Latest beauty loot products on the blog

Latest Beauty Loot

Latest beauty loot products on the blog

So I got charged for my Sephora yearly shopping – the two day shipping thing and I didn’t know I had it. I bought it and never used it again and now that I had to pay for another year, I figured let’s look around and utilize this thing I paid for. Kinda genius I guess on their part.

I bought new eyeshadow, blush, and a few other things I thought I’d just share my latest beauty loot!

  • Eyeshadow Palette: Anastasia Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette. It has 8k reviews and almost 5 stars so I knew I had to get it. I know the pink red shades might seem crazy but they really don’t look those intense shades, they add some color and I really like how it makes my eyes pop! I’m getting more bold with makeup, it’s so fun!
  • Color Switch Brush Cleanser: Color Switch by Vera Mona Brush Cleanser is a sponge and you rub your brush all over it and it grabs the color so you can use the same brush and use another color. The reviews were nearly 5 stars and the video tutorial sold me! I can say already that it definitely works and I have no idea how, it’s like magic!
  • Brush cleanser soap: Solid Clean Solid Brush Cleaner is pretty much a soap bar in a tin and the other side has this pink prickly thing that you can rub your sponge on to help get it clean. It was only $14 and got nearly 5 stars with 1k reviews. I wash my brushes every few weeks, I should be better I know but I only wear makeup when I go out of the house, most work days I don’t wear makeup to give my skin a rest.
  •  Blush Palette: $28 for 6 colors. The Contour Blush Palette from the Sephora Collection seemed like a good deal. So far so good, I was a bit hesitant on the Sephora brand but it’s worked for my needs. I’m not sure if it has staying power so I’m watching to see how it holds up.
  • Blush Brush: Beauty Magnet Brush from Sephora Collection. It was only $12 and it works, but I want a bigger brush so I might get a powder brush and use this one for contouring.
  • Body cream: Paula’s Choice Daily Replenishing Body Cream was sent over by PR it claims to hydrate, smooth and firm. It doesn’t feel greasy which I like for those lotions that say they hydrate but make you feel like you need to dry off before you put clothes on.
  • Neck and Chest Cream: Nécolleté Age Reversal for Neck and Chest I requested this to to try from Osmotics (a brand I’ve worked with before) because obviously this is something I am now paying attention to. Before and after photos show broken capillaries on the chest almost non existent.
  • Body Lift Cream: Hey if I don’t have to work out but I can tighten up – just kidding, just kidding. This Blue Copper 5 Anti-Aging Body Lift cream had some impressive before and afters for crepe skin and tightening up skin in general – who doesn’t want tighter skin? The reviews looked impressive so I wanted to give it a shot and requested it be sent over. Rubbing this all over my body.
  • Lip gloss: Used 100 of my Sephora points and got Anastasia Lip Gloss in St. Tropez. It’s a metallic finish and it is what I’ve been wanting to add to my makeup drawer wondering if I could layer a metallic over some glosses. This one is a little sample size and perfect for touchups on the go so it’ll fit in my purse or clutch. There’s a chance I’ll want the full size by fall.

Latest beauty loot products on the blog

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive thrift shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party. She continues to blog weekly.


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