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Wet N Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Creme Eyeshadow: Swatches and Review

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Today I have a review of Wet N Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Creme Eyeshadows. I made a big purchase on Wet N Wild's website after seeing a whole bunch of their stuff reviewed by Bailey/DailyBaileyB on YouTube. I haven't been keeping up with Wet N Wild but their website makes it way easier for me than in the old days where you'd have to go to multiple stores to find the product range. This launch in particular really caught my eye because while there are lots of shimmery liquid eyeshadows out there, there aren't that many matte cream shadows at an affordable price.

Wet N Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Creme Eyeshadows

Did these live up to my expectations? Click through to read my review and see swatches!

Glossier Play Niteshine Highlighter Concentrate in Pale Pearl: Swatch and Review

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Today is part two of my Glossier Play review with my thoughts on the Niteshine Highlighter Concentrate. I'm not surprised that they came out with a liquid highlighter yet I also feel like it was quite a safe decision for a brand that decided it had to create a whole new side brand for their brighter color cosmetics. I get a real 70s disco vibe from Glossier Play though I do feel like the type of products released seem boring despite how cool and colorful the brand imagery is.

Glossier Play Niteshine Highlighter Concentrate in Pale Pearl

Still, I wanted to see what the highlighter was all about so I picked up the lightest shade, Pale Pearl. I figured it'd be interesting to see how it compares their stick highlighter Haloscope.

Glossier Play Niteshine Highlighter Concentrate in Pale Pearl

Click through to read my review and see swatches on the highlighter!

Glossier Play Colorslide Technogel Eye Pencil: Swatches and Review

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If you're familiar with my blog, you'll know that I own and have reviewed a ton of Glossier products. Boy Brow is my staple brow gel and I've gone through more bottles of Milky Jelly Cleanser than I can even remember. Glossier is well known for their effortless no-makeup makeup vibe so it's not a huge surprise that they would create a side brand, Glossier Play, for their more adventurous makeup launches.

Glossier Play is described as a brand of "dialed up beauty extras". In hindsight, I should have realized they were planning to venture into brighter color cosmetics after they launched their Milky Oil makeup remover. After all, not much in the original Glossier line required heavy duty makeup removing but the Glossier Play line has more colorful products.

I have lots of thoughts on Glossier and Glossier Play as a concept but it would take up way too many words in this blog post so I'll keep my thoughts to myself for another time. Today I have a review on two Glossier Play Colorslide Technogel Eye Pencils. Let's get to it!

Glossier Colorslide Technogel Eye Pencil

Click through to see swatches and read my review!

Project Pan/Reverse Rouge Progress and Empties: January 2019

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Today I wanted to go over the progress I've made with my Project Pan/Reverse Rouge and show any empties I've used up in the month. A bunch of my fellow beauty bloggers/Youtubers are also doing Project Pans so I've linked to their posts also. Feel free to check them out! 

After my first post, I realized I forgot to show you how I plan on tracking my progress. I am borrowing a tip I saw from Kaily Baute to use a sharpie to mark on the sides of the bottle or packaging and it's an easy visual cue to mark progress.

I haven't made much progress on the four items I picked, so I decided not to take a new photo to mark. Here are my empties of the month though and how much they added towards my Reverse Rouge (goal of using up $1000.00 worth of beauty products.

Bath and Body Works Gentle Foaming Hand Soap: I got this on sale during a deal, I believe 5 for $23.00 so finishing one is worth about $4.60.
Glossier Boy Brow. Though there's still product in the tube, I'm considering it an empty because it's old and has gotten too goopy to use. $16.00
L'oreal Voluminous Lash Paradise Waterproof. This is past the three month mark and needs to be tossed. $6.69 since I bought it at Target
Clean and Clear Persa Gel $4.99 since I bought it at Target.

All told, I used up $32.28. Only $967.72 to meet my Reverse Rouge goal! It's not much in the grand scheme of things but I'm happy to see myself actually use up products.

Be sure to check out my fellow beauty bloggers/Youtubers' posts and videos on their empties/project pans!

Beauty Info Zone http://beautyinfozone.com/beauty/what-does-marcia-actually-use-up-an-empty-post-of-sorts/
Confessions of a Makeup Addict - https://www.nikmakeupjunkie.com/2019/01/project-pan-2019.html
CosmetopiaDigest - https://www.youtube.com/c/cosmetopiadigest
Glamorable - http://www.glamorable.com
Honeygirl's World - https://youtu.be/1mmQ278RVKI
Laugh, Love, Contour - http://www.laughlovecontour.com/2019/01/the-great-purge-and-project-pan.html
Never Say Die Beauty - http://www.neversaydiebeauty.com
Polarbelle - https://youtu.be/spO6oivPWtI
Southeast by Midwest - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kTTKWq1Ys4

Are you participating in a Project Pan or Reverse Rouge? If so, how much progress have you made?