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Lip Product Declutter

This is just your ever-so-often reminder to go through your collection and get rid of anything that smells off or whatever you know you're not going to use. I'd encourage you to also have a little swatch party to remind yourself of what's in your collection. #LipSwatchWeek, while costly, forces me to go through products and at the end I determine what I trash or pass on 😊

Here's what left the fold recently:

'Irresistible' was the only thing I had to throw away from the list above. Additionally...

Lip product declutter - www.modenmakeup.com
Lip gloss declutter - www.modenmakeup.com
M.A.C Lipglasses and a Dazzleglass ready for Back-2-M.A.C

Totally sad to see my beloved Butter Glosses go 😭.

What found other homes...

Lip product declutter - www.modenmakeup.com

Those NickaK glosses come in gorgeous shades but I'm not a fan of the brush applicator. That 'Cognac' Bite Beauty Matte Creme Lip Crayon was a #fav but alas...gotta be reasonable.

Do you have the heart to declutter your lip products? Let us know in the comments. 

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