sephora haul

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Since I have been on my perfect moisturizer quest, I decided to hit up Sephora online recently. Here’s what I wound up with…

  • Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask — seen here. My combination skin does tend to dry out in the winter time, so I finally got this beauty off my favorites list. I’ve heard great things about it in the past! I love the idea of putting it on before bed and waking up with amazing skin.
  • WEN by Chaz Dean Healthy Haircare Kit — seen here. I’ve heard about Wen haircare through so many different people for so long, I finally just bit the bullet and got this kit. My hair is super fine, breaks easily, and lacks volume. This is supposed to be super light weight but moisturizing, so hopefully my hair will fluff up and grow out. I’ll do a review if it’s all the rage!
  • Perricone MD Face Finishing Moisturizer — full size seen here, but I bought a smaller & cheaper size that for the life of me I can’t find at Sephora.com anymore. Pretty self explanatory, I need a good moisturizer! And the option to buy a smaller less expensive size is perfect for me while I try things out.
  • Bumble & Bumble All Style Blowout deluxe sample — I’m SUPER excited about trying this gel out! It smells amaaazing!
  • Two perfume samples I tossed in with the other samples in my Fabulous February GIVEAWAY

Have you tried any of these beauty products? What’d you think? What have you picked up from Sephora recently?

 

“sample”y crazy?!

Screen Shot 2015-01-21 at 11.53.11 AMI can’t be the only one completely overwhelmed by samples — can I? Between Birchbox and free samples with every Sephora purchase (not to mention the makeup bags full of samples they do sometimes .. I sure am a sucker for those), I have a BAJILLION samples of products. I need to start finding a way to integrate them into my skin care routine! Perhaps some OCD organization is in order. Right now, they are all just randomly shuffled together, and just continue to pile up.

As a random resolution (I missed New Years with this one) I’d like to make it a point to organize all my samples and begin incorporating them into my skincare routine on a more regular basis. By doing this, I aspire to be able to write more reviews on products! (I’m still moisturizer searching, don’t worry — all y’all’s help has not gone un-noticed!)

How do you incorporate samples into your skincare routine?? Does your skin ever give you trouble because of them? I wanna hear in the comments below!