Beauty Empties: Which Products Do You Actually Finish and Then Buy Again?

Beauty Empties: Which Products Do You Actually Finish Ladies, what beauty products do you use so often that you get “empties,” where you actually get to the bottom of the lipstick or jar, and what do you buy again and again? I tend to rotate among so many different products that I almost never get to the bottom of anything, let alone say “I definitely need THAT again, right this instant.” Still, even I have my regular items that I buy again and again, so I thought I’d round up my beauty empties. Hopefully everyone will share their own lists!

Update: There were so many great comments from readers on things they loved (that were new to me) we decided to put them into the post also, both for ease of browsing as well as easy linking when there’s a big sale afoot or you’re trying to make the most of a Triple Points day… :) I also did a few reviews of things I’d bought after reading readers’ recommendations, including Sunday Riley Good Genes, The Ordinary’s caffeine solution, and more…

Skincare Products I’ve Bought Again and Again

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Hair Products I’ve Bought Again and Again

(I’m probably somewhere between 2C/3A wavy/curly right now, but I’m more interested in avoiding sulfates because of the keratin treatments I’ve started getting.)

Makeup I’ve Actually Used to the Bottom and Then Bought More

Those are mine — which are your beauty empties, readers?Beauty Empties: Which Products Do You Actually Finish - image of an empty jar

Recommendations from the Readers (see their full commentary below!)

Skincare Rec’d By Readers (see full comments below):

Makeup Rec’d By Readers (see full comments below):

Hair Products Rec’d By Readers (see full comments below):

  • Redken Shampoo and Conditioners: [Amazon] [Ulta]

Which are your beauty empties? Working women (and Corporette readers!) share which beauty products they've finished and bought again, including Origins GinZing Eye Cream, Sunday Riley's Good Genes, CeraVe and Cetaphil products, and more.


  1. Anonattorney :

    These are my go-to products for my pink, fair, combination skin:
    – Laura Mercier silk creme photo edition moisturizing foundation (nicely sheer, but can build to full coverage if you want it)
    – Clinique chubby in the nude foundation stick (nice for more coverage)
    – Laura Mercier bronzer

    • yaaaaasss Laura Mercier! i use the tinted moisturizer with sunblock almost every morning, and it makes a great foundation when i’m doing heavier coverage at events. i’m terrified they’re going to do away with my color, so i buy multiple tubes every time i run out haha

  2. Origins GinZing eye cream
    Cetaphil face wash
    DiorGlow Lip Glow 001 – somewhere between balm and lipstick, natural and (seemingly) universally flattering, I basically wear this every day. It’s the only lip product I’ve gotten 4+ times and am ordering again today
    I used to buy Bobby Brown BB cream but have recently switched to Marcelle City tinted cream – it’s half the price and I feel like it makes my skin look better but more natural.

    Everything else – mascara, blush, shadow, moisturizer – I have a rotating mix that I like but nothing I am super loyal to.

  3. Love this topic!

    My #1 is Marcelle New∙Age Precision 8-in-1 Power Serum. Love this stuff.

    Face cream: I can’t be trusted to wear SPF everyday, and rarely wear makeup, so I always have Lancome Bienfait Multi-Vital SPF 30 and wear it daily (unless I am actually wearing makeup). In winter, it is not quite enough for my dry skin, but I add a drop of oil and it works fine.

    Buffy body bar from Lush: I have been using this for at least 15 years. Eliminates the need for body lotion in the summer, works great under body lotion in the winter when I’m super dry.

    MAC Prep and Prime: This stuff changed my (lipstick) life and I will be using it forever.

    Burt’s Bees original beeswax lip balm: Can’t live without it.

    • Oh! And Liz Earle face wash with the muslin cloths – started using this about 4-5 years ago thanks to Birchbox, and I love it.

    • I’m impressed you get to the bottom of a thing of lip balm without losing it first. I’m forever buying more just because I lost it!

      • My trick (?) is having multiples, and always in the same places. Currently I have a Burts Bee’s lip balm in: the zippered pocket of my purse, my nightstand, my monitor stand at work, and the diaper bag.

