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Taking a look at all of the things I've been missing

Project Pan Round 2 – November Update

Hello again!

This project pan is TOUGH! Even with daily use of 2/3 products, I have only made moderate progress.

In the above photo:

BareMinerals Touch Up Veil SPF15 in Translucent

LORAC Multidimensional Eye Shadow in 3D-Luxe

MAC PowerPoint Eye Pencil in Stubborn Brown

Do you notice a huge difference? Me neither. There is definitely less shadow, but I feel like that is the only big change. So I will keep plugging away and will keep the December 31 goal for now!

Have a great week!

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Weekly vs. Monthly Favorites

Sigh. This weekly thing just isn’t working for me… I’m going to switch it up and move to a monthly favorites. As it currently stands, my weekly favorites are really only once or twice a month, so this isn’t a huge change. It’s really just semantics I guess. Right?

So stick with me and stay tuned for the first real monthly favorites post!

Have a great week!

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Use It – October 2015

Hello again!

How on earth is it already mid-November? Where did 2015 go? I can’t believe I’m going to start working on my year-end posts soon – yikes!

If you follow me on Instagram (@lvp8779), you know that I’m participating in the #sampledout challenge. While there is no way I will be sample free by 2016, I hope to make a significant dent. After several months of posting the reviews of samples on here, that unless they are a deluxe sample, the review will exist on Instagram. So be sure to check it out!

As always, everything is broken down into one of the following categories: skincare, makeup, body, hair and lifestyle.


GlamGlow Supermud Clearing Treatment – if you read my blog regularly, you know that I am a huge fan of this brand and in particular, the Supermud. I have discussed this particular product several times, including my 2014 year in review. This has been a lifesaver for clearing pores and spot treating breakouts. I purchased another clay mask, thinking it would do the job, but doesn’t hold a candle to this. I will definitely repurchase. Available at Sephora for $69 (1.2oz).

Olay Regenerist Luminous Tone Perfect Moisturizer – this was sent to me to test and review by the nice folks at Influenster. This little jar lasted forever. This is a wonderful, lightweight moisturizer that I used at night for pretty much every season minus winter – it was just not hydrating enough for the cold Midwestern months. I would consider repurchasing. Available on Amazon and Drugstore.com for $30-$32 for (1.7oz).

Philosophy Miracle Worker Retinoid Eye Repair Cream – I was so sad to see this go! This was amazing for my dark circles and wrinkles and originally mentioned here. I have some other things I need to get through in my stash, but would definitely repurchase. Available at Sephora for $68 (0.5 oz).


e.l.f. Makeup Remover Cleansing Cloths –  these fall apart so easily. So if you piece them back together they do a decent job of removing makeup. I received these in an Allure box and will not be purchasing. Available at Target for $3 (20 wipes).

MAC Creamsheen Glass in On the Scene – this was one of the most perfect pale pink glosses I’ve ever used. This was part of a holiday collection last year or the year before – thankfully this is part of the permanent collection! Available on the MAC website and freestanding counters for $20 (0.9oz).


Ban Total Refresh Cooling Body Cloths – these are great to throw in a travel or gym bag. I like that they are made from a heavy cloth with a very gentle scent. Available at Drugstore.com for $3.39 for a pack of 10.

Bath and Body Works Dancing Waters Triple Moisture Shower Cream – sigh. I love this so much. And it is still discontinued. Come on Bath and Body Works, work with me on this. I still have it stockpiled and will be rationing it. I don’t even see the shower cream on the website in any scent now. Too bad. It’s pretty fabulous.

Bath and Body Works Dancing Waters Triple Moisture Body Cream – this one however, IS on the website! Hallelujah! I have several tubes squirreled away. Available on the website only $13 for 8oz.

LUSH Stimulating Ginger and Fennel Sugar Scrub – I’ve gone through so many of these – its definitely one of my go-to LUSH products. This one in particular dried out a bit, but it was completely my fault. I will certainly buy more! Available online or in store for $6.25.


Bath and Body Works Champagne Toast candle – I finished a 3-wick candle!! This feels like such a victory! This was such a lovely, light scent. I am very sad to see this go! This was a gift from last year’s holiday collection. If I ever find this again, I would definitely purchase!

