Okay, so I have a confession to make.. I’m obsessed with Shark Tank, literally, it’s a problem ha. I was so excited that I was approached to try out one of the items that were featured on shark tank called Ruckpack.
This energy shotwas originally founded by Marine Special Operations Forces in the battlefields of Afghanistan, RuckPack is military service-member owned and operated. RuckPack remains committed to their military roots, and everything RuckPack offers is designed with the warfighter in mind. RuckPack is made in the USA and is committed to giving up to 10% of profits back to charity.
So, I will admit, I’m really not a huge energy shot/drink person but with me feeling tired all the time and just have no energy, I’m glad I gave this a try. I think what makes this product even more that it is owned by veterans.
With all the concern over the dangers of energy drinks and energy shots, this is a healthier alternative. With a non-caffeinated and a moderately caffeinated version, RuckPack offers alternatives to the current mega dosing of caffeine that currently exists within the energy shot market. RuckPack® Energizer Nootropic Shots are made with natural sweeteners, colors, and flavors. The caffeinated shot even contains natural caffeine from green tea. No sucralose. No synthetic caffeine. Plus, RuckPack® works to counter the negative effects of caffeine in other ways. Theanine helps blunt caffeine’s attack on the central nervous system while improving focus. Citrulline, a vasodilator is used to counteract the vasoconstriction caused by caffeine. We also add a powerful anti-oxidant, CoQ10, to restore a benefit of coffee lost during caffeine extraction. Now you can get all the benefits of caffeine while minimizing the side effects and bolstering the cognitive benefits!
You can try Ruckpack by clicking here (http://www.ruckpack.com) and using the code ” BB003″ to get 20% off your order!
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I always get so excited when my Ipsy bags come in, but this month I was slightly disappointed. I received of course 5 items and this adorable lips makeup bag. I received the NYX whipped lip & cheek souffle in plush, Skyn iceland face wash, the Balm Blush in Balm Springs , Trust Fund beauty nail polish in whats a budget, and Luna eyeshadow in Jade.
I wasn’t crazy about any of the colors on any of the products. The blush & eyeshadow weren’t very pigmented and it barely showed up on my skin. The NYX whipped lip & cheek souffle nice, but the color like the shadow and blush not my favorite. The nail polish was adorable, I’m kinda obsessed with the name of the company and this color name? Whats a budget, seriously adorable.
Hopefully next month the Ipsy bag will be more on point, but if you’re interested don’t forget you can subscribe to Ipsy for $10 a month and get a makeup bag and 5 products to try out!
So.. I’m going to fully admit that I never really bought drug store makeup before. Like I have a few odds and ends of things, but not enough for me to have a real feel on the quality of the product. I work in a back office, full of cubes and seeing the same people everyday with no one to impress, I don’t really
like enjoy wearing my expensive makeup products to work. I know that sounds ridiculous, but when I spend $50 on a foundation I want people to see it ( not at work).
I went into Ulta deciding to pick up some basic makeup products from Maybelline, wanting to buy more than just the standard my boyfriend wouldn’t let me. Anywho, I picked up the Liquid Mousse Foundation, Fit Me Pressed Powder, brow precise pencil, and the master fix setting spray.
On with the point of this post, I have to say I am 50/50 on these products with my most favorite 2 items being the liquid mousse foundation and the pressed powder ( both nude beige). The liquid foundation went on smoothly, it didn’t feel cakey and it had a really good amount of coverage. The fit me pressed powder was great to set my foundation with, but there was a ton of product that came off the brush real quick.
The brow precise pencil ( dark brown), eh I maybe extremely biased because I’m a ride or die for the ABH Brow Wiz/Definer/Pomade, the retractable pencil went on smoothly, but really sucked to fill in my brows and I wasn’t crazy about the wand. Last but not least, the master fix setting spray. It felt good being sprayed on my face and it didn’t make my face look oily, but it didn’t hold sh** in place! These both will be a pass for me I think in the future.
What are your favorite drug store makeup products?
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Liquid Mousse Foundation | Fit Me pressed powder | Brow precise | Master fix spray
I seriously love getting my Ipsy bags, it’s a fun way to try different brands of makeup for only $10 a month. Each bag comes with 5 items, some are a hit or miss and they’re mostly travel size products but I’ve had my share of yays and nays. This month, I received some BB cream, a brush, urban decay highlighter, Caked Liquid Lipstick, and some hair masque. For this post, I am going to review the Urban Decay Highlighter and the Caked Liquid Lipstick.
I was having high hopes for the Urban Decay highlighter in the color sin, it’s supposed to last for 8 hours and give you an afterglow and it wasn’t really what I thought it would be. I have fair skin, so the highlight didn’t show to well on my face unless I layered it on, but it did stay put for majority of the evening.
Next up is the Caked liquid lipstick in low key, if you’ve been reading my blog I am OBSESSED with liquid lipsticks and I was so excited to try this. Initially I loved it, it glided on smoothly but I wasn’t crazy about the applicator, the color was gorgeous BUT it lasted maybe 2 hours drinking/eating and really dried out my lips, and it was also pretty hard to take it off without it staining my lips.
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Ipsy subscription | Caked | Urban Decay