It's been a bit since I posted any new beauty products I liked - partially because I haven't been buying too many recently - so I thought I would touch on a few of my tried and true products.
Mally High Shine Liquid Lipstick in Orchid ($20) - I usually hate lip glosses because I can't stand the stickiness that comes with them, and almost always prefer Chapstick (my fave here) or lipstick, but this color is really great (not too light, not too dark, just a touch of purplish-pink), and lasts FOR-EV-ER.
bareMinerals Original Foundation in Fairly Light ($28) - I've used it on-and-off for years, but I always seem to come back to it, no matter how many other products I try. It's super light and feels like you're wearing nothing, and somehow lasts all day (with the help of a little primer mixed in with my face lotion). It's really sheer too, so it makes you look like your skin is just naturally awesome (ah, one can wish).
Clinique Clarifying Lotion 2 ($13.50) - another tried and true product, I have used this since high school, and it still is the best post face-washing cleanser/toner yet. I have very sensitive skin, and it never dries it out or makes it red. I'm pretty obsessed with trying new skincare products, but this is always one of the things in my bag.
Bliss Micro Magic ($48) - so this actually is a recent purchase (well, technically, it came in my March Must Have box - which is awesome considering the box full of goodies is only $40, including the full size scrub - which alone is $48!), and it is fantastic. Like I said before, I'm a skincare nut, and this exfoliator is AMAZING. You're skin will never feel cleaner or smoother. Worth every penny (and I will totally be dishing out the fifty bucks for it when I'm done this bottle).
Nourish Organic Eye Cream ($16) - I love eye cream - not necessarily because I need it (well, not yet anyway) - but because it's so refreshing and cool on your face. This one is great because it's thick but not TOO thick, and has the perfect amount of cooling effect. Also, it's less than twenty bucks - can't beat that!