Julep Clean Slate Polish Remover Pads – I feel conflicted about these… they work really well as a follow up to removing a really dark color with regular remover. You know when it gets all over your hands and stains your cuticles? Yeah, then. Or they are really great for removing glitter polish, but you have to use one cloth per hand because it dries out. They don’t work perfectly for any given situation. I do have another box, but I will not purchase after that is gone. Available on Julep.com for $10 (10 pads).


eleven skin Perfection Eye Cream + Concealer – I really don’t understand this. It didn’t perform well as an eye cream or a concealed. Birchbox fail.

There you have it. Another month, another round of empties.

Have a great week!

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Weekly Favorites – part 29

Hello everyone!

Good grief – look what has gotten away from me AGAIN! I have been thinking about this in depth for a couple weeks, but have not had a chance to put it in writing. So finally, FINALLY have a chance to do so.

Omorovicza Complexion Perfector BB SPF20 in Light – this is the perfect seasonal transition foundation. It is a light-coverage, hydrating, skin tone evening, protective foundation that stays put for 8-12 hours. I do love all of the typical BB cream qualities, but the other great part is the shade – it warms up my fair skin tone but doesn’t look unnatural. I feel like the finished product is a my skin but better look. My skin doesn’t really get greasy throughout the day, but does give off a nice glow. Omorovicza is amazing, but not for the faint of heart when it comes to sticker shock – available at Sephora for a limited time, as it will soon be carried exclusively at Neiman Marcus (rumor has it). This runs $135 for 1.7oz.

Urban Decay Perversion – I tend to ignore a lot of the mascara hype out there because I’m pretty set in my preferences. This was included in my Naked on the Run palette and it’s just been hanging out there for the last year. I finally got to a point in my mascara stash where I was able to pull this out and WOW. Where have I been? This is amazing. With just one swipe, I am able to thicken my lashes and create a dramatic, yet wearable daytime look. A second coat will lengthen and thicken even further – you can go spidery really quickly though so use a light hand. I have been using this every day for the last 3 weeks and absolutely love it. This is a bit smaller than the full size which runs about $22 for 0.4oz.

I hope you enjoyed this quick favorites update!

Have a great week!

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Use It – September 2015

Hello again!

Long time, no blog. There has been so much going on between work and my personal life… the blog has been on the back burner. I drafted this over post 2 weeks ago and has sat in my draft neglected ever since. I was convinced I would get this up before the end of the month though.. so October 23rd… done!

If you follow me on Instagram (@lvp8779), you know that I’m participating in the #sampledout challenge. While there is no way I will be sample free by 2016, I hope to make a significant dent. After several months of posting the reviews of samples on here, that unless they are a deluxe sample, the review will exist on Instagram. So be sure to check it out!

In keeping with the last several months, everything is broken down into one of the following categories: skincare, makeup, body, hair and lifestyle.


Chapstick Moisturizing – what can I say? It’s Chapstick. I used it first thing in the morning and before bed. It was perfectly fine. I will probably purchase this or another form of it soon.

Clinique Clarifying Lotion #2 – oh hey, look… another bottle of Clarifying Lotion. This is the only Clinique product I use and have used for well over a decade. Don’t rock the boat when you find something that works! Available at all Clinique counters for $23.50 for 13.5oz

Labello lip balm in Soft Rose – look familiar, Nivea fans? This is the German version of the Nivea Rose I guess. I kind of liked this at first, but ended up resenting having to use it. It seemed very waxy (probably high paraffin?) and not all that hydrating. The positive side was that it prevented lip color from settling in lines, but that shouldn’t be a positive. It also did provide a nice light pink tint and smelled lovely, but I would not repurchase. Available in several colors/flavors/scents through Smallflower.com for $5.50.


Bobbi Brown Oil Free Tinted Moisturizer in Alabaster Tint – this was my holy grail foundation for a few years and then all of a sudden, we just fell out of love. I don’t know if my skin changed or something, but this went from perfect all-day coverage to leaving me feeling greasy by noon. I had to force myself to finish this tube, which is a shame because I really did love this for so long. Alabaster Tint is barely any color, however matched my skin tone perfectly. I will give this another shot someday. Available at all select Sephora and all Bobbi Brown counters for $44 for 1.7oz.

