So here I am, listing to Drunk in Love having a cup of tea and thought, why not blog?

It’s been too long since I let myself spill out onto this blog. The past few months have been hectic as I try to find balance in my life, and while I’m not there yet, I’m definitely getting close.

And boy have I missed this.

There’s something so freeing about letting yourself go and putting your thoughts out into the world (even if there’s no one else reading). It’s one of the things that I’ve found have helped me connect with myself and really manage my depression. The writing forces me to acknowledge the things I’m too afraid to say out loud.

As for how this year is going for me, I’ve reached my weight loss goal which is freaking incredible! I’m now focused on maintaining this weight, staying healthy, and building some strength (those grocery bags aren’t going to carry themselves). If there’s anyone out there reading this who wants to know how my journey went, I’d be more than happy to share! I’ve also really updated my skincare routine and have a bunch of new favorite products I want to share with the world. So stay tuned, I want to build up a little community here and have a ton of fun blogging this summer!


Love, Eunique ❤


So it’s 2018…

And this month has started off crazy but amazing! I’m making a lot of positive changes in my life, and it’s been terrifying but I absolutely love it.

Which is what has brought me back here.  Read more

Current Obsession: Soap for Sinners

We all have that one thing we can never turn down on a shopping trip, right? For me, it’s natural soaps. You see them sitting out being fragrant and amazing, and if I see them (and they’re not an insane price), I WILL buy them. So go back a few weeks ago when I was down in SoHo and discovered Soap for Sinners.

I visited their stall in the SoHo market on Broadway and Prince Street and picked up their peppermint eucalyptus soap and I don’t think I could ever go back. The soaps are all cold pressed, and are made with castor oil, coconut oil, olive oil, palm oil, and shea butter, which leaves the skin nice and moisturized. This is one of those soaps that makes you feel clean, without stripping your skin. This bar also provided gentle exfoliation that I loved.

I loved the soap so much, in fact, that I picked up the peppermint coffee scrub soap recently. This soap provides MUCH more exfoliation, so you have to be a bit gentle with it when using it directly on the skin. However, the bar leaves the skin soft, supple, and refreshed, while the scent of peppermint wakes up all your senses.

I would 100% recommend you check the brand out, because I truly am obsessed. You can check out Soap for Sinners here. Let me know your favorite natural soap brand in the comments below!



Product Review: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brush #14

Let me start this off by saying I thought I had my brow routine perfect. I used my Anastasia Dip Brow in the shade Dark Brown to sculpt the shape of the brow and fill in my insanely thin tails, then lightly fill in the front of the brow with the Brow Wiz in the same shade. Seems extra, I know, but it always got me what I thought were perfect brows. But that’s until I discovered the Anastasia brush #14.


This brush is so thin that it really creates brush strokes that looks exactly like brow hairs. Why didn’t anyone tell me how wonderful this is? I used it for the first time today and I am absolutely in love. Plus, it will save me so much money because we know Brow Wiz runs out in two seconds and Dip Brow will last you 20 years.

Have you tried this brush? Let me know what your go to brow products are in the comments below!




Current Obsession: Clinique Stay-Matte Oil-Free Makeup

Anyone that knows me and my makeup habits knows that I have always loved the Lancome Teint Idole Ultra Long Wear Foundation. It is definitely my ride or die, and I have used it for years. It provides amazing coverage with a gorgeous finish and I absolutely love it! (I’m in the shade 460 Suede W for anyone wondering).

However, I decided I needed something a bit lighter for the summer, and came across the Clinique Stay-Matter Oil-Free Makeup. I am in the shade “Ginger” and oh my goodness I am shocked at how amazing it is.


Paired with my Becca mattifying primer, this foundation DOES NOT BUDGE. I have worn this for 6+ hours before I’ve had to blot at all, and that is amazing for me. It has a gorgeous matte finish that still looks skin-like. It’s a very buildable formula and I can get light-medium coverage. I do always set this foundation with my MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation, which does help to keep my makeup in check all day, but I have always used this method, and this foundation has outperformed SO many other foundations.

If you have oily or oily combination skin (like me), I would highly reccomend you try this foundation out. It retails for $24 at Sephora, and comes in 20 shades. Let me know if you have tried this foundation or plan to pick it up for the summer!



