Most Disappointing Skincare Product of 2017

At the end of 2016, I really wanted to step my skin care game up. My makeup collection was already expansive but I was settling on cheap skin care. The first step of having a flawless makeup application is to also have a flawless base. My skin was and still is, far from it. I decided to take the plunge and purchase multiple items from Kiehls and Drunk Elephant which I have fallen in love with. I also wanted to venture into Sunday Riley which I had heard so many amazing things about.

Since I already had an array of serums and night products I was really looking for something to use in the morning. Which is why the first product I purchased from then was the Martian Mattifying Melting Water-Gel Toner.


This product runs for $55 at Sephora for 4.4 ounces

This product promises to:

  • Reduce pore size
  • Mattify excess oil
  • Soothe and diminish redness
  • Tone and tighten
  • Purify oily and problematic skin
  • Keeps foundation set all day

How it performs:

Now, these are all things I was looking for in a morning skin care product. This is a gel-like toner that transforms into a ‘water’ consistency when massaged into the skin. It is green when pumped out of the bottle but does not appear green what-so-ever on the face. After the initial application, this product feels great on the skin. It made my skin feel tight but still plumped and ready for makeup application. I had high hopes at first but throughout the day really saw none of the promises this product made.

Every time I use this product I feel like I get oily about halfway through the day, so around 4-5 hour mark since putting on makeup. This happens even when I use my trusted primers and foundations. It’s like it all of a sudden it stops keeping me matte and all my oils resurface at once.

Even though I was immediately disappointed with this product, I continued to use it because sometimes skincare products take a while before you notice the difference in your skin. I’m over halfway through the bottle at this point and can’t really say I’ve seen any improvements with my skin. It definitely doesn’t keep me matte or set my foundation throughout the day. It hasn’t made a noticeable difference in my pore size or the overall tightness of my skin but those are two things that are difficult to measure. My skin is still red and problematic and I know this product has not helped in that area at all.


Unfortunately, this product is a definite no-go for me and I will not be repurchasing. It has also slightly turned me off from Sunday Riley’s skin care products for right now but since I have heard such good things I probably will give them another chance in the future.

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Pore Delete, Does It Work?

Recently,  I decided to venture into the world of The Ordinary skin care. If you haven’t heard of this brand I would definitely recommend checking them out. They have great skin care products at such an affordable price. Deciem, the company that makes The Ordinary, has several other beauty/skin care brands on their site. I hadn’t heard of most but their products were so original that I really wanted to try some other things out as well. One of the things that I was most excited about was Pore Delete by the brand Hylamide. This is another skin care brand but they do have several primers in their collection.

I have large noticeable pores on my cheeks that can sometimes by emphasized by certain products.  I’m always looking for good primers and products that hide or cover-up the pores on my cheeks. I’m really careful about where I apply blush and highlight to avoid emphasizing these problem areas on my cheeks.

Pore Delete | $18.00

The product itself is a light liquidy cream. It comes out as a white color but when blended in quickly turns to clear so it doesn’t leave any sort of white cast. The directions say this product can be used alone without makeup or patted in over your problem areas on top of liquid foundations but underneath your powder products.

The first time I tried this, I used it exactly how the directions said, patting it in over top my foundation on my cheeks. It did immediately start moving my foundation around so I decided to use a sponge to help blend the product back around. This helped and it does take some patience but eventually, my makeup looked as good as new, but with fewer visible pores.

Now the second time I used this I put it on as a primer. It looked great at first, really making my skin look blurred. But the second I started putting my foundation it all went down hill. The foundation was bunching up and sticking to certain places of my face but not the other. It was super weird and I’ve never had a product act that way on my skin. now obviously this isn’t how the product is supposed to be used but since it did look so great on bare skin I thought it would act as a great primer – do not try this.

Whenever I’ve used this since, I’ve waited until I’m finished with my foundation and concealer then tap a small amount on my cheeks with a beauty blender. It does require some patience and effort but afterwards, there is a difference in your skin.

Does It Work?

Although I do see a difference in my skin after using this product, I can’t say I’m obsessed with it. It takes a lot of effort to get your makeup to look good after applying this on top and the difference is so slight, I can’t decide if it’s worth it. I really only use this product when I have the time to take however long I want doing my makeup and I don’t necessarily care how perfect it looks. It doesn’t completely ‘delete’ your pores but it does minimize them, enough that I don’t regret purchasing this product but I definitely won’t be repurchasing.