  4. Skincare:
    Clinique Dramatically Different gel moisturizer
    Clinique mild cleanser (for PM)
    Cerave cleanser (for AM)
    Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream
    Neutrogena makeup remover
    Vaseline lip care
    Burt’s Bees lip balm in coconut lime

    Stila Kitten (eyeshadow)
    Urban Decay Naked foundation
    Urban Decay primer potion (eyes)
    Clinique quickliner (eyeliner)
    Loreal Infallible lipgloss in sangria

    Aquage uplifting foam
    Bed Head manipulator
    Paul Mitchell skinny serum
    Redken shampoo/conditioner

    • Anonymous :

      +1 to Urban Decay Primer Potion and Clinique Quickliner. I have bought the primer potion for a couple years now (and I’ve tried plenty of other eye primers too – this is the best). I’ve probably bought Quickliner for at least 5 years in a row – maybe more like a decade. I like the black/brown shade best. I have sensitive eyes/skin too – both of these products work great for me.

      Also agree with the Redken vote, but haven’t bought it recently as I’m trying to get by with less expensive products.

  5. New Tampanian :

    Ponds Cold Cream
    Fresh Soy Face Cleanser

    La Vie Est Belle – Lancome

    Tresemme Tre Two Extra Hold Hairspray

    Rosebud Perfume Co Smith’s Lip Balm (original and minted rose – I have these scattered all over my apt and office)
    Buxom full-on lip polish in Claire

    Maybelline Falsies mascara in blackest black

  6. Yeah, I do a lot of product hopping. A few I do regularly rebuy:

    Lipstick Queen Medieval (bright but sheer, easy to apply, not too glossy or shiny, never “too much” color)
    Julep Love Your Bare Face Detoxifying Cleansing Stick (gentle enough for my skin, which can have trouble with some cleansers, but still feels like it really gets things clean)–I keep a membership to their site just for this, and skip deliveries on the months when I don’t need more cleanser
    Murad Rapid Age Spot And Pigment Lightening Serum (for a few pregnancy-darkened spots and surgical scars–I use this as a spot treatment, not everywhere)

  7. Rachel Bowes :

    CeraVe facial cleansers (after years of monogamy with Cetaphil)
    Bioderma Sensibio H2O (seriously, the best)
    Soap & Glory body washes
    EltaMD UV Physical Broad Spectrum SPF 41 Sunscreen (The only sunscreen that I’ve found that moisturizes my face all day without burning my eyes)
    BECCA Backlight Priming Filter and First Light Priming Filter. LOVE.
    MAC Prep and Prime Fix+
    Original beautyblenders and the Real Technique’s version

  8. A question: I’m trying to build a good skincare regime, and am having a hard time finding articles on what exactly I should be doing.

    I think someone here recommended beautypedia and reddit’s skin care page…but neither really had what I’m looking for: a basic, here’s what to do to treat your skin well. I’m 28, have fairly normal skin, but am acne-prone. Looking to create a sustainable routine that I can keep up.

    I just started using an BHA product (Paula’s Choice, skin perfecting 2% BHA liquid), but would like to add on to my skin routine both to treat the acne and make sure I’m preventing wrinkles. Any advice?

    • If you’re starting from scratch, the most important change you can make right now is to wear sunscreen every single day. I like physical sunscreens (made with lots of zinc) rather than chemical ones, but it’s totally up to you–the important thing is that it’s something you’ll be willing to wear every day.

      Consider adding a retinol or retinoid at night–this will help prevent wrinkles and also can keep acne at bay. I’ve been using the 2% retinoid from The Ordinary after a recommendation here; the price is right (<$10) and I definitely saw quick results with acne. (I'm 30, so not a lot of wrinkles to treat right now, but my derm strongly recommends the retinoid now anyway as a preventative measure.) Note that the retinoid, like the BHA, will make your skin more sun-sensitive, so again: sunscreen!

      I think I'm a little further along than you in trying to build a good regime, but I still feel rather overwhelmed by the volume of recommendations and options available. Sometimes sticking to the basics is easier!

      • Marshmallow :

        +1, sunscreen and retinol. The retinol will help both wrinkles and acne, but you MUST wear sunscreen.

        CeraVe’s retinol serum is really gentle and affordable. You can also get Differin over the counter now, although it’s much stronger and I’ve heard about people having reactions to it.

        Try this article as a good place to start:

      • Everyone recommends wearing sunscreen every day. Why?? I am almost never in the sun on a day-to-day basis. I drive to work, go inside, work all day, and then drive home after dark. I am maybe in the sun 5-10 min to walk and grab lunch but that’s it. I don’t see why I need sunscreen on an average workday. I totally understand if it’s the weekend and I’m going to be out and about, though.

