I am getting tired of the cold weather.
I feel like I am constantly cold, and I’m always trying to find a way to warm myself up. I realize that I don’t dress warmly enough, mostly because many warm weather clothes make my skin itch.
And speaking of itching, my skin is driving me crazy. I have to SUPER DUPER moisturize, or else I unconsciously scratch myself to the point that I’m bleeding. The skin around my joints (the inner part of my elbows, my armpits, and knees) are the worst, but I also itch on my arms and lower legs as well. Hey, that’s almost everywhere!
Okay, let’s take a look back at my favorites from February 2016 and 2015, and hopefully I’ll feel a little better!
In February 2016, I liked:
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Yes, this is definitely a staple. I’ve been using the Milani Eye Primer for a while, but maybe I’ll buy another UDPP next time I place an order to Sephora.
Daiso Silicone Mask
I don’t own this anymore, but I do recommend it if you need extra moisture from your face mask.
Muji Jojoba Oil
I never repurchased this. Recently, I’ve been using plain baby oil on my skin, which is cheaper and more hydrating.
Zombies, Run app
After moving to Tokyo, I’ve been using this app to run almost every day! The storyline is great, and it makes running a lot more fun. It’s free to use, and although I do pay for a premium subscription, I used the free version for over a year.
In February 2015, I liked:
L’Oreal Infallible Eye Shadow Crayon in Everlasting Gold
I didn’t repurchase this after I used it up. I think it’s a pretty good product, but I realized that I don’t really enjoy using chubby pencils on my eyes.
Nichido 7x Volume Curl mascara (link goes to my review)
This is a local product from the Philippines. If you have a chance to buy it, it’s worth it – and very cheap. I bought a bunch of drugstore products when I visited Manilla, and this was definitely the winner.
Airless pump for foundation
Definitely the best way to pump out foundation. And I can get this pump for 100 JPY at Daiso!
Hope you enjoyed this look back to my old favorites!