The left side of my face has Pore Delete on and the right side does not. I used a MAC Mineralized Skin Finish on my cheeks as it emphasizes my pores.

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Skin Food: Korean Skincare Masks

I’ve been slowly trying to venture into the world of Korean skincare. They have so many different and unique products that it can seem intimidating. Luckily Ulta has recently started carrying a larger variety of Koren skincare brands, one of those being Skin Food. This brand has such unique products from a Sake Pore Serum to a Pineapple Peeling Gel and even a Gummy Bear Hand Gel. With so many different products to chose from I thought starting off with their masks would be the best and safest bet.

Skin Food is known for creating products centered around the benefits of food. They had so many unique masks to pick from but I settled with the Egg White Pore Mask, Black Sugar Strawberry Mask, and the Wash Off Rice Mask. I was originally only going to purchase the egg and rice masks but the strawberry mask sounded too intriguing to pass up.

Egg White Pore Mask | $10.50

This mask is probably my favorite out of the three. It’s a very thick opaque white cream. You need a small amount to cover your entire face, which is nice because this product is going to last for a long time. This mask is supposed to clean your pores while tightening and smoothing them. It also promises to control oil and provide anti-aging benefits. I really think this mask stands up to all those claims, except the anti-aging one that’s a little harder to measure. After using it my face feels so clean and refreshed. It’s soft to the touch and my pores are visibly less noticeable. This is a great mask to use before doing your makeup because it really does help control oil. This will help your makeup glide on smoothly over your pores. Another bonus that I was nervous about, this mask really doesn’t have any sort of egg smell or feel like your just putting egg whites on your face.

Black Sugar Strawberry Mask | $11.50

This mask, on the other hand, feels exactly like you’re taking muddled strawberries and smearing them across your face. It smells and looks exactly like that as well. If you have any sort of sensitivity to strawberries, or just don’t like them, this mask is not for you. The only thing this mask promises to do is hydrate and nourish leaving it “fragrant with a strawberry scent.” Not once in my life have I wished for a mask to make my face smell like strawberries, and that’s pretty much all this mask does for me.  Yeah, it does leave it feeling hydrating but I have much better, and less fruity, masks that do the same thing.

Left: Strawberry, Front: Rice, Right: Egg

Wash Off Rice Mask | $10.00

This is another one I have been enjoying. The texture of this mask is a little more chunky nd not as opaque as the egg mask. This mask promises to hydrate and brighten your skin. Although I haven’t noticed drastic differences in the brightness of my skin after using this mask, it does hydrate it and leave it feeling clean and smooth. This mask contains Odae rice water which is featured in many of their brightening products. When using this mask, you want to massage it into your skin before leaving it on for 10-15 minutes. It’s a much lighter mask than the egg one and doesn’t dry down completely. this is great for people who have an issue with masks drying out their skin too much.

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Best Spot Treatment for Acne Prone Skin

I’ve been on the hunt for a spot treatment for my adult acne prone skin for awhile now. Everyone I try is either too drying or I feel like doesn’t do much. Earlier in the month, Mario Badescu was 50% off at Ulta so I decided to check out his products. The only thing I had tried before from him were both the facial sprays – yes, anything that can be easily spritzed onto the face has me sold. I saw the Drying Lotion had amazing reviews and was on the cheaper side at $17 but after the 50% off this was under $10.

Mario Badescu Drying Lotion –

In a 1 ounce bottle, this is a little smaller than your average skin care item. With that being said you need the smallest amount of this so I think this bottle will last me a very long time. The ingredients in the bottle separate but the bottle warns you not to shake the solution. You dip a contain swab into the pink part, that sinks to the bottom, and place the product onto blemishes you have on your skin. I use this as the last part of my night time routine and then sleep with the solution on. This helps dry out blemishes to remove them from the skin but isn’t overly drying on the rest of your skin. Since this product is made with alcohol it does have a strong alcohol scent. This fades after a couple of minutes of having the product on though. I’m a huge fan of this and think it’s great for anyone who has acne prone skin. It’s a great targeted solution for troubled skin. This is a quick step to add to the end of anyone’s skin care routine.


