My last recent empties post was back in October but although I’ve been trying some new products out lately, here are my recent empties:
First of is hair; you may know that I love my dry shampoo (more specifically Batiste). I cannot live without it and this tropical scent is quickly become a favourite. I also used up yet another bottle of the Aussie Colour Mate Shampoo which I use every single time I wash my hair simply because it washes oil out and cleanses while also protecting my coloured hair.
There has been quite a few skin care items for the last few months. First is face wash; I’ve been using Clearasil since I was 12, I am constantly repurchasing the Rapid Action Gel Wash as I like to use this at night, occasionally with the Soap and Glory Face Brush to exfoliate. I also finished one of the Rapid Action Scrubs which I liked however haven’t repurchased because I needed it to clean out my pores but it didn’t seem to do the job well enough.
To remove makeup; is this Garnier Micellar Water. I absolutely love this. I use it to wipe off the majority of my makeup before washing my face (not to mention it’s great for spot cleaning eyeshadow brushes). I have gone through countless amounts of these Witch Hazel Blemish Sticks, but I am currently testing a new blemish spot treatment by Clean and Clear and it may have topped this one.
Finally for skin care is the Clean and Clear dual action moisturizer. Although this doesn’t provide much hydration it cleared up a noticeable amount of my blemishes. It’s light and great for those with oily and spot prone skin.
Makeup wise I only have two products. The Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer, which I do not need to speak of. This concealer is everywhere and adored by almost everyone (including me) because of its high coverage properties. The Seventeen Miracle Matte Pressed Powder was a life saver last summer/ autumn. I used this to power my T-zone and it worked perfectly when the Rimmel Stay Matte didn’t. However I have now returned to the Rimmel Stay Matte Powder due to the fact that this powder is too heavy for everyday use during the winter.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading. Thank you so much for the support!