Minggu, 16 Agustus 2015

A Few More Favorites From the Loreal Infallible Line and Two Recipes

I recently shared some of my new favorite makeup from the Loreal Infallible line. You can see that post HERE

The Infallible makeup did so well in our heat and humidity, I wanted to try their eyeliner and lip color too and I wasn't disappointed! 

I bought the Infallible Pro Last Lip Color and the Infallible Never Fail Eyeliner

loreal infallible eyeliner

The lip color looks like this...

The lip color is on one end and the clear balm is on the other. You first apply the color, let it dry for two minutes, then apply the balm. They claim it lasts for 24 hours and I agree!!! I applied it early in the morning and I think I reapplied the clear balm a few times during the day, just to keep my lips moisturized. 

I ate three meals, sipped soda from a can (I know...SO ladylike, right? Hee hee!) drank coffee, etc. and it stayed on really well.

At the end of the day, I tried to wipe the color off and it didn't budge. I then tried to remove it with Vasaline, and again, it didn't move. So, I tried removing it with two different soaps in the shower and once more, it stayed put. The color dulled a bit, but was definitely still there. I finally gave up and went to bed. When I awoke in the morning, there was still a little color on my lips!

What I liked about it (besides the staying power) was that the color didn't transfer. It didn't come off on my coffee cup or on my pillow at night. Definitely a thumbs up from me! 

Next up, I tried the eyeliner...

Here's what the packaging looks like...

They claim it lasts 16 hours, and I have to agree. Keep in mind that's really saying something in our triple digit heat and humidity. :) I walked all around my son's college campus for two hours in extreme heat and it did just fine. The eyeliner didn't smudge or come off all day long, yet it still came off pretty easily with Vasaline at the end of the day. I'm making this Infallible line my summer (if not year round) makeup. Love it!

I recently mentioned that I was trying Tiffani Thiessen's recipe for a corn on the cob sauce made with sriracha, mayo, and a few other things. It was a hit! So, as promised, here's a link to the recipe:

It was way too hot to be outside grilling, so I just boiled the corn and I also skipped the cilantro. I love cilantro, but forgot to buy it at the store. :) 

Here's a pic of mine...

It was really good and I even added a little to my BBQ chicken that night. :)

Oh, and since I got a few requests for my BBQ chicken recipe, here it is...

*Five boneless, skinless chicken breasts (thawed)

*One red onion (sliced)

*One yellow onion (sliced)

*One bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce

*Garlic powder (to taste)

*Cumin (to taste)

Throw everything in the crock pot and cook on low for 8 hours. Then shred chicken and return to crock pot for 30 minutes. Serve on hamburger buns, ciabatta buns, or whatever you like. 

Y'all have a great day!


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