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 My 2014 goals are:

 

1. The only way I get any makeup will be through my 3 remaining subs : Ipsy, Birchbox, and Lip Factory, using BB points only (no money, must be a 0 amount), and Circular Swaps.

 

2. Wear makeup daily, at least liner, mascara, lipstick and gloss. I need to use up my stash and quit frumping around the house.

 

3. Only purchase basic hygiene items as I run out. (deodorant, toothpaste and such)

 

4. Only purchase new bras and panties, I have enough clothes and shoes.

 

5. Apply perfume daily and quit hoarding it. No perfume purchases for 2014.

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I've been lurking and haven't been on in a long time, but I need to do something. I have a mountain of makeup and skin care items (lotions especially). I'm going on a no buy for the entire year of 2014. I'm going to try and apply it to everything in my life. I will only buy necessities and try hard to cut down the items I have. I have so many unused items it's crazy. I'm making one final purchase on January 31st and then that's it. Good luck to those who are trying to cut back in 2014!

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I'm in no-buy/low buy as well. It's going to be so hard. I have way too much makeup/skincare/samples. My rules are like most, no rebuying something I already have, only purchasing if I am completely out of the item with NO backups. I'm going to try to shop my stash weekly and participate in The Monday Club thread. It's going to be hard, but even if I slip up a few times it's better than what I've been doing!

 

I was no-buy lip products for 2013 and I slipped up probably 3 times the entire year. That's pretty good considering I normally would buy a lip gloss or lipstick without a second glance every time I was at a store! My goal is no slips though. I do have a $20 GC to Sephora I'll hold on to in case I NEED something.

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I promised myself not to buy anymore e/s palettes (I have 11)  and then Too Faced comes out with their Chocolate Bar palette - 

Im struggling,and feel like a fiend - I need you guys to talk me out of it.

Here's the palettes I own

Lorac Pro/ Naked 1&3/ Stila In the Know, The balm NudeTude & meet made nude/ KVD Ladybird/ CS88 Palette/ LauraMercier Artist2  Palette/

Smashbox PhotoOp2/ UD Skull Palette/

 

Should I or shouldn't I? 

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I promised myself not to buy anymore e/s palettes (I have 11)  and then Too Faced comes out with their Chocolate Bar palette - 

Im struggling,and feel like a fiend - I need you guys to talk me out of it.

Here's the palettes I own

Lorac Pro/ Naked 1&3/ Stila In the Know, The balm NudeTude & meet made nude/ KVD Ladybird/ CS88 Palette/ LauraMercier Artist2  Palette/

Smashbox PhotoOp2/ UD Skull Palette/

 

Should I or shouldn't I? 

Don't!!!! You have more than enough awesome palettes! There's no way the Too Faced palette doesn't repeat some of the colors you already have in those you own. Don't do it!

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Don't!!!! You have more than enough awesome palettes! There's no way the Too Faced palette doesn't repeat some of the colors you already have in those you own. Don't do it!

...but none smell like chocolate

lolol

 

i know i know you're right - just trying to find justification

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...but none smell like chocolate lolol i know i know you're right - just trying to find justification
Dont do it. If you don't go through it fast enough the smell will either go away or smell weird and turn a beautiful palette into an unusable pile of junk! Also the fact that at the end of the day a palette is for wearing it and if you already have similar colors then it's not worth it.

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I promised myself not to buy anymore e/s palettes (I have 11)  and then Too Faced comes out with their Chocolate Bar palette -

Im struggling,and feel like a fiend - I need you guys to talk me out of it.

Here's the palettes I own

Lorac Pro/ Naked 1&3/ Stila In the Know, The balm NudeTude & meet made nude/ KVD Ladybird/ CS88 Palette/ LauraMercier Artist2  Palette/

Smashbox PhotoOp2/ UD Skull Palette/

 

Should I or shouldn't I?

 

Well, I'll echo what others have said, you already have plenty of great palettes with a large number of brown/tan/etc shades. Honestly, I've never been fond of Too Faced shadows and the Lorac, UD, and Stila are superior IMHO.

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...but none smell like chocolate

lolol

 

i know i know you're right - just trying to find justification


The chocolate smell is a gimmick.  It does nothing new.  Buy a can of dark cocoa and sniff that whenever you need the scent around you. 

