So I have a myriad of issues that I want solutions for. The prosperity of Humanity and world peace aside, I have dark under-eye circles from the seventh circle of hell and hair that looks greasy at the roots milliseconds after washing it, among other things.
So here is a bunch of products on my wish list (that is added to on a daily basis), that I am either waiting until pay day to purchase (or Christmas, next year).
Read on, and my apologies if this hurts your bank balance as much as it will mine.
The name includes the word unicorn, enough said, it also claims to be conditioning, you can leave this semi permanent hair dye in for up to two hours for more intense color, with no harming effects, and with shades like Dirty Mermaid and Sext, you can’t go wrong (and again unicorn!).
Now albeit it’s name is a mouthful, but it claims to get rid of those pesky dark under-eyes from the inside out, through liver detoxing with Silymarin, to be honest I’m not bothered how it does it as long as it works, as my crescent shaped dark patches are currently more akin to purple (from all the late night blogging), the fact that I like the packaging is a plus (hummingbirds are another fave).
Being as my thighs and derriére are about as smooth as cottage cheese, if a moisturizer claims to firm my bum bum and has good reviews, bring it on. Apparently it smells heavenly and shimmers too, but all I care about is the super caffeine from the Amazon that is going to have me in a tiny bikini by summer (let the disappointment begin).
As previously discussed, my under-eye circles are a serious pet peeve, so anything that says it will “diminish the appearance” of them is my new best friend, now while the price tag is hefty (more a Christmas present to myself, or whatever your religious celebration of choice is), it’s also great for wrinkles and puffiness etc. which is an added bonus as at 30, with an ample amount of stress, the fine lines are creeping up on me (actually more like trotting), so to sum up, SOLD.
So yada yada, it has won awards, it claims to be like other dry shampoos, but on steroids, so shut up and take my money. I have balayaged (yes, I’ve made it a verb now, sue me) hair, which has not done it’s moisture or happiness levels any favors, but my roots are still as greasy as sin. I therefore try to space out my hair washing to not fry my ends further so bring on the anti-shower products.
Given the above explanation of my lash obsession, serums are a given. Now, I will give you that the price is extortionate, but if it does what it says it does, it’s well worth it. I’ve read reviews of lashes continuing to grow for four months straight of continual use, that’s unheard of in non prescription lash serums, and I like to justify it by telling myself I’ll get through less mascara (it’ll never happen, it’s an addiction).
Let me know what’s on your wish list, but be kind, my total is already a whopping 550 dollars and change.