Hey guys! As some of you know, I’ve been on a no buy lately. So, as makes sense, I’ve been using up all the zillion things I have around my house! Here’s what I’ve used up:

Grande Mascara Lash Boosting Formula: you guys know I love this stuff! I already have a full sized one.

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara: this mascara is good. Great for volumizing, big you know I’m partial to the Grande Mascara.

Clinique High Impact Mascara: again, nothing wrong with it, just not my favorite.

Beauty By Piret Eye Silk in Sunset: I love this stuff! It’s actually water proof, and the color is to die for!

Jao Goē Oil: this stuff is hooded to be good for any areas of dry skin. It was a tad to oily (probably the plum oil) for me, but it did works wonders for my cuticles.

L’Oréal 20 Volume Oreor Creme Developer: as you’ve seen, I’ve recently gone back to dark hair, and this is my developer brand of choice.

Wella Color Tango Permanent Masque Haircolor in 4BB: this is three quarters of the new color mixture I used.

Wella Color Tango Permanent Masque Haircolor in 4NB: the other quarter of the mix.

Colorful Protein Color Filler in Warm Brown: because my hair was so light, I had to replace some of the warm tones before coloring.

Queen Helene Mud Pack Masque: I really like this mask. It does a great job of detoxing, without that awful dry, tight feeling mud masks usually leave.

Beauty Blender Liquid Blender Cleanser: I liked this to clean my brushes, but actually didn’t like it for my Beauty Blenders.

Tony Moly Egg Pore Blackhead Steam Balm: I really enjoyed this self heating mask. I’m sad it’s gone.

The Ordinary Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA: I really enjoy most of the products from The Ordinary. I wanted to like this one, too, but it was just too heavy for my taste. I never felt like it actually sank in.

Smashbox Camera Ready BB Cream in Light: this is pretty much the best BB cream on the planet.

Inglot AMC Brow Liner Gel in 16: this product of great! This color is a little light for me, though.

Ardell Mega Volume Lashes in 251: no. Super uncomfortable. Even though I’ve worn some lashes with thick bands and been fine, these drove me crazy!

Serge Normant Meta Sheer Dry Oil Finishing Spray: this works, just unfortunately I need something much heavier for my thick hair

The Ordinary High-Spreadability Fluid Primer: again, slightly disappointed in this product in this product from The Ordinary. I prefer the other primer from them.

Muddy Body Glow Skin Perfecting Elixir: I really like this. Not sure if it was worth the price, but it was nice.

Spectrum Organic Unrefined Coconut Oil: as a lot of you know, I use coconut oil to remove my makeup. This did the trick, as pretty much any coconut oil would, I imagine.

Plantanicals Charcoal and Vitamin C Luminizing Peel-Off Mask: I liked this a lot. And it wasn’t expensive at all. I very much recommend it.

Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Deep Dive Cleansing Gel: this was okay. As it was only a sample, I can’t really be disappointed in it, but I can’t say I’d run out to by the full size one.

Jouer Bronzer in Sunshine: this is great for an all over, glowy, light bronze.

Real Techniques Fine Liner Brush: wow. I’ve had this a long time, but only used it a handful of times. When I went to cleanse it, all the bristles went up into the shaft. Super disappointed.

Anastasia Contour Kit: I absolutely loved this when I first got it. I used the crap out of it. Since then, I’ve started buying single items to contour and highlight with, and I think I enjoy that more.

Cosrx Low pH Good Morning Gel Cleanser: this is a great Cleanser, especially for you’re not into a lot of steps in your skincare routine.

Julep Reparative Rosehip Seed Facial Oil: I really couldn’t get past the smell of this oil. Maybe some people would like it, but I didn’t.

Maybelline Color Tattoo Metal by Eye Studio 24HR Eyeshadow in Silver Strike: this was great. Unfortunately, I didn’t use it enough before it dried out.

Stacked Skincare Dermaplaning Refill Trio: you guys. You already know how obsessed I am with dermaplaning. So of course I loved these!

Jouer Bronzer in Suntan: this worked really well for contouring. I loved how easy it was to blend.

Swisspers Cotton Rounds: I use these for my toner, and they work just fine. But I imagine there wouldn’t be a huge difference in cotton rounds brand to brand.

Jean Pierre Cucumber Makeup Remover Wipes: I love these wipes. Alcohol free, which almost makes me okay with using wipes.

And that’s all! What did you use up recently?

This is not a sponsored post. Some of the items mentioned above may have been sent to me for consideration or given to me as employee gratis. Some may also have been purchased using an affiliate or employee discount. This in no way affects my opinion. As always, any opinions stated above are solely my own.