Today, I’m featuring a lower budget plumper: Bee Pouty by mark. I’d just like to take a moment to tell you how it friggin’ irritates me when people don’t bother to capitalize names. Total fail. Anyway… Unfortunately, I didn’t see this product on mark’s website. I’m sure it’s available elsewhere, but I’m exhausted and can’t be bothered to do an extensive search. Love you guys!
Application: One immediate con is that I hate glosses where you twist up the product into the brush. However, the smell makes me forget about that immediately… I wish the ingredients were listed on the packaging so I could tell whether or not it’s toxic to eat. Seriously, delicious. Even though the product has a bee/honey theme (the tube is orange and decorated with a honeycomb pattern) it smells like an amazing mix of chocolate and caramel. I kind of want to twist the rest of the product out into a spoon. Okay, okay, I licked my lips… Doesn’t taste good. *sadness* The gentle hint of tinglyness is pleasant, as well.
15 Minutes: There’s a hint of raspberry to the scent, too. I want to bottle this and then bathe in it. Or perhaps rub it over my entire body. The gloss also feels amazing, too. It’s not sticky or anything. Seriously, I can’t get over the scent. I want one of those molten chocolate cakes with the caramel in the center. I’m halfway set on actually driving to the grocery store and picking up a freakin’ cake. Unfortunately, I’m not seeing much plumping. Maybe a little bit around the edges of my lips. The gloss itself is a pretty honey color, and it looks very pretty on my lips.
30 Minutes: Alright, so basically no plumping occurred here today, folks. However, I would would highly suggest you pick up one of these glosses for the smell alone! Just remember, ladies… If you get so caught up in sniffing the gloss that it winds up in your nose-don’t then use it on your lips.
Also, I bring you a picture of my dinner. This is pretty much my new favorite meal…
I know, I know… Not exactly beauty related-except for the fact that what you eat is pretty much what you are. Tonight, I am garlic chicken Rice-A-Roni, corn, and a diced green tomato. Really easy to prepare, and pretty damn delicious. Also, it’s great for anyone on a budget! A ripe tomato, peppers, onions, etc. would also be really good mixed in-even some grated cheese. Rice-A-Roni is a really good base for a meal!
Full & Fancy,
The Beauty Sniper