Hello my friends! It’s been a hot minute since I’ve come out with any blog posts. I’ve been over here enjoying my summer, not worried about creating content. For the first time since starting my blog, I haven’t felt guilty about taking a break. To be honest, I think it’s a sign that I’m ready to leave Instagram and blogging. But for now, I still have some content that I want to share, so I’m going to post when I want to and not feel any pressure to keep a consistent schedule.
Anyways, today I have an update of my Pan 20 in 2020 Project Pan. I made some slow but steady progress these last two months, and I’m pretty happy about it! Read on to see how I’ve been faring on my project pan.
Hi everyone! Today is my second update on my Pan 20 in 2020 project pan. I’m actually really excited by some of the progress I’ve seen since my last update, and I think the progress is really helping to keep my motivation with the project going. Read on to see how I’m doing!
Urban Decay Naked Palette
My goal was to pan three shades in this palette: Virgin, Smog, and Toasted. I hit pan on Virgin right before my last update in February, and now I’ve hit pan on Smog! It’s always a surprise to me every time I see pan, because it feels like I’m digging into the product FOREVER with zero progress, and then suddenly one day, you see some baby pan peeking through.
I still have Toasted to hit baby pan on, but I’m feeling positive about hitting my goal by the next update at the end of June. Since I met my goal of hitting baby pan on Virgin and Smog, I will be switching them out for two other products starting this month, which I will talk about later on in this post.
Hi everyone! I started a Pan 20 in 2020 initiative at the beginning of the year, where I try to hit baby pan on 20 products during the year. I’ve decided to do an update every two months, for a total of six updates during the year, and today is my first update. Honestly, after two months of using these products, I’m not sure if I see much of a change in any of these products, but I haven’t gotten sick of the products yet, and will continue to work on them. Read on to see how I’ve done on my project so far!