Sephora Favorites Lashstash Review!

Last November, I picked up the Sephora Favorites Lashstash Mascara Wardrobe. I LOVE when these kits come out. I bought a similar eyeliner set two years ago and still have liners from that kit. As an avid lover of trying new mascaras, but of a product junkie in that sense, I was so excited to pick this kit up.

It was an amazing deal at $45. The set includes two full sized mascaras and eight sample sized mascaras.  While a lot of people don’t like the idea of paying for minis, I love it because it gives me the chance to try a new mascara without the three month commitment, plus it has saved me money. This set has lasted me 6 months so far with two mascara mini’s still unopened. In that time, I would have spent at least $50 on mascaras. So an estimated 9 months worth of mascaras for $45 is a great deal to me. But how well did all the mascaras preform?


First up is the Smashbox Photo Finish Lash Primer. It is a while eyelash primer that claims to “lift lashes to new heights, amp up volume, and make mascara last longer.” Now, I don’t know it I had a bad tube, but when I cracked it open it was a thick, gloopy, mess. I couldn’t get it on my lashes evenly to even attempt to pair it with a mascara, so this is a definite pass for me.


Next is the tarte tarteist Lash Paint Mascara. This mascara claims to lengthen lashes for 2700% more volume. I love the brush on this mascara, it is a huge rubber bristle brush, that grabs every single lash and adds tremendous volume. The only issue that I have with this mascara is that it clumps VERY easily if you’re not careful. I usually have to follow up with a lash comb after using this mascara.


Now, I REALLY wanted to love the NARS Audacious Mascara. It claims to be a “buildable, all-in-one mascara with an exclusive, lash-catching brush that separates, lengthens, and amplifies.” It looks absolutely gorgeous on the lashes. It provides volume, length, and separation for lashes that are dramatic enough for a night out, yet perfectly wearable in the daytime. But this mascara flakes like no other. I have never had a mascara flake on me, but before I could even leave the house, I had tiny black flakes under my eyes. If this mascara had worn better, it definitely would have been a new favorite.


Here we have a cult favorite, benefit they’re real! Lengthening Mascara. This is one of my favorite mascaras. It gives you that false lash look without the hassle. I don’t think I’ve come across anyone who hasn’t liked this mascara. If you like length with separation and a natural lush volume, I’d give this mascara a try.


Right now, The Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara is tied for my absolute favorite mascara right now. It has managed to find the perfect balance between length and volume for me. It can be difficult to remove at times, but with a good makeup remover, it comes off without too much fuss. The brush is also pretty big, so if you’re not a fan of large and in charge wands, this may not be for you.


Next on the list is the YSL Baby Doll Mascara. This is the mascara I’m currently using and I like it, but it’s not my favorite. It gives the lashes a fluttery soft look that is super pretty and very daytime appropriate, I just personally like a bit more volume to my lashes. Paired with a more volumizing mascara, it’s served me well.


This mascara was a huge surprise for me. The Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye Mascara was a step down for the volume and intensity I’m used to, but it made my lashes look great. This is a true all in one mascara, that provides volume, length, and lift. I 100% recommend this mascara.


The Urban Decay Perversion Mascara claims to provide length and volume, and it does just that. This is another one of those mascaras with a large wand that can get a bit clumpy if you’re not careful. I personally love to layer this on top of the YSL Baby Doll Mascara so I get the perfect balance of length, separation and volume aka amazing lash days.


The Estee Edit’s The Edgiest Up & Out Double Mascara was a bit of a disappointment for me. At first, I followed the directions on the Sephora website that said to use the volume side, then the lift side to add separation and definition, but that just left me with a clumpy mess. When used in the reverse order, though, gave me AMAZING results. Unfortunately, this is the most difficult to remove mascara I have ever used in my life. Anytime I wore it, I was afraid I’d be losing a few lashes in the removal process.


Lastly, we have the Buxom Lash Mascara. This mascara claims to give you clump free volume, but that wasn’t the case for me. While it did not clump at all, it also did not give me much volume. I got a ton of separation and length, but not much else. If you like a very natural, soft look, I think this would work really well for you.


I hope you enjoyed reading my reviews of these mascaras and I could help point you in the right direction for your mascara needs! Comment below with your favorite mascara or if you’ve tried any of the ones I’ve mentioned!