Whatever I Feel Friday: Makeup Haul!

Hello my beauties and welcome back to another ‘Whatever I Feel Friday’ and this week we are doing something a lot of us love- a makeup haul! This all wasn’t in one trip online, it’s a few orders that I let collect to do one big one! I’m going to be showing products from Ulta and Sephora. Ready to see the goodies? Let’s go!

First up, Ulta! I have been dying to get my hands on the Naked Heat palette since I got a chance to truly look at it and see how versatile the palette is. Plus, it’s warm toned, so that’s totally in right now too. This palette runs in the same price range as the other Urban Decay Naked palettes, so this will set you back $54. By purchasing the palette I qualified for two of their free gifts with purchase, a Glide on Eye Liner in ‘Zero’ and a mini size of their famous Primer Potion. I also got the Kathleen Lights x Colourpop Dream Team Liquid Lip Bundle that includes Moon Child an Ultra Glossy Lip, Dreamy an Ultra Satin Lip, and Rever and Ultra Satin Lip. I really just bought it to try Moon Child after Allie Glines raved about it so much on her channel. The last thing I got from Ulta was a little trinket tray that says Pretty Little Things. I love trinket trays and this is the perfect size for my vanity to hold my watch and nose ring when I am doing my makeup.

From Sephora, I got a lot of brands I had never tried before and I can’t wait to use them and put them to the test! The two things I got that I’ve had before is the Limited Edition Diamonds Too Faced Better than Sex mascara and a new Urban Decay Vice Lipstick in the color Naked which is a nude pink. I got the creme formula because it honestly one of my favorite formulas of any lipstick I have tried and/or own. I also decided to purchase the rollerball version of the Elizabeth and James Nirvana French Grey perfume. I have the Nirvana White and Black rollerball and this has been the other one that caught my attention. Now onto the shiny new things! I am so excited that I was able to get my hands on the new Huda Beauty The New Nude eyeshadow palette I only learned about Huda in August when I started watching Wannmakeup‘s YouTube videos and I am so glad I did. This palette is definitely not for someone who is even remotely nervous around glitter and shimmer, definitely not me. I’m starting to play around with it so be sure to keep your eyes peeled on my Instagram (@emmadelfosse_mua) for looks! I decided it was about time to try some Fenty Beauty by Rihanna and to do that I figured I would try one of their more popular lip items, the Gloss Bomb lip gloss in Diamond Milk . I haven’t tried much of it yet, but from what I have seen I think I’m really going to like it. I’ve been wanting to try an illuminating primer and what better primer to do that with than the Becca Backlight Priming Filter Face Primer, I have been dying to get this but was too nervous but this time I just bit the bullet. I’ve only used it once so far but I really like it. It truly gives glow without glitter. The last thing I got was actually on sale from Christmas, and still is available on their site for $29 instead of $39 and is a $100 value. I got the Tarte Lasting Lippies Set, in the set you get 5 full size Tarteist Lip Paints in a range from a nude to a bright fuschia pink. The colors you get are Salty, Rose, Extra, Fly, and Front Row. I’ve had Rose before when it was a part as the mini set you got for your birthday a year or two ago and I really liked the color. Besides that I have not tried any of the other colors but I do know the formulation is very comfortable.

Have you tried any of these products? What do you think of them? I will keep you updated on how I get on with these products. Always Be Bold, Be Beautiful, Be YOU!!Β  Because you is the most beautiful you there is.


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