Empty Update: The Beauty Products I Used To The Last Drop

It doesn't happen often, so, when it does, I feel like it is worth sharing. These are the beauty products I used down the last drop this week:

drybar On The Rocks Clarifying Charcoal Shampoo & Lightweight Conditioner: This is the perfect deep cleaning plus light (but hydrating) duo. Charcoal is such a popular ingredient right now for purifying the skin- and it is equally powerful for the hair. The shampoo easily clears out any product (or sweat) buildup, and the conditioner (I only use it on the bottom 6 inches of my hair) leaves my hair ready for styling. 

Charlotte Tilbury Beach Stick in Las Salinas: I swear I have had this stick for like 2 years, used it almost daily, and it JUST ran out. This hue is a perfect candy pink, and the creamy formula is so easy to blend on to the apples of your cheeks for the most natural flush ever. Plus, it has Ceramidone® in it to plump and perfect the skin. It is designed for lips and cheeks, but I only use it on my cheeks- for some reason, it looks sorta tock and chalky on my lips.

It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream: This is the foundation I use 90% of of the time (I wear Medium). It is a color correcting, full-coverage cream with the benefits of a hydrating anti-aging serum and- major points here- SPF50. I love it because I can apply it with my fingertips in a rush, or when I have more time and want to really "do" my makeup, I apply it with a brush or sponge and the finish is even more flawless. 

Lancome Renergie Lift Multi-Action Lip Plumping Balm: Generally, lip balms are a dime a dozen for me- but I gravitate towards this one because it plumps without tingling, and the shea butter and beeswax make for a light but moisturizing finish. There is an instant effect that makes my lips just look healthier, and sure, it may help smooth out the appearance of fine lines around my mouth over time, but in the short term, I just like the way it works solo or under any of the 50 new matte lipsticks I am currently wearing on repeat. 



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