In my last haul, I swore to myself that I wouldn't purchase anything else until I used up more of my products. Well... guess what? I caved. Post-Christmas, post-Boxing Day, post-Holiday sales are the ABSOLUTE BEST. I'm pretty sure they're trying to clear out everything. At least, that's what I tell myself. I guess my excuse to go shopping is that there's a sale. Oh... the temptation.
Essie in Plumberry || Essie in E-nuf is e-nuf || Essie in Flawless || Essie in Penny talk || Essie in Turks and Caicos || OPI in Gargantuan green grape
Trade Secrets was having a buy two OPI or Essie for $10.99. I got one OPI and one Essie polish, Shoppers' Drug Mart had buy one get one free. Essie polishes are regularly $11.99, so I got four of those. I know Trade Secrets is a better deal, but I get points at Shoppers'!
I basically got colours where I thought there were holes in my nail polish collection. I have no reds, no greens or blues, and only gold/silver glitters. That's pretty much how I chose everything. I definitely don't need any more polish at this point.Excuses... excuses... Let's be honest, I went a bit overboard.
Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Rendezvous || L'Oreal Colour Riche Caresse Wet Shine Stain in Endless Red
Monday, Shoppers' was having yet another sale for Buy One Get One Free on lip products. I think the lady rang them up wrong... I'm not sure. I'm not too good at math, but individually Revlon is $10.99 and the L'Oreal is $12.99. I got both for $12 and some change, tax in.
These are both fairly new-ish products. I already have 2 Revlon balm stains [honey and smitten] and they're marvellous. I don't have any orange colours... or pigmented reds. Plus, they'll be great for doing Lip of the Day and review posts :)
L'Occitane Hand Cream in Peony
I got this little guy for FREE. L'Occitane Canada was having a Facebook Giveaway. The sample is pretty generous... 30mL, which I picked up in store. There was a choice of Peony, Lavender and Shea. Definitely deluxe and smells of a light floral and fruit and absorbs instantly into my nasty winter hands. Anyways, random thought, I remember Dad told me his [male] friend used L'Occitane. Not to say that hand cream is only for women, smooth hands should be a universal must! Anyways, this didn't cost me anything so it balances out all my spending ... not really :P
So, there you have it. My most recent mostly-nail-polish-purchases.
Have you tried any of these products?