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I haven’t shared my beauty empties in quite a while, but I’ve still been using cruelty-free products since my switch a couple of years ago. Most items in my most recent round of empties are super affordable yet work just as well as higher-end products. I’d also love to hear what products you’re loving in the comments!
Pacifica Sea Foam Complete Face Wash: I have mentioned many times on this blog how this is my go-to cleanser because it’s gentle, works and isn’t tested on animals. It’s also inexpensive.L
Wet ‘n Wild PhotoFocus Foundation: I really like how my skin looks in this foundation and the shade Desert Beige matches me perfectly. It’s an affordable drugstore foundation that many people rave about.
Colourpop Brow Boss pencil: This was such an easy pencil to apply, but I honestly can’t remember if I was wowed by it. I remember liking the color black-brown, though. I purchased it after a beauty guru suggested it. It’s affordable if you’re looking for a drugstore option to try.
Wet ‘n Wild Megalast Liquid Catsuit Lipstick in Give Me Mocha. This was my favorite lip shade and I’m sad I don’t own it anymore. I need to buy it again but I’ve been trying to use up more of my other lip colors. I highly recommend this and it’s only about $5!
L.A. Girl OOMPHD! Mascara. I wasn’t wowed by this mascara. It’s decent enought, but I keep trying different mascaras and always come back to the Essence Lash Princess, which is only $5.
OLEHENRIKSEN Glow Cycle Retin-ALT Power Serum: Influenster sent this to me to try. It is a purple serum that contains a natural retinol alternative. It gave me glowy skin, but I looked up the price tag and I doubt I would purchase it again. I appreciated the gift, though!
What products have you recently used up?
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