I am aware that not all of my beauty products are cruelty free. I'm not proud of it, but at this point in time it is what it is and I all I can do is be a more aware buyer in the future. Good news is that things are getting better for the animals of the world...which may lead to more "leaping bunnies" on our products. Even China appears to be getting on board with stopping animal testing!
While on the look out for the Leaping Bunny I've checked out these sites and hope you'll consider checking them out too:
Day to day I keep my makeup pretty simple especially now that I'm not working in cosmetics. My office is small, laid back and pretty casual too, so I generally just wear some BB cream to even my skin tone, a little bronzer maybe, and mascara. On days I want a little more for my eyes, or on evenings out I like to use Chanel's waterproof eyeliner. I know that it's not recommended to use eyeliner in your water line, but if you do...I suggest Chanel. It's pricey, yes...but it works. It goes on smoothly and stays where it's put. Other liners fade from the waterline area, but that has not been my experience with this product.
Laser hair removal works, and can be expensive. True story. So I picked up the Remington IPL for at home laser removal. Did I expect professional results? No, I can be realistic. The thing is, when you have your handy dandy at home laser machine sitting daily in your bathroom you forget to use it...a lot. The directions say to use it every two weeks, which I don't. I tried to up my use to weekly thinking that it would be easier to stay on track (I know it's not what was directed, but hoped the results would be worth it).
So basically, I can not give an accurate review. Hopefully, in the coming weeks I can get on track with it. If I can start the habit, and see amazing results...I'll let you know.
Pros (so far):
Easy to use
I find it to be painless (as compared to professional laser hair removal)
Cons (so far):
The cord is kind of awkward (maybe more of a leftie prob), it just doesn't move the way my arm does
Sporadic use will not yield results (darn it...not the machine's fault though)
How do you keep smooth? Have you tried any of the machines that are on the market (No No, Tria)?