Hello, my friends! Today, I have a review of the Tatcha The Silk Canvas primer, something that I’ve been meaning to try for a very long time. I have to be honest, I’m one of those people who don’t “believe” in primers. It’s not that I don’t think they work, it’s just that I normally don’t have issues with my makeup fading or breaking up throughout the day, so I’ve always felt like my skin doesn’t really need them. However, when this came out, I was really intrigued by the blurring properties of this primer. During last year’s winter Sephora sale, I decided to buy the mini so I can test it out. Tatcha is definitely a luxury brand, so I thought the mini would be a good way to try the product without spending so much money on the full size.
Hello, my friends! I hope you are all doing well and hanging in there during this quarantine. It’s been a hot minute since I’ve blogged – actually, I don’t think I’ve come out with a blog post since starting to self-distance! I just haven’t been very motivated to come out with any content, to be honest, and I’m completely okay with that. I’ve been busy spending time partaking in my other hobbies, and I’ve been loving it!
Today I have a review of Tatcha’s Dewy Skin Cream. Tatcha is quite a luxury brand, and I’ve always felt that most of their products may not be really worth the price. With that being said, the Dewy Skin Cream was one of their products that I have really been wanting to try. With it being such an expensive product, I wanted to write a review to talk about whether I think it’s worth it or not! As a reference, I have dry skin that gets the occasional dry spot. It’s not particularly sensitive, but I do have some hyperpigmentation and texture issues every once in a while. Read on to see my review!