Party On

I know I am late to the party. I always am, but that's okay. I assume you all know about Sephora's gift sets? They are steals I tell you! This is also where I hope none of my family reads my blog or they are going to get Christmas spoilers. Ha. I went through ALL the gift sets to pull out all my favorites. Yes, I used my time so you all don't have too. The lowdown... nail polish, makes a great gift for Ellie and I can use them too. I'm not a huge makeup wearer. I believe strongly in trying to keep my skin decent and I have found Tata Harper to do that for me. This set really is a steal! It's the one line that truly has helped my adult acne. When I do wear makeup the sponge has been a life saver. The clinique chubby contour I use sparingly, but it makes the worlds of difference.  Dr Jart is my new fave and this set costs just as much as one tube. I tend not to break out as much with this brand which is a plus. Josie Maran argan wipes I use when I am too lazy to wash my wash. My sister swears by all Fresh products and her face is like a babies bottom. Bumble and Bumble is my fave. I own it all. I have been intrigued lately to try the Living Proof line after a recommendation and I was grateful to see sets so reduced. Supergoop is a fave for sun care for both me and the kiddos. I believe black clay does wonders especially on my back. Finally the Jack Black lip balm is my absolute favorite and the Mr agrees. I will grab one or two out before sticking them in his stocking. I'm such a giver that way.

My steal of the day is a leather jacket by Muubaa. I bought the Mira which seems to be sold out, but the original price was $695.00 and I got it for $199.00! Crossing my fingers it fits as I have been on a saving no shopping hiatus. All the Muubaa jackets are listed for $199.00 here. Worth a look if you are in the market for something so fabulous. I think it will become a staple in my small wardrobe. After reading Forever Chic I decided that I am mostly French. Buy less, but well. Skin comes before makeup and everything in moderation. It's a fun read for sure.