A little over a year ago, The Ordinary launched their foundation range – and the world promptly exploded. Joking, joking but there was a ridiculous amount of hype.
I’d signed up for the waitlist as soon as it was announced, placed my order as soon as I got the email and I still, still received my package over a month later. I should count myself as one of the lucky ones, it would be several months before the brand got their factory together enough to ship out all the orders, and even now the serum foundation is often out of stock. Since I was getting the foundations anyway, I figured ordering the primers wouldn’t hurt. Two birds, one stone. Continue reading
When the Modern Renaissance was released two years ago, everyone lost their shit. It received across-the-board positive reviews and was all anybody could talk about for at least six months. To this day, I believe it’s ABH’s most popular release.
It was only logical for ABH, as a brand, to release a sequel. Subculture, marketed as a sister palette to MR, was released a year later. Only the release didn’t garner the response I imagine ABH was expecting. People either loved it or hated it, with the scales tipping more towards the hated it side. No one seemed to understand why ABH would market the product as a sister palette when it was clear they were nothing alike. Continue reading
The year of fiction. The year of West African literature. The year of tears shed. I am back with my 2017 wrap up (albeit in June). If you haven’t read my (Lit)erature 2016 already, you probably should. Once again, in no particular order – because making me choose would just be cruel – here are my top 3 reads. Continue reading
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