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Pun De Cuttin Board

A lot of the time, the reason we can't decide if to keep something in our collection or let it go is because we haven't tried it enough. In 2018, let's make an effort to work through our stash so we can weed out the meh products and the things that just didn't work for us. I challenge you to pick out a few products, incorporate them into your routine for a month or two then purge what you don't absolutely love after an allotted time has passed.

Here's how I'm starting:

Pun De Cuttin Board 1 products - www.modenmakeup.com
  • Embryolisse Hydra-Mat Emulsion
  • M.A.C Pro Longwear Paint Pot 'Layin' Low'
  • L.A. Colors Grafix Eyeliner 'Teal'
  • Illamasqua Beyond Powder 'OMG'
  • Givenchy Prisme Libre Mat-finish & Enhanced Radiance Loose Powder '3 Organza Caramel'
I figured five items was enough; especially since I now gotta get back in the habit of wearing makeup 😩 It's embarrassing how long I had that Givenchy powder and it ain't even open. Rosita raved about the translucent version so I decide to give the product a try. 

Givenchy Prisme Libre Mat-finish & Enhanced Radiance Loose Powder '3 Organza Caramel' - www.modenmakeup.com


'OMG' was not the shade I wanted in the Illamasqua highlighter. I should have payed more attention while ordering from Beauty Bay. It was 'Deity' I was after...I might still get it 😜

Illamasqua Beyond Powder 'OMG' - www.modenmakeup.com

Are you going to join me on this adventure? Do you do this type of thing already? Let us know in the comments.

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