We all have those days when we rediscover our favourite mascara of 2011. In fact, back then I was only 12, so my favourite mascara was most probably my mothers current favourite, of which I had ever so kindly 'borrowed' without her knowing. Anyway, my point being that recently I feel like I have neglected half of my makeup collection. I don't know whether the reason for this is because, in general, I tend to wear less makeup, or if it's because it had been stashed away at the bottom of my makeup bag. All the same, I delved deep into my drawers and re-fell in love with some old time classics.
The first two products are the Maybelline Gimme Brow and a Mac lipstick in the shade Syrup. This lippy was my first ever Mac purchase from the good old 2013 (yes, that is a big thing to us girls). It's actually a lovely deep, mauvey-berry shade (the website claims it's a cloudy pink), however this has not been accurately picked up by the camera at all!
Fabulous. You will have to make do with your imagination, or better yet, I will link the shade here.
Secondly, I have neglected my Gimme Brow eyebrow brush for a few weeks now, but this is due to my acquired love for investigating new brow products. (Yes, I did purchase Brow-Archery from Soap and Glory, yes I did fall in love and yes, expect a blog post regarding that very very soon). Anyway, now it's the summer holidays, and I cannot be bothered to properly make up my face every morning, I run this through my brows a few times and I'm good to go.
Some of you may be puzzled as to what the purple packet, in the picture above, encloses. I will put you all out of your misery and reveal that it is infact a four pack of eyeshadow primers, which I found in the bottom of my Naked 2 palette box. How have I only just found this? Well, here's my logic. I was super excited to start using my Naked 2 palette, the primers got pushed aside and forgotton about. EIGHT months later, they have been recovered, and I am super excited to start using them.
Last, but not least, my Eyeko eyeliner has not been used for a good six months either. Possibly because I can never be bothered to usually apply eyeliner, or possibly because the last time I attempted to use this product I got so frustrated because hardly anything refused to come out of the nib. Nevertheless, six months later this eyeliner is doing me justice, so much so there's a possibility that it could make it's way into being used in a future makeup look.
Those are the four products I am going to try and make an extra effort to use more. What products in your makeup drawers are lacking in love?