 

I'm still trying to work out my plan for next year.  I know I should go no-buy, but I also know that's not realistic.  Even when I wasn't buying any eyeshadow/liner, I was buying a ton of nail polish and lipstick, and before that, all of my money went to cds.  I've actually scaled my nail polish/lipstick/cd purchases *way* back this buy-all-the-shadow-and-liner year.  I'm going to try focusing on Emerald City Comic Con and all of the indie comics I can buy if I don't get a ton of makeup and see if that helps me focus on using what I already have up. 

 

Basically, it boils down to this:  I go on these binges (typically year-long) where I buy a whole lot of a particular thing.  One year, it might be nail polish.  Another, dvds.  Another, cookbooks.  I bought ALL OF THE SHOWER GEL in 2011 and 2012 (I finally donated something like twenty bottles this year, and I *still* have a dozen or so partials I'm trying to use up).  2013 was makeup in general with a focus on eyeshadow (largely loose pigments) and eyeliner pencils.  On the up side, I went into 2013 *saying* that this would be the year I focused on rebuilding my makeup and brush collection.  Mission accomplished.   

 

2014 needs to be clothes, and specifically pants (in my world, that means jeans and black pants for work.  I can wear any color to work, but I prefer black because I am *not* a morning person, and it's easier to get dressed when I just base everything on plain black pants) and maybe one pair of shoes for work (I'm picky and hard to fit when it comes to shoes, and I just don't have enough to alternate between two pair for work every day like you're supposed to in order to allow your shoes to "recover" between wears), but I actually *hate* buying clothes, so when I *do* buy new stuff, it has usually been years since I bought anything, and it's well past time for more jeans and pants.  I'm down to two pairs of jeans that aren't too holey for work, and I need at least two more.  I can't remember when I bought black pants for work.  It must be at least six years ago, and I need at least two more pair of those.  The really annoying part is that I'm tall and big, and I have a high waist, so it's hard to find jeans and pants that work with my proportions. 

 

And that means that I'll probably end up focusing on comics and graphic novels* instead because buying those don't make me mad at an entire industry**.

 

* Mainly indies, and preferably in-person from the creators.  Another reason for a no-buy for me:  Setting aside plenty of money for Rose City Comic Con in September because Stumptown Comics Fest -- focusing on our many, many indie comics/artists/publishers -- closed down and merged with RCCC, thus condensing my shopping opportunities.

 

** Come to think of it, I think I stopped buying jeans and work pants because *someone* at Lane Bryant decided to redesign all of them with lower waistlines because that was the fashion trend at the time, and that meant that their pants either gave me ALL OF THE CAMEL TOE or had a waistline at my hips.  Either way, very NOT ATTRACTIVE.

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I love reading everyone's plans and I'm coming up with my goal for 2014. I'll gonna organize my stash today and I'll reflect on what I have and what I definitely don't need lol. Good luck everyone and I'm so happy to have a support system here on MUT!

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The chocolate smell is a gimmick.  It does nothing new.  Buy a can of dark cocoa and sniff that whenever you need the scent around you. 

 

I'm still trying to work out my plan for next year.  I know I should go no-buy, but I also know that's not realistic.  Even when I wasn't buying any eyeshadow/liner, I was buying a ton of nail polish and lipstick, and before that, all of my money went to cds.  I've actually scaled my nail polish/lipstick/cd purchases *way* back this buy-all-the-shadow-and-liner year.  I'm going to try focusing on Emerald City Comic Con and all of the indie comics I can buy if I don't get a ton of makeup and see if that helps me focus on using what I already have up. 

 

Basically, it boils down to this:  I go on these binges (typically year-long) where I buy a whole lot of a particular thing.  One year, it might be nail polish.  Another, dvds.  Another, cookbooks.  I bought ALL OF THE SHOWER GEL in 2011 and 2012 (I finally donated something like twenty bottles this year, and I *still* have a dozen or so partials I'm trying to use up).  2013 was makeup in general with a focus on eyeshadow (largely loose pigments) and eyeliner pencils.  On the up side, I went into 2013 *saying* that this would be the year I focused on rebuilding my makeup and brush collection.  Mission accomplished.   

