So far things are going well on all my panning projects, although I have received some new items that I really want to use, so I’ve let myself use new stuff once a week so I can play with them and still use up my older products. The best of both worlds! I’m finding I really like some of the project items and discovered some new uses and combos as well.
Deadline for using up these products is March 20, 2015. I chose 14 products so I would be sure to hit my goal of finishing 10.
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From Mary Kay Cosmetics: Apricot Breeze Blush, Sandstone Bronzer, Blue Moon Eye Duo, Persian Spice and Sugarplum Eye Shadows. You can see more pan in the sugarplum and a couple dips in the Persian Spice and darker of the Blue Moon Duo.
White Wash Eye Pencil I am only using on the inner corners of my eyes as a highlight because it has so much shimmer so there has only been a little progress. The Taupe Shimmer Eye Pencil works great as both an eye shadow base and as a eye liner on the bottom lashes. The most progress is with the Jade Mint Eye Pencil because I am using it as an eye liner topped with any one of the eye shadows to give me several different colour combinations.
Pink Sand Lip Pencil I can use alone or as a liner underneath another lip product. I forgot to measure this when I started so this is the mark I am at currently. You will see some progress next time because I sharpen this everything other use to keep a good point on it for lip lining.
From e.l.f. cosmetics: The Concealer/Highlighter and Eye Refresh I can’t see through but I continue to use them faithfully. I have decided I don’t really like the e.l.f. liquid highlighter or the concealer although they are economical. I will continue to use them up. If someone has an idea on other uses than just regular concealing and highlighting with these, please leave a comment.
The Avon lip balm has lots of progress because I keep it on my night stand and use it once or twice a day. It might even be gone by my next update.
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