Fresh Purchases!

Happy Weekend! I am coming at you with a few purchases that I literally just made that may be of interest to all of you. I figured I would give you guys a weekend post because this coming week I have training for work in the middle of nowhere in Maine, so I am not sure if I will be able to write out some posts or even have wifi (the horror).

The products I am about to feature are a mix of things I have purchased before and new items I’ve never tried. I made a trip to CVS this morning and thought I would just feature a little mini haul for all of you!

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Seche Vite Base Coat and Dry Fast Top Coat

I have bought numerous of these magical bottles. The base coat is infamous for filling in ridges and helping your nail polish look smooth and professionally done. I have used Essie’s base coats and Orly’s but nothing compares to the Seche Vite. This also goes for the fast dry top coat. This stuff is so serious. Whatever you are currently using – get rid of and pick one of these up. In college my roommate and I always had “nail dates” a couple of nights a week and this stuff was always the cherry on top (and still is) to my manicure routine. I recently took my gel off my nails because my nails feel week and I honestly miss doing my own because I find it quite calming. So that being said – I needed to obtain fresh bottles to get motivated for doing my own.

L’Oreal Million Lashes False Fiber Lashes

To be honest, I didn’t need this but I always need to have a tube of it handy no matter what my current mascara routine is. Currently I am finishing up my Marc Jacobs sample and alternating that with my Bobbi Brown Smoky Lash and MAC Extended Play. I haven’t own this for awhile because the last one I purchased seemed to possibly have a different formula. It didn’t separate or volumize (or it felt that way) like it usually did but it also could have been because my lashes do go through weird growth phases. So, we’ll see!

Pureology Strength Cure Shampoo & Conditioner

NOW these are the new purchases. I originally went to CVS to grab Redken’s anti-snap because I feel like my hair is giving me a big SOS lately. I have used Pureology’s products in the past and they are so good but way too expensive…but when I went looking for Redken’s Anti-Snap they only carried the detangler so when I saw the Pureology line I took it as a sign to spend the extra dough. My hair is so so fine and not to mention damaged so I didn’t want a product that is moisturizing or hydrating, but rather something good for strengthening and  repairing. I think I will be happy with this stuff since I have used their volumizing line and fell in love but just couldn’t work with the price point!

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Thanks for reading everyone! Chat soon!

Hill XO

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