When you’re a makeup junkaayyy, more so a beauty blogger, the toughest challenge known to mankind is to consume a product down to its very last drop. Okay, it’s hyperbole but smart as you are, you get what I mean. With tons of products we are testing, trying or impulsively buying, we end up with shit loadzz. I was actually surprised to have come this far. Empties, for real! So which ones deserve a repurchase?

Third tube. Yep, that’s how much I love Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Full Coverage Foundation ($38). It’s light as air and works well with my oily skin. This time I ordered it thru QVC because it comes with  a free buffing brush, a $32-value. Great deal I must say!

Reordered. I reviewed MDSolarSciences Mineral Sunscreen Tinted Gel SPF30 ($23.95) few months ago. It feels like silk on skin, has no disgusting sunscreen scent, and most of all, it performs like a primer to me. I love how it fills and blurs my open pores. I placed my order direct via MDSolarSciences because they offer free shipping in all products!

Deferred. I like Jurlique Citrus Purifying Mist but I have three more toners sitting in my vanity. Waste not want not. I’ll buy when I finish the others.

Not buying. Tarte eye primer is not bad but I have a new favorite, the LORAC behind the scenes. Plus I have five more eye primers which I am trying to use up. #happyproblem

What about you? what products have you bought many times over?

‘Til my next empties beauties!


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2 thoughts on “Finally, Empties!

  • I read your review of the LORAC behind the scenes, so I'll have to add that to my list of things to try. I haven't tried the Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Full Coverage Foundation, either!! I will have to swatch that next time. Thank you for the post!! xo

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