I LOOK LIKE A STRIPPER?! Single Women Car Maintencance Issues | Sunday Syrup

Hit 'Thumbs Up' if you like GRWM videos and random chit chat ;) ♥︎♡♥︎..how was your week? My week was decently productive, although I still haven't found dental insurance lol. ..what I wanted to touch on in the video but was sidetracked by a side note (ha) was the fact that Women of Color are still blatantly excluded from society all the way down to foundation color selections. Here are a few foundations by MAINSTREAM makeup companies even sold in Sephora - let me know what you noticed about the ray of colors available here:
Benefit Big Easy BB Cream/Foundation -- http://full.sc/1aGI1rR
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup -- http://full.sc/1zEJViG
Almay Smart Shade -- http://full.sc/1DVNHvi
CoverGirl Simply Powder Foundation -- http://full.sc/1aGJqhZ
..do they not want us wearing their makeup?! ..anyway, 2 lighten the mood :) I also talk about single women and car maintenance issues, old car struggles, #BlackGirlsRock and how some random poor soul told me I look like Stripper at the bar -_-..it's really a funny story because why get upset bcz he's a jerk? lol..enjoy your upcoming week! #GoodVibes #Positivity #GettingShxtDone
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P U T T I N G O N (in order)
*Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer Illuminator Radius Bronze
*Anastasia Brow Wiz Caramel
MAC Prep and Prime Light Boost
Bobbi Brown Golden Orange Pressed Powder
Loreal Telescopic Mascara
NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer Caramel
MAC Prep and Prime Light Boost
Bobbi Brown Pale Yellow
MAC Soft Focus Pro Powder
MAC Delphic Extra Dimension Bronzer Alluring Aquatic
Estee Lauder 02 Bronze Shimmer
MAC Plum Liner
MAC Faux Lipstick
Loreal Infallible Setting Spray

*on before filming

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