Ignore for a moment that we're almost to the end of March, and be excited about this great Ipsy bag I got in February.
I've tried the Dr. Lim Acne Spot Corrector a couple of times on some blemishes I have. Yes, I'm in my 40s and I still break out. I don't have wrinkles, so I'll take the tradeoff. I didn't have much luck with this product, though. My angry red pimples stayed angry and red for the same amount of time they usually do. I did have some luck with smaller, less angry pimples going away faster with liberal application of the product, but I didn't notice anything different from when I use something from Clearasil, for example.
I really liked the POP lipgloss in Peony Petal, swatched first on the left. Nice pigmentation, felt nice - I didn't get any smell from it, but I've heard some bloggers were sensitive to theirs.
The middle swatch is the City Color Be Matte Blush in Fresh Melon. I am all about the peachy-pink colors right now, and matte is IN.
The swatch on the right is from that tall tube, which I originally thought was a lip product, but no, it's an Eye Cordial Shadow Tint & Base from Tini Beauty in Ambrosia. I love metallic eye colors, especially as a base.
Here's another look of POP Peony Petal on my Pursed Pout. Perfection.
You're probably already familiar with Zoya polish, and Odette was a color I really wanted, but was holding out buying on the remote possibility it was coming in this bag. I tell ya, when I saw I had gotten Odette, I felt like I won the lottery. It's gorgeous.
I played around with placing some individual iridescent glitters on it, but you could really only see them in close up pictures like this one. In Real Life, it was a hot mess.
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But wait, there's more! My #NailArtForNubs post for today is live - stripes and flowers, anyone?