Julep Go BIG Mascara – this mascara was so incredibly frustrating. You would think something called Go BIG would have a big, easy to use wand, right? No, there is less than an inch of brush and it is TINY. I really tried to make this work on my upper lashes and it coated unevenly and then tended to flake throughout the day. This ended up being a perfectly respectable lower lash mascara. I definitely would not repurchase!

Lancôme Hypnose Star Mascara in Noir – this was a really pleasant surprise. The wand really scared me at first and I wasn’t sure how to really maximize the brush. After a while, I figured it out and really loved the brush and the formula – it coated the lashes very well and stayed put over 12 hours. This was a Christmas gift from L’Oreal Product Evaluation, so I didn’t actually purchase it… but I would! Available at Sephora and all Lancôme counters for about $28.

MAC lipstick in Viva Glam V – I recently discussed this in my recent Top 5 Lip Products post. It is one of the most perfect shades ever created – a wonderful brown-pink that can serve as a neutral or be punched up a bit with some liner and gloss. I’ve gone through several tubes of this over the years and have already started to make a dent in a new one. Available at all MAC counters and freestanding stores for $17 for 0.1oz.

NYX Blotting Papers – they’re baaaack! If you read my blog regularly, you know that I go through one of these packets probably every other month. They’re cheap and they work. I’m a fan.


Illume candle in Tonka Noir – this was a great addition to one of my Birchboxes a while back. I’m pretty terrible at describing scent, so I will spare you a painful attempt. But it is wonderful – this little candle filled my house with an amazing scent. I can’t find this exact size, but a larger travel candle tin is $10 for a 20-hour burn time.

Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Top Coat – I go through a bottle of this top coat every few months. After applying a base coat, 2 coats of color, apply a thin coat and boom. Done. It sets in 1-2 minutes and doesn’t budge or chip. I usually buy this from Ulta when it is buy one, get one free or 50%. Regular price is $5.99.


Bath and Body Works Shower Gel in Stress Relief – this is really old. It has changed consistency and has to go. I love this scent though and use the lotion all the time when I travel.

Mary Kay Shower Gel in Affection – this is a really interesting spicy scent. I still have the perfume solid, but the body wash is just too much scent. I’ve also had this for a really long time and it has also changed consistency. I love the scent, but this particular product also has to go.

There you have it, folks. Another month, another empties round up.

What did you finish up this month?


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Weekly Favorites – part 28

Happy Sunday, everyone!

I’m taking a bit of a break from some work (yes, on a weekend… boo!) to share this week’s favorites with you. Once again, I’m taking an extreme high and low approach. I really like mixing things up and trying everything!

Guerlain Anti-Blemish Care – I stopped the Guerlain counter a while back to say hello to my girl Anna Maria and she handed me this product to help cover a really ugly blemish. It covered like a dream and I realized that it immediately stopped hurting (yes, it was one of THOSE breakouts). As I was checking out the ingredients, I noticed it included camphor, an antimicrobial anesthetic. Are you kidding me? This is brilliant. I’ve never used a blemish concealer that actually eases the pain of a break out. I used this again this past week on another spot and was quickly reminded how amazing this is. Available at Saks for $44 for 0.5oz.

Garnier Sleek and Shine Anti-Frizz Serum – this is a fantastic, lightweight hair serum that can be used on damp or dry hair. I prefer to use one pump after blow drying to eliminate frizz and flyaways. This has been great through the summer humidity and I’m hoping for it to be just as effective on winter static! Available on Drugstore.com and Amazon for $4.99-$6 for 5.1oz.

What were some of your favorites this week?

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My Top 5 Lip Products

I’ve had this post jumbled up in my head for a while and thought it was time to get it all out on the blog.

If you have been following along for a while or know me personally, you know that I love lipstick. Lipstick, lip gloss, primer, pencils… you name it, I love it. I can’t think of a time in the last 20 years when I haven’t had at least 2-3 lip products with me at all times. Well.. maybe at a festival or something.. but I digress.

I remember my grandmother having this cute plastic container that held about 25 (maybe more?) mini Avon lipsticks. It was a pink plastic bottom with a clear top that allowed you to safely store and showcase your sample lipsticks. I have done some extensive Google image searches to try and find what this looks like, but no luck. I loved nothing more than going and trying out every shade that was hot in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Whoever said that pink AND orange lipstick didn’t go together clearly just didn’t understand my creativity. However, my favorites back then are pretty much the same as my favorites today – pinky-browns, sheer pinks and in your face red.

