Mini Make Up Haul

The swipe of the mascara brush, the smoothness of the powder and the – oh wait what’s that? Everything has run out? This is what happens to me ever 6 months or so. Slowly everything – at the same time – will run out and I mean EVERYTHING. 


My foundation, Double Wear Light from Estee Lauder, has ran out and this is one I am glad to have used up because the shade was too dark for me in these winter months, annoyingly the shade I was using was Intensity 1.0 and there was only one other shade that I could try. Intensity 0.0, the lightest shade, luckily was the one for me. I have yet to purchase the product as I picked up a couple of sample pots and they have latest quite a while. 


I normally purchase the MAC Pro Longwear Concealer, but I get slightly frustrated when I get to the end and the product in the bottom of the bottle does not come out. Therefore I wanted to try something different, I decided to test the Urban Decay Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer in the shade Fair Neutral I have been testing this product for a about a week and I have been loving it. It does not have as much coverage as the MAC one but I prefer it as it gives the coverage that I need without creasing under the eye. 


The powder that I use on an everyday basis and swear by is the MAC Studio Fix Powder, I hate it when I hit pan. The beautiful powder swiping away to reveal the metal underneath is not something I am a fan of. Therefore I like to pick one up as soon as this happens for a back up. 


The mascara I have been using is the Roller Lash by Benefit, and whilst I have loved using this I wanted to try They’re Real by Benefit because I used to love it and I wanted to compare the two and find out which one I preferred. 


I used to use the Urban Decay all nighter Setting Spray, when it ran out I didn’t buy another because of the Water Primer by Smashbox that I was using but I wanted to get it again because I loved the staying power of this setting spray. 

I hope you enjoyed this mini refresher haul! What things to you constantly run out of? 

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