Sephora Beauty Haul
Before I dump all the entries (+ envelope prints) that’s been sitting on my drafts page for the past two months, I just want to share to you my recent haul from Sephora. I’ve moved back to Manila this month, so this was my last haul from the No. 1 Beauty Authority. /cries
Sephora Color Daze Blockbuster
Eight months later, and a dozen of skin care products, I finally made a proper review about last year’s limited edition palette from Sephora: The Color Daze Blockbuster Palette.
This is an ideal starter set for people who wants to try make-up but don’t know where to start, or make-up artists who are still trying to build their portfolio/has insufficient budget. This limited edition is worth S$69/PHP2300 and it includes:
Sephora Make-up Haul + Review
As mentioned in my Kiehl’s post, I had to kill time before the company annual dinner. Knowing myself, if I go to stores like Kinokuniya, Kikki.K or Topshop, I’ll end up bringing something home. I didn’t really want that, so what did I do? I went to Sephora and spent an hour and a half trying different products.
The good news is that I didn’t buy anything on that day. The Bad News? Well, I couldn’t get these products off my mind. So I went back a few days later and splurged. ;__; I have no regrets though because I really like these products. :)
I’ll be doing a separate review of each MAC lipsticks I have throughout the month, so you better watch out for that. In the meantime, here are my thoughts about the Benefit Erase Paste concealer and Sephora Blush.
When it comes to my skin, I guess it’s safe to say that I’ve been very fortunate. At age 23, my skin remains soft and not one scar in sight (except for my appendix operation but I don’t count that as a scar but rather, a 72-hour miracle). I am, however, was cursed with fine lines. Sometimes, when I look at the mirror and I see these lines and stretch marks, I just feel horrible and old and ugly. How to solve this? Retail beauty therapy.
Soap and Glory’s Wish Upon A Jar