LIP GLOSS DECLUTTER
Happy Monday! I’m kicking off this week with a Lip Gloss declutter, and I’m pretty happy that I decluttered half of my collection! I hope you enjoy the declutter and have a fabulous week!
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In my declutters I link some of my favorite brands below due to space – I can’t link everything like I normally would!
Dior Lip Glow
Glossier Balm Dot Com
Fresh Lip Treatment - Pearl
Fenty Gloss Bomb
Too Faced Lip Oil
Buxom Lip Polish
Marc Jacobs Gloss
NYX Butter Gloss
Urban Decay Gloss
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