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Retail Therapy: Walgreen's BOGO 50% off



So, there is nothing like some good ol retail therapy to kick the blues. I don't even know why I went into Walgreen's, to be perfectly honest out of boredom. I ended up coming out with this, and I have been dying to try it since I watched a video on it. Walgreen's is currently having another sale, and I had to scoop these up. The duo was only $18 instead of $24! I held off buying foundation, but I ended up buying a bottle. I feel so fancy, the bottle is gorgeous with a high end feeling. I only paid $12. I'm not too keen on Loose Change (the grey Liquid Catsuit), but I love the Black Radiance 5409. So, go ahead and paying top dollar for the same stuff, I only paid $3.50. 






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