Monday, 3 November 2014

October Favourites...


Last month flew by so quickly that somehow I forgot to do a monthly favourites post! I'm not quite sure how, as it has to be one of my favourite posts to write! Looking back on each month and sharing my latest finds and old favourites is always so much fun and this month I had so many items that I could have included in this post! Luckily I managed to cut it down to my top five before this post had the chance to become endless!

Vichy Dermablend Setting Powder: The Vichy Dermablend range is such a popular range, with so many good reviews and this Setting Powder is one I had already heard plenty about. When I finally got the chance to try it out for myself, I was pleasantly surprised to find out just how good this wonder product is! A translucent powder, just how I like it, that leaves a smudge proof base with a flawless finish thst lasts all day, now this is my kind of powder!

Nuxe Reve de Miel Lip Balm: Which beauty blogger doesn't own the oh so famous Nuxe Reve de Miel? This leaves lips feeling so soft and smooth whilst leaving them with a hint of its divine chocolate orange scent. It makes the perfect overnight treatment for dull, dry and cracked lips and is great for keeping them hydrated throughout the day.

My Little Beauty Micellar Water: I've tried my fair share of micellar waters but this one comes out on top for me! It removes makeup quickly and efficiently whilst leaving skin soft and smooth to touch, not to mention how retro it looks on your shelf.

Laura Mercier Foundation Primer: Slightly on the pricier side of primers, this one from Laura Mercier really seems to love my skin. It somehow manages to balance out my combination skin, reducing pores and blending out my imperfections whilst allowing the majority of foundations to stay put on my face all day long. Now that's a wonder product!

Illamasqua Brow Gel in Strike: A very similar product to the Anastasia Dip Brow Pomade, with a more cream to powder finish is this Illamasqua Brow Gel in Strike. I love that this one allows you to achieve both a subtle day time look when used straight from the pot but also allows you to create a more striking look when used wet for evenings. I find this such a versatile product and would say that it is definitely worth the pennies!

What have you been loving throughout the last month?

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