Makeup Inspiration: Peachy Halo, Springtime Vibes 

I created a spring time peachy halo makeup look that I wanted to share with you guys


  • Anastasia Beverly Hills dipbrow pomade: chocolate


  • Crease: Hudabeauty Rose Gold palette: sandalwood and shy
  • Lid: Too Faced Sugar Pop Palette – Macaroon
  • Center of the lid (halo): Hudabeauty rose gold palette “Moonstone”
  • Sparkly liner: Urban Decay Midnight Cowboy glitter liner
  • Lashes: Huda Beauty Scarlett (You need to try these at least once in your life)


  • MAC taupe lipstick
  • Jouer Cosmetics Skinny Dip Lip Topper

Video on how I curl my hair:

Sorry for the bad quality – I find it so hard to capture details in pictures both using my iPhone and my sony a5000. Do you guys have any tips for me? I would greatly appreciate it.

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Summer Trend: Ripped Jeans

Ripped jeans have been all over the place lately and I am loving it! I love folding the bottoms of them up too because it makes them look more cute! Here’s a recent outfit I put together wearing a pair:


Shirt: Some boutique in FL
Jeans: American Eagle
Shoes: Charming Charlie’s
Wristlet: Coach

Similar styles:


  1. Floral Top
  2. Black Off the Shoulder
  3. Pink Off the Shoulder


  1. Medium Blue Ripped Jeans
  2. Dark Blue Jeans
  3. Black Jeans


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What to read next: Matte Makeup That Looks Like Skin 

Which ones are your faves?

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Matte Makeup That Looks Like Skin 

Hard to believe that matte makeup can look like skin right? Well, with the right products they can. Here’s how an oily girl (like me) achieves this. 

  1. Wash face
  2. Moisturize
  3. Apply Urban Decay Quickie Fix Spray
  4. Put on all of your makeup
  5. Apply Urban Decay All Nighter Spray

Honestly, I just bought the Urban Decay Quickie Fix Spray and All Nighter Spray and it’s amazing. If you’ve never tried it before, you definitely should. 


  • My makeup stays matte
  • Keeps my skin hydrated but not oily 
  • Lasts for a long time! (Passed the 12 hour test)


  • The quicky spray smells like coconut oil (it’s a very faint smell though)

The travel set with both of these products inside is $19 and it’s a decent size! 

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Have you tried these products before? If so what’re your thoughts?

If not, what’re your favorite setting sprays/powders

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Sorry if I take a while to respond to comments, currently on vacation, checkout my Instagram (linked under my signature) for pictures 

Battle of the Voluminous Shampoos 

I absolutely love hair that has extra volume! I had been using Big Sexy Hair’s Voluminous shampoo for a while and then I recently started using Tresemme’s Voluminous Shampoo. So how do the two compare?

Honestly, I don’t think Tresemme’s shampoo did anything for my hair. However, when I use Big Sexy Hair’s shampoo I do notice a difference in volume (a natural looking volume of course) without blow drying. They’re both good shampoos, but if you’re looking for more volume go with big sexy hair’s shampoo and conditioner. I buy mine when ulta has the jumbo sizes for 1/2 off so it’s like getting both for the price of one! 

What’re your favorite volumizing products?

What to read next: Peach Halo Makeup Inspiration

Xoxo, Sayeedah ❤

Ps sorry if I’m late replying to comments – I’m on vacation right now but I definitely will asap!

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Sephora Pearl Sheet Mask

Sheet masks have been all the rave, so I decided to try one myself. I picked the Sephora Pearl Sheet Mask because it claims to give you a brightened complexion – which is exactly what my skin needed after all the neglect lately!


I like: It does what it says it does – my face was glowy, brightened, and moisturized the next day. My skin honestly just felt so nice and looked so great! There’s a thick residue after you take the mask off and you’re supposed to massage it in, which I think really helped to make my skin look nice because I left it in overnight.

I don’t like: My only critiques are that it didn’t fit my face perfectly and that it’s $6 per mask – which is fine once in a while but I wouldn’t buy it all the time. Think about it comparatively, you can get a jar of a mask for about $30 with plenty of uses while this one is $6 for one use.


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