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Collective Sephora Haul

Our 500th post. 500. Jesus.

What better way to commemorate that than with our favourite type of post. Well second favourite, cause comparisons are near and dear to my heart.

Haul time baby.

If you need the behind the scene scoop check out my peeks (username: @lr_interlaceinc) profile. Viewable only on mobile it seems.

Collective Sephora Haul - www.modenmakeup.com
Collective Sephora Haul - www.modenmakeup.com

That's a combination of the Friends & Family and two VIB Rouge trips. I got a few things off the wish list...and then a few more. But I did leave off some. I did! If you want to see the Kat Von D and Sunday Riley things up close check out the links. Everything else will be featured in upcoming posts.

Stila Eye and Cheek palette - www.modenmakeup.com

The only thing that had a rough ride was the Ardency Inn pressed pigment.

Ardency Inn 'Rose Gold' pigment - www.modenmakeup.com

Sharalee says I should just repress it. She's pretending that she doesn't know that I'm too lazy for that.


Anyho, I hope y'all have a great week. Let us know what you've hauled recently in the comments.

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