Saturday, November 7, 2015

WNTW : Alikay Naturals, Lotta Body & Joy and Karma


This video features my WNTW (What's New This Week) items from Alikay naturals and Lotta Body. I spend a bit a time chatting about my all time favorite black soap. If you happen to know where I can find this particular soap, please let me know. I then discuss three Lotta Body hair products that have been working for me.
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Instagram @PJD01
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Here is the Joy & Karma video that I mentioned in my video (click here)
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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Highlighters and Becca's Dual Coverage Compact Concealer Review


 In this video we take a look at the latest highlighter from Mac, Shaft of Gold, along with Bobbi Brown's Bronzed Glow, Mac's Gold Deposit and Black Up Cosmetic's Sublime #3. I then jump into my review of Becca's Dual Coverage Compact Concealer in the shade chestnut. I purchased the concealer from Hautelook for $9.00. You can sign up for Hautelook here . If you missed the sale and you want to purchase this product, you can get it directly from the Becca site.

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Friday, October 30, 2015

Hautelook Earth's Nectar Haul


Check out my Hautelook haul which mainly features Earth's Nectar  hair products.

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Friday, October 23, 2015

WNTW: Boscia, Stila, Glam Glow and Too Cool For School


 In this edition of WNTW (What's New This Week) I will show you many of the skin care and makeup products that I've purchased recently. The following items are discussed

1)Boscia (black )sponge
2) Boscia Makeup Breakup Cleansing Oil - 
3)Boscia Deep pore cleansing stick -  
4)Glam Glow- 
5) Too Cool For School-
6)Stila- Huge Extreme Lash Mascara- 
7) Boscia Exfoliating Peel -

 If you can't stick around for the entire video, please watch the last product mentioned, the Boscia exfoliating Peel. I need your help! 

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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Colour Pop & Coloured Raine Swatches and the Red Lipstick That You Should Own

Hello Everyone,

Here is the video that features my latest Colour Pop purchases as well as my new favorite red lipstick from Coloured Raine. Check out the video and the pictures below.

What's your favorite red?




Chilly Chili

More Better



Cherry Blossom

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Amope Review & Demo

We all want to keep our feet looking beautiful and the Amope claims to remove dead skin from your feet, revealing beautiful skin. In this video I will review the product that I have been testing for several months and I will give you a demo of the Amope.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Here is the link to my old Baby Foot video (click here).
Have you tried this product? If so, please share your thoughts.

Find me on Instagram @PJD01 and on Periscope @PJD08

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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Foodie Files: I Came, I Saw, I Ate........

This summer you may have heard people raving about Cotton Candy grapes. The picture above captures the moment when I found a boat load of these non gmo grapes at Whole Foods. Although they look like ordinary green grapes, these California based  grapes are hailed for their cotton candy taste.  Yes, you read that correctly. These grapes are touted as a natural means of downing what may be your favorite fluffy carnival confection. I'm no cotton candy expert but I have had a cone or two in my childhood and the taste is unmistakable.  After taking my first bite I definitely picked up the essence of cotton candy. Of course the texture is like that of a regular grape, no sugary grains or sticky residue, just regular grapes.  After the first or second bite the cotton candy taste dissipates and a semi sweet taste emerges.
The next day I carried a sizable portion of these grapes to consume as a part of my breakfast. After about grape number 10, I was done and knew that if I  never saw another cotton candy grape it would be too soon. I understand the novelty of these grapes,  and now I can say been there, done that, but for $3.99 per pound coupled with the odd taste that lingers in my mouth I will pass.
Have you tried these grapes? If so, what say you?