        • You are exposed to damaging rays through most windows, including those in your car (likely not your windshield). A few years ago, the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology published a study indicating that a majority of skin cancer tumors were found on the left side of the bodies and faces of people who drive a lot:

          • Anonymous :

            Eh – what is “a lot” are we talking about professional drivers (semi-trucks, etc.) or people with long communtes (1 hr+).

            I clicked through to the study and it doesn’t say. But it does define “majority” here to mean 52% (left) vs 48% (right), so I’d call that a bare majority. And it was a stronger trend in men, than women. Statistically significant, sure, but not spectacularly compelling, in my book.

            And it was a retrospective review of skin cancer patients – So, you’re only looking at people who have already been identified as having cancer and looking at whether they have lesions on right or left side, (right? I could only read the abstract, maybe the article has more detail).

            I’d fine the study where you look at truck drivers driving a certain number of hours a day and THEN look at the rate of incidence of right vs left side tumors way more compelling.

        • givemyregards :

          I think the going wisdom is “you can get sun damage through the car window, you can get sun damage during the five minute walk to the office, and you can get sun damage even when it’s cloudy,” BUT I honestly kind of agree with you and wouldn’t push somebody with your schedule on this issue.

          • Anonymous :

            +1 I have a similar schedule and I don’t wear sunscreen unless I plan to be outside for an extended period of time (like the beach/lake). I just can’t get that worked up about the amount of sun exposure I’m getting.

          • Jamie Rudman :

            I spent yesterday at the Melanoma clinic at the UCSF Cancer Center, surrounded by people who could not get that worked up about their sun exposure. While no cancer is completely preventable, think of melanoma in the same way that you think of lung cancer. You can prevent most melanomas with a topical cream and avoiding the sun, just like you can prevent most lung cancers by avoiding smoke. Melanoma can be disfiguring (happy to share photos of my leg as exhibit A, but trust me, you can skip it and just envision an angry, five inch scar, then imagine it on you face). Worse yet, metastatic melanoma kills and kills quickly. Daily, minimal exposure adds up. Please, please for those of you dismissing sunscreen on this chat — think about this more carefully. You never, ever want to think to yourself — as I do — I have cancer AND IT IS MY FAULT. As an added bonus, sunscreen helps protect against wrinkles!

      • Anonymous :

        Why not go with one of Paula’s kits? I think her products are generally very good and fairly reasonably priced. I have slightly oily skin (was acne prone when I was younger, not so much now at 41) and love this sunscreen of hers: RESIST Super-Light Wrinkle Defense SPF 30. I do that and the 2% BHA during the day. I use CeraVe cleanser or simple face wipes, and try to remember to put on Paula’s Antioxident serum at night. When my skin gets dryer in the winter I use her RESIST Anti-Aging Clear Skin hydrator at night to moisturize.

        I disagree that you need retinol – BHA is serving the same function and is more appropriate for oily skin.

    • Jennifer Fung :

      I love Caroline Hirons. She has a number of cheat sheets that you should be able to piece something together.

  9. I rebuy my skincare products regularly because I don’t really deviate from my routine. But in terms of makeup, I love trying new things, but I always rebuy Nars concealer, Smashbox CC cream, and Diorshow mascara.

  10. For my oily, acne prone skin, these are my favs —
    Neutrogena Oil Free Acne Wash
    Clean & Clear® Dual Action Moisturizer Oil Free
    RoC Retinol Correxion Eye Cream
    Clean and Clear Oil Absorbing Sheets
    Kirkland makeup removing wipes

    Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Hydrating Gel Cream Broad Spectrum SPF 30 (less coverage)
    Clinique Acne Solutions Liquid Makeup (more coverage)
    Clinique Stay Matte Sheer Pressed Powder
    Clinique All About Eyes Concealer

    CLINIQUE All About Shadow 8-Pan Palette
    Almay Intense i-Color™ Eyeliner (it soft and smudges well, but could last longer)
    MAYBELLINE Full ‘N Soft Mascara
    Clinique quickliner (doesn’t smudge as well but lasts longer)

    Clinique cheek pop (blush)
    TARTE Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush

  11. Face:
    – cetaphil
    -granier micellar water for makeup remover. this has made a huge difference in my skin
    -Olay Complete All Day Moisturizer with Broad Spectrum SPF 30 – best drug store sunscreen for my skin with SPF 30

    – covergirl lashblast
    – maybelline skin clearing BB cream
    – kat von d liquid eyeliner in tattoo – best liquid eyeliner
    – burts bees lipstick in ruby ripple – perfect color red for my coloring (dark hair/light skin), is creamy and wears off very evenly leaving a hint of stain if I forget to reapply
    -boing boing concealer

    • Hair:
      -L’Oreal Excellence Creme Triple Protection Hair Color for coloring my hair at home (go to a salon to get it dyed twice to keep the color consistent/richer) but color my roots at home every four weeks

    • How do you use the miceller water – with a cotton ball?

  12. Fresh Sugar original lip balm. It’s ridiculously expensive for lip balm, but I love it so much.

  13. – Cerave PM moisturizer (use it in AM and PM)
    – Clinique Even Better foundation
    – DiorShow Iconic mascara

    Most everything else is I would be willing to try something else, but nothing will replace these 3 for me and my finicky sensitive skin.

  14. Marshmallow :

    Ride or die repurchase items for my very dry, redness-prone skin:
    — Aquaphor and CeraVe ointment. I have little tubes everywhere for dry spots.
    — Bioderma micellar water
    — Glossier priming moisturizer (regular in the summer, rich in the winter)
    — Cicapair color corrector (and I just bought the serum to go with it! I like it so far.)

    — Blinc mascara
    — Laura Mercier tinted moisturizer
    — Glossier boy brow

    Hair: Tea Tree Tingle, forever and ever and ever.

  15. Mary Ann Singleton :

    Dr Jarts BB cream (or is it CC, can’t remember)

  16. Skincare:
    Origins GinZing eye cream (a must every morning to get rid of puffiness)
    Shiseido undereye SPF (yes really!)

    Maybelline Age Rewind undereye concealer
    Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Aging Perfector (more than a BB cream, less than a foundation)

    Marc Anthony Curl Envy Perfect Curl Styling Cream (a random, amazing find at my CVS – SO good for air drying wavy hair!)

  17. BeenThatGuy :

    I’m surprised no one has mentioned Rodan + Fields. To be very clear, I am NOT a consultant for them and I never intend to be. But their products have changed my skin incredibly. I use the entire Redefine line which is for the reduction of fine lines, pores and loss of firmness. I also use their microdermabrasion paste to help with KP on my arms and their Lash Boost to help regrow my lashes.

  18. I basically buy the entire lines of Yes To and Burts Bees – and just switch between products as the seasons change. My only reliable – can’t-leave-the-house-without-it is the Yes to Carrots moisturizer and sunscreen because it doesn’t feel like anything when you wear it, and I’m super pale. I also use Bare Escentuals eye shadows and mascara because they were well-rated on the Environmental Working Group database.

  19. Anonymous :

    My new obsession is Sunday Riley Good Genes. It is transformative. I’ve used other acid products for years and scoffed at the idea of spending so much money on something that had the same active ingredients as a generic, but this stuff really makes a visible instant difference. I’m kind of obsessed.

    Other ride or die products:
    Boing concealer
    Cicapair redness correction cream
    Revlon color-stay eyeliner
    Obaji hydroquinone and retinol products

    • seconding – I had never spent more than like, $40 on a skincare product (and only for a huge bottle of something I already knew I liked), but I received a sample of Sunday Riley Good Genes and was BLOWN AWAY by the difference in my combination, hormonal acne-prone skin. I purchased a full size immediately and have repurchased twice since then.

  20. givemyregards :

    -Glossier milky jelly cleanser – I honestly don’t know that this stuff is any better than anything else, but for some reason I really love it
    -Retin-A – I actually have two different strengths that I alternate between if my skin gets angry
    -Nivea Daily Essentials moisturizer with SPF – I know Nivea is kind of problematic at the moment but this stuff is great and I love the way it smells. Haven’t found a holy grail evening moisturizer – right now I’m using a sample of 111skin anti-aging cream, which is great but I’m not planning on dropping $270 for a full jar.

