Keeping the fuzzies away with Schick and Rite Aid (includes coupon)! by Erin Baynham

This post is sponsored by Schick. The hair removal routine is a struggle that many of us have been used to since our teens. Ever since I got pregnant, I've been a little hairier than usual. Eh, it's not sexy. It's time to grab some new razors, so I went for Schick! I made it over to the women's hair removal section, and let me tell you, I had no idea Schick made so many types of disposable razors! I went back and forth through the aisle comparing them all, and I decided upon two favorites.

The first were the Schick Quattro for women disposable razors. You get three in a pack (great bang for your buck!), and the four blades let you know that you're going to miss less hair.


I ended up going with the Schick Hydro Silk disposable razors. They have five blades and a moisturizing serum that's activated as you shave. That's a lot of technology right there. This set also has a refill, so you can throw the head away and just pop on a new one. It's like a brand new razor! There's also a little razor caddy and suction if you decide to keep it handy on the shower wall.


By the time I left the store, I had some candy, a new eye liner, shaving cream and a new set of blades to keep me smooth over the next couple of weeks! Want to buy a coupon of your own? Use this coupon!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Schick®. The opinions and text are all mine.

Review & Demo: Black Opal True Color Liquid Foundation by Erin Baynham

Black Opal True Color Liquid Foundation  Review and Demo
Last week, I told you I was testing Black Opal True Color Liquid Foundation, so this week, I'm doing a demo and review video! For $11, you get a one ounce bottle of liquid foundation. Not bad. The picture above shows you (l-r) Hazelnut, Nutmeg and Beautiful Bronze. Each of those swatches is a full pump of foundation, which is more than enough for an application.

I wore the foundation for a full eight hours, and I have to say, it just got too oily for me. I wasn't outside for an unusual amount of time either, so the sun and heat had nothing to do with it. I had to do a lot of blotting and wiping throughout the day. If you're okay with doing that, than this foundation can be a big win for you. However, I received several compliments on my makeup that day! Everyone said it looked natural and a couple people asked me what I was wearing.

Anyway, check out the video below to see the tutorial!

Review & Demo: Becca Cosmetics Ultimate Coverage Concealing Crème and Complexion Crème by Erin Baynham

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Can you see all of the creamy, blendable goodness in that pot? It's there and it's in full effect. Every time I take a picture of a swatch, you can barely see it (ugh). So take a look at this video (queued up to the Becca section) for a video swatchfest.

In my newest Youtube video, I take the Ultimate Coverage Complexion Creme ($44) and Concealer ($32) out for a nine hour testing session in toasty Baltimore weather. I'm not sure if you remember this, but I tested the foundation back in February of last year. That's the first time I fell in love. I didn't even realize that I hadn't done a proper demo on it! What the heck?!

Take a look at the video below and tell me what you think! I'd advise you to at least go to Sephora or Ulta and get a sample to try out before taking the plunge.


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