I wanted to share with you some of my more modern all-time favorites, share some swatches and tell you why I love these particular products so very much. And since I can’t really pick a favorite, I’ll just go alphabetical… But if you read my blog regularly, you probably can tell where my bias lies! My apologies for the abundance of high-ticket products. I do try to do a nice mix of high-med-low, however luxe lip products are my biggest vice.

Top to bottom: Bobbi Brown Burnt Red, Fresh Sugar Rose Balm, Guerlain Rouge G in Gina, MAC Viva Glam V

Bobbi Brown Lip Color in Burnt Red – this was my first Bobbi Brown lip purchase – and for good reason. Bobbi is the original lipstick queen. She built her cosmetic empire starting with one lipstick. While I go back and forth on my loyalty to many of her other products, I am a sucker for her lip colors. I don’t want the balms or glosses… I want her heavily pigmented, long lasting lipstick. This is a brown-based red that has a hint of orange. I feel like this one is not for the faint of heart! Available at Nordstrom and Saks for $27 for .12oz.

Fresh Sugar Lip Balm in Rose – ok I will be honest, I’ve never actually purchased this. I’ve received so many freebies from Sephora over the years that I have them stowed away. This is a lightly tinted, rose scented, super hydrating lip balm. It is incredibly soft so needs to be applied gently, otherwise you end up with a very messy tube of lip balm. Rose is chock full of nourishing oils, vitamins and antioxidants – I always feel like this is such a “healthy” lip balm. This is available at Sephora (and limited other retailers) for $22.50 for 0.15oz.

Guerlain Rouge G de Guerlain in 20 Gina – sadly, I think this was a limited edition, so I might start to ration this. Gina is a gorgeous, slightly opaque red-orange shade. This is a warm tone which looks great on my fair skin. I jokingly refer to this as a “daytime red” – it is a buildable share, so I feel comfortable wearing this in and out of the office. Guerlain is terribly addictive, so I’m sure that I will be adding more of the Rouge G shades to my collection. Temptalia does an excellent review of this shade and provides dupes at all price points. Available at Saks for $51 for 0.12oz.

Swatches top to bottom (no filter) indoor HD lighting: Bobbi Brown Burnt Red, Fresh Sugar Rose Balm, Guerlain Rouge G in Gina

MAC Viva Glam V – and now for something different… This has been a staple in my collection for over 10 years. I have gone through so many tubes of this shade over the years – and yes, this is yet another brand new tube. This is probably the most perfect shade ever created. It is a sheer brown-pink that doesn’t shift too cool or too warm. I think it would look beautiful on any skin tone. I tried the lipglass at one point and I went immediately back to the old school lip stick. And I love the message behind the Viva Glam shades – since 1994, all proceeds have gone to help organizations which assist individuals with HIV/AIDS. That’s pretty admirable, MAC! Available at all MAC counters and freestanding stores for $17 for 0.1oz.

Top to bottom: Ultra Shine Lip Gloss in Lost Cherry, Lip Color in Nude Vanille, Lips and Boys Lip Color in Alejandro, Lips and Boys Lip Color in Blake, sample size True Coral

 Tom Ford… everything – ok so I am obsessed with TF lip colors. They are all so beautifully pigmented… I can’t pick just one thing from my collection and I love them all for different reasons. Is this cheating with a top 5? Instead of explaining, I’ll just show swatches… :) Available at Saks and Neimans – Lips and Boys $35 for 0.07; lip color $53 for 0.1oz; Ultra Shine Lip Gloss $46 for 0.24oz.

Top to bottom (flipped from above photo) indoor HD light (no filter): True Coral, Blake, Alejandro, Nude Vanille, Lost Cherry.

Honorable mention:

LORAC Couture Shine Lip Gloss in Glam – I feel badly even bringing this up. LORAC stopped making the entire line of Couture Shine Gloss and I’m devastated. I try to stock up when they come up on Hautelook because they are amazing – high shine, long lasting. This is a somewhat glittery, medium pink gloss. You can wear alone or over another shade. WHY, LORAC???

