1: Burt’s Bees natural Acne Solutions Toner 
This stuff is great! It’s about $10 at any drug store. It has 1% salicylic acid which helps with acne. I put it on after I wash my face in the morning and night. It gets into pores and helps reduce blemishes. If you do have acne and can’t find this, you can just use which hazel. There is which hazel in this along with other ingredients, that’s why I prefer it then just the which hazel.
2: Victoria’s Secret Sheer Love purfume 

Purfumes are either a win or lose for me. I get headaches from them so easily. This one though isn’t harsh but still leaves a nice scent throughout the day. It’s described as white cotton & pink lily. I like it because it has that fresh scent. It’s $18 at Victoria secret. This is the perfume I reach for every morning.
3: limited-edition tarteist™ contour palette

This pallete has the perfect shades to contour with. The brown shades are great because they aren’t orange like most bronzers can be and they don’t have any grey tones like some contour shades can. They also blend out nicely. The 2 light shades are nice because they have a banana shade & a pink tone. I like to mix them together for the highlight of the face. The white shade is a nice subtle highlight. It is so buttery. The blush is a nice deep pink which warms up the face. If you put to much on it can easily get blended out. I got this as a gift last Christmas and I’ve hit pan already. I use it every time I do my make up, it’s a holy grail for me. It’s just full of smooth, nicely pigmented colors. It is a little bit more on the high end side, it cost $45.

4: coconut oil 

love love love coconut oil. It literally can be used for so many things. The few things I love about it is that it is healthy, it isn’t full of chemicals & it is very effective. I like to use it for deep hair conditioning. It helps with dandruff and keeps your hair healthy, strong, and moisturized. It also is great for a moisturizer, it rejuvenates the skin. My skin gets so dry and if I put some on before I go to bed, when I wake up you can’t even tell that there were dry patches. It has even helped reduced my acne. If you run out of chapstick, it does the same job too. When I go tanning, I put a whole bunch on because it helps protects your skin. It works great as a make up remover too. It just melts it all right off. Coconut oil is great, it works for everything. I just pick up a jar at Aldi’s for $5.
5: OPI don’t pretzel my buttons nail polish

This is the perfect blush nude. I have a very pale complexion, and this color is just a little darker. It goes on great, has a perfect shine, and usually last a week with nothing on it. It’s very cheap too, it’s only $5 to $10 depending on the store.

I’ve tried out lots of eyeshadows and my favorite so far is morphe. You get 35 pans for about $20, that is a good deal in my book. The eyeshadows are pigmented and buttery. They blend out so nicely too! The lighter, shimmery shades also work as a highlight! I do it all the time and it doesn’t even cause break outs like other eyeshadows can. This palate has a nice selection of warm and cool tones.
7: argan oil

I hate putting a bunch of products in my hair that don’t even make a difference. The one thing I do love putting in my hair is argon oil. It adds moisture and shine to my dull dead ends. Even though it is a oil, it doesn’t make it oily looking or feeling. It helps with hair growth too!
8: Remington CI9538 Large Pearl Ceramic Professional Curling Wand

Whenever I decide to do my hair I usually end up curling it. I’ve discovered I prefer a wand rather than a clamp. It creates more of a natural curl/wave and doesn’t leave a clamp mark at the ends. The curls also last longer. I like the wands that get thinner at the bottom because it creates more dimension. I got this one from Walmart for about 25 bucks. It’s cheap and last a long time. I’ve had it for years.

I hope you guys enjoyed! What are some of your guys favorites? Do you use any of these products?! Leave a comment 🙂

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