Revlon Review…

I was lucky enough to try the Revlon ColorStay- Angeled 2 in 1 eyeliner, brow pencil & crayon, Creme shadow and mascara…

All of these products stay on ALL day long!  Just Amazing to me.

The Kajal Angeled 2 in 1 Eyeliner is by far the best eyeliner I have ever used to date.  Never before have I been able to apply my eyeliner in one easy swipe.  It also has an Angeled brush on the other end for blending.  This eyeliner does not cry off either!  This is my absolute favorite of all…

The Brow Pencil is also Angeled, which makes applying in just the right spot very easy.  It has a brush on the other end, which allows you to get the look of brow hairs easily.  The Brow Crayon goes on in one easy stroke as well.  I had never used anything before to define my brows, but now I will continue to use these for beautiful definition.

The Super Length Mascara brought out my eye lashes like no other and it stays on all day.  This mascara did not irritate my eyes, like others, so I was able to keep it on all day long.

The Creme Eye Shadow has a brush inside the cap and application is a breeze.  I applied this to the inner corner of my eye in to the center and again just under my center brows.  This really opened up my eyes.

If you get a chance to try Revlon ColorStay, do it!  You will NOT regret it…

Advil Film-Coated Review…

I was given samples of Advil Film-Coated and I have to say, it has helped a great deal with my pain.

1.  No tummy upset

2.  Worked in 15 minutes

3.  Taken with my prescription medication, it greatly increased its effectiveness

This is the first time I have reviewed a product in my blog and I felt I needed too.  

I spend every day of my life dealing with chronic pain.  Often, my prescription medication would not help enough to get me through the day and I would suffer so much.  Finding something that did not upset my stomach, worked fast and helped so much, was a God Send!  I had used Advil Liquid Gels before, but I have found the Film-Coated works better.  I was able to get back to crocheting, which is my passion, and it helps to occupy my mind away from the pain.  Much of my pain is increased due to inflammation, which Advil works on quickly.  My prescription medication does not have acetaminophen or ibuprofen in it, so it is safe to take the Advil Film-Coated Tablets with my prescription medication.  I also only needed to take 2 of the Advil Film-Coated Tablets twice per day.