Well…I really gotta call myself out since my makeup purchases got a little out of control this year.Continue reading “Reflecting on my makeup purchases *rings the shame bell*”
I’m extremely tempted by this! I’ve been wanting to try Hourglass’s powder formulas for a long time…oh gosh, this decision is a tough one.Continue reading “Collection Dupe – Hourglass Holiday 2020 palette”
Welcome to my “No, you don’t need that” series where I hopefully talk myself out of buying makeup I don’t need! To be fair, I probably don’t need most of my collection, but as a makeup lover, I need my variety! A lot of the time, I get temped by things that I can do without. I decided that whenever I get tempted, I’ll create a look with what I already have to prove that I don’t actually need it. I hope this inspires you to make use of your collection as well!Continue reading “Collection Dupe – Charlotte Tilbury Vintage Vamp palette”
A while back, I got a Touche Eclat concealer pen when I worked as a product demo. It’s one of YSL’s top selling products, but there’s a lot of mixed opinions. So I gave it a try for myself and here’s my thoughts on who would love it and who would hate it.Continue reading “Natural glowy look with YSL Touche Eclat”
It’s an overcast Wednesday in Toronto. I took a walk to enjoy the fall atmosphere and decided to play with makeup.Continue reading “Effortless fall look with drugstore products”
I try to be individualistic with my style. There’s no such thing as “in season” if there’s a colour I like. However, I can definitely see how my look has changed with the trends.Continue reading “My go-to makeup look then vs. how I do it now”
I’ve been taking better care of my hair since chopping it three years ago. This week, I’ll be sharing some products I’ve enjoyed enough to repurchase.
Life as a makeup lover is a constant debate between “I don’t actually need that!” and “I deserve to treat myself!”
Last year, I went on a no-buy for the first six months. I wasn’t allowed to buy any new beauty related products unless I had completely run out of something. And if I did cave in, had to throw away every product I owned (no matter how expensive it all was), and go to the dollar store with $10 to replace all my stuff. Terrifying right?
The no-buy gave me a reality check on how long it takes to completely use something up. I want to start keeping track of products to use as much as I can. I’ll be doing this in rounds instead of months since I’ll be updating every few months.