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Current Wish List

It's been five months since I told you about the products I've been lusting after, so time for an update no?

Obviously being on the Make Out 2014 challenge will *fingers crossed* restrict my purchases this year but I figure it's still wise to keep a list of what has me drooling and review it ever so often to see if I still feel the same way. Limited edition products always tend to get us makeup junkies hot n' bothered but since I'm kindda over it re: M.A.C I don't always feel the "pending doom" of missing out.

Here are the items that currently have me raising an eyebrow while contemplating if to email T.E.A.M Imports or not.

Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil

My brows are in constant need of help. I read a lot of rave reviews about this baby here. The fact that it's cheaper than its Tom Ford counterpart got me too. image

Milani Baked Blush - 11 Bella Rosa

I don't doubt for one minute that I'm getting this. Y'all already know how I feel about these blushes. I barely waiting for my 'sister' Sharalee to message me and say "I got the hook up". Peep Emily's review below.

Lime Crime Velvetines - Red Velvet 

I don't need anymore lip gloss, lipstick, lip nuttin but I REALLY wanna try these. Sigh.

rms beauty - "un" powder

I saw this recently in Pure Source and it's been on my mind eva since. I'm interested to see if it causes flashback.

rms beauty "un" powder -

GlamGlow SuperMud Clearing Treatment

I guess they're paying for all this blitzing in the media. I wonder if they're paying for all the accolades too. Whatever the case, we all got the "wanna try it for ourselves" bug.

GlamGlow SuperMud Clearing Treatment -

And the shoes on my mind:

Is there anything more classic than a Pigalle 120mm? image

And these now give me bad feels *faint* image

What are you lusting after right now?

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