Isopropyl Alcohol, Water, Calamine, Camphor, Sulfur, Zinc, Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Talc, Glycerin, Salicylic Acid

This product is cruelty-free and paraben free

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HUM Nutrition: Is it worth it?

After seeing these vitamins everywhere, in magazines, Instagram, through my favorite vloggers, and even inside Sephora, I was instantly intrigued. Was it the bright packaging, the cute hummingbird logo, or the variety these vitamins come in? Probably a combination of all the above. I can’t necessarily pin point why these grabbed my attention instead of some other vitamins that are constantly pushed on us through social media (I’m looking at you, bright blue gummy bears). After over a month of using these and purchasing a refill of each product, I think I can fully put in my two sense.

Getting Started:

The website itself is super easy to navigate and offers many tools for those new to taking vitamins or skeptical of HUM. They recommend that you first start out by taking their “3 minute quiz” which definitely was much quicker. Through out this quiz you’re asked questions about your lifestyle and what problems you face day-to-day – fatigue, acne, carrying an extra few pounds. You’re then handed personalized recommendations for a combination of their products and a $10 off coupon. You have the option to check out with the products they selected or browse through everything and make your own decisions.

The amount of products they offered and learning what supplements were meant for what was a little overwhelming for me at first. I decided to check out with what was offered for my lifestyle through the quiz. The supplements I purchased:

  • Daily Cleanse – This is the first bottle from this brand that I began seeing everywhere that really sparked my interest. With green algae as the leading ingredient this promises to clear your body and skin from toxins.
  • Uber Energy – Probably the one I was most excited to try out, I’ve self diagnosed myself as having chronic fatigue due to the multiple coffee cups I down a day. This supplement promises to support consistent energy and resist fatigue and tension.
  • Runway Ready – This packet of vitamins combines their Red Carpet and Killer Nails supplements. It’s advertised for ‘glowing skin, glamorous hair and perfect nails’.

How To Fit These Into Your Daily Routine:

This was something I struggled with at first because I’m not used to taking a vitamin daily, let alone multiple at different times. The Daily Cleanse supplement is meant to be taken without food while Uber Energy and Runway Ready are meant to be taken with food. After many days of failing, I finally got into the habit of taking Daily Cleanse right as I woke up. This meant leaving the bottle on my bedside table or in my medicine cabinet so I saw it as I completed my morning grooming. Then I would take Uber Energy and Runway Ready after eating breakfast or lunch. Each of the bottles recommend you take two pills daily while the packets have three pills inside.

This habit was very hard to form considering I don’t have a normal Mon-Fri 9-5 work schedule and I’m in a long-term relationship where we split sleeping at each others apartments. The biggest investment I made that helped me stick to taking these every day, and at the correct time regarding when I’ve ate, was a compact, travel-friendly pill case. I can’t find the exact one I purchase below, but did find these cute Macaron Cases.

Benefits – Outcomes:

Each of the supplements I picked up had different promises and were loaded with a variety of ingredients. All of them though are GMO-Free, Gluten Free, have no animal products (diary, fish, eggs, gelatin), no artificial colors, preservatives, flavors and are free of sugar, salt, yeast, and nuts.

Daily Cleanse contains 15 detoxing herbs (taken from HUM’s website):

  1. Green Algae (Organic Chlorella)
  2. Beetroot (Nutrient Rich Detox)
  3. Red Clover (Skin Cleansing Extract)
  4. Dandelion Root (Powerful Detoxifying Extract)
  5. Oregon Grape Root (Nourishing Root Extract)
  6. Milk Thistle (Restorative Herb Extract)
  7. Alpha Lipoic Acid
  8. Zinc (Metal Detox)
  9. Selenium (Metal Detox)
  10. Copper (Mineral Skin Support)
  11. Manganese (Skin Cleansing Mineral)
  12. Spirulina (Nourishing Green Algae)
  13. Matcha Green Tea (Rich in Antioxidants)

This is the one I was most torn on repurchasing, because it’s the only one I purchased that primarily affects the inside of your body. Making it hard to decide if it was really doing anything. Between finishing my first bottle of this I had about a weeks time before receiving my second bottle. During this time I could really see the difference in my body from not taking the supplements. I felt more bloated and didn’t have that feel-good healthy feeling that’s impossible to describe.