 

2014 needs to be clothes, and specifically pants (in my world, that means jeans and black pants for work.  I can wear any color to work, but I prefer black because I am *not* a morning person, and it's easier to get dressed when I just base everything on plain black pants) and maybe one pair of shoes for work (I'm picky and hard to fit when it comes to shoes, and I just don't have enough to alternate between two pair for work every day like you're supposed to in order to allow your shoes to "recover" between wears), but I actually *hate* buying clothes, so when I *do* buy new stuff, it has usually been years since I bought anything, and it's well past time for more jeans and pants.  I'm down to two pairs of jeans that aren't too holey for work, and I need at least two more.  I can't remember when I bought black pants for work.  It must be at least six years ago, and I need at least two more pair of those.  The really annoying part is that I'm tall and big, and I have a high waist, so it's hard to find jeans and pants that work with my proportions. 

 

And that means that I'll probably end up focusing on comics and graphic novels* instead because buying those don't make me mad at an entire industry**.

 

* Mainly indies, and preferably in-person from the creators.  Another reason for a no-buy for me:  Setting aside plenty of money for Rose City Comic Con in September because Stumptown Comics Fest -- focusing on our many, many indie comics/artists/publishers -- closed down and merged with RCCC, thus condensing my shopping opportunities.

 

** Come to think of it, I think I stopped buying jeans and work pants because *someone* at Lane Bryant decided to redesign all of them with lower waistlines because that was the fashion trend at the time, and that meant that their pants either gave me ALL OF THE CAMEL TOE or had a waistline at my hips.  Either way, very NOT ATTRACTIVE.

I attended my very first con here last year -- a very small one, but I found a lot of amazingly talented artists, one of them being B. Sabo (http://www.bsabo.com/) who's work I LOVE! I got one of her books and can't wait for her to make the second. I have a lot of friends who dabble in comic making but have never attended a comic con where people devote their lives to making them. 

 

And I get you on the year-long sprees :( mine in 2013 was the eyeshadows. 2012. was blush, 2011 was when I started nd went crazy trying to find a good foundation. This year though I'm just going to concentrate on replacing my brushes and tools for better ones, because I've never EVER been a bi lipstick or lipgloss person. I have just a handful and I nevr wear them. EVER.  Which is funny because I'm a huge chapstick person and I couldn't go a day in HS without lipgloss. Guess I grew out of that. 

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I love reading everyone's plans and I'm coming up with my goal for 2014. I'll gonna organize my stash today and I'll reflect on what I have and what I definitely don't need lol. Good luck everyone and I'm so happy to have a support system here on MUT!

*sends hugs* let us know your thoughts after you reorganize everything! and same here. I love this forum. it's the only one I visit. The support system is HUGE and making this change so much more bearable. 

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I attended my very first con here last year -- a very small one, but I found a lot of amazingly talented artists, one of them being B. Sabo (http://www.bsabo.com/) who's work I LOVE! I got one of her books and can't wait for her to make the second. I have a lot of friends who dabble in comic making but have never attended a comic con where people devote their lives to making them. 

 

And I get you on the year-long sprees :( mine in 2013 was the eyeshadows. 2012. was blush, 2011 was when I started nd went crazy trying to find a good foundation. This year though I'm just going to concentrate on replacing my brushes and tools for better ones, because I've never EVER been a bi lipstick or lipgloss person. I have just a handful and I nevr wear them. EVER.  Which is funny because I'm a huge chapstick person and I couldn't go a day in HS without lipgloss. Guess I grew out of that. 


I've been going to cons for years (I think my first one was a science fiction con in the Seattle area in...  1997?), but this was the first one where I spent any time actually *looking* at the stuff on the indie tables in the dealers' room.  Until now, it was all about *stuff*, like t-shirts, buttons, and figurines.  And I live in a town so chock full of comics people that it is entirely possible that the dude sitting next to you in a bar with a notebook full of drawings of Spider-Man is in fact a gentleman by the name of Brian Michael Bendis.  Or Jeff Parker.  Or Greg Rucka.  Or probably a few more I can't think of off the top of my head.  And that's just Spider-Man.  I think that's what flipped my NEED MORE COMICS switch:  Comics people are *everywhere*.  You just become a fan by osmosis.  A few years ago, a friend in Seattle showed me a drawing of the cast of _Arrested Development_ as _Peanuts_ characters.  Cute, funny, and I like it.  Maybe I will one day buy some of his Mucha-style _Doctor Who_ stuff.  Fast forward to a year or two ago, and I discovered that one of my friends (and the housemate of a couple of closer friends) in Portland was actually the guy who did the _AD_/Snoopy mashup -- and I had known this guy for *months* and hadn't realized who he was.

