I tried out one of my sample size masks from Walgreens. It was for one use only. It was by Studio 35 Beauty, a Walgreens brand. It had Dead Sea Mud and Seaweed Salts. I could feel the cleansing working. I loved it. BUT, it only comes as this single use pkg. and if I want a bottle, it is not available. Makes me sad. But it was a good mask and I enjoyed it. Here is a small picture of me in the mask.
No, that is not my Halloween costume. It is me getting all cleansed and gorgeous! :)
|Here is my Glinda the Good Witch palette.|
I do have a bit of a haul to report. I was fascinated and intrigued by the CoverGirl Eye Enhancers quads Sugar Coated and Goldmine. So, I had to pick those up at my local Walmart along with a slew of Maybelline quads in browns, golds, pinks, purples and coppers. I am obsessed right now, I tell you. I'm going to have to go on a NO BUY NOVEMBER!
Then at Walgreens I picked up two cute E.L.F. products. The smaller one was three dollars and the bigger one five. I have heard good things about E.L.F. products and I was excited to try more of their line. They are the guys who created the Disney Villain Look Books I spoke about in a previous blog post. They have a whole slew of stuff in Walgreens. So, if you are looking for a makeup product to give for a Christmas gift, Walgreens is the place to be.
Well, that is all for my latest adventure in beauty. I am really honing in my skin care routine. I am moisturizing and using my Neutrogena face wipes and Neutrogena Eye Makeup Remover religiously. I need to remember to use the toner more often.
I have been washing my face with a nifty little bar soap in Lemon Verbina from Yardley London. It is amazing and I love it so much. I used it every chance I get. I also have it in Lavender and Honey Almond. Love it, love it, love it. You have to try it too. I picked this up at Walgreens. You can get single soaps and that was around $1.50 per bar. But so worth it.
That's all for now.