Decluttering all my skincare, haircare, bodycare THE LOT

I’m on a journey to minimalism, please be patient with me. I’m decluttering over 60% of my collection this time round. I have big plans for decluttering so so much of makeup collection so please stay tuned for that!!

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AUSSIE BEAUTY TALK
Hi, I’m Mel! I run Aussie Beauty Talk. I love playing with makeup and skincare, and am a beauty junkie. Honesty is my policy and I try to give the perspective from Asian skin in an Australian marketplace.



14 Comments

  1. Georgia Dempster says:

    “Not for brown people… like a lot of products in Australia”…. hahahhahaha… Yup

  2. Rochy Smith says:

    So satisfying ๐Ÿ˜

  3. Melissa Gold says:

    Is it gross that I’ve stopped using shampoo and conditioner? Maybe not forever but since confinement I haven’t used those products for a month and my hair has never looked better. It’s thicker, softer and shinier (maybe from the hair grease lol). I just let my natural oils come through and wash with plain water. I don’t do that for Joey either and he has great hair although he doesnt have much of it ๐Ÿคฃ It just made me think about all the hair products I wouldn’t have to buy if I stopped using them altogether!

    • Aussie Beauty Talk says:

      Melissa Gold thanks for all the tips!!

    • Melissa Gold says:

      @Aussie Beauty Talk I didn’t wash my hair for a month (as in no water at all) then after 30 days I washed it with plain water and it honestly does feel like I had used shampoo and conditioner as it feels the same now! But I think it depends on your hair. You will inevitably go through a “gross period” haha but with a bit of dry shampoo and tying it up it will help you persist!!

    • Melissa Gold says:

      @Aussie Beauty Talk I started training my hair a few months before knowing that I wouldn’t be able to wash it during confinement so started researching how others who stopped using it have done it. I started by pushing out the days between washing slowly so my hair could adjust. Things I found really helped include doing a scalp massage every day and also brushing it thoroughly to help distribute the oils. On the days it would look like a greasy mess I’d go in with dry shampoo and then plait my hair. I wouldn’t say I have a sensitive scalp but I do get a bit of dandruff although not to the point where you can see it all over my shoulders! I think it has helped with it a bit. It’s early days but I want to keep it up given my hair seems to be coping well!

    • Aussie Beauty Talk says:

      Did it take long till it felt normal? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    • Melissa Gold says:

      @Aussie Beauty Talk I swear it’s a total myth that we need it! We have just conditioned our hair to get used to it!

  4. the quasiminimalist says:

    With the influx of new products, it made me stop buying, start thinking about consumerism and overproduction, waste and depleting resources, and made me turn into minimalism as well lol

    • Aussie Beauty Talk says:

      Thatโ€™s so great. It is so ridiculous how many new products are pumped out and how much waste there is. Iโ€™m so keen to finish up using all the products I have stockpiled then only have 1 or 2 products per category at a time.

  5. Josette M. Quintero says:

    Hi melisa.โค

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