Dupe Alert!! Drugstore Dupes for High End Skin Care (L’Oreal vs…L’Oreal?)

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Hey guys, hope that you enjoy the video today. Please understand that I’m not in fact endorsing three out of the four products and in fact since the Genifique, Energie de Vie Liquid Moisturiser and Hydra Nutrition all have large quantities of fragrance in them, I would in fact recommend that you stay away from them because it’s not good for the skin. Although I can’t speak for anyone else, those three all made me break out to one degree or another, so sensitive skin beware.

That being said, if you already use either of the two high end products to good results, you’re now aware of two dupes that work just as well. If you’ve been wanting to try either and my warnings haven’t deterred you? Here ya go!

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Holiday 2017: Christian Siriano Brush Set Walgreens Exclusive + Changes to the Blog Format

Hey guys, so we’re gonna be changing things up a bit and it’s all detailed in the video below. Hope you like the changes, I just think that I have to go this way now because it’s simply easier for me at this time.

Holiday 2017: The $15 Brush Set That’s Saving My Edges.

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I am not into drugstore makeup or accessories, I’ve tried and with very few exceptions such as European drugstore items and the rare American stuff, I’m just not here for most of it. But Walgreens in like my one stop shop, I go there almost daily cause I can find everything I need from soy milk (cheaper than the grocery store at that) to bath and home items.

So when I went in the other day to get something and no one was at the counter, I started twirling to the music in my head as I’m wont to do when I forget that I’m out in the world and should hide my weirdness, and immediately stopped when on my last twirl my eyes landed on this brush set, and then the big ass 50% off sign right above it.

Now, of most drugstore stuff I tend to like Wet n Wild a lot, I’ve bought over the last year almost all the collections that they’ve debuted. I haven’t blogged most of it unfortunately, but Wet n Wild has some part in my weekly makeup games. Five minutes after spotting it I had walked out with it because pretty and cheap. I was a little concerned about the performance because well, it’s a drugstore makeup brush set, but I rationalised that for $15, I could live with the disappointment.

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