here) by stila It's 6 years old however, and even though it still smells fine, I decided it was time to let it go. It helps that I recently purchased the Tarte Clay Play Face Shaping palette, which has a nice range of neutral shades that can fill this void.
here). I'm not sure what the shelf life on this one is, but I had it for maybe 1.5 years, so it may indeed have expired. I do view brands such as Makeup Revolution to be more disposable due to their low cost, as it's relatively painless to replace items if you truly want to. I will not pick up another one of this palette, but it's largely due to the overflow of makeup items I already own as opposed to not liking it.
here), but I never used it and it is OLD. So, I let it go. The picture below is from when it was brand spanking new, but I really had not make much progress on it at all.
here). It was not a shade I was going to wear, so it got decluttered.
here) is such a pretty and rather unique shade, so I was sad to discover it had gone bad. However, it was at least 4 years old, so it's time was well past. All of the pictures below are from when the items were new.
here) was a good everyday kind of color for me, and was another item that was at least 4 years old.
here). This was not a color that saw much use from me, and the other two items from that set are still smelling okay, although they are 3 years old. Probably expired as well. I tend to go through my collection about twice year to check for items that have gone bad, and each time it reinforces to me that I need to focus more on using up what I have as opposed to purchasing new items. Hence the makeup inventory, which I'll probably do a post about soon. While I do still purchase new makeup items occasionally, it will typically be from less expensive (and thus more dispoable) brands and/or from really good sales. For now at least, that's my strategy :-)