Wednesday 27 July 2016

Products I've hit pan on...

It's a funny feeling, hitting pan on a product - it's kind of satisfying, but also a little bit heartbreaking because it shows you're coming to the end of something you presumably quite like. I've hit pan on a few products, and I wanted to give you a run-down of (clearly) my most used bits.

MAC Bronzing Powder, Matte Bronze // I got this when I started uni - I'm now about to graduate, so there's a bit of a time frame for you. But I used this a lot when I first got it, though I've gone off it now. I loved it for contouring, because it's matte, but it's a bit too dark and muddy for someone as pale as me. I can just about make it work, but I've found other products that work much better now!

e.l.f Studio Complete Coverage Concealer // This, I've only had since Christmas. I have a lot of concealers so I switch it up a lot, and I've still managed to hit pan on 2 of the shades. But it's only £4.50 for the whole palette, so I'm not too mad. I love these, and find it useful having the four different colours that I can mix together depending on what/where needs covering.

Rimmel Stay Matte Powder, Translucent // A firm favourite among the beauty community, I've probably had this for too long. I don't tend to use it much any more, because I've fallen in love with loose powders. I do like this, though, it's one of the best translucent powders out there especially if you're on a budget.

Bobbi Brown Eye Shadow, Blonde // I've raved about this a few times, and I've had it for about four/five years - I use it for my eyebrows with an angled brush if I'm feeling like spending time on my make up for a change. Love it.

Urban Decay Naked Palette // Oh boy I love this; so basic but definitely the best out of all the Naked Palettes, in my opinion. I've hit pan on Sidecar and Half Baked, which are my ultimate favourite shades. Just everything about these eyeshadows is perfect.

e.l.f Studio Blush, Peachy Keen // As you can see, this is a bit of a mess - I can't remember what happened to it, but it's still okay to use and I love this shade, because I have pink undertones (meaning pink blusher is a no-go). It's sparkly and pretty and I just adore it.

What products have you hit pan on??


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