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Sunday, November 3

OCTOBER FAVORITES | 2019


Happy new month everyone!! Its been a while since I posted faves, and I am just getting back on the weekly posting schedule before my next exams, so since it has been a while, my faves this month (and maybe next) would be 10 instead of the usual 5.

This month my faves were mostly hair related, I really want to say these faves were both September and October since that's when I got some new products and was falling newly in love and re-falling in love with some products.


SHILLS NATURAL SCIENCE CHERRY BLOSSOM MAKEUP REMOVING OIL
This was one of my favorites last December, and every time I go home and use it I always fall back in love with it. I have completely switched from micellar water use to cleansing oil as I get older, my skin seems to be changing (again). I noticed taking off my makeup with micellar water was a bit drying and dragging (especially around my eyes and cheeks) so now I am all for cleansing oil year-round and this is doing the trick (when I'm at home). I still use micellar water but only as an emergency: like when I am too tired to do my routine (instead of makeup wipes).

BANANA BOAT SUNSCREEN ULTRA SPORTS BROAD SPECTRUM SUNCARE SUNSCREEN LOTION SPF 50
This sunscreen has always been my to-go sunscreen for hot summers, I love that it is waterproof and balmy, has aloe vera, non-comedogenic and it lasts through hot humid weather. It also goes well under my makeup!

SUAVE ESSENTIALS JUICY GREEN APPLE SHAMPOO
I have always used this shampoo on my wigs to clarify the scalp and cap area and to maintain them. And I just love how it smells like a crisp fragrant green apple, it is one of my favorite scents of the Suave Naturals/Essentials line (Next up is the Cherry Blossom) and it is free of silicones!.  I just recently started using it on my natural hair as a clarifying silicone-free shampoo for my scalp and I'm loving it!

SUAVE ESSENTIALS TROPICAL COCONUT CONDITIONER
My favorite conditioner of this same line is the coconut and that is because first, its silicone-free, second, it is moisturizing and leaves my hair soft, and third its smells great! because it is silicone-free it works very nicely as a co-wash and I love it so much! I have tried other co-wash brands on my hair and wigs but I keep coming back to this one because it is cheap, and it works better than the other brands (like Cantu). I keep comparing it to the Cantu co-wash but to be honest, I prefer this one because it cleanses my hair well and leaves it soft and moisturized!

C.O. BIGELOW ROSE SALVE
Am I a VSCO girl now? I remember when I saw a youtube video by superwoman about this and it was one of the products listed that VSCO girls have. Although I have the app I never really use it. However I had bought it from bath and body works way before I saw the video and I bought it because I am genuinely obsessed with anything that has roses in it; rose scents, rose masks, rose tea, and even eating Chinese rose pastry while I was in Kunming (Yunnan Rose Flower Cake)-Gosh it was so yummy.  I love how the salve smells and I look forward to using it every night before I sleep. It has been a nightly fave!!

TROPIC ISLE LIVING JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL HAIR FOOD
This product has forever been my favorite to keep my edges full and moisturized despite my daily wig wearing and using got2b glue daily. I use it morning and night after washing my face, and I just love how my edges have stayed full and have not suffered from my impatient, egregious daily styling.

AVANTI SILICON MIX
I mention to full detail about this product on my Wig care 101 post. One thing I loved about it this month is it snapped the curls back on my favorite wig. I thought it won't return once I bleached the life out of it, but now I wear the wig daily in its natural form thanks to this conditioner. 

That's it for my favorites for last month!!
Thanks for reading!! 

Which one of these faves have you tried out? 
Which ones do you plan to try out? 
comment below!




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