Empties.


HAIR

Ouai Conditioner: This wasn't my favorite. I buy it because I like the shampoo and want to keep the smell consistent, but it doesn't do much to detangle this mess of hair. I have to use a lot of leave-in to sort it out.


Ouai Leave- In Conditioner: One word...BOMB. My favorite leave- in is this one. I keep replacing bottle after bottle bc not only does it smell good, it really does work!


Moroccanoil: I got a mini sample of this. I used it on my dry hair with VERB heat cream and put it on my ends then worked my way up. It's light and does a good job of dealing with thirsty strands, but not making that freshly showered hair look like a grease ball.





FACE

ARCONA Magic Dry Ice: I got this based on a recommendation from using another product. I thought I really loved this at first, but then it just kind of became something I was using to make space for something new. I still haven't found a hydrating serum I'm just SOLD on...


Tatcha Dewy Skin Mist: I said before on an IG story that I wasn't a huge fan of this spray, but the more I used it, I really started liking the scent and the way it made my skin super dewy before putting on makeup. I also used a refresher during the day on top of makeup!


Kate Somerville SPF 50+: IDK how old this is... But I finally used it. Not a fan of the straight white sunscreens. I love either a clear or tinted one to really blend in with my super tan skin (LOLz). I'm currently using a green treatment that I am loving that will replace my SPF stash.


YSL All Hours Foundation: Love this. Dare I say I like this better than the Armani?? I mean, they are both great so I really can't pick. I got color matched for this shade and I've always thought it delivered a full coverage look that I'm always impressed with!


Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum: HOLY GRAIL! For me, it's so worth the big price tag. I almost shed a tear when I reached the last drop. This is absolute heaven for my dry skin and is by far the closest I've come to having the perfect skin while dealing with the oily/combo/ dry patches while not breaking out. This is really a good reset for my skin!


Micellar Cleansing Water: V low price tag with awesome results. Love this! It works just as well as the expensive stuff for a fraction of the price and literally comes in a huge bottle. I use this with a cotton pad and soak my lids first to easily remove that eye makeup.




BODY

Body + Therapy Bath Soak: I love anything bath related, but I felt blah about this. Didn't get me that overwhelming smell I love during what I call my "spa time". It didn't last long and overall I truly can't remember a good thing about it... Also I cannot remember where I got this so really we will just skip over this. Thank you, next. (Try THIS instead)


Jergens Natural Glow Moisturizer: I think I'm on my 5th or 6th bottle of this?? So good. Delivers such a subtle color (we are in winter, everyone cool down with the tans bc we all know you didn't just get back from St. Barts...it's a pandemic) and gives such a nice glow! I have 3 more bottles under my sink waiting to be used.


Ouai Body Crème: You guys know I'm a big fan of Ouai products, but this was just okay. If I was gifted this I would use it up again, but I prob wouldn't buy this for myself. I didn't love the smell and that's really the reason we use crèmes, is it not?






XX, The Snob Edit

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