So there you have it – my top 5 (+1). I am already starting to think about my next top 5 list. Maybe eye shadow? We’ll see! :)

What are your top 5 favorite lip products?

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Weekly Favorites – part 27

Wow – long time, no weekly favorites. Yikes! Sorry everyone!

I’ve been sort of away from the blog for a bit – not really posting or reading any other blogs either. There has been a lot of work travel and well, just life taking over. My apologies for being a bit off the grid!

I only have a couple favorites, but they are definitely good ones:

Aveda Hand Relief Night Renewal Serum – you might recognize this from my Birthday Haulin’ post last month. I’ve been using this pretty religiously and using it totally opposite of the directions. It is supposed to be used at night (hence the name), however I use 2-3 times per day with hand cream. I use one pump on the back of my hands and rub them together and let dry. After it has a few minutes to really sink in, I use a nourishing hand cream. I am really bad about using SPF on my hands and I feel like it is really starting to show. After 3 weeks of using this daily, I have noticed a definite difference. My skin looks brighter, more hydrated and overall less damaged. I can’t say I love the scent, but it is very short lived once I apply another lotion. This has been a life saver! Available at all Aveda stores for $35 (1oz).

Guerlain Meteorites Baby Glow in Clair – I picked this up a while back at my first visit to the Guerlain counter and fall more in love with every use. First of all, I cannot even explain how intoxicating the scent it. It’s a heavily violet scent that slowly fades out throughout the day. I typically do not like such heavily scented foundation, but I can’t help myself. This gives such a beautiful, warm, even skin tone that I almost don’t need anything else. I am trying to use up another foundation but I just keep sneaking this in every couple days. Available at Saks for $54 (1oz).

L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Collection Exclusive Lip Color – 610 Eva’s Nude – I bought this a while back on a whim and have had it tucked away in a drawer. I started a September challenge on Instagram (user @lvp8779) to review a set of products over 30 days. The second day was lipstick, so I decided to test this out. This was the first L’Oreal lipstick I have purchased or used in years. The scent took me back about 20 years and was so nostalgic. The color, pigmentation and appearance is so luxe – this does not look or act like a drugstore lipstick. This gorgeous pink-brown lasted easily for 3-4 hours, through my morning coffee and beyond. I reapplied after lunch and added a light pink gloss and it looked even better. I now want to check out all of this collection! Available pretty much everywhere for $8-9.

There you have it, folks! What were some of your favorites this week?

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Use It – July and August 2015

Hello everyone!

Long time, no empties! At the end of July, my bin only had a couple products and I was in the middle of a crazy travel schedule and decided just to wait. August only yielded a few empties also, so it worked out well.

If you follow me on Instagram (@lvp8779), you know that I’m participating in the #sampledout challenge. While there is no way I will be sample free by 2016, I hope to make a significant dent. After several months of posting the reviews of samples on here, that unless they are a deluxe sample, the review will exist on Instagram. So be sure to check it out!

In keeping with the last several months, everything is broken down into one of the following categories: skincare, makeup, body, hair and lifestyle.


EcoTools Pure Complexion Facial Sponge – another one bites the dust… and I don’t have any backups! I will repurchase when they go on sale at Ulta.

GlamGlow BrightMud  Eye Treatment – I love, love, love this. I’m a huge fan of the brand as a whole. I’ve discussed the BrightMud a number of times now, so I won’t be redundant. I already repurchased this. Available at Sephora and Neiman’s for $69 for 12 ChromeCells.

Pro You Lip & Eye Wrinkle Spot Cream – this was a gift from Memebox last fall. It lasted forever! I used this twice a day for several months on my upper lip and outer eyes where there is some definite signs of aging. There was a noticeable difference at first, but it seemed to sort of stall out after a few months. I probably would not repurchase. This used to be available through Memebox, but I can’t find it there… or anywhere else… soo..


Benefit The Big Easy in 01-Fair – yes, the foundation from round one of my Project Pan. I don’t need to talk about this anymore.. I will probably not repurchase. Available at all Benefit counters for about $36 (1.18oz), and comes in 6 shades.

NYX Matte Blotting Papers – I have just plowed through these this summer… they are also a staple in my Use It reviews.


