After a year of using the Beauty Blender (thinking it was the greatest thing since sliced bread), and forking out $30 (AUD) every three months, it was time to try a new foundation sponge. Enter the Real Techniques Miracle Diamond Sponge, which I got on sale for $15 ($25 RRP).
If I asked you where every single item of makeup was stored in your home, would you be able to tell me exactly where each item was located? Are some things in the bathroom, the bedroom, the handbag, and other items few and far between? I’m a big advocate of the saying “a place for everything and everything in its place”, so here are my top tips for storing makeup.
After showing a few of my coworkers a video of my makeup collection, one of them said they’d love to see an in-depth post on how I store all my makeup. So today, that’s what I’m sharing!*
When I saw Too Faced was coming out with a chocolate gold collection, specifically the eyeshadow palette, I knew I had to grab it! I love my Bon Bons palette, and after hearing many good things about the item, I was counting down the days until it landed in Australia at Mecca Maxima.
Earlier this month I added another Colourpop duochrome single eyeshadow to my collection. Today I’m reviewing Glass Bull from their Pressed Shadow range.
After watching a few of Shaaanxo’s decluttering videos, I was inspired to take a look at my own collection, and see what needed to go. While my collection is barely a fraction of what Shannon has in hers, it’s still too much for one person, and it can feel a little overwhelming at times. Here’s what I’m finding new homes for (side note, I threw out a heap more products not pictured in this post).
I got this blush as part of the Tarte Skin Starters and Color Set. While I bought the set more for the skincare (and the fact it was 30% off), the mini makeup items were a nice addition.