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Currently Obsessed: Tatcha

Previously on Currently Obsessed:

The first step was the Camellia Oil. I couldn’t help but be skeptical – how can an oil be used as a cleanser? 409 more words

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Currently Obsessed: Tatcha

Happy Friday, Beautiful Blossoms! And no, don’t be alarmed by the title. I did say I was going to post more pictures of my Kiko Milano stash from the Blossom Beautiful Aesthetics Vault, but to save my storage space, I’ve decided to make a Pinterest account to host all pictures I’ve taken with my Pentax. 656 more words

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Currently Obsessed: Kiko Collection (Part 1)

aka I learn the hard way how many Kiko Milano products I’ve bought within the span of 3 months.

Hello Beautiful Blossoms! I’m sorry for the delay in the entry post – it took me a while to get some shots for today’s post and had to decide how many pictures I was going to showcase, since I have a limited amount of space available to use. 199 more words

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Currently Obsessed... Designer Envy!

It’s been a while since I have uploaded something for this segment. Lately I have been dying to get my hands on a couple of things.  234 more words

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Currently Obsessed: Kiko Milano (Part 3)

Last time on Currently Obsessed: 

I finished my haul, surprising the sales associate at the counter with the amount of lipsticks I was purchasing. The price that I paid for was in the $100-150 range and in Sephora, I would have gotten only 5 items. 714 more words

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Currently Obsessed: Kiko Milano

Previously on Currently Obsessed:

Kiko Milano proved itself to be worthy of dethroning Sephora as my go-to store for lipstick. Their Luscious Cream Lipstick’s selling price was enough for me to quit blowing $26 for every NARS Lip Crayon in Cruella in almost every Sephora I come across. 1,214 more words

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Currently Obsessed: Kiko Milano (Part 2)

Previously on Currently Obsessed:

I took a bus to Kings Plaza (I debated whether to name the shopping center or not out of safety reasons, but I didn’t wanna keep saying “shopping center” over and over) to check out Kiko Milano, a relatively unknown cosmetic company in the US but a cult favorite in Europe. 871 more words

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