Buying make-up is always a lot of fun and stress releasing because you find yourself in the magical world of colors, bottles, smells and textures. And you have an opportunity to choose something new that you have never tried before – and who knows may be its your new ultimate favorite? That is so exciting!
I personally love make-up hauls – there could be so many new products that you’ve seen before but never paid attention too, or you always wanted to buy but never did for some reason and now you’re waiting for a review to storm out the next day to the nearest store.
Buying make-up is so relaxing and no wonder I was in a mood to get this feeling back home when I was in my favorite skincare and home store – Bath and Body Works. I couldn’t leave the place without an amazing Bath and Body works Aromatherapy Stres Relief Eucalyptus Tea Body Cream ($15.00). It smells so incredibly good! Can’t wait to use it before I go to sleep.
I love to do glow looks even on daily basis and I just couldn’t resist getting Nars Copacabana Illuminator ($33.00) (such a beautiful champagne silvery color!) that you can easily use alone under or over the foundation or mix it in with your foundation to make it more glowy and healthy looking! And, of course, I needed to make a repurchase of my fave Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz ($21.00) for even more perfect brows!
I also finally decided to cave in the naked theme in lips (especially after getting the Naked pallets!) and purchased the Urban Decay Naked Ultra Nourishing lipgloss ($20.00) in color Naked and a matching Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-on Lip Pencil ($20.00) also in Naked. Looking forward to try them both and I really wonder if I will like them as much as I adore my Naked palettes – Urban Decay tend do such awesome products!
As it is a collective haul I couldn’t resist mentioning my drugstore findings! I love most of the Revlon products I tried so far so I decided to check out their Revlon Colorstay 16-hour Eye Shadow (£7.99 or $7.49) in color Seductive because I am such a fan of cool purple colors and I thought it would also be nice to try out the Revlon Powder Blush (£7.99) in color Racy Rose that reminds me so much of some Nars blushes – let’s see maybe we can find some dupes! And also being so happy with my Revlon Color burst Lip balm I couldn’t miss their original Revlon Color Stay Lacquer Balm (£7.99) in color Demure (gorgeous rosy peach color with tiny sparkles in it) that has already been raved so much about among the beauty bloggers.
And, as you already know, I was so impressed with my Bourjois 123 Perfect CC concealer that I decided to try their famous Bourjois 123 Perfect Color Correcting cream (£9.99) and also got the Bourjois Healthy Balance powder (£8.99) in case I want to set the cream foundation. I wonder so much how this will turn out and I really want it to be as perfect as everyone says!
Finally, I have already told you about my recent obsession with the Korean cosmetics so that is no surprise that I ordered two new products from Tony Moly. I can’t say I suffer that much from dark circles but sometimes there’s a little puffiness under my eyes and I really wanted to get something capable of refreshening and the Tony Moly Panda’s Dream So Cool ($5.60) eye stick promises to provide cooling effect, to prevent dryness and to take care of wrinkles – let’s see how it really works! And if you read my February favorites you know that I liked the Tony Moly pang pang volumizing mascara in an orange tube so I decided to try out another of their mascaras in a pink tube – Tony Moly Double Needs Pang Pang Mascara Kill Heel Curling ($6.70) that promises some exceptional curling effects to your lashes.
If you are interested in any of those products I will be happy to make a full review on those of your choice – please leave comments down below stating what make-up items you me to test first!
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