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  1. Quote: Originally Posted by mizzbehavin13 How about Stila's Kitten or Bubbly from the In the Light palette? I don't have these highlighters, but I do have this palette. I've also heard that Stila Kitten and Mary Lou Manizer are dupes/comparable to each other. I think that the L'Oreal Infallible eyeshadow in Iced Latte might be close second. I'll have to swatch them later (Mary Lou and Iced Latte; unfortunately I don't own Kitten).
  2. Makeup Forever Full Cover Concealer in shade #2. Why MUFE, why?!?!?!
  3. I'd suggest looking at the Lorac Pro Palette. It has almost every color one could possibly need in both mattes and shimmers.
  4. I have so many different favorites for different reasons... Currently, my favorite YouTubers in no particular order are Karima McKimmie (Shameless Fripperies), Sharon Farrell, EmilyNoel83, Kristin Gehm, Tati (or GlamLifeGuru), EssieButton, Lisa Eldridge, Pixiwoo, TheBethanyFae, MissHollyBerries and MakeupbyAlli. A lot of the aforementioned YouTubers have blogs, too. I will also shamelessly self-promote my own blog: The Via Media of Beauty. I do a lot of EOTD/LOTDs and reviews, mainly because I'm trying to downsize, so it's a good way to sort through everything and be hyper-critical of what's working and what's not. I'm obsessed with neutrals, so be forewarned that there's a lot of brown eyeshadow and pink lips.
  5. Quote: Originally Posted by JuliaGhostx3 Thanks for responding guys! Another question, I'm subbed to Birchbox, and it's my only subscription. Should I keep it or cancel it? I kind of want to keep it, but does that go against a no buy? I think you could go either way on that, to be honest. On the one hand, it could be seen as an unnecessary expense. But on the other, getting a new box of stuff every so often might be the thing to keep you on track with not going to a store or ordering something online. I guess it depends on how much your Birchbox is worth to you. If it's been fun/helpful, keep it. If it's full of stuff you really don't like/use, then I'd cancel it and save the money.
  6. I am not very impressed with their concealer, either. I did shell out the money for it, so I'm determined to use it up. I understand that it's supposed to be a "buildable" concealer, but I don't like how thin it is and how long it takes to build up to full coverage. I guess I'm spoiled from using Make Up Forever's Full Coverage concealer for so long, until they discontinued my shade. Blast you, MUFE! Other than sacrificing what little MUFE I have left, I think MAC Pro Longwear concealer does a much better job than the Amazing Cosmetics, for both undereye and blemishes.
  7. Unfortunately I don't know much about the Sally Beauty palette, but this one from Coastal Scents ( http://www.coastalscents.com/makeup/eyes/eye-palettes/revealed-palette.html ) is supposed to dupe Naked 1 and 2. EmilyNoel83 has a blog post/YouTube video comparing them. Hope that helps!
  8. The Clarisonic Mia 2, Naked 3, a NYX Butter Gloss trio, Ulta holiday cookie hand cream and vanilla lip balm, and gift cards to Ulta and Sephora. I love that my family knows me so well.
  9. Sorry if I'm a bit late on this, but I have slightly hooded eyes and my go-to eyeliners are the Maybelline Master Drama pencils and Stila Smudge Sticks. They work far better for me than the UD, MAC, Clinique, or Too Faced liners I have, with or without primer.
  10. This is a great idea! I always make (but usually fail) resolutions for other things, but never beauty. So... I have a pile of stuff I want to use up, mostly older eyeliners, lipsticks, lip balms, and two foundations. I'm restricting my beauty spending to only buying replacements or something very different from what I already have (which is what I did last year for simplicity/budgetary reasons and it was fairly successful). I'm also trying to perfect a skincare routine, but that one might be harder since my skin is a) freaking out for reasons unknown and the lovely winter weather is not helping my efforts.
  11. I didn't like the one I bought. It was Feline, which turned out to be a garish frosty peachy-pink. It dried out my lips and left that horrible "ring" around the outside. I can't say the whole line is bad, but I certainly wasn't in any hurry to rush out and buy any more after Feline.
  12. I second Lash Blast. But I also liked Maybelline One by One Volum Express. Similar rubber-bristle brush, except the Maybelline one is a little more bendy. You might like it better if the Lash Blast one was too hard/annoying/awkward to work with.
  13. I love them! They've been my go-to lipsticks ever since I bought them.
  14. I agree. I wasn't blown away by the swatches I saw. But come to think of it, I haven't been impressed with any of the Tarte eyeshadows, really. Even the True Blood palette had some serious misses in it.
  15. That's the cool thing - they're as moisturizing as a lip balm (they have jojoba oil, shea butter and mango butter, which I guess I forgot to mention in the original post), but they do have the pigmentation of a lipstick. I only swatched/applied one layer, but they can all be built up to look suuuuper bright/saturated. And they have a slightly staining effect. Raspberry Pie and Red Velvet leave the most noticeable stain, but all of them fade evenly, which is nice. Revlon's actually calling these a lip stick, so I'll go with that, but it's hands down one of the best lip sticks you can get in the drugstore these days.

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