So, this post will not have any pictures that I took but instead I will use my trusty google-searching skills to find what I'm talking about.
First off, Rexall Pharma Plus was having a 50% off all nail polishes. I only picked up two, maybe I should have picked up more but I'm satisfied for the time being.
Rimmel's Lasting Finish Pro in Steel Grey 270 (dupe to Sephora by OPI's Metro Chic)
Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in Red Carpet (dupe for China Glaze's Ruby Pumps)
The Rimmel came out to being $2.50 and the Sally was $1.50 all in CAD.
I also found a new creme blush in my mother's makeup case. I was contemplating buying one, because I love the ease of the "slap on and go". Since I found this one I can save up my money for other things. I wasn't able to find a picture but it's Estee Lauder's Natural CheekCreme in 01 Pink Kiss. Compared to my Elizabeth Arden Creme Blush, this one is much more pigmented and I have to be more careful with it or I will look like I've been b***h-slapped.
As well, yesterday I received my order from American Apparel, which I purchased during their 30% Friends and Family Sale. I bought a jumpsuit for myself and a skirt for my sister's birthday.
This is the Chambray Jumpsuit in Black (it comes without a belt), it originally retails for $66.
Got this High-waisted Cotton Skirt in Purple (darker than in the picture), originally $36.
Lastly, I finally got a pair of Gladiator-esque sandals. They also kind of fit in with the Tribal Trend, what with the beading on it. I'll take a picture of them some other time. Got them for only $30 at Winners.
Alert! If you're living in the Toronto, or GTA, Holt Renfrew Last Call at Vaughan Mills Mall is having a semi-annual clearance sale until Monday, May 24th. Holt Renfrew, if you're unfamiliar with it, is a designer high-end department store. If you're interested check it out as it will be ending soon.
I was originally planning to go but something has come up that I need to save my money for. When and if it is a go, I will let you guys know what I'm talking about and to stop being so mysterious about it.
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