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I've been going to cons for years (I think my first one was a science fiction con in the Seattle area in...  1997?), but this was the first one where I spent any time actually *looking* at the stuff on the indie tables in the dealers' room.  Until now, it was all about *stuff*, like t-shirts, buttons, and figurines.  And I live in a town so chock full of comics people that it is entirely possible that the dude sitting next to you in a bar with a notebook full of drawings of Spider-Man is in fact a gentleman by the name of Brian Michael Bendis.  Or Jeff Parker.  Or Greg Rucka.  Or probably a few more I can't think of off the top of my head.  And that's just Spider-Man.  I think that's what flipped my NEED MORE COMICS switch:  Comics people are *everywhere*.  You just become a fan by osmosis.  A few years ago, a friend in Seattle showed me a drawing of the cast of _Arrested Development_ as _Peanuts_ characters.  Cute, funny, and I like it.  Maybe I will one day buy some of his Mucha-style _Doctor Who_ stuff.  Fast forward to a year or two ago, and I discovered that one of my friends (and the housemate of a couple of closer friends) in Portland was actually the guy who did the _AD_/Snoopy mashup -- and I had known this guy for *months* and hadn't realized who he was.

Hah! that's pretty awesome.

I know very little about comic books but am very involved in the artist community so it's always fun to talk to people about who they know and what those people do because the art world is such a small world, chances are you either know the person or know the work.

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I promised myself not to buy anymore e/s palettes (I have 11)  and then Too Faced comes out with their Chocolate Bar palette - 

Im struggling,and feel like a fiend - I need you guys to talk me out of it.

Here's the palettes I own

Lorac Pro/ Naked 1&3/ Stila In the Know, The balm NudeTude & meet made nude/ KVD Ladybird/ CS88 Palette/ LauraMercier Artist2  Palette/

Smashbox PhotoOp2/ UD Skull Palette/

 

Should I or shouldn't I? 

I was going to buy that palette but then I counted the number of shadows in the palette that I would use on the daily basis (it was about half). Then I thought about the looks that I could create using the Chocolate Bar palette. I could easily create similar or better looks using the products that I already own. Don't buy it and regret it.

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Thank you ladies so much for your feedback.... I seriously was going to go to Ulta in the rain to checkout the Chocolate Bar Palette....

You ladies gave me strength to resist. You're right I def. do have colors in this palette - and Im starting my clean eating, so chocolate may not be the best thing for me to be smelling (or eating for that matter)

 

I will be strong!

 

thanks again 

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Thank you ladies so much for your feedback.... I seriously was going to go to Ulta in the rain to checkout the Chocolate Bar Palette....

You ladies gave me strength to resist. You're right I def. do have colors in this palette - and Im starting my clean eating, so chocolate may not be the best thing for me to be smelling (or eating for that matter)

 

I will be strong!

 

thanks again 

If you are starting the clean eating you should definitely watch Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.  I watched that movie and it made me want to change my life, so great! I'm starting a clean eating/juice fast on Monday myself!

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If you are starting the clean eating you should definitely watch Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.  I watched that movie and it made me want to change my life, so great! I'm starting a clean eating/juice fast on Monday myself!

ooh i hope its on netflix! ill check it out

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I want to do a no-buy from January through March 2014 but that sounds overwhelming so I'm taking it one month at a time. I dont want to completely deprive myself but For most of the year I plan to be on a very low buy except for necessities. The only subscriptions I still have are birchbox and julep. I have 2 birchbox accounts but when I hit 200 points on my second account in February I am going to gift those points to my main account and cancel the second account so I only have one. I skip julep most months anyway because I have so much polish that I usually only want 1 or 2 polishes and they're never in the same box so I just buy what I want later during promotions. My goal is to buy no polish until at least april. At last count I had over 150 polishes and have added more since then...I'm probably close to 200 now which is just ridiculous. I have enough makeup, hair products and bath/body products to last all year. I'm running out of storage space. The only thing I think I will need to buy is foundation. I need to focus on using things up before buying any more. I'm glad I found this group because I will need the support!

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OMG guys I need to go on a complete no buy next year for cosmetics (if I buy, it should be trying out skincare stuff, but skincare is nowhere near as fun is it?) unless if I run out of it, but I have stuff I've been using for a year and have barely made a dent in.

 

BUT it's not 2014 yet and I'm thinking of maybe picking up the Too Faced A Few of My Favourite Things palette from HSN! There's this promo that makes it only $26 >.< But $26 is still $26 I could spend on something else.

