Too Faced Primed & Poreless, $30.00- I’d been wanting to try a loose powder for a while and when my mom was in town I tried hers by Tarte. I like Tarte products, but found their’s to be a bit too talcy for me, so I went with Too Faced. It goes on very lightly and really helped with oil control and shininess.
Too Faced Born This Way Foundation, $39.00- I’ve been a tried and true MAC foundation girl for 10 years. It’s like spackle and I love it! I wanted to try something a little lighter that I could wear everyday (I don’t really wear makeup daily), and the saleswoman at Ulta recommended Too Faced Born This Way and I was not disappointed. It feels a lot lighter than MAC and covers just as well.
Urban Decay Makeup Setting Spray (1 oz), $14.00- I’d been seeing a lot of beauty/ YouTube vloggers talking about this setting spray. I don’t really see the point in a “setting spray” because my makeup seems pretty set when I put it on my face, but those little kiosks by the checkout line get me every time with their samples. To be honest, I don’t know what this did or didn’t do, but for $14.00 I ain’t mad at it.
Too Faced Beauty Balm, $34.00- This. Y’all, I am a BB cream kinda girl. I wear it solo or under my full makeup. I love this one because it has a bit of shimmer and I also recommend the Stila HD Beauty Balm that I’ve used for years.
Real Techniques Sculpting Brush and Powder Brush, $9.99 each- All of my brushes are the Real Techniques brand and I was happy to add these two to my collection. I used the powder brush to apply the Too Faced Prime & Poreless and the sculpting brush for contouring (I use the Anastasia kit). Both did great but I love, love, love the sculpting brush and have no idea how I’ve just now purchased one?!?
Sebastian Light Shampoo($16.00) & Conditioner ($17.08)- I’d been using the Sebastian hairspray for the last few months and loved it so I decided to try their shampoo and conditioner. If you try anything in this post, try these! I have the most unruly hot mess of hair there is! It’s oily but dry, thick yet fine and the only solution I’ve found is to shave it off, but I can’t will myself to pull a Brittany circa 2007. On top of the fact that this smells insanely good, I have noticed a difference in my hair in only a few uses. It appears a lot less oily and when I styled it the other day I didn’t have to use my MoroccanOil Frizz Serum.