As with most other bloggers and YouTubers out there, I'm here to do my own rendition of the best beauty products to me of 2014! I was able to narrow it down to the items I felt I was consistently reaching for and didn't have to second guess them. Let's take a closer look!

I won't go into complete details on each item, or else this post would be a bit too long! If I have complete reviews/posts on anything, I will be sure to link them next to the item

L'oreal True Match Super-Blendable Concealer in Light/Medium Warm W4-5: This has been my go-to all year for all sorts of mishappenings on my face from under eye bags, blemishes, scars, etc. This blends wonderfully and this particular shade matches my skin perfectly. The best part is that a little goes a long way and one single tube can last you a long time
L'oreal Paris Revitalift Miracle Blur - I loved this stuff as a primer for my face. I could wear it alone to help manage the shine in the summer time or as a base for any concealer I applied on. It created a nice smooth surface and left my skin feeling and looking smoother.
Clinique 'Bottom Lash' Mascara - (short post HERE )
Vaseline Lip Therapy Rosy Lips - (short post HERE and HERE)
Nivea Kiss of Milk & Honey Lip Care- One of the best lip balms that actually keep my lips hydrated without feeling too thick. Plus, this has a nice and mild, sweet milky honey scent. It is so hard to find this particular item in store so if you ever see it, be sure to try it out!

Not Your Mother's Way to Grow Long & Strong Conditioner - (short post HERE)
LUSH R&B Hair Moisturizer - This is supposed to be for curly hair, but my long straight hair loves this stuff. I apply a bit to the middle of my damp hair and work it through to the ends. This stuff not only smells good but also acts almost like a leave-in conditioner.

Kracie Moistage Triple Essence Cream - (short post HERE and HERE)
Weleda Skin Food - (short post HERE)
LUSH Dream Cream - (review HERE)
Mario Badescu Facial Spray (short post HERE)
Daiso Makeup Removing Wipes - I think I have mentioned these before, but if you live my a DAISO Japan (basically a $1.50 store) you have to check out these makeup removing wipes. Not only are they inexpensive, they work really well at removing makeup or just cleansing your face after a work out session. They aren't dried out and smell nice, plus, I love the packaging with the solid plastic cover to keep it from drying out.

Fresh Cannabis Santal - (review HERE)

Readers, What were your most used/loved beauty items (or treatments) of 2014? I'd love to know!

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