Use It Up! Volume 2


In my next quest to use up some stuff in my stash, I decided to be a little more ambitious! Most of these items are pretty full, or at least just halfway gone.

First up is the Organix Keratin Oil. Don’t get me wrong, I still love this stuff, but I like the new Organix Coconut Oil even more! I have about half of the keratin left, but I don’t think it will take long to finish.

Laura Geller Spackle Primer– I used to be obsessed with this primer and used about 1/3 of the tube, then I discovered other primers that I liked so much more than this one.

The Body Shop Matte It Skin Primer– Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t get matte from this at all. It’s a standard Smashbox Photo Finish-type primer, possibly even a dupe! This is about half gone. I like it and it works, but it just doesn’t wow me.

NARS  Smudgeproof Eyeshadow Base– Another primer! I love this one though, and it’s almost gone. I suspect there’s not much life left in it!

CK Shock for Her– I love this perfume. I just want to finish up this mini, because I have a full bottle waiting for me. 🙂


And now, the BIG KAHUNA of the bunch: Benefit’s How to Be the Best at Everything kit in medium. I haven’t used this much at all, and although I don’t expect to use it quickly, I want to at least put a dent in it. That makes four primers in this post! :O

I’ll post an update once I make some progress on this. 🙂

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2 Responses to Use It Up! Volume 2

  1. budziak says:

    I’m still kind of still wanting to try Baby Skin but I’m in love with Studio Gear’s Prime Objective. I still have my sample of Hourglass mineral primer but I’m not a fan on that one, like the Body Shop one that you mentioned, it doesn’t keep me matte 😦 Which is odd because it seems like EVERYONE is a fan of it. I should start doing use it up posts, half the time I forget though, like empties posts, I end up throwing away my products before photos. Oh well. Haha

    • MelissaC says:

      I totally agree with you about The Body Shop. It doesn’t keep me matte either. It’s not bad, but nothing great! 🙂

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