What Do You Want to Read?


I’ve been blogging for a little more than 4 years now. It’s grown from being a casual hobby to a full grown passion and I can’t get enough. There’s a problem with that whole “blogging for 4 years” thing. I’m hitting a creative block and I’m hitting it hard. I often sit down with a note pad and pencil and brainstorm posts, but I’m not feeling inspired by most of the things I’m coming up with. It’s tough.

Reviews are always good, but I don’t know what products you want reviews on. I’ve been doing some more posts in the style of my Beauty Exploration series like My Drugstore Eye Essentials post and after reading some feedback, you all really liked that format. Are there other categories of beauty or skincare you’d like me to delve into?

I’m not sure what I want to write about these days and I’d love to know what you want to see from me on Beaus and Bows. Are you into plus size fashion posts? Do you want more beauty routines? What products do you want to see reviewed? Or is there a post I’ve never done before that you wish I’d do? If you’ve got suggestions, I’m listening.

Do let me know in the form below and I’ll get to writing. Thank you much in advance!❤

NYX Liquid Suede Cream Lipsticks.


NYX Liquid Suede lipsticks with a kate spade wallletI’ve been pretty dubious about the NYX Liquid Suede Cream Lipsticks due to the love/hate reviews they received when they were initially released. Some people claimed they were extremely sticky, dry, flaky, and just a mess. To say I was turned off by those reviews was an understatement. I don’t know what changed for me, but I finally bit the bullet and I have no regrets.

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My Drugstore Eye Essentials.

Cover Girl Super Sizer Waterproof; Wet n Wild Photo Focus Eye Primer ; NYX Matte Liquid Liner; e.l.f. Makeup Remover Pen; Milani Supreme Kohl Kajal in Blackest Black with lavender roses

“Holy grail” is not a phrase I throw around. When rummaging through my collection, there wasn’t much that made me think “Wow, yeah, I’ll be able to use this forever. Holy grail.” Skin type and texture evolves through the seasons and over time. I tend to switch up my base and lip products to accommodate any changes I’m experiencing, but there are some things that never waver. My arsenal of eye products. Over the years, I’ve tried a ton of liners, mascaras, and shadows, but I think I’ve really zeroed in on the best of the best. Oh, and did I mention they’re all drugstore?

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