Kind of expected.
And here are some revelations:
1. I like to switch up my products. Even though I can force myself to use certain make up over and over again, I just don't feel happy after a few times. What's the point of buying so many and not enjoying all of them?
2. Some items are meant to be rotated. The skin care I picked was a good selection that suited the weather, but still, the need of my skin still changes day by day so I have to switch things in and out.
3. Something are not meant to be finished within a short period of time. E.g. the Origins Serum really is a huge bottle and despite me trying to incorporate it into my routine nearly daily if not twice daily, it is still going strong. Same goes with quite a lot of my other things...
4. If aim of these projects is to feel satisfaction by using up products, to me, hitting pan, e.g. with the Chantecaille (almost, not yet), is very fulfilling, and adequate; I do not need using up a product entirely to achieve such contentment.
5. Budget items, or cheap stuff, do not motivate me to use up as easily as the more expensive stuff. E.g. the Parado brow and Solone eye pencil are great stuff but I just feel less, or not, guilty if I don't use them at all and attempt at other alternatives.
6. I may attempt Project Make a Dent #projectMAD in the remaining months of the year. One month is really too short to do any type of Project Pan. Sara is doing this for 2015 and I'm contemplating to join.
So, I photographed the 10 items in order of descending frequency of usage (left to right), during January and a good chunk of Feb. I don't have much to add, but if you've got questions or anything regarding project-x-pan, etc, to share, feel free to leave them below!