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Eight Brands I Want To Try In 2018

Happy March ๐Ÿ˜Š


I don't know about you but I'm always excited to check out a new beauty brand. Here's a run down of the ones I have my eye on.

Jordan Samuel Skin

Stephanie and Crystal are to blame for this line being on my wish list. The etOlLe with Retinol Treatment Oil is touted as a great alternative for the Sunday Riley Luna Oil. I'm also interested in trying his Mist.

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Sonia G.

The Beauty Blogger and Brush Connoisseur has created her own line of artisan brushes. All the reviews I've seen have been great.

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Tara raves about this entire line. I'm interested in their Vitality Elixir and The Unveil Cleanser Melt Concentrate.

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Rani Cosmetics

I'm happy for Eshani. Her products have also received great reviews.

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Obagi

Brianna has been talking about this skincare line for eons. Stephanie is also a fan of some of the Obagi-C line. I'd like to try the C-Cleansing Gel and C-Balancing Toner.

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While I've heard about the sister brand to CoverGirl for years, I've never tried any of the products. Thankfully it's available locally now at iMart.

Max Factor Display at iMart, The Walk - www.modenmakeup.com


Yes, I've already purchased a few of her MatteTrance lipsticks but I haven't worn them yet ๐Ÿ˜–What surprised me is that I'm really interested in that Mothership II: Sublime Palette. I know I snubbed her lip products before due to the high price tag but yuh know what? I take it back. Secure the bag Auntie Pat.

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Saks.com grudge me and won't let me have this gorgeous Illuminating Powder but I'm still interested in their blushes and lipsticks.

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Let us know what's on your wishlist in the comments.

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