Good Morning Lovelies!
I finally feel like I’ve collected a decent number of empty products to use for an empties post and I honestly have a couple more things I’m about to run out of too so this could be followed up with another empties post shortly!
CeraVe Moisturizing Lotion – I’ve talked about this lotion before but I started using this when I saw my mom was using it and was happily surprised. It’s a super light, blends into the skin easily and drys quickly on me. It’s also incredibly lightly scented with an extremely clean (almost nice hospital smell clean if that makes sense) which is perfect for me cause my nose is super sensitive to lingering scents. And since my face has been super oily recently from the intense humidity we’ve had in Boston, I haven’t even bothered with my more intense Clinique Dramatically Moisturizing Lotion and instead have just used this and it provides the perfect amount of hydration.
Maybelline Lash Sensation Mascara – If you want to know how I feel about this mascara then seriously go to any of my other beauty posts cause this guy will be there. Bottom line is I’ve repurchased this mascara at least 5 times in the past 6 months because it doesn’t clump or flake, separates and lengthens, and is easily buildable. Love it.
Boscia Charcoal Pore-Minimizing Hydrogel mask – I don’t have too much to say about this mask besides the fact that it felt nice and cooling upon application, it slid around a little bit before it found its footing on my face, and my face felt smooth afterwords. I honestly couldn’t tell a difference in the appearance of my pores though so mehh. I’d love to try to their Lumizing Black Mask though cause I’ve heard really good things about it so if you’ve used it before please let me know what you think of it!
Sally Hansen Complete Moisturizing Nail 4-in-1 Treatment – I’ve repurchased this item a couple of times because it really does hydrate my nails and works super well as a top and base coat. I always get people asking me if I’ve gotten my nails done but it’s honestly just this stuff. The only qualm, and it’s a pretty big qualm actually, is that it drys and gets gloopy pretty quickly making it really difficult to apply.
Almay Eye Makeup Remover Pads in Oil Free – I’ve been using these since probably senior year of high school and that’s saying something. I really only wear eye makeup on a day-to-day basis so these are really all I need to get all of it off. I do have to use two pads to get all of it off which isn’t ideal but when they 80 of these into one little case, it still lasts me almost three months!