Sephora got me again! Over the weekend they sent me a $20 off coupon as a thank you for all the money I spend in their store. That’s the least they can do! Antsy me, couldn’t hold my horses. I trotted my behind right on to the mall for lunch and grabbed some stuff. What I intended to get is not what I actually got. SMH!
Here’s what I actually got:
Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Marine Boosting Mist. I intended to pick up the full size but I found out they had a travel size and decided to go with that one for two reasons. 1. The travel size was a pretty decent size. 2. Since the travel size is of course cheaper than the full size, that frees up a few dollars for other things!
Farmacy Lip Bloom. This is new to me. I’ve never heard of nor tried anything from this brand. For some reason it caught my eye while I was in Sephora today so I decided to pick it up. The scent I wanted was Strawberry Basil. It smelled so damn good but they didn’t have anymore. I smelled Vanilla Mint which was the other tester, I didn’t really care for it. None of the other scents were out on display so I rolled the dice and got Apple Rosemary. The reason I got this product was it felt awesome. It feels really thick almost like a vaseline kind of feel but more absorbent plus it smells great!
Tatcha Kyoto Cleanse set. I’ve heard all about Tatcha. This blew up apparently when it came out that Kim Kardashian uses this line (big effin deal *sarcastic voice*).
I’ve been wanting to try this line because it’s supposed to have really good skin care products. So when I saw this set I hopped right on it. This set came with a cleansing oil and a polish rice enzyme powder. There was also a little packet in the box that was a sample of the moisture rich silk cream. I am so hype to try everything in this set. I love cleansing oils and from a few videos I’ve seen the rice enzyme powder is going to be pretty interesting.
Sephora finally changed their point perks and they have some pretty good ones, finally! This was one I decided to try. This is The Estée Edit Pore Vanishing Stick. I rubbed the sample across my hand and it felt kind of waxy. It feels like it may provide a good barrier and blur out pores which is what I need. My pores are so deep you could dive in. I asked the woman ringing me out if she’d ever used it. She hadn’t. Oh well! It was free with my points so throw it in the bag!
Whelp, that’s it. All I got on my lunch break. I think this was enough. If you’ve tried any Tatcha products or the Pore Vanishing Stick, let me know your thought, tips, and tricks.
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