Since I am just not feeling this project pan right now, I am shutting it down. It would maybe be different if I didn’t have to wear a facemask all day. But I do, so cream projects just don’t work right now. Moving into the winter and with the whole of the US and our stat in particular doing terribly, basically unless I am home I am in a facemask. And that’s not great for cream products.
Here’s the photo of where I was at the beginning of last month:
I had finished the no poreblem primer and the small perfume. Everything else I was plugging away at.
This month’s photo:
I have cut into my sunscreen and I continue to use that regularly but there’s a lot in the base that I couldn’t get out while the tube was still whole. So, it has continued to take me a lot of time.
I made the normal amount of progress on my facial spray.
The Juice Beauty primer is balling up on my face quite a lot, it interferes with something. Perhaps the sunscreen. I hate using it. I will try it again with the next sunscreen to see if it improves at all, but I may end up decluttering it. I made progress though, I just couldn’t see the progress I made to mark it.
The foundation is way too dark for my skin as we move toward winter. I didn’t mark it but you can see that I did have a bit more use. Now it’ll be put back on a shelf waiting until spring/summer next year.
My sleek cream contour palette did see a bit of use, I did actually use it. But not enough to really make a difference in the pan. I only used that darkest shade.
The only things I’ll continue to use are the sunscreen and the facial spray. Then the primer once the sunscreen is gone. But in the end, I am ready to put this project to bed.
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Well, we saw tremendous progress with this project! I am so proud of all you were able to use up this year. I understand the no cream products with face masks thing. I am running into the same problem even with some of my powders. Anything with pigment rubs off on my mask. I’m trying to simplify my makeup routine to use the items that don’t rub off on the masks right now. It is trial and error, but I am enjoying discovering what works and what doesn’t. At least eye makeup is still a go!