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Thursday, July 21, 2011

PURR Day Thursday: Friskies Party Mix, Trader Joe's and Country Squire cat food and cat treats HAUL!

Hello peeps! We’ve just been very busy with work and family commitments which is why we were not able to update our blog these last couple of weeks. Sorry about that…

Anyway, we’ve been receiving requests from you guys to review different cat foods and cat supplies here on Spicy Beautiful. We’ll review as many cat related stuff as we can so keep reading. For the meantime, you can go here to check out our lazy cats’ stash-o-goodies.

Here are the cat foods and treats we hauled this month. We’ll be reviewing them starting next week. 

To read our review for Friskies Party Mix, click HERE.

ProPet Country Squire Premium Cat Food (Laguum's latest throne)

Trader Joe's canned cat food

Next Purr Day Thursday, we'll be posting the promo mechanics of our Friskies Party Mix giveaway so be sure to check back then!

Friskies Party Mix

What did you haul for your cats lately?

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

From the Fiery Pan: Sunny “Spiced” Up Egg

Sunny "Spiced" Up Egg

Breakfast is one of the toughest meals of the day. It’s tough because I hate waking up and getting out of bed in the mornings! But hey, one of my saving graces is the sunny side up egg. Besides a clean, spotless kitchen and a cup of freshly brewed coffee, that is.

Well, I have taken the traditional sunny side up egg and did my own “spiced up” version. Heck, it wouldn’t be in this blog if it ain’t spicy, right? *wink*

Oh, and a bit of egg-tritious trivia for all of you: Eggs have recently been found to be a rich source of antioxidants. Add that to the fact that eggs are so loaded with protein, and you’ll never go wrong with a hearty egg breakfast!

A slab of butter melting in the pan
Sprinkle with sea salt and crushed red pepper. Looks appetizingly "Red Hot"!
A pinch of black pepper never hurt anyone

Sunny “Spiced” Up Egg
·         2 Eggs
·         A slab of Butter
·         Crushed Red Pepper
·         Black Pepper
·         Sea Salt

1.       Add the slab of butter to a small frying pan over medium heat until butter has melted.
2.       Break the eggs into the frying pan.
3.       Season the eggs with crushed red pepper and sea salt to taste.
4.       Cook for as long as desired. (We want our eggs well-cooked and solid so I cooked them for about 3-5 minutes.)
5.       Add a dash of black pepper on top before serving for that extra kick. Chow down!

SHEER COVER Extra Length Mascara: Review and Swatch

Product Description:
• This mineral based, vitamin-enriched formula contains Panthenol to condition lashes while helping to prevent breakage. 
• Separates and lengthens beautifully for a lush, gorgeous look.
• Available in Black/Brown.
• Size: 4ml / 0.13fl oz

Retails at: £ 8.95

Sheer Cover Extra Length Mascara
I’m not really big on mascaras because I have oily lids and I usually end up with raccoon eyes when wearing one. That kinda’ changed when I tried using Sheer Cover Extra Length Mascara sent to me as a gift from Zane’s Mom.

Black/Brown / 4ml or 0.13fl oz
I was actually surprised when I tried this on because it didn’t budge the entire day. But of course, it ran a little bit but I was able to fix it with a single, feathery light wipe from my fingertip. No makeup eraser or Wet Ones necessary.

It volumizes my lashes without being clumpy at all. It also leaves my lashes so soft after application and gives them a nice length. It separates every single, individual lash per coat which makes it natural looking. I did not experience any irritation, mainly because it’s mineral based.

Sheer Cover Extra Length Mascara - Wand
What’s not to like? Could be the price but considering that it’s such a great product, I would certainly repurchase.

Sheer Cover Extra Length Mascara - Swatch


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