I read online that this caused some people to have digestive problems, which I did notice at first but after getting used to taking this daily that feeling disappears. This supplement really makes your skin and body feel truly cleansed. This acne prone girl had less breakouts and more controllable skin.

Uber Energy contains 12 effective ingredients (taken from HUM’s website):

  1. L-Tyrosine (De-Stressing Amino Acid)
  2. Rhodiola Rosea (Calming Root Extract)
  3. Eleuthero (Rejuvenating Root Extract)
  4. Ashwagandha (Relaxing Root Extract)
  5. Ginger (Energizing Root Extract)
  6. Licorice Root (Adrenal Assisting Extract)
  7. Astragalus Root (Fatigue-Fighting Extract)
  8. Vitamin B6 (Metabolic Wake Up)
  9. Gotu Kola (The “Fountain of Life” Leaf)
  10. Schizandra Berry (Adrenal Adaptogen)
  11. Vitamin C (Energy Flight)
  12. Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)

This has hands down been my favorite supplement out of the three of them. I still drink my morning cup of coffee, because that truly motivates me to get my day started. But I’ve completely cut out the second and third cups through out my day. I’m the biggest culprit of brewing another pot of coffee when I catch myself yawn, especially since it’s readily available at my job, and then getting that obnoxious jittery feeling you get when you know you’ve drank one too many glasses.

This helped me have enough energy for my entire day and stops that mid afternoon yawn fest. After work I generally take a nap before dinner and I’ve also completely cut that habit out. I have nothing but good things to say about this supplement. If you’re also a self-diagnosed coffee addict and fatigue is your middle name, I highly highly suggest giving this a try.

Runway Ready contains 3 powerful ingredients (taken from HUM’s website):

  1. Black Currant Seed Oil (Perfect Source of ALA & GLA)
  2. Sunflower Seed Oil (Great Source of Vitamin E)
  3. Vegan Biotin (Strengthening Formula)

I know there are cheaper alternatives for adding Biotin into your diet so I was super skeptical about this at first. I can 100% say though this has had a great effect on my hair and nails. My hair is very prone to breakage and it got to a point where I felt as if it wasn’t growing at all. Since taking this I have noticed a significant amount of growth the past month and far far less hair falling out in the shower. My nails have also seen a vase improvement. I tend to keep my nails short for my job, and also secretly because they would break the second they grew a little long. I have to trim my nails much more often now and have also noticed how much stronger they feel. Since beginning to take these, I haven’t had a single nail break.

These do come in a convenient travel pack which is nice, but also not very convenient when you’re taking multiple vitamins. I find the package just seems to be a waste. It would be more helpful if their was a way to get all the vitamins you’re purchasing packaged together in the same way.

Where Can You Find These? And For How Much?

I ordered mine off of but these are also available at Sephora! I’ve seen these available also online at a variety of retailers such as Anthropologie and Lord & Taylor.

As for pricing for these supplements:

The regular bottle, see Daily Cleanse and Uber energy, they run for $25 and contain 60 pills (2 per day)

The box of daily packages, see Runway Ready, are $35 and include 30 packs with 3 pills in each

Coupons and Discounts (HUM Nutrition website only):

  • Free Shipping on orders over $50
  • $10 coupon code for first order when you sign up and take the quiz or with my referral code: 116530
  • 25% off when you purchase 3 products

On their website they do set up an automatic order/delivery. This is great if you love the vitamins and don’t want to have to worry about remembering to purchase them every month when you run out. Right before 30 days after your first order was delivered, you receive an email stating the same products you previously purchased are being shipped out on XX/XX date. You can easily click to their website through the email and change the date to be delivered at a later time, this could even be months later or just cancel the order. You can also easily change the supplements to switch things up or add ons to your order.

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The Skin Care Product I Didn’t Know I Needed

Real Techniques recently released multiple new sponges at Ulta. These included a dual-ended sponge for foundation and contouring, a Miracle Finish Sponge for a more natural look, contouring wedges, blotting cushions, a body complexion sponge and lastly their Miracle Cleansing Sponge. All of these sponges are shaped like their original Miracle Complexion Sponge but I’m assuming have different textures and feelings to them. The only one that really caught my eye, which I decided to purchase, was the Miracle Cleansing Sponge.

