If you live in Montana and find yourself in a Sephora you may experience two immediate reactions:
1. Kiss the glistening floors below your feet because you more than likely (you did) drive over 6 hours to get here.
2. Buy everything. Don't need it? Don't matter. Don't want it? Whatever, it's going in the shopping bag. Two for one? DONE. Orange eyeliner? I mean, you could use it someday.
To give you some background there is ONE Sephora in our entire state. ONE. Yes, we are blessed to have the occasional ULTA scattered here and there but even that is a recent occurrence During the dark times (we'll call this B.S [BEFORE SEPHORA]) anyone makeup/beauty product inclined was forced to order all of their necessities online. This is convenient, but also difficult to compare shades, size, etc.
So what's the bottom line? This is a big deal. I basically felt like Indian Jones making my way through a viney forest of sale racks in a JC Penny to reach the epicenter of fabulous. SEPHORA.
On this trip, I purchase two items I've had my eye on for some time. Enjoy!
C H A M P A G N E P O P
If you know me, you know I have a slight obsession with Jaclyn Hill - Makeup & Beauty Youtube icon. She teamed up with Becca Cosmetics last summer and released the ever so popular 'Champagne Pop' highlighter. At a whopping $38 dollars I could never bring myself to make the purchase (especially when I had only seen it online). During this trip however, I stumbled upon a new Trio released just this month (my timing is impeccable). This palette is a beautiful sandwich of the universally flattering peach luminizer Champagne Pop and the company's copper and pearl versions. All three powder highlighters are super velvety and ultra pigmented. Each give your skin an eye-catching glow without any visible glitter or shimmer particles - PERFECTION. You can blend all three shades together for radiant bronze hue, or use them individually depending on your vibe. The whole palette goes for only $34. So duh. Purchase.
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