5 Bloggers Share the Beauty Product Empties They Used to the Last Drop

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Tati Westbrook
Joan Kim
Ingrid Nilsen
Claire Marshall
Jackie Aina

Tati Westbrook

Tati Westbrook regularly posts product empties videos and in her latest one, she shares a variety of products for skin, hair and face. She confessed that she’s very particular about hand soap so when she discovered Aesop Reverence Aromatique Hand Wash ($39), it was almost love at first sight (or wash). She loves its relaxing scent and how luxurious it feels whenever she washes her hands. For hair, she emptied Briogeo Blossom & Bloom Ginseng + Biotin Volumizing Shampoo ($24), which she swears by for its volumizing power. She will also definitely purchase Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist ($15) again. It's formulated with hyaluronic acid and she regularly uses it to hydrate her face.

Image: @glamlifeguru

Joan Kim

K-beauty guru Joan Kim recently posted her empties video for the year and she went through a lot of products. Her subscribers know her love for hand creams and she showed several empties, such as L’Occitane Hand Cream ($12) and Pyunkang Yul A Therapy Handcream ($14). Another staple on her vanity is COSRX Acne Pimple Master Patch ($5) — this is always featured in her empties because she uses it a lot. For vitamin C serums, she featured COSRX Triple C Lightning Liquid ($27) and Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin C Serum ($23).

Image: @joankeem

Ingrid Nilsen

Beauty blogger Ingrid Nilsen features her product empties yearly. Here, she emptied a number of hair products, including Phyto Purifying Scalp Exfoliating Shampoo ($26), which is great for oily scalps. She also shared her favorite makeup removers, including Simple Micellar Cleansing Wipes ($7.99) — she had gone through several packs. She’s also out of Tatcha Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil ($48), which she claims is one of the best makeup removers she’s ever tried.

Image: @ingridnilsen

Claire Marshall

A former makeup artist, Claire Marshall became a full-time YouTube content creator and began regularly sharing her insights on various beauty products, including her empties. Her recent video featured mostly skin care products because those are the products she uses most often. One of them was Tatcha The Deep Cleanse ($38), an exfoliating cleanser that’s suitable for normal to oily skin. She also loves Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels ($30), which she uses especially during flights. For hair, she loves WEN Re-Moist Hydrating Hair Mask in Fall Vanilla White Pumpkin ($60), particularly because of its great scent that’s perfect for fall.

Image: @heyclaire

Jackie Aina

In Jackie Aina’s most recent product empties video, she featured a couple of her favorite makeup products. One is Smashbox Camera Ready BB Cream in Dark ($42). Although it isn’t her exact shade, its coverage is just right for days when you want to put on light makeup. Another favorite is NARS Soft Matte Complete Concealer in Amande ($30). She loves that it is easy to blend and layers nicely. For skin care, she raves about Sunday Riley Good Genes All-In-One Lactic Acid Treatment ($158). Despite the hefty price, she is willing to repurchase it because it works so well on her skin.

Image: @jackieaina

Going through your trash or even collecting it is unheard of, but in the beauty blogging world it’s normal. If you’re not aware, beauty bloggers usually make an empties video. It’s basically like featuring their favorite products through empty bottles, jars and canisters. We’re always interested in what beauty bloggers are currently using, but it’s even more intriguing to discover what they actually use up. Finishing a product most likely means it’s one of their holy grail products. Curious to see what’s on our favorite beauty gurus’ empties lists? Check out these five bloggers to find out.

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