Shop My Stash – 3 Products I Vow to Use in August

It’s that time again. I’ve picked out 3 products that have disappeared into the depths of my beauty battle station and am bringing them back to life – don’t call it a comeback!

shop my stash august

Let’s get to it.

rimmel crimson palette

First up is the Rimmel London Magnif’eyes Eyeshadow Palette in Crimson Edition. This came out right when the Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette came out, so I snatched it up in hopes that it would make my crimson dreams come true. It’s got some powerful and vibrant shades, so I’ll be rocking it in full force this month.

Guerlain My Terra Cotta - natural blondes

Next up is a product that is so fancy that I was afraid to use it. The Guerlain Terracotta Bronzing Powder in 02 Natural – Blondes housed in this limited edition teal sleeve was one of the first super-luxe items I got in my possession. It’s more on the orange side, but there’s no better time to use it than the last month of summer. Note to self: this bronzer deepens shortly after you apply it, so use a *very* light hand.

too faced cinnamon kiss

Finally is the Too Faced La Creme Lipstick in Cinnamon Kiss. If I’m not mistaken, the La Creme lipsticks have been discontinued, but Cinnamon Kiss is still chugging along in my collection, being a subtle yet impactful addition to any look. I think the softness of this shade will pair nicely with the pop of colour that comes from the Rimmel palette.


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