If I need it, if it’ll sell out, and/or it’s not a brand that usually goes on sale. In my case, I usually purchase when things launch, but if I don’t–say it’s an older product range or just one I knew I didn’t have time to review when it launched–I may wait until there’s a discount.
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I’d prefer smaller format cheek palettes, like duos or trios, and I really appreciate when brands release at least two (low bar!) versions to at least attempt to address the needs of multiple skin tones!
If it’s a brand that seems to go on sale regularly–like every other month or something like that–and isn’t a product I’d expect to sell out any time soon. I’ll also be more inclined to wait for a sale on staple products, since I can plan purchases so I’m never “without” (like a...
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Happy Saturday! I always enjoy seeing what makes up the week's top ten highest-reviewed products, so I hope you find it somewhat interesting as well! :)
What was your week in review like?
- Your skin tone/coloring:
- Look you loved this week?:
- Any new or old favorites discovered?:
- Any product you're...
I find keeping track of expenses/adhering to a budget along with having a list of what I want/need to be useful. These seem to help me stay more “on list” rather than getting excited over something just because it’s a “good deal.”
There are so many, and while many US-based brands ship internationally, often between shipping and duties, it may be cost prohibitive! I wish brands like ColourPop and Sydney Grace had additional distributors for other regions.