As always, I feel like I didn’t empty out as many things as I thought I should this month – a sure signal that I need to “shop my stash” a little bit harder for the next couple months. Plus, you know, get through the huge backlog of reviews I’ve been working on. But I did at least make it through a few things, so I’m happy about that.
March saw the end of my DecorWare Bergamot Tobacco candle, which is now brush storage. It was a nice scent, but this one and the Pomegranate candle from the same brand were both a little faint-smelling – not really what I’m looking for in a home fragrance. I do love those jars though.
Also headed for the bin is my travel size of Givenchy Noir Couture mascara, which I reviewed here. After a few months I was really having to scrape the sides to get the wand evenly coated, so I feel like I was actually able to use this one before it dried up. I definitely will be keeping this on my list for possible repurchase, have a use up the other million mascara minis I have.
I’m also scraping the sides of my travel-size Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer, now that my skin isn’t like the Sahara – it was a little too mattifying during my skin’s (literal) dry spell. I attempted to get another one at the Sephora Rouge event, but my store was all sold out. Considering this was my third or fourth travel size, I may spring for the full size one before the sale is over. I still have a few days to decide, don’t rush me!
Another Sephora-sale maybe is the Shiseido Benefiance eye cream. My little sample jar lasted practically forever, so I know the full size wouldn’t show up on this list for about another year! I don’t usually splurge on skincare though, and just focus on the ingredients. Hmm, I’m kind of talking myself out of this now.
Last but not least is my travel size of Lorac Behind the Scenes eye primer that I got with their Dazzling Dozen eyeshadow set. It’s my second-favorite one after NARS Smudgeproof, but now that it’s getting to be a reasonable temperature outside my lids are just a bit too oily for this to keep up with.
Spill it – what did you use up in March?