I have a fluctuating , constantly changing relationship with beauty products.
I always find that change is good for your skin and I have been told using same products for a long period of time changes how the products work for you. Your skin becomes too used to the products and as a result, the products don't work as well. Apparently the same goes for hair products.
Sometimes I love products so much I stock up on them, becoming a little bit of a hoarder (Avene Spring Water) and sometimes I'll like products and leave it at that once the product is finished. Sometimes, I go back to products a couple years later.
I always somehow accumulate hundreds of unopened, great quality, reputable products, and they sit there untouched. On a side note, I think that it's extremely important to be vary of how long you keep products after they've been opened. Mascara can accumulate so much bacteria.
I think the most important thing is clean skin. A typical day includes a natural look with a small amount of tinted moisturizer, some highlighter (especially I'm looking tired), and a sweep of mascara.
Anyway, here is a picture of one of my spaces for products. I'll try to list off all of them.
Unfortunately, I don't organize these by type of product so my face, body, and hair products are all together. I apologize if everything is all over the place!
I don't use all of these products everyday, but I do use all of them.
Top shelf : (back row) Tatcha Aburatorigami japanese beauty papers courtesy of Tatcha, , La Roche Posay Toleriane Dermo- Cleanser, Caudalie Grape Water courtesy of Caudalie, Avene Thermal Spring Water, Sebastian Professional Drench deep moisturizing treatment
Top shelf: (front row) Bath and Body True Blue Spa bringing up the rear firming lotionit may be discontinued, La Roche Posay Physiological Soothing Toner, Biotherm Biosource hydra-mineral cleanser, Fekkai Full Volume instant root lifting spray, Oscar Blandi pronto Dry Shampoo, TRESemme Heat Tamer Spray
Some readers asked if I could list all of the products, I apologize that some aren't visible.
Second Shelf: (back row) Oscar Blandi luce Sheer Gloss, H20 Whaterwhite Advanced Brightening Essence courtesy of H20, Crest 3D Whitestrips, Lush No Drought Dry Shampoo courtesy of Lush, MAC Brush Cleanser
Second Shelf: (front row) Caudalie Vinosource Moisturizing Sorbet courtesy of Caudalie, Caudalie Vinocourse S.O.S Thirst Quenching Serum courtesy of Caudalie, Evian Brumisateur facial spray, Fekkai Glossing Creme, Sebastian Professional Potion 9 wearable- styling treatment, Sebastian Professional Re-Shaper brushable-strong hold hairspray, Sebastian Professional Potion 9 Lite lightweight-treatment styler, Bath and Body True Blue Spa mini blackberry face mask, Tatcha supple moisture rich silk cream courtesy of Tatcha
Third Row (back row) Versus Versace time for pleasure eau de toilette, Sarah McNamara Miracle Skin Transformer spf 20 courtesy of Sarah McNamara, La Roche Posay Toleriane Riche soothing protective cream, (stack of three products top to bottom), True Blue Spa just a minute 60 second manicure scrub, Sephora Body Butter Apple Pomegranate, The Body Shop shea body butter, Clean & Clear deep cleaning astringent, eye contact things.
Third Row: (front row) Elizabeth Arden All Gone eye and lip makeup remover, La Roche Posay Toleriane soothing protective skincare, La Roche Posay Hydreane Teinte Tinted Moisturizer for sensitive skin, Tatcha Radiant Deep Brightening Serum and pure cleansing oil courtesy of Tatcha, Baush + Lomb renu contact lens care
Last Row (back row) Avene Thermale Spring Water, Clinique foaming mousse cleanser (I actually use this as a makeup brush cleanser), Lancome Bi-Facil double action makeup remover, J'adore Dior eau de parfum, The Body Shop facial massager
Last row (front row) Bio-Oil PurCellin Oil, Lush Ro's Argan Body Conditioner and Ultrablast Toothy Tabs, courtesy of Lush Cosmetics, Clean & Clear, soothing eye makeup remover, Revlon tweezer, Sephora Precision Pore Cleansing Pad