Crabtree and Evelyn Shower Gel and Hand and Body Lotion in  Rosewater – I devoted an entire post to this last spring and used it all through the summer. It was shelved in the fall, as I’m very particular about my seasonal scents. It made a reappearance this spring and I ended up finishing it towards the beginning of July. I was very sad to see this go – the gel was very cleansing and did not leave any sort of residue. The lotion was incredibly lightweight, but still very hydrating. This ended up being a perfect weight as we started moving into hotter and more humid weather. I’m very sad to see this go and would repurchase in the spring if I didn’t have a ton of products hoarded away. Available at all Crabtree and Evelyn shops $22-24 (for 8.5oz).

Gilchrist and Soames London Collection Body Lotion – I received a sample in a Birchbox forever ago. I loved this clean, fresh scent so much that I immediately went and bought the full size bottle. I’ve refilled the mini so many times and have finally run out. I will not repurchase this – the formula is not great. It’s rather thin and not all that hydrating. My skin does crave hydration later in the day. If it came in a different formula, I might consider. Available through Birchbox for $16 (8oz).

Kiehl’s Superbly Efficient Antiperspirant Deodorant Cream – I discussed this a while back in my weekly favorites. It’s an odd thing to post about, I guess… I have the worst time finding a deodorants/antiperspirant that actually works. After years of searching and trial and error, I discovered this one. It might actually be the holy grail of deodorant! I have already repurchased another tube. Available at all Kiehl’s stores and counters for $19.50 (2.5oz).

Kiehl’s Ultimate Strength Hand Salve – just the best hand cream ever. I go through a couple of tubes a year. This is a very thick, hydrating cream with a light eucalyptus scent. It doesn’t leave your hands greasy and is just as effective in summer as it is winter. I will definitely repurchase. Available at all Kiehl’s stores and counters for $15 (2.5oz).


Julep Nail Color in Paulette – I loved this shade! Sigh. I’m sad to see it go! This was a beautiful lavender with a gold hue. I hope this comes back around. Julep polish is $14 ($11.20 for Mavens).


Arbonne Eye Definer in Slate – this dried out! Boo – I really liked this color!

Buxom lip gloss in Chloe – I’ve had this wayyyy too long. It’s this crazy deep rust shade that I’ve had for years. I was going through my lip products the other day and realized it had separated and no longer smelled of mint. It is a very sticky, pigmented product. I actually prefer a heavy gloss, and while I would not buy this shade again, I would, however would buy another gloss.

There you have it, folks! Another month in the books. What did you use or toss?

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Project Pan Round 2 – August launch

Hello again, everyone! As I mentioned in the last Project Pan Round 1 post, I am ready to start a new round of products with the goal of completing by December 31. In order to achieve this, I selected 3 (not 5!) items. This is probably much more realistic and I’m crossing my fingers that I am able to get it done!

So here we go:

BareMinerals Touch Up Veil SPF15 in Translucent – I am not a huge fan of BareMinerals. This is one of the very few items I have from the brand. Yes, this is a deluxe sample. This is a perfectly fine powder and I tend to use it only on the weekends with a tinted moisturizer. It covers well and provides a nice matte finish, but it has a funny scent. That is probably the biggest complaint I have. I don’t mind a product with a scent, but not one with a funky scent.

LORAC Multidimensional Eye Shadow in 3D-Luxe – this little shadow was dropped a while back and completely shattered. While I could tempt the hands of fate and repress it, I would rather not screw up and ruin a perfectly good product. This is a lovely sheer cream that can be used all over the eye and up to the brow bone. It has a bit of shimmer, but not overwhelming. I tend to use this for a base color and in the inner corners of my eye.

MAC PowerPoint Eye Pencil in Stubborn Brown – oh, hey… look what is back! You might recall that I actually lost this back in June and therefore could not track my progress. I found it last weekend and am looking forward to bringing it back into the rotation. The Powerpoint line is fairly smudge-proof and is great for the waterline. Cross your fingers that I don’t lose this again.

There you have it, folks. These are the 3 items I will be attempting to use up over the next few months. I will likely be posting my progress on Instagram rather than the monthly blog updates… unless a product is complete. Follow me on this project pan @lvp8779

Have a great week!

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