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I swear the people at CVS know me by now lol. Last week I was there almost every day because I had to print out pictures. I had to go back several times to print more pictures because I kept forgetting to print out certain ones -_- . In any case, they should be glad I made so many trips because I never left empty-handed or with only my pictures. I always had to leave with a few beauty-related items hehe. So here`s just a haul of random products. I wasn`t really planning on buying any of these items, but they just caught my eye while I was browsing.
<strong>Milani Minerals Blush with Brush - Mai Tai</strong>
<dd>The few times I stopped by CVS to check out the Milani 75% off sale I could not find a single blush and, trust me, I made many stops to my local CVS lol. I really wanted to pick up a few to try because a lot of people have hauled these blushes here on LUUUX and they really seem to like them. In any case, I finally spotted a lone blush in the display and I quickly grabbed it. It was stocked amongst the single eyeshadows. It was kind of weird and I have no idea why there was only one. The display didn`t seem to have a section for blushes, but maybe they were just sold out. And yes, it was on sale for 75% off so, even better!</dd>
<strong>Sally Hansen Hard as Nails</strong>
<dd>I`ve been meaning to pick up a new base coat because I really hate the Revlon one I currently use. I feel like it doesn`t do much as a base coat and it doesn`t keep my nails from getting stained :( . I know a lot of people swear by the Sally Hansen Hard as Nails one so I decided to give it a try. It`s supposed to prevent chipping, splitting, and cracking.</dd>
<strong>Physicians Formula Glow & Mood Boosting Powder - Translucent</strong>
<dd>I don`t really need a new powder because I have plenty of powders in my collection, but this looked interesting and it`s one of the new Physicians Formula products. Plus, you get $7 ECBs for every $10 you spend on Physicians Formula products. The packaging is a little bulky, as most Physicians Formula products are, but it`s also pretty cute. I tried this a few days ago and it works great as a powder, but I don`t see much of a difference compared to other powders. I`ll have to use it more to give an accurate review.</dd>
<strong>Garnier Skin Renew Dark Spot Correcter</strong>
<dd>I`ve seen this advertised in magazines a whole bunch of times; I`ve also read some reviews on it and, apparently, it actually works to even out your skin tone. Since I had $7 in ECBs after my Physicians Formula purchase this only cost me around ten bucks. Regularly, I think this product is pretty pricey. I think at CVS it runs around $18 or $19. I`m going to start using it and see how well it works. Hopefully, I can get a review up for anyone who`s interested.</dd>
<dd>I wanted these so that I could do some new hairstyles that I recently saw on Youtube. Nothing special haha.</dd>
<em>Have you tried any of these products?</em>
[images are mine]