    -Almay clear complexion foundation – light but buildable coverage, stays on all day. I don’t think it really does anything as far as the acne-fighting claims, but I switched to this from way more expensive foundation after seeing a friend use it and have stuck with it for 6-8 years.
    -ELF eyelid primer – I actually use this under my eyes as well (but I have very fair skin) b/c I love the velvet texture
    -ELF cream blush – not sure the exact name of this stuff but it is a dollar and it has great staying power. I usually layer under a powder blush (l’oreal true match, which is honestly probably not that amazing but I also poached this idea from the friend with the almay foundation and I’ve just stuck with it b/c it’s reliable) as it helps keep the powder blush on my face and when that inevitably fades there is a layer of the cream blush to back it up.
    -some sort of l’oreal mascara – I switch up the actual type, but usually stick with some sort of l’oreal as I find they have the least fall out.

    It was actually really interesting putting together this list because over the years I have bought SO many expensive beauty products – tons of Sunday Riley from Barneys, Oribe from Space NK, etc. etc. – but the only things I repeatedly purchase are from the drugstore. Maybe because I hold department store brands to a higher standard and nothing seems worth the money a second time?

  21. My go-to products:
    Cetaphil Moisturizer SPF 15 – only sunscreen that doesn’t look ashy on my olive skin
    Bobbi Brown Lip Color in Rose – great neutral
    DermaBlend Pressed Powder – I wear it over foundation for additional coverage

  22. Pale Girl Snorkeling :

    I can’t live without Aveda LipSaver – all time greatest lip moisturizer. Put on a nice thick coat at bedtime and I wake up with soft smooth lips even in my ultra dry house in the middle of winter. I have tubes stashed everywhere and they also last a long time, completely worth the $10 price tag. I also love Aveda lipsticks in general but I’ve rarely been able to buy the same color, they seem to switch up most of the colors every year

    Garnier Fructis dry shampoo – spray it on my dry hair at night and I wake up nicely volumnized. Made a world of difference to my fine wavy hair

  23. Face/Skin:

    CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser
    Origins GinZing Eye Cream
    Skinceuticals Physical Fusion UV Defense
    Prescription retinol/lightener product compounded by a local pharmacy
    Mario Badescu drying lotion for the occasional really bad pimple situation (yes, I know it has negatives, but nothing else really works for that giant zit that shows up the day before a formal event)
    Neutrogena makeup remover towelettes (the only thing that gets off the Urban Decay eyeliner below without leaving a bunch of residue behind)
    Vanicream for the bumps on the back of my arms


    Urban Decay Eyeliner in Smoke, Ransom, and Rockstar
    Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Gunmetal
    Clinique Redness Solutions Loose Powder (not sure what I am going to do to cover my mild rosacea now that it has been discontinued, would love suggestions)
    Bare Minerals Mineral Veil
    Fresh Sugar Nude tinted lip balm


    Tresemme Extra Hold Mousse (I buy 4-5 cans every time Target runs a gift card promo). I try all the fancy curly hair products and nothing holds as well in summer heat.

    I wear very little makeup on the regular, so I bounce around on most colors and products.

    This is a good subject . . . it is helpful to know what is tried and true!!

  24. Anonymous :

    Skin (I’m normal-oily, over 40):
    Paula’s Choice 2% BHA Lotion
    Paula’s Choice RESIST Super Light Wrinkle Defense SPF 30
    Simple Radiance Cleansing wipes

    I wear little and am fickle

    Batiste dry shampoo – finally found a cheaper substitute as effective as Khlorane!
    Clairol Shimmer Lights Shampoo – for toning down brassiness in highlights, works incredibly well
    John Frieda Volumizing Mousse
    Nature’s Gate shampoo/conditioner (I like the smell and the price. My hair is somewhat oily so I’m low maintenance here)

  25. I must be really boring. When I find a product I like, I stick with it. Forever. I wear:
    – Elizabeth Arden foundation. Whichever is the sheerer one.
    – Bobbi Brown pale pink pot for cheeks
    – Benefit Boing concealer
    – Cover Girl smudgable eye pencil in brown-black
    – Maybeline Great Lash mascara in blackest black
    – MAC lipstick in Twig when I’m feeling actual color. Tarte lip paint in Birthday Suit for evening when I want to play up my eyes. And Sugar Honey for most days.
    – Laura Mercier translucent powder
    – Cetaphil cleanser for my face, followed at night by Olay Regenerist sculpting cream.
    – L’Occitane hand cream in winter

