Next is Neutrogena Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover - I really like this. With this, I saturate a cotton pad and then hold it over each eye, one at a time, letting the remover dissolve the makeup then gently wipe away. It removes all my eye makeup, even mascara, well. I have since replaced this with the CVS version to save some money. I also used up the eye makeup remover lotion, which was nice but sometimes would leave a film on my eyes if I had really worked close to the lash line. Last is the Dollar General version of Olay eye cream. It's pretty good for moisturizing the eye area; I'm working on the second bottle. I just wish it helped with dark circles...
The silver lipstick tube was actually a Vitamin E stick for the lips. It was alright...and I have several more since the Mister bought them for me in bulk not knowing how if they worked good. Next is the $1 Elf eyelid primer. This is the first primer that I have actually ever used...and I liked it. I finished this, am working on another and have (I believe) 2 backups since Target is out of the way for me. Continuing towards the right is the Neutrogena Healthy Skin Blends pressed powder/foundation. It was alright (there is some left in the pan because it became too hard to get out on the brush after having it for a couple years). I don't think I will repurchase this because there are new (to me) things that I eventually want to try. Next is the Elf Lengthening & Defining mascara in black. Yuck. All though, to be honest, when I got it, it was pretty much dried out so I couldn't get anything on my lashes. I won't be purchasing this since there are other mascaras that I do like. Speaking of which, next is Maybelline Falsies Volume Express mascara. This one I really did like and I may repurchase this (or one of its other versions) once my backups of other brands are finished.
Next are 2 Cover Girl Line Exact liners in black and charcoal/gray (the label long ago wore off). These were pretty good. Definitely something I may consider purchasing again in the future (but I have oodles of liners in different forms & colors now). Lastly, is a brown eyeliner from Mary Kay...which I will not buy again. I don't know if its from age or what, but I had to push kind of hard to get any color payoff, and even then it was still iffy. And honestly, I prefer black liners to brown.
And now, the grand tally of 2011 finished products: 63!! There were probably some more from before I actually started this project...and I still have more to get through for this year.
**All items purchased by me