What better way to lead up to Christmas than sharing my absolute makeup favourites?
Inspired by the song “12 days of Christmas”, I’m going to be doing a post a day with my favourite products for each category (foundation, powder, eyeshadow, etc). The first day (today) will have one favourite from a certain category, the second day will have two favourites from another category, the third will have three, and so forth. Which are the categories? Well, that’s a secret until the time of publishing.
Being that for the first day I could only choose one item, and I can’t bring myself to choose just one favourite from a category (could you imagine, just one lipstick? Or one blush? Impossible), I chose a brand. My favourite makeup brush brand. On the first day of Christmas, myself gave to me…
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So Sephora speaks American English. Even in European stores. I’m gonna shut up before saying anything too politically incorrect over the lack of an “u” in the product name and show you what you came here for.
This won’t be an in-depth review as I haven’t tested these products fully, but more of an insight of what you get with this set, and if it’s worth it. The regular price is 32,60 euros but I purchased it with 20% off.
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Having been a makeup
hoarder lover for over 10 years, I’ve been trough the online growth of the beauty community. Back in 2008, I wanted to learn how to make my eyes look bigger (they’re tiny) with makeup and so I went on youtube, had almost no relevant search results, and one of the first videos I found and watched was from Panacea81 (Lauren Luke). This was when she was on the rise. That was basically the launch of beauty gurus on youtube.
Guys, I remember the video of the person who invented project pan. I will be doing one soon so I’ll expand on this on that post.
I’ve gone through all the makeup fads since makeup started being a thing in social media. Trends, brands, influencers came and went and I still have the products to remember – them and the money I spent at the time. Here’s a list of some real historical cult favourites (and please, if you ever – or still – own any of these, tell me in the comments, so I don’t feel ancient alone).
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