    • Anonymous BigLaw Associate :

      I try new things, but I do tend to finish what I buy unless I absolutely hate it (rare). Here are my go-tos that I always have:

      Clairins cleansing milk
      Kiehl’s SPF 30 moisturizer
      Jack Black lip balm (the mint stick one)

      Laura Mercier Setting Powder in Medium Deep (thank you for a setting powder for WOC)
      Laura Mercia Longwear foundation (nutmeg)
      NARS matte lip pencil in Cruella
      Estee Lauder Sumptuous Infinite Mascara
      Milani eye pencils
      Haven’t found an eyeshadow I stick with, but like my Smashbox Master Class palette

      Shiseido sunscreen lotion (SPF 50+)

  26. I used to ❤️ Queen Helene mint julep masque! Is it even around? As a teen, I had greasy skin and it REALLY pulled out the dirt and grime!! My high school boyfriend even started to use it!?

    • Anonymous :

      Amazing product!

    • My mom gave me some when I was in high school, as I also had oiley skin. I would use it again, even though I wound up falling asleep with a green face, and wakeing up with dry green masque all over my pillow case! Dad said I looked even scarier with masque then I did normally! I think that was a complement! YAY DAD!

  27. Skincare:
    Cerave foaming cleanser
    EltaMD spf 40
    Garnier micellar water
    Smith’s rosebud salve
    Eucerin hand cream

    L’Oréal voluminous mascara (I do cheat with other variations and love the newest one)
    Lancôme undereye concealer
    L’Oréal true match concealer stick
    Fresh lip balms in rose, fig, and petal
    Dr. Jart BB balm in gold tube
    Laura mercier caviar eyeshadow stick in amethyst

  28. My holy grail always-repurchase products:
    Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo
    Cover Girl Last Blast mascara
    L’Oreal Lumi Cushion Foundation
    Simple Skin Cleansing Facial Wipes
    L’Oreal Quick Dry Primer Spray (swear it saves me a few minutes of blowdrying time)
    Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Creme
    Smith’s Rosebud Salve
    Bite Agave Lip Mask
    Soap & Glory Hand Food
    First Aid Beauty Eye Duty Triple Remedy
    First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream

  29. Anonymous :

    I am SHOCKED that no one has listed Clinique City Block yet! That green tube is my ride-or-die every single day.

    It provides sheer coverage (a little bit heavier than tinted moisturizer), SPF 40 and a dewy finish. It’s at Sephora, but I always buy it from an airport duty-free shop on vacation every April – this also ensures I’m not keeping a tube longer than a year.

    My job has physical days and desk days, so on a desk day I’ll add mascara, tinted Burt’s Bees and a bit of e.l.f. blush to avoid looking dead. On physical days, my natural flush is enough and also I don’t care.

  30. After going through a ton of moisturizers for my weird oily-dry skin, I’m on my third tube of Dr. Jart’s Water Drop.

    When I travel for work, I take the tiniest make-up bag I can with the other four things I’ve bought multiple times:
    -Maybelline’s weird little Instant Age Rewind Make-up treatment (light coverage but just that little bit more than bb cream)
    -Bobbi Brown travel compact with their three brown nudes and blush
    -Eyeko eyeliner pen (the only liner I can get a solid wing out of every time)
    -Covergirl midnight brown brown pencil (I have bought the fancy brow stuff and I always end up back at this one because it looks so natural)

  31. Olay Shea Butter body wash
    Paula’s Choice 2% BHA – made a huge difference in my acne prone skin
    Kerastase Ciment Thermique blow dry lotion
    Bobbi Brown Skin foundation
    Supergoop facial sunscreen
    NARS Matte Multiple sticks (not shimmery!)
    Glossier Boy Brow

  32. RMS Beauty Beauty oil (just bought a new bottle today) Dove soap, Vaseline with shea butter.

  33. Solo Atty :

    Philosophy purity made simple cleanser
    Mario Badescu Rose Facial Mist
    Mario Badescu Glycolic Toner
    Nyx microbrow pencil
    It Cosmetics CC Cream
    TheBalm Bad Gal Lash mascara
    Soap and Glory The Righteous Butter body butter
    Dove beauty finish dry spray deodorant
    Tresemme keratin smooth spray

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