Skincare Samples

Declutter Diary: Skincare Samples

Last weekend I went through my stuff to collect skincare samples and I threw them all away. I wish I took a photo of everything but I forgot. Above are some of the samples I had. I decided not to give them away because most (if not all) samples have shorter shelf-lives compared to their full size counterparts. Samples usually don’t have the expiration date printed on the label too. From now on, I’ll either use samples as soon as I get them or I’ll just decline them. The number of purchases I made from the samples I tried is…

Decluttered Makeup Boxes

Declutter Diary: Makeup and Skincare Boxes

Sometimes I still fantasize about becoming a prolific beauty blogger. I had been keeping boxes of makeup and skincare products for future reference and picture taking. But whenever I saw my little box pile, I got stressed! So I threw away all the boxes and I felt lighter. It represented a backlog of beauty product reviews that no one really asked for. Haha! I think it’s time to give up my beauty blogging dreams. I still thoroughly enjoy putting on makeup and doing my skincare routine, but I don’t want to have to take mental notes on what to write…

Toss or Keep: MAC Sin, Inglot 412, MAC D for Danger, and Estee Lauder Commanding

I’ll give Marie Kondo a run for her money once my book comes out titled The Life-Changing Magic of Using The Candy Crush Technique in Letting Go of Lipsticks. The Candy Crush Technique is when you group lipsticks by color and wait for them to explode and choose JUST ONE lipstick from each group. My red lipstick destashing project is on-going, and so far, I’ve found 2 pairs of lipsticks that have the same-ish color. Inglot 412 and MAC D for Danger Can you tell them apart? The swatches on the back of my hand look slightly different with MAC D for Danger looking a tad brighter…