2020 Project Pan

Hello, gorgeousness! Today I'm trying out a new thing. I'm starting a project pan! I'm not doing it as dramatic as some people do. I don't have like a massive collection and most of the time I repurchase things. Oh, and, I'm kinda cheating a little because some of the items I've already hit pan but I just want to get rid of it even more and as quickly as I can before I'm able to purchase a new one. So, let's get into the list of things I want to finish!

Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer

I desperately want to use up this bronzer because it's been forever. I've had it for quite some time and this is the only bronzer that I use. It took me so long to even hit pan. I did review this bronzer but it was long ago and back then I hated it because I thought it's breaking me out. Turns out it's working just fine and I guess my skin is less sensitive now. I don't know but I just want to try other bronzers now, c'mon.

Colourpop Yes, Please! Pressed Powder Eyeshadow Palette

This is my first ever Colourpop eyeshadow palette and it's so dear to me that I don't even want to hit pan on every single shade. But I made a promise to not buy a new Colourpop eyeshadow palette until I fully finished up every shade in this palette. That way I can control what to buy and what not to buy. Because this sis is screaming for financial advice.

The Balm Mary-Lou Manizer

As much as I want to use up the butter bronzer, this one is on another level. I've had it since forever! This is still my first purchase of Mary-Lou and I've never hit pan yet. That's crazy. I really do want to get as much use out of it as possible before having to splurge on a new one. I guess finishing this up would be a lifetime achievement for me.

L'oreal Lash Paradise Mascara

I have a love-hate relationship with this mascara particularly. Some days, it's phenomenal, I like it a lot but some days, it ruins my whole look which is not cute. I know I retract my opinions for the 6758th times but for now, it's not like a favorite FAVORITE however I still want to use it, so it doesn't go to waste. I paid for it after all. This is like what, my third tube? And I still can't make up my mind. I need help.

2020 Project Pan

MAC Velvet Teddy Matte Lipstick

I bought this super hyped product for the nth time and I'm gonna repurchase it again. No, just kidding. I repurchase this shade in particular about a year ago and I don't reach for it as much now because I just happen to have so many new lip products and I don't get to use it really often nowadays. I'm not sure if I want to repurchase another bullet lipstick from MAC in the future because honestly, the price keeps getting higher and higher. *sigh* However, MAC lipsticks hold a special place in my heart. It's like the first love of mine. I think I'm going to get them again regardless of the price tag.

Maybelline Superstay Matte Ink in Self-Starter

I'm not big on liquid lipsticks. I like the traditional, bullet lipstick more. I have several liquid lipsticks that are left untouched and just went expired and I, of course, threw them away. Just like that. I think they're really convenient for certain occasions, but generally, it's hard for me to wear them on an everyday basis. If it's a particularly comfortable and non-sticky formula, maybe. This is just not it. But I want to use it up in 2020, still.

Hansaegee Nature S+Recover Gold Nano CC Cream

I reviewed this not a while ago and I would like to make a point of using this so I can crack open the other CC cream that I own. I've been enjoying this CC cream and would love to repurchase in the future. It's a great makeup base, it protects your skin from sunlight and it's great if you're on the go. Overall, one of the best CC creams I've ever tried.

2020 Project Pan

Peripera Ink Airy Velvet in Hotspot Red

As you can see, I'm almost there. I scrapped every bit of product that got stuck to the bottle with a q-tip. That's how dedicated I am to finish up all of my beauty products. This lip tint/ lip lacquer/ whatever you want to call it is da bomb dot com. It feels like you're wearing almost nothing on your lips; it's lightweight, velvety, pigmented, A+.

The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%

A year ago, I went and bought this serum because I just want to bathe in the sea of Niacinamide. I went full-on Niacinamide-heavy skincare routine and this was also added. My skin normally loves this particular ingredient but somehow along my journey to loving it and being super patient with it, my skin keeps breaking out. I was panicking and I don't want to rub more salt into the wound so I stopped using it.

Now, like I said, I feel like my skin is less sensitive and I think it's time for me to bring this baby back to life and I bought a new one about three months ago. I've already hit below the halfway mark and I believe I will finish it up in another three months or less.

Rosken Skin Repair Dry Skin Cream

I saw a lot of people using this as their moisturizer (on the face), while there's me, using this full tube for my body. I've said this before that I have oily skin on my face but the rest of my body is like a Sahara desert. It's dry af! So, my mom introduced me to this cream and I've been using it as my daily body lotion. I would say it's doing its job pretty well and once I finish this one, I'm going to buy the one in the big tub/ container.

And that's it! Those are the 10 products I will focus more on using so I can finish them all up this year. This is my first time doing a project pan and it's a huge deal. I'm so excited to see how fast I can actually get through these products.

2020 Project Pan

Have you done a project pan? Which products have you used the most?