In 2018, Milani surprised many makeup lovers by releasing two incredible eyeshadow palettes: Most Loved Mattes (review here) and Bold Obsessions (review here). Because of their success and popularity, I can only speculate, they went ahead and released two more of these 12 pan palettes! Today I’m here to tell you all about Pure Passion!
I thought this would be a fun post to look back on and reflect on what eyeshadow products I bought last year, whether I still have them, how I feel about them, etc. I decided to do this with only Sephora purchases as I was able to go far back and see what I had picked up. Are you ready to dive in with me?! Hope so!
I am actually quite surprised that I didn’t buy too many palettes the first 7 months of the year… wait a minute. Actually, I’m not surprised. I know that I tend to stay away from Sephora the first few months of the year because I spend my holidays buying tons of makeup. Thankfully, that did not happen this year, but I remember doing that years prior. Either way, I wanted to make this post to show myself just how much I buy and hopefully talk myself out of buying so many unnecessary eyeshadow palettes because I don’t need them all.
For my first post of 2019, I decided to do a review on the brand new NARS Skin Deep Eyeshadow Palette! I’d seen this palette posted on the NARS Instagram page, but decided to wait until i could find some swatches done by someone before buying. After seeing swatches, I decided to purchase this using my Ulta points!
The Urban Decay Elements palette was one I had my eye on as soon as I saw promo pics. I’m a huge fan of these mostly shimmer palettes – I’ve got plenty of matte shades in my collection that I can pair them with so I don’t necessarily need an all-in-one palette. Urban Decay was very generous in gifting this to me so I was excited to receive it and decided to review it for you!
Hello everyone! I am here today to provide my thoughts on 2 of 4 the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill vault palettes that I’ve been testing for the past two or three weeks. I ordered all 4 of them as soon as they became available at Ulta. I could have gone the Morphe route, but I love to buy things from Ulta if they are available there for the sole purpose of accumulating points to use as rewards later. I decided to get all 4 because they were all very appealing to me.
I think we were all pleasantly surprised when Sephora announced that they would be having a Beauty Insider Appreciation Event Haul that included 20% off for VIB Rouge, 15% off for VIBs, and 10% for BI. They only have this event 2 times a year: during the Spring and during the holidays, so this one left us all wondering… huh?! But we’ll take it!
It’s been quite a while since I’ve written a blog post dedicated to my favorite beauty items. It’s actually a little hard sometimes to do them since I have enjoyed shopping my stash and rotating products since January. Can you believe I’ve actually kept it up for half the year?! There were some really great items I used this month so I felt I HAD TO post about them. Continue reading
I am here to share something with you that I honestly really didn’t think I’d ever get: KKW Beauty Classic palette. I didn’t think I’d ever buy anything from her line, but this one intrigued me very much. But I didn’t purchase it quickly. Hell, I even waited a few months, but I finally pulled the trigger… and I’m glad I did. Continue reading
I was very shocked when I received the new Born To Run palette by Urban Decay. I haven’t been purchasing makeup since the Spring VIB sale and decided that this would be my next buy with a 20% off coupon code Ulta sent over. Although I ended up receiving it, I am glad to know my money would have been well spent because *SPoiLeR aLerT* I love it!
This review is LONG overdue. I was getting ready to do my weekly makeup review on my Insta Stories (happens every Saturday and I’ve had good feedback with it so far) when I noticed that as much as I use/love and talk about these Gen Nude blushes, I haven’t really dedicated a blog post to them. So I decided – why not? And here we are.