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A Second January Ipsy Bag?!

Hey guys! So some of you might remember my late December Ipsy Glam Bag fiasco¬†and then me cancelling my Ipsy subscription in January? When I talked to the customer service woman about my missing glam bag, she said that my January bag could be sent out later in the month so I wouldn’t get them within two days of each other. I got one at the regular time, but then on January 30, I got an email from Ipsy with tracking info! I was confused, and since it was sent to my house instead of my school address, I had to wait until spring break to find out what it was….

A second Ipsy bag! That seems to have been sent for free. Continue reading

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Beauty Blender vs. Real Techniques Beauty Sponge

Hey guys! I’ve been meaning to do this comparison ages ago. Everyone seems to agree that of all the cheap alternatives to the Beauty Blender, most are not worth it and the only real comparable sponge is from Real Techniques. So what do I think is better? Continue reading

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Body Shop and CVS Haul

Hey everyone!

I was running low on Tea Tree Oil from The Body Shop, and noticed that there was a rebate for TBS on Ibotta.So I figured I’d go over to their website and buy another couple products and earn $5.00 back… and then I found out there was a Buy 3 Get 3 Free deal going on. I’m also posting the few random pieces of makeup/skincare that I’ve acquired over the past few weeks, as well as a slight ELF haul at CVS, since they replaced the entire Milani display with an ELF one and had an Extra Bucks deal going on. Continue reading

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Sonia Kashuk Travel Brush Set

While in Target a couple weeks ago I picked up this kit to test out several brushes all at once. It’s got eight brushes total, which are labelled and numbered (but not numbered with the numbers of each corresponding individual brush – for instance, the foundation brush is 2 in this set but the full-sized version is something like 14).¬†Each of these have a simple handle – most of them are oval in section, straight all the way down and ending in a taper about four to five inches from the bristles. They fit into a black carrying case with a clasp closure (no magnets). Continue reading

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