The Product I Didn’t Know I Needed:

Originally I was nervous this sponge would be too harsh for everyday use since I do have very sensitive skin. I started off using it every other day just in case it irritated my skin. This turned out to not be necessary. The sponge itself feels rough when dry but when it’s wet it becomes super soft and comfortable. When used with a cleanser on the face it provides the gentlest exfoliation, making it okay for every day use. I used this sponge with my regular Cetaphil cleanser but also tried it with a variety of other cleansers. I even tested this out with a light exfoliater that I use every couple of days and it still worked great.

This is such a simple product to add to anyones skin care routine and can create a huge difference. Any facial cleanser will be amped up to provide a deeper cleanse and a smooth base for make up application. This product is latex-free and retails for $5.99 making it a cheap product to transform any cleanser. Another added bonus of this product is how easy it is to clean after your finished using your cleanser and then set out to dry. On Ulta’s website it is recommend to replace the sponge every 1-3 months.

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DIY Spa Kit: Lavender Infused Cocoa Butter Bath Melts

I’m a huge fan of good bath and shower products but they can cost a ridiculous amounts for ingredients you might already own. I chose this DIY as my first in a spa kit series because of how incredibly simple it was. All of these ingredients were easy to find and are great for the skin.

Cocoa Butter Benefits

Cocoa butter is a natural moisturizer that is high in fatty acids. This helps penetrate the skin deeper than a normal moisturizer would. These fatty acids are areoleic acid, palmitic acid, and stearic acid which also provide anti-aging benefits. Since this a natural ingredient it’s great for people with sensitive or irritable skin. The scent of chocolate and vanilla has also been proven to have aromatherapy benefits.

Lavender Essential Oil Benefits

Essential oils each have their own benefits when it comes to aromatherapy. Lavender has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety. It is a popular oil for baths due to its calming properties. Lavender has also been proven to alleviate headaches and improve sleep.


What You’ll Need:

1/4 cup of Cocoa Butter

2 tablespoons of Coconut Oil

20 drops of Lavender Essential Oil

Silicone Baking Molds

~the links above are Amazon affiliate links but are all products I used and stand by~

The Process:

  1. Using either the stove top or a microwave, melt the cocoa butter and coconut oil and mix together. Both of these products are solid at room temperature but melt just above it so they don’t need to be heated up too much or they will over heat.
  2. After mixing these two together and they’ve cooled slightly add the essential oil. You don’t want to add this until your mixture has cooled slightly so that the oils don’t evaporate.
  3. Carefully pour the mixture into the silicone molds.
  4. Let these cool in the refrigerator for 2 hours.
  5. And that’s it! Super simple! It’s important though to store these in a cool dry place. Any warmth or moisture will cause these to melt prematurely. I recommend keeping them stored in the fridge to be safe.


Now pop 2-3 of these into your next bath and relax!




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Biggest Lush Store in North America + Haul

Hey Guys! I recently did some shopping  and decided to check out the new Lush store located in my mall, Tyson’s Corner in Virginia. We used to have a very little shop that was very cramped and hard to walk through and a knew it had been redone but I had no idea it was the largest store in North America until one of the sale’s associates told me. The store is very wide and open with sinks in the middle for demonstrations. There definitely was a much larger selection of products than the smaller store including all of their make-up which I’ve never tried out.

At most stores I usually just let the sales associates know I’m browsing but at Lush I always find them so helpful. You can tell they love their jobs and are passionate about the products. One of the lady’s helped me pick out the face cleanser I bought down below and convinced me to stick with the Tea Tree Toner because of my skin type. I’ve used the toner before but was considering switching it up. Below are some pictures from the shop and a small haul of the items I picked up!


Angels on Bare Skin Face and Body Cleanser and Tea Tree Toner

Angels on Bare Face Cleanser

Rose Jam Blubbleroon

Big Bang Bubble Bar

Sakura Bath Bomb

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Night Time Products for Acne Prone Skin

I have struggled with acne, hyperpigmentation and oily skin since my teens years. It’s something my skin never really out grew. Now that I’m a little older I know more about skin care and really look for products that won’t overly dry out my skin but still help even out my problem areas. These three products I rotate through using each night after washing my face with cleanser and absolutely love them. I know when I wake my skin will look refreshed and vibrant.

  • Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Framboostm Glycolic Night Serum resurfaces skin cells to help your skin look bright, more even and younger. Whenever I use this I know I’ll wake up with smooth skin and it’s really helped my dark spots look brighter. It does have a heavier price tag so I do recommend looking for kits with other Drunk Elephant products to try (all the ones I have tried out have been great).
  • The Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate is a serum that is supposed to work with your skin’s nocturnal activity to help resurface dead skin cells. Very similar to the Drunk Elephant serum, this one helps create such a smooth skin texture and evens out my scarring. This one does sit on top of your skin so I like to put this on about 15-30 minutes before actually going to sleep so I don’t accidentally wipe it on my pillows or sheets.
  • About 2-3 nights a week I use the Kiehls Cilantro & Orange Extract Pollutant Defending Masque. This one was such an odd product to me at first, you place this on as you would any other mask for about 15 minutes and then use a tissue to remove the excess but not all of it. The rest of the mask that sits on your skin you leave on as you sleep. The first time I used this product I was amazed with how my skin looked when I woke up. All my current breakouts were vanished and my skin just looked so refreshed. It’s supposed to help fight natural toxins in the air to prevent dull unhealthy skin.

These are my go-to nightly products. I keep one of the serums at my boyfriend’s house and the other at my house where I split my time sleeping throughout the week so I cycle through both of the serums. I really couldn’t pick which one I like better but if you’re looking for a  unique addition to your night-time routine I would definitely suggest the mask.

Have you guys used any of these? What are your go-to night products?

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Beautylish Lucky Bag 2017

Today I came home from work to see that my Lucky Bag from Beautylish had been delivered while I was gone. I had been anxiously awaiting its arrival since I received the email stating it had been shipped earlier this week. After seeing many posts online about what others had received in their box I was super excited to open mine up.

What is Lucky Bag? 

I had never heard of this box until last year when one of my close friends had gotten it and knew my love for make-up so recommended it to me. I immediately placed my name on the email list to be alerted for the next year. Lucky Bag is an annual box sent out after the holidays by Beautylish. The idea is taken from Japanese culture as explained by an email from Beautylish sent out prior to the launch this year, “The Japanese New Year tradition of fukubukoro inspired us to create Lucky Bags. On New Year’s day, retailers all across Japan offer mystery bags (known as fukubukoro). The bags are full of surprise merchandise, with some bags containing extra prizes.”

This year they offered two different bags: a $75 box (which has been offered in previous years) that promised to have $150 worth of products inside and a $150 box which promised to have $300 worth of products inside. They also hint that some boxes may have well over the promised amount inside and that the mystery is what makes it a Lucky Bag

These boxes were first offered to those who had spent over $1000 on Beautylish in the past year, aka not me, and in that time period the bigger box sold out (which some included the Natasha Denona green brown palette  !!).

If you’ve never bought anything from Beautylish before I highly suggest it! They have a ton of unique brands that you wouldn’t find in stores. As an added bonus their packaging is always super cute. I included the wrapping paper from the Lucky Box behind the picture of the products below!

Now on to the good stuff!

Inside the bag: 

Anna Sui Beauty Mirror – $28

Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo – 6 oz $22

BY TERRY Baume de Rose Nutri-Couleur in 7 Coral Stellar – $56

Wayne Goss Brush 02 – $35

Make-Up Atelier 5 Color Eye Shadow Pallet in T01S Nude – $35

Bioderma Sensibio H2O – 100 mL $6.90


All together I was super happy with everything I got in the box. In total it came out to a little over $180 so that is a great value for what I initially spent on the box. Even though these aren’t products I would necessarily buy for myself, it’ll be nice to be able to try brands that I wouldn’t have normally chose. My biggest disappointments were the shadow palette and the mirror. After seeing other boxes people had received, I knew that some included Natasha Denona 5 color palettes, Viseart palettes and the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette. The pigmentation in the palette I received just wasn’t up to par with what I was expecting, especially with the deeper three colors. The Anna Sui Beauty Mirror was a nice touch but didn’t excite me. I’ve never tried anything from the brand before so it would’ve been nice to receive a piece of their make-up to play with.

What did you guys receive in your Lucky Bag this year?



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