I finally used up my original Fresh Sugar Lip Balm. I've had it for too long so I figured I should use it up before it goes bad. It's really hydrating, feels great on the lips, and I love the citrus scent of it.
This Nivea Lip Smoothie in "Cranberry & Raspberry" smells so good. Unfortunately I don't find it as with moisturizing my lips as their original formula lip balm. Also, it peels my lips if I use it alone and it feels less balmy and more slick. I do, however, like the tint it leaves on my lips and prefer to use it over another lip balm. Would I recommend? Not if you're looking for a hydrating lip balm.
Benefit's They're Real Mascara is great. I love it. I like how it separates, volumizes, and lengthens, and I love the wand too (bristles are not too long and grabs every lash). The only thing it doesn't do that well is hold the curl, it's average at best. But in the other departments, it's great! I also love how they sell it in the travel size because who honestly uses up a whole mascara in 3 months? It's so much cheaper this way too.
I had a ton of these Lancome Visionnaire Serum samples lying around. I like using it but I don't notice it fading my acne scars I got about a couple months ago (I've been using it since then). It also doesn't feel like it contributes to hydration and overall my skin looks the same before using it. I definitely would not spend the ridiculous amount of money for a serum that doesn't do much of anything for my skin.
The Clarins Multi-Active Serum was also nice to use up. It smelled nice but I'm not exactly sure what it's suppose to do. At least it felt hydrating though.
But I also delved into the dark side for Spring and tried on OPI's "Muir Muir On The Wall". The Mister was so sweet because he offered and insisted that I let him paint my toes with it one night when we were watching Big Bang Theory. I'll remember that moment for a long time =) It's a nice dark but dimensional colour. I think it would look great (and better!) on the finger nails.
"You can’t have a better tomorrow, if you’re always dwelling on yesterday." -Unknown