product I have ever reviewed or tried as far as cosmetics. So, what I would recommend is to go to Sephora and ask for a little sample . They give it to you in a little  container, and it’s good for one or two spot treatments. This mud mask is the best I have ever tried, and, according to some other reviews on Pinterest, people are raving about it! The first time I saw it, I was actually browsing Pinterest in search for some new hairstyles, and I came across Glam Glow. I read all about it and then immediately went to my local Sephora to buy it and try it for myself ! Right when I got home, I read the directions and applied the product. All you need is a small amount to coat your entire face, or you can do a small spot treatment. the directions say to wait 5-20 minutes to let the mask dry. As it dries, you can feel and see it working. The oil in your pores rises to the surface and soaks into the chalky mask. when the mask is completely dry, you can use warm water to rinse off the mask (I personally like using cool water). Once the mask is off, your face can feel a little dry, but mostly your skin feels amazingly soft. As I said, it’s pretty pricey, so try it out to see how you like it.

     

    e.l.f. Wet Gloss Lash & Brow Clear Mascara

    Image courtesy of target.com
    Image courtesy of target.com

    This product helps shape your brows and eyelashes without any color or residue. This product helps you in creating a light makeup look, and it’s great for when you want some lift to your lashes without having to worry all day about mascara smearing. There you have it. A simple review for a simple but useful product.

    Germ's resident Beauty Consultant, Amanda Alcala, has a great love for the fashion and makeup world, though these are not her only passions in life. When she is not working or sleeping, she is slowly but surely working towards becoming a floral decorator, an amateur drummer, and honing her skills as a painter. She tries to never leave the house without a book, but she can never choose just one, so her car is filled with books and spare outfits (you can never be sure when you’ll need a costume change). Her friends are her family, and she is so thrilled to be working alongside them and the rest of the incredible Germ staff! She can be reached at amanda@germmagazine.com.

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