November 2018 Product Empties

Hi Everyone! Here are last month’s product empties: Amika Nourishing Mask – I got this on Amazon, so this is the old packaging. The new one looks pretty much the same (design-wise), but the font is a bit bigger. This mask made my hair smooth and shiny. Repurchase? Maybe. I did really enjoy it, but […]

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October 2018 Product Empties

Hi Everyone! Happy Hallowe’en! Here are this month’s product empties. Dove Advanced Hair Series Regenerative Nourishment Serum-in-Oil (read my review) – I don’t do a lot of things to my hair, so it’s in pretty good shape. I don’t think I really need a hair oil, but I think every now and then I’d use […]

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May 2018 Product Empties

Hi Everyone! I finished quite a few products this month, so here are my empties: belif Creamy cleansing foam moist – It smelled like plants and I didn’t notice if it really helped to detoxify my skin or help prevent breakouts. It did make my face feel squeaky clean though (like the other The Face Shop […]

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April 2018 Product Empties

Hi Everyone! Here are April’s product empties! I actually managed to finish two foundations this month. I think I bought them around the same time and both don’t have pumps, so I think I used more than I needed. A lot of the time, my hand still had foundation on it. Both brands sell other […]

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March 2018 Product Empties

Hi Everyone! I finished quite a lot of products this month and most of them are some of my skincare faves. Here are March’s product empties: The Face Shop Rice Water Bright Cleansing Foam – I love the smell of this and it gives you that squeaky clean feeling after using it. Repurchase? Absolutely! This […]

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January/February 2018 Product Empties

Hi Everyone! I can’t believe February is almost over! Two months went by so fast. For some reason, I’ve finished quite a few products in the past two months. So I thought I’d share my product empties and whether I’d repurchase them. Revlon PhotoReady BB Cream Skin Perfector in Light/Medium – I hate to admit […]

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