#SPRINGHAUL: Sephora, Urban Outfitters, and MUJI

It’s spring! We all need to get some new makeup/skincare products so we can let go of our dreary winter selves and once again put our best faces forward! A short post today on some things I bought from Sephora, the beauty section of Urban Outfitters, and MUJI. Enjoy~

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I first got my hands on a cleansing oil and high moisture toner from MUJI’s Balancing Skincare Line. It is supposed to be for combination skin, and claims to balance out the skin’s moisture level.

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I also got the Caolion Blackhead O2 Bubble Pore Pack from Urban Outfitters (Sephora only sold this online which makes me annoyed). I’m finally stepping onto the Bubble Mask trend bus!

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the product came like this – icky surface…

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ooooooo ahhhhhhhh

Now onto the Sephora products. I bought my first ever high-end brushes from Tarte and Sephora’s own brand.

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eyeshadow blending and smudge brush

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blush and contour brush

I also got Sephora’s Glitterguard eye primer. I don’t use glitter that much, but the formula on this product didn’t seem too tacky or sticky, so I thought it would work well for my daily makeup routine. I reached for the Urban Decay primer as well, but then opted for this more affordable one because the formulas seemed really similar.

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I was looking for something to pair with my blackhead O2 mask and really exfoliate my skin – the nice assistant at Sephora recommended ExfoliKate to me. Hefty price though! This tiny sample cost 24 dollars.

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Lastly, I picked up Nest Fragrance’s floral mini-duo (Dahlia and Vines and their popular Midnight Fleur). I was disappointed by the fact that the perfumes did not have a spray cap, but the packaging is stunning and the scents on point – perfect for springtime.

That’s all I’ve got for y’all! May be seeing some of these products in a future review, so stay tuned.

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