Thursday, August 7, 2014

What's In My Makeup Bag? (As of August 7th, 2014)

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My primers and liners for the month. That Coola Tinted Matte moisturizer is almost completely gone, so I just shoved it in there to make sure I finish using it. And I would like to keep trying to use that bareMinerals 5-in-1 that I received in my ipsy bag last month.

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All new mascaras! And I have to say, I have used that CKone mascara so much since receiving it from Ulta as a birthday gift! It is quickly becoming one of my favorites!

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I decided I wanted to keep playing with my Lorac Pro 2 palette. And I figured I'd play some more with Naked 2 as well. The Glamour To Go palette is more out for the blush and bronzer, and I'm still really, really loving the Jouer palette, and wanted to keep that handy.

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While in San Diego, my sister-in-law gifted me that Tarte Exposed blush, which I believe she received in a Pop Sugar box. I've used it a couple of times and I like it! It's a really pretty color! The blush is an old favorite, and the bronzer, which I really like, is also from last month's ipsy bag.

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And finally... face! I am almost done with that lumene time freeze, so I decided to try and finish it off this month. And I really need to use that concealer more!

I'm pretty excited about my choices this month! I've used the Lorac Pro 2 and the Naked 2 together, and some of the colors just look so pretty blended together!


  1. Love this selection of product! Speaking of Naked palette, I can't wait to get my hands on the naked basics 2 palette! :) Oh, have you heard of Vain Pursuits btw? I've been seeing them pop up all over the place. I think they do something similar to ipsy but for skincare?

    1. Thank You!
      I'm really excited about the Naked Basics 2, as well! It's definitely on the top of my wishlist!

      I hadn't heard of Vain Pursuits before, but after researching it a bit, it seems like an interesting concept!