I'm back with another haul! I picked up some items from CVS before Christmas. It was my present to myself! I picked up some items that I really love!
Check out the video! Sorry If I seem super tired in it, lol, cuz I was!
I had seen other YouTubers review the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Foundations and I was sold! I purchased both Honey and Tan and find that I'm right in the middle of the two. I use honey on the inner portion of my face and Tan on the outer rim and then blend them together. I actually have a drugstore foundation tutorial coming soon. I love the light, super blendable consistency and have been wearing these foundation consistently for the last month. I'm a bit disappointed though that Tan is the darkest shade...hopefully they expand the shade range.
This Cheek Trio in Apricot really intrigued me. I had seen my girl Milly from BeautyLogicBlog review the Salma Hayek Nuance Cosmetic line before and I was intrigued. This trio reminded me a lot of my beloved MAC Pearlmatte face powder. I prefer to wear it all swirled together for a peachy bronzy shimmery cheek color that is actually more subtle but still shows and looks nice. I also like using the pans individually. You get a nice amount of color and can actually fit a small blush brush in each triangle. The packaging is a bit bulky but you can tell this won't break!
I just love glitter nail polishes! The pink one on the left "A Cut Above" is super gorgeous. I love how the glitter is large and different chunks including circular glitter. It looks great on my toes on top of a hot pink polish. The gold one on the right "As Gold as It Gets" is a lot more subtle...more of a fine shimmer but it is very pretty as well...especially topped over another color.
This is a white nail polish with a thin art pen. It's great for nail art designs. I had bought it for a Christmas Hat nail polish look but my skills were not up to par, lol. I also picked up a Sally Hansen Nail Art Pen in White. I'm not really sold on these pens...I feel like the consistency is a bit watery.
I got two shades - medium and honey. I wish I had gotten the yellow corrector but the CVS I went to didn't have it. The medium is actually nice for a highlight. I notice that these on their own aren't enough coverage for me so I use a salmon corrector first and then put this on top to brighten. Honey is more of a spot corrector for me for my skintone.
This gloss is pretty nice. It's the perfect peachy nude and it's buildable so you can actually see the color. It's got a nice sweet taste too.
FTC Disclosure: All items purchased by me.
Atlanta Makeup Artist