I have makeup that's probably 10 years old, and I've gotten better in the past year with pitching stuff I never use. I always choose the exact same shades every time I do my makeup, so I don't even know why I own most of it.
Other: When you put it on and it acts as a lip exfoliater rather than a gloss......Missed you!
Other: All of the above, but only when you buy a new makeup bag and realize that it doesn't fit!
i voted "other". you've gotta smell that thing. that's how you know if it's still good. if it smells funky, throw it out. or if you are just tired of seeing it and never using it. or if you are certain you bought it before your fist child was born. but either way, you can't go wrong with the smell test.
totally funny... i JUST did this... threw out a bunch of old cosmetics and lotions and other goops... and there is actually a little market on the back of most cosmetics that tell you the shelf life measured in months. no guessing needed. most has a shelf life of 6months (for more naturals-based products) through 24 months.
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