I haven't done a proper haul in forever-- mainly because I haven't done much fun shopping in a while, but when I saw the 100 point perks available I knew it was time to pick up a few things....
These were my 100 Point Perks-- two products I had been wanting to try and one I already know I love!
The Ole Henriksen Truth Serum was recently on my ultimate wish list post! I have issues with my skin reacting to almost everything, so I'm more than happy to try a free sample before splurging on a full size product!
The ever so popular Origins GinZing eye cream was something I was interested to try but definitely wasn't going to spend the money to try. I've had so-so luck with other origin products I've tried, but I'm excited to give this a try.
If you read my recent lancome mascara post you'll know I'm obsessed. This lash booster is equally as amazing. It's a product I would have never originally tried but it came in a kit with a mascara and I used it and was shocked. It's like false lashes without wearing false lashes.
The Brow Wiz and Argan Hair Oil were also both on my wish list. I was between brunette and soft brown for the brow wiz but went with soft brown since my hair is light-- even though my brows are practically black. I haven't used it yet, but I'm hoping this little $21 pencil was worth it!
I'm excited to use the oil because my long hair tends to get really dry on the ends. I use my It's a 10 more as a detangle and all over conditioner, but have been using this on the ends and I love it so far!
The L'Occitane Hand Cream was something I wanted to try for winter. I actually HATE hand lotion-- I can't stand feeling lotion on my hands. In an attempt to take better care of my skin I want to get into more of a routine with hand lotion. I went with the rose petals scent and it smells amazing-- at first I was afraid it was going to be too strong but it's actually on the light side. It reminds me of the fresh cut roses Yankee Candle.
I normally use the regular rose salve lip balm but something about the strawberry balm was calling my name. Which really means I needed something to get me to $50 so I could get free shipping. It was a good choice though, it reminds me of those little strawberry shortcake dolls I used to have when I was little--- anyone know what I'm talking about?
The Dry Bar shine cream was the promo code I used. It's a cream based pomade that adds shine and tames stray hairs. I'm excited to try this out when I curl my hair-- I'm hoping it will help with the hold without weighing it down.
I'm sure I'll come back and do more in-depth reviews of some of the products if I end up liking them! Skin care is tricky because it takes so long to see any kind of results. Have you picked up any fun/new products lately?