This has been a journey… Continue reading Routine Natural Deodorant Review: Maybe I Sweat Too Much??
To think I was WORRIED that I wouldn’t have enough empties this month! haha. I think I felt like I didn’t have much to share because there are a few things I just HAD to give up. My mascara was already kept for wayyyyy too long but I didn’t want to let it go, and I just couldn’t ignore the weird spots on my beauty blender any longer when in my mind they were still fine……it’s for the best. Continue reading Empties: Bye Bye Beauty Blender + Best Setting Spray EVER!
If your curious to see what the whole ‘Project Throwback’ idea check out my first post HERE to find out what it’s all about! Continue reading Project Throwback: ColourPop Cute AF Palette
I feel like a liar calling this my favourite spring colours as it hasn’t felt much like spring in Melbourne. I’m writing this on a Saturday and it’s the only day we have only had a little bit of rain compared to A LOT. Regardless, I adore some of the lipsticks in this weekly colour scheme, and I had a lot of fun doing my full face of makeup and then RUNNING to my car to make sure the rain doesn’t ruin it within seconds. Continue reading A Week in Lipsticks: My Favourite Spring Colours!
I briefly mentioned the influx of NEW releases in makeup and constant advertising we are subject to on social media in my last empties post, it has been something I think about a lot when I sit at my makeup desk every morning. Continue reading Project Throwback: NYX Lid Lingerie + Cosmic Metals
I guess I can say the ‘Empties’ post’s will be a monthly occurrence, as much as I LOVE trying new things and can’t wait to try out new brands and ranges, I’ve been making more of a conscious effort to actually FINISH product.
In an environment of constant advertising and consumerism we often get caught in the rift of whats new, and its not only FUN but EMPOWERING to stop and be aware of those products you used once or twice before moving on to the next. Continue reading Empties: Long Lashes + My Thoughts on ‘The Ordinary’