I keep a running list on my phone of beauty products I want. I have one list for groceries, one for errands, and one for beauty stuff that I NEED TO HAVE. Just as important as milk.
The list below includes a few things I've been pining over lately. Check it out!
I've heard great reviews about this product and really want to try it! Laneige is all about what they call "water science skincare." Many of their products are gel like in texture which I love. Having oily skin, I prefer products with a gel texture that isn't greasy but still moisturizes. I've also become engrossed with Korean skincare lately, and sleeping masks and packs are part of their regimen. The price is right too - $23.
Get it at Target: Laneige Water Sleeping Mask
Can you even stand how cute this is?! Besides the obvious “I want it because it’s cute” appeal, people are loving the actual product inside. Sephora describes it as “A portable eye serum in a stick that moisturizes and cools the delicate skin around the eyes as it smoothes the appearance of fine lines.” I really want to get this and just leave it on my desk at work. I love the idea of a serum in stick form. Very cool, cute and only $12!
Get it at Sephora: Panda's Dream So Cool Eye Stick
It’s no secret that I love everything Origins makes. Their masks are an absolute staple for me. Because I’ve been so focused on my skin lately, I figured I would start using a toner. I currently don’t use one now, and figured it can’t hurt, right? Toners are great for people with oily skin (me) and they take off excess makeup you may have missed after washing your face. When your face is less oily, there will (hopefully) be less break outs. Toners also shrink pores. I looked into this Origins toner and it seems to get a lot of praise! It is said to have a pleasant, non alcohol smell and gets the job done. $22.
Get it at Sephora: Origins Zero Oil™ Pore Purifying Toner
I’m obsessed with lashes. Anything that will grow or thicken them is of interest to me. You have to apply this serum twice a day, and results could take 2-3 months. To me, it is definitely worth it. It’s super easy – just swipe the little applicator along your lash line (and brows, if you want) and you’re done. I’ve used Latisse before (review here) so I know that lash growth and a change in thickness is absolutely possible. You really just need to be diligent and apply as directed. When this product launched, it sold out so quickly in Asia. This baby doesn’t come cheap though - $35.
Get it at Sephora: Shiseido Full Lash Serum
And last but not least, MAC lipglass in Nymphette. Do I have drawers filled with lip glosses already? Yes. But is it ever enough? No. This gloss is a beautiful champagne pink shade with a bold gold shimmer in it. I love that you can wear it alone or top off a lipstick with it for a little something extra. I see this shade come up on makeup blogs all the time, and think I owe it to the makeup addict in me to give it a spin.
Get it at MAC: MAC lipglass in Nymphette
Thanks for reading guys!