Cosmetic minimalism and cosmetics stocks

For a long time I have been trying to limit used cosmetics. There were times when my cabinets were bursting at the seams with the products I tested. However, I have learned to give away things that do not serve me or impress me. Those that were useless - end up in the trash.

cosmetic minimalism
While I have never complained about the excess of color, because I have always tried to buy only the products I need (matching the canons of my cosmetic taste), I sometimes exaggerated with care. I don't buy three shower gels, but I do buy something in store. I like to have in store products that I like and I know I will buy again.
When it comes to lip cosmetics, I only have 2 lip glosses, 2 lipsticks and one moisturizing lipstick + Tisane, which I only use at night.
I have my favorites in makeup, which I use all the time: Dr G BB cream, Max Factor False Lash mascara, Eveline mascara base and Inglot eye shadows. Mac well dressed roses joined this group.

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I do not buy cosmetics addictively and I am struggling in drugstores with a desire to try something new. I always take with the list of products that I have to buy. Thanks to this, I avoid putting what I get into the basket.
I usually have one spare pack of Garnier avocado hair conditioner, shower gel and Facelle at home. These are three products without which I could not cope in case they would end.
What I don't have to buy in store is a hair shampoo. Since I use Hipp shampoo, I don't have to worry about running out of shampoo. The shampoo is extremely effective. When I notice that the bottle is getting lighter, I buy another.
I don't experiment with cosmetics the way it used to be. I have a database of products that I like very much and when I run out of packaging, I run for more.
These include Hipp shampoo, Garnier avocado conditioner, Facelle green and cotton pads.
Every now and then I do a little insight in the cabinets, and I throw away the things I don't use, or give them away (if they fit). Thanks to this, I save a lot of space in cabinets.
And how are you? Are you cosmetic minimalists or do you have a problem with cabinets cracking from cosmetics?

Bourjois Healthy Mix

Finding the perfect pink is a real challenge. Only a few years ago I didn't use blush, because this product seemed completely unnecessary to me. About a year or two ago I thought it was time to get to know this cosmetic. The first pink I used for a very long time was a lovely pink in chocolate dessert.
At the great Rossmann promotion, which was some time ago, I bought a Bourjois Healthy Mix blush. Most colors have already been purchased, and I have long wanted to try this product.
To be honest, I'm a little disappointed. Why? You will find out later in this note.

The blush has a very interesting shade of a little peach, and maybe it's salmon ... I can't quite determine what color it is. The product is very efficient, I use it every day, and I still see almost no defect. The packaging is quite ok, I don't know if it would still look like this after a fall. A plus is also a mirror because you can use blush patches during the day.

The downside is the applicator, which in my opinion is completely unnecessary. Besides, I can't imagine using it, I suspect it can make terrible stains. To apply blush I use the ecotools brush from the travel version.
The blush is easily available, it can be found in every Rossmann. Its regular price is too high in my opinion, that's why I wouldn't buy it without promotion.

After a few hours, the roses actually disappear. He stays on the cheeks only 3-4 an hour, then he can not be seen. I don't think it's a perfect blush, but it's more durable than my favorite Lovely Mineral blush.

The color goes very well with my skin tone. Plain pink shades do not suit me at all.
This is the only Bourjois product that I have used so far. I have always avoided the company, because the price was too high.
Have you used Bourjois movies products? What products can you recommend?