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My Wish List

I know what you're gonna say; I don't need any more makeup. I know, I know. Now if only that stopped me from wanting it.

As I mentioned in this post, I do not support hoarding. So much so that the blog sale list is updated very often with things I wish would find a better home. In addition to that, I regularly give products to my close girlfriends that I figure they would appreciate more than me. Make way for new stuff I say :D
My wish list consists of things I have lusted after for months. It keeps me on the hunt for dupes whilst encouraging me to save towards someday purchasing these items.

My birthday is in 2 weeks so hook a Sistuh up! I kid I kid.

1. Lorac Pro Palette
How long have I craved thee?
You've heard me say before that I'm not all that into eyeshadow but this palette filled with matte and shimmery shadows has changed my mind.

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2. Hourglass Immaculate Foundation
This is the first liquid foundation I've heard of that has a host of skin benefits. Apparently it works wonders for people with oily skin.

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3. Guerlain Terracotta Four Seasons Bronzer
Few brands say lllllluuuuuuussssssshhhhhhh Guerlain. Seeing pictures of this (the top left one specifically) does mek my eyes water.

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4. Tom Ford blushes
I must have one!

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5. Wayne Goss brush collection
You already know!

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6. Chanel Chance
I've come to realise that I like those "clean" scents.



Honourable mentions:

Tarte Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Powder Foundation (and Airbuki Foundation Brush)
All reviews indicate that this powder foundation gives a natural finish while offering great coverage.
It's got my attention.

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Urban Decay Revolution Lipsticks
I've already ordered three of these but somehow I don't think that will be the end.

This list couldn't be mine unless I snuck in some shoes...

Tod's Gommino Driving Shoe
Sigh

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What products do you have your eye on? Share them in the comments.

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