This is the one make up empty I have to share with you for February and March - I don't know how you guys finish so much! 😅 It's the Alverde gel eyeliner from my project #finish17in2017
. It got super think and unusable. I tried reviving it but it didn't work. So done it is.
🌺🌸Happy Friday🌈✨SWIPE for more🙂
Hit baby pan in my #physiciansformula
Summer Eclipse Radiant Bronzing powder. I've been using this for a while now and told myself the other day I would switch it put once I hit pan. Welp now I have, time to change things up.
#panporn #bronzer #panningcommunity
So many #empties
Milani eye primer: hands down the best primer I have ever used. 16 hours later and my hooded, oily lids haven't creased my eye shadow at all.
Uncle Harry's peppermint clay toothpaste: I have been using this for years but I really couldn't see myself using anything else. I always found the concept of brushing your teeth with something sweet to be really off. This doesn't taste like dirt, which is what most people assume. It's slightly salty but primarily mint.
Marc Jacobs coconut primer: also love this stuff. I am weird about primers and don't generally like the feeling of them, but this feels like silk on your skin. It IS expensive but it took me over a year to use it up.
Pacifica coconut shave whip: most shaving creams in a spray can are not cruelty free, and the cream in a tube seems to be common along the natural bath & body brands. The title is misleading because in no way was this a whip. It was a straight up body cream. At $14 the price was absurd because you get a month or two of usage at best, and I only shave my legs twice a week! I have bought a replacement from a different cruelty free brands that gives twice as much product for half the price. We'll see how that goes!