Another short one for you today as I can’t quite bring myself to look at my black liquid liners. Who knew you could collect so many of the same product? I’m getting rid of my eye primers today, and there are only a couple to get rid of. This is because I love the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion or just using concealer or cream shadows to primer my eyes. Bring on the declutter!
I always catch the news about the Estée Lauder company beauty bags far too late. They’re sold out and the bargains have been picked up before I even hear a whisper of them. But not this time, oh no! This time I spotted it early on and managed to grab a beauty bargain. The most recent beauty bag was the Estée Lauder Beautiful Escape, containing £73 worth of products from a variety of Estée Lauder owned brands for just £25!
This is the second of three eyeshadow palette declutter posts; who knew I had so many eyeshadow palettes? Oh wait, I did. Today I’m sharing my declutter of my larger drugstore palettes, as opposed to the quads in my collection. Please don’t judge me for the amount I’m getting rid of; my drawer is still full!
I don’t need to rave about my favourite setting spray, the Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray, anymore than I have in the past, but what I can say is that it’s quite pricey. I’ve been looking for some budget options to replace my favourite but I’ve been struggling. Some I’ve enjoyed, others not so much. But the Makeup Revolution Pro Fix Illuminating Setting Spray is one that I’ve been using for a little while and it’s time to give my 2 cents about it.
I’m back on the declutter hype today, and sharing which of my high end eyeshadow palettes I’m getting rid of. I’m not actually binning any of these bar one because they definitely still deserve a little more love, but I’m going to pass them onto friends and family to see if they can give them a new home. I personally hate getting rid of high end products, but my eyeshadow drawer is bursting so I have to say goodbye to some palettes I just never use.