Beauty Queen

Revlon Photoready Concealer

Shades: 6 (1/1)

Lasting Power: Long (1/1)

Price: $9.99 (0.8/1)

Formula: Creamy, melts on your fingers, easy to blend (1/1)

Finish: Good coverage, starts to crease a little bit (0.8/1)

Today I want to talk about my favorite concealer. Finding a good concealer is always a struggle for me. I NEVER get enough sleep and have pretty dark under eye circles, so I am always looking for something that is going to be full coverage, but at the same time not too noticeable. Honestly I think I have more concealers than any other products, and that is not even counting the products that I have thrown out or gave to someone because they just didn’t hide anything. I heard a lot of people talking about this concealer, and I decided to give it a try, and I have been in love with it ever since. And I am not saying it’s the best, I am still constantly looking with something for maybe just a little more coverage, but so far it have been the best of what I have tried. It has 6 colors, and unfortunately for people with dark skin, there isn’t much choice on a darker side, but for people with light skin like me it’s perfect! I would say 4 of 6 shades are pretty light, and I believe people with light skin can find a perfect match for their skin. This concealer doesn’t come off as the I go through the day, I notice that it starts to crease just a little bit, but you won’t notice unless you look really close, so I am pretty happy with lasting power. Other thing I love, it is really creamy, and goes on nicely and smoothly. And the most important thing, it gives me a good coverage. It’s doesn’t cover fully, but I would say it covers 85%. Overall, I am still looking for something maybe a little bit better, but so far I am loving this concealer. 

Buy again: definitely yes!

Overall Rating: 4.6/5

Waterfall Braid Tutorial Step by Step


waterfall braid will add a playful detail to your medium or long tresses. Use the waterfall braid, which is a modified French braiding technique, to create a hairstyle that works great for both daytime and formal events. 

Some hairstyles are best left in the hands of professionals, but not in this case! The best thing about the waterfall braid is that you don’t need any special tools to create it and you can really play with it once you get the hang of waterfall braiding! Add it to long, straight locks for a Cali-girl vibe or pair waterfall braids with curls for an interesting dual texture.

Follow this waterfall braid tutorial with step-by-step video instructions to learn this really cool hair braiding technique! And remember, practice makes perfect!

1. Start by creating a deep side parting and brush out all the knots in your hair. Tip: Work with day-old hair to have a better grip when braiding.

2. Begin braiding in the front and divide hair into three equal sections. 

3. Use the simple three strand braiding technique to place the left strand over the right one, then the right strand down the middle of the braid. 

4. Repeat placing the left section on the middle, then pick up a new strand of hair on the right and move this piece over the center.

5. Release the left strand, adding a new strand from the bottom and move it over the middle strand. 
The trick that gives the cascading effect is dropping one section of hair at the bottom as you braid your hair three times.

6. Repeat this move and continue braiding until you have reached the back of the head and secure ends with a clear elastic.  



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