Products I have hit pan on!09:00:00
Hi Everyone! I hope you are all doing well. :)
In the beauty world, hitting pan on powder products is such a rare thing. They just seem to last forever. However, sometimes I feel like I am holding myself back from finishing a product. If it was something very expensive and dear to me, then I'll try my hardest to keep it for as long as humanly possible.
I believe I have seen this post once on my bloglovin' news feed, quite some time ago, so I figured that I would make a "products I've hit pan on" post of my own. I had to rummage through my stash to find some of these products which were hibernating from being used on my face, but have still reached pan and will sadly have to be replaced in the near future.
So without further ado, here are some of the products I have reached pan on.
Blusher: My beautiful and beloved "Dandelion" Blush from Benefit has reached pan. There is still a lot of product left so I don't think this baby will leave me just yet. It is a beautiful light and subtle pink that can also act as a bit of a highlighter as it has a bit of shimmer to it. It was one of my first purchases from Benefit and I love it to bits. It would definitely suit a lot of different types of skin tones so I do recommend it.
Powders: I have two powders that are running out on me, the first being a powder that I use on a total daily basis (Click here to see other products I use daily). It is the Rimmel London "Stay Matte" powder. There isn't much I can say about this product, only that it does the job and it will need replacing soon. Another powder I used to use which still has a little excess is my Benefit "Hello Flawless" powder. Again this does the job it is supposed to do. I don't really find any powder better than the other.
Eye Shadow Quad: Finally is a product I haven't used in yonks and one that was my holy grail eye shadow quad. This was in the day where I totally preferred wearing bold and vibrant eye shadows rather than subtle nudes. It is my Rimmel London "GlamEyes Quad". The small box comes with four different eyeshadows, a vibrant pink, a highly pigmented blue which has completely reached pan, a smoky grey and then a yellow toned neutral for highlighting etc. I used to pair the pink and blue eye shadows together and I thought I was the coolest girl in town. But looking at the pink it is an absolutely gorgeous colour. I definitely must check the shops to see if these are still available. The Rimmel London eye shadows are reasonably good quality wise. They are very pigmented and long lasting. They don't have that creamy feeling like the Urban Decay eye shadows, but for the price, can you complain?
What products have you reached pan on?
Be sure to let me know in the comments.
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