 

I already have: UD Naked 3 and Wallpaper (which is like a unicorn sprinkled its love on my face), Lorac Stylist and Unzipped, theBalm Nude Tude, Sephora Cinderella and Pantone Colors of Nature and this other sephora palette maybe from 2011, Too Faced Bon Bons, and another ELF palette which I get terrible color payoff from. I have more than I want and use, but $26 for a palette is such a good deal!?!  But I don't need any more and am happy with what I have!!

 

Also, any ideas about what to do with half-used palettes? : I don' t just want to toss the ELF, old Sephora one, and Wallpaper (which is still okay, but just too sparkly), but on the other hand, my attachment to them is super tenuous.

 

UGH MAKEUP PROBLEMS.

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I definitely need to go on a low buy in 2014. I have way too much makeup for one person now. I'm going to keep my Ipsy and Blush subscriptions unless I start getting a lot of stuff I won't use, and I might add Glossybox if a great sale comes along. I will not, however, buy anything from Sephora unless I have a gift card (I have several I am saving for the new year), and I will try to only buy the stuff I can't trade for and can't live without. I do not need any more palettes (I have soooo many), and I really have to use up all the things I've stockpiled this year. 

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I want to do a no-buy from January through March 2014 but that sounds overwhelming so I'm taking it one month at a time. I dont want to completely deprive myself but For most of the year I plan to be on a very low buy except for necessities. The only subscriptions I still have are birchbox and julep. I have 2 birchbox accounts but when I hit 200 points on my second account in February I am going to gift those points to my main account and cancel the second account so I only have one. I skip julep most months anyway because I have so much polish that I usually only want 1 or 2 polishes and they're never in the same box so I just buy what I want later during promotions. My goal is to buy no polish until at least april. At last count I had over 150 polishes and have added more since then...I'm probably close to 200 now which is just ridiculous. I have enough makeup, hair products and bath/body products to last all year. I'm running out of storage space. The only thing I think I will need to buy is foundation. I need to focus on using things up before buying any more. I'm glad I found this group because I will need the support!

you can do it! a quarterly no-buy sounds hugely overwhelming but keep checking here for the monthly no-buy/low-buy threads. we're incredibly persuasive ;D i would recommend looking at nail polish blogs so that you can see what people are doing with their colors, see if you have similar colors in your collection and try to replicate the "looks" -- this would be an incentive to wear polish AND get through a lot of it/give some forgotten ones some use. I do the same with makeup and find inspiration images, then try to replicate the looks with what I have, and it's surprising because I end up finding looks I like and giving items use that I would otherwise completely ignore.

 

@Kyuu  & @BlackMagicRose We can do it!

 

Kyuu, if you aren't that attached and there's plenty of colors, find someone with a pre-teen who would enjoy the colors and gift it forward. Just make sure to sanitize the shadows before hand... I know eyeshadows have shelf life dates but a lot of people rarely stick by it because bacteria has a very hard time (and it's almost impossible) on powder products if used in a sanitary manner, but just to be on the safe side. 

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My goals are pretty similar to everyone else's. Use up what I own. Reorganize and make my area pretty. Only buy when I run out of a certain type of product. (Looks like I'll only need to purchase foundation, powder, under eye brightener, skincare and other basics like toothpaste/deodorant/hair) My real problem is I like variety and will often have at least 5 of a product open at a time with barely any used...but then seeing all the products stresses me out. This is why I want to use up what I own and then turn my makeup area into a calming/fun oasis:)

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My goal for 2014 is a no buy for the first 3 months.  I've got a lot of great products that don't get used much, so I want to focus on using what I currently have instead of buying more new things.  During that 3 month period, I'll create a wish list of things I'd like to purchase at some point - right now there is only 1 item, a Chanel cream blush.  On April 1st, I'll then allow myself a couple of items from my wish list, perhaps 2-3.  I think I'll then appreciate the new items I get more, as I've gotten very blase about receiving packages, which to me is a sure sign I need to give it a rest.  My subscription boxes (Birchbox, Eco Emi and Le Metier de Beaute) should satisfy my cravings for "new" and "variety", and I'm planning on skipping Julep as I've got such a backlog of unused polishes. 

 

My biggest temptation will be great sales, as those tend to trigger a Pavlovian response in me.  So, my themes for 2014 will be "discipline" and "resisting temptation", which goes far beyond buying makeup :-)  I also want to declutter my house and make it more inviting and comfortable. 

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