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Letting Go

It's kindda hard to believe that the last installment in this series was in March. A scan through the collection was definitely in order...

Casualty: Seche Vite
Reason: It just turns into a goopy hot mess (even after you put thinners in it)



I'm not too sure if I will repurchase this cause I'm still working through my Orly In A Snap.

Casualty: Black Opal Total Coverage Concealing Foundation 'Rich Caramel'
Reason: The shade is too light for me



I still like this product, I just need it in the right shade. I won't repurchase because I have a lot of concealers already.

Casualty: Avon Beyond Color Radiant Lifting Concealer
Reason: The shade is too dark for me



This came packaged with silver plastic all around it so I would have never known the shade.

Casualties: Boots Deeply Moisturising Lipcare, M.A.C Lipglass 'The Wee Coquette', M.A.C Lipglass 'Wonder Woman' (LE) and L'Oreal Colourjuice 'Cherry On Top'
Reason: old and under used; with the exception of 'The Wee Coquette' which is just ridiculously milky on me.




Casualties: Milani Liquif'eye 'Aqua' and NYX Slide On Glide On 'Purple Blaze'
Reason: They completely dried out




Casualties: NYX Eye/eyebrow pencil 'Auburn' and Maybelline Mastershape eyebrow pencil 'Auburn'
Reason: They're Auburn, what was I thinking? The product itself is good though



Nothing usable is going to waste so don't worry :)

p.s. don't forget to check our blog sale regularly to see what new items have been added.

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