Book Review: Mrs. Claus and the Trouble with Turkeys (Mrs. Claus, #4) by Liz Ireland

Mrs. Claus and the Trouble with Turkeys (Mrs. Claus, #4) by Liz Ireland is the fourth book in the Mrs. Claus book series and is about a turkey that was ordered for Mrs. Claus by the elves that work for her and her husband Nick, also known as Santa Claus, for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday that Mrs. Claus has introduced to Santaland.  Chaos breaks out when the turkey has been kidnapped and Nick's cousin has been murdered. I'd like to thank NetGalley for the Advanced Readers Copy (ARC) of Mrs. Claus and the Trouble with Turkeys (Mrs. Claus, #4) by Liz Ireland.  When my request to read this book was approved, I was happy to receive this novel for free in exchange for my honest review. My first foray into this series was a novella that was a part of collected works, and I thought the story was just okay, so I was happy to see that the series does get better.  It still is a cozy mystery and a bit young for my taste, but it was a lot more interesting.  This is a series that I

Product Review: Boi-ing Cakeless Concealer by Benefit Cosmetics of San Francisco

When contacted me to let me know I was receiving a voxbox with a product in it for me to review, I was ecstatic. I was even happier when I realized it was an under eye concealer because I always have dark circles due to extremely bad allergies. I'm just about allergic to everything outside!

Since I work from home, I don't always wear makeup like I use to when I had to go into an office, so one of the first chances I had to test out the Boi-ing Cakeless Concealer by Benefit Cosmetics of San Francisco was when I went to see the Broadway show Cats when it was in Atlanta. It was the perfect time to try it out because I had bronchitis, and the circles under my eyes were exceptionally dark.

The Boi-ing Cakeless Concealer went on smoothly and was cakeless as promised by Benefit Cosmetics of San Francisco. It blended well into my foundation and the concealer actually matched my skin tones extremely well. Most makeup tends to be too dark for me, even the lightest of the lightest because I'm so pale. It doesn't help me any that I don't sun myself . . . I don't tan; I burn, and I don't want all that sun damage to my skin! (And, I know way too many people who now have skin that looks like leather from years of laying out in the sun or in tanning beds, and I don't want my skin to look like that.)

Because my circles are so dark, I do have trouble finding concealer that actually hides them. Benefit Cosmetics of San Francisco's Boi-ing Cakeless Concealer is the best that I've tried so far, so I'll likely buy this product when I run out of the concealer.

Another thing I liked about this product is that the packaging is minimal, so I like that they seem to be environmentally conscientious. And, the actually container is super cute . . . it is made to look like a pencil with an eraser. It appears that their target audience is likely a much younger one than me, but don't let that stop you from buying the concealer.

All in all, I was very happy with the end result and would give Boi-ing Cakeless Concealer by Benefit Cosmetics of San Francisco 4.5 stars out of 5 stars. I received this product for free from for my honest review.

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