Limited-Edition Mary Kay Glossy Lip Oil

I'm ready for Spring. Like really READY. I'm sooo tired of wearing this big jacket everywhere and not being able to show off my pedi (first world problems). I have been playing around with a lot of Spring makeup daily. Mary Kay was one of the first companies to kick off Spring for me. The first thing that caught my eye was the Limited-Edition Glossy Lip Oil.

This innovative lip oil provides a comfortable application with a non-sticky, luminous shine. 
If you follow me on instagram- I got a really good response from everyone regarding the colours.
Left to right:
Sheer Pink 
Magenta Ray
Brilliant Violet


Typical squeeze tube with slated "fluffy" tip for application. 

PRO- It looks like there is a lot of product in the tube.


Now the interesting part. The term lip oil...
I need to revise that term in my head...
These are made with grapeseed, avocado and jojoba oils but it's not the 
viscosity of olive oil or sunflower oil.
I would describe this as more as a creamy lip colour.

BUT.. that doesn't mean that the product isn't a good one.
For me (and others like me), it just means don't expect the texture/feeling of an oil because it gives you a totally different vibe.

Wearing- Brilliant Violet

Pigmentation wise...It's good. I will admit for me. 2/3 colours are not for me.
But I can totally see them being more flattering on a light/medium skin tone.


What do I do with my Wedding Guests?

I actually got an email from a reader (Hi Cindy!) regarding a wedding situation. I thought it would be perfect to share on here because you never know what someone else is going through. 

Her Question-
I'm getting married in April and I'm unsure what to do. The ceremony and venue is far. It's Hamilton. I'm not from there and none of my fam is from there. I have a gap in the middle where I take pictures and do an outfit change. Do I book a few hotel room for a every to stay in? I have no idea what to do.

When I got married, I was in the same position.. kind of. And I had to learn this on my own to let your guests think for themselves. As a bride, it's so easy to get wrapped up in so many different situations. I'm the type of person that honestly does not want to inconvenience anyone and I will look for ideas to make other people happy.... Which usually end up  with me sacrificing my time or things blowing up in my face.

For example, I had a 90 minute gap in between the church to the reception for me to take photos and I was so freaked out how would my guest from the east end feel with the break in the middle. Guess what? They all found a way to occupy themselves! Some went to a park, others when to a coffee shop and some had already planned out staying at a hotel in the area. Don't stress out. Trust me it will all work out. 

Do you have any advice for Cindy? 
Leave it below!