Project Pan 2019 #TeamProjectPan

Hello 2019, Hello new Project Pan. 

Well, last years Project Pan kinda came to an epic fail. I just stopped, I forgot. So it was far easier just to start over and focus on a new Project for the new year. So welcome to my 2019 Project Pan. 

Kat and Hailey from BeautyNews decided to do an interactive Project Pan called #TeamProjectPan and I thought I would join in - but maybe not as hardcore as they do! I'm definitely up for trying it though.... Worth checking out their video here if you haven't seen it already. 

I thought I would go for a mixture of products this year, a good mix of cream, base, powder, new, older. I wanted to see if I could finish any of them, and go from there. No pressure... just a trial to see how long it would take me to use up some products. 

First up was the base products. I've had the YSL All Hours Foundation for ages now, and it's about time it was finished up. I really can't see this taking too long - especially as I don't have much left of it. I'm pretty sure this will be finished by the first check-in, which will be a boost. 

I am also including both the Urban Decay Naked Skin Pink Corrector and the Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer. Both I purchased over a year ago and was pushed to the side when I discovered Tarte Shape Tape. These shouldn't be too difficult to use, as I enjoy both - just have better now. Time to finish these up. 

The Mario Badescu Facial Spray is included here simply to clear up some space. The packaging is pretty bulky, and I have a fair few sprays needing used up, so I figured tackling this one first might be a good move. 

The Benefit Hoola Quickie Contour Stick is a firm favourite for contouring. But it is also known for breaking - which mine has done. I think I would like to finish it up and see the bottom of a few more cream bronze products. I've used a fair bit of this one so far, so I can't see this being too difficult to finish. 

Lipstick Queen Frog Prince is definitely more lip balm than a lipstick. Which is why it is appearing here at almost untouched. I figured this would be perfect for on placement - a touch of colour without being too much, easy to apply and pretty once on. Oh and for those of you who may be unfamiliar with these lipsticks - don't worry, it isn't actually green. More a very subtle sheer pink once applied onto the lips. 

My bottle of Chanel Chance Eau Tendre has been in my stash for far too long now, to the point I am questioning if it is still the same as it was. At just over half way to go, I'm sure this won't take me too long. The scent is beautifully fresh, floral and feminine. I love this scent, so much that this was a repurchase. But I need to stop keeping them "for good" and just start using what I love. 

The Charlotte Tilbury Eyes to Mesmerise in Bette is brand new in my stash, but in honesty, I added it into this just to see the progress I could make in a few months with a cream eyeshadow product. The shade is perfect for a one wash colour over the lids, so I figured why not - let's see how much progress we can make. 

The Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush in Mood Exposure is my nemesis. I both love and hate this product. I love the shade, the formula, everything about it. But it has been the only blush I have used in what feels like 100 years. yet still no pan. This will be in yet another Pan because I WILL finish it. Or hit pan at least. 

Finally, MAC Beaming Blush Extra Dimension Skin Finish. I feel like I could potentially hit pan on this. Mostly because I've used it loads already - I know I love it, and I know with some effort I may just manage it. Well maybe by the end of the year. 

Have you considered doing a project pan this year? Which products would you include? 


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