Not that the bar is very high here, but I’m pretty sure it’s Pat McGrath’s Decadence, which comes should come as no surprise.
I don’t! I hope I can continue to improve on what I purchase (to avoid over-purchasing), but it’s not a “hard” goal so much as a continuing commitment to trying to be reasonable with what I expect myself to review.
Oh, most definitely! There are so many new products, and I’m lucky enough to test quite a few, so inevitably, there are new shades I fall in love with all the time! A few noteworthy faves: Pat McGrath palettes (Hey, Decadence was reviewed in 2018!), Marc Jacobs See-quins, Natasha Denona Super Glow, Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter, ColourPop Chasing Rainbows Palette. Bonus: I’ve rediscovered my love for Hourglass Diffused Light and Bite’s Creme Glosses.
Pat McGrath Eyeshadows (in general, and I know that’s sort of cheating but whatever!), Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter, Natasha Denona Darya Palette, Urban Decay Rebel Vice Lipstick, Bite Creme Glosses.
I’m not overly sold on the idea, mostly because the moves seem motivated by short-term monetary gains than some real commitment to innovating in the category. They’re all out to make money, but at this point, the switch just makes that obvious to the point where I’m not sure what newness they’re bringing to the table.