Friday, 29 November 2013

NOVEMBER: THIS MONTH I LOVE






VO5 Refresh Me Quick dry shampoo | £3.59 buy here

I've just recently finished a Batiste one and I've moved onto this VO5 version. It's so much lighter than  the Batiste one, and doesn't make me feel like I have loads of product in my hair. I mainly use dry shampoo on my fringe as my fingers are always touching it making sure it's still in place, and this dry shampoo keeps my hair looking fresh all day, whereas the Batiste one made my hair go greasy halfway through the day.
I think the next dry shampoo I'm going to try is the Tresemmé one as I've heard good things about that one too.


MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in 'Light Plus' | £22 buy here

I've always seen these displayed in Mac and I've seen loads of bloggers talking about it but I'd never owned one or known what it was really for. 
I took my sister to MAC (she'd never been before) and the sales lady was applying make up on her, and she used this. Well this was my chance to ask what it was for. 
The sales lady told me that it's a mineral powder used to finish off the face. She matched me up to 'Light Plus' which i think is one of the lightest (I'm NC20) and it instantly made my face look young and bright which I wouldn't have believed if I hadn't seen it on my own face.
It provides low coverage and leaves a matte finish. 


Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in 'Black' | £13 buy here

I'm sure I've spoken about this before, but it's just SO good. It's not waterproof even though it suggests that it is, but it does take some time to get off. 
It's a pen sort of applicator and goes on wet but dries instantly - so theres no waiting around with your eyes half closed. 
The colour is really pigmented and you don't need to go over it to make sire you get the blackest black - it just takes one swipe. 
This pen applicator, I find, makes it really easy to get close to the lash line, but also to do little cat flicks which are great for the part season.
Love, love, LOVE this eyeliner.


Bobbi Brown BB Cream in 'Light' | £26 buy here

Dang this stuff is good! I've written a review about it here. The application is so easy because its thick and creamy, yet blends in really well and a little goes a long way.
The colour match is perfect too and it last all day on my face giving really good medium coverage.


Enrapture Totem Styler | £17.99 buy here

I managed to purchase this at the bargain price of £17.99 rather than £49.99 - thats a saving of £32! (and I've left the link up there for you guys too^)
This is hands down the best curling wand I have ever used. The wand itself (the metal bit) has three different temperature settings so that you can decide how tight or loose you want your curls. For example you could have the top of the wand to be '1', the middle '2' and the bottom '3' so that your roots would hold the most curl and your hair will gradually get looser as it goes down.
It's great for achieving curly hair as it doesn't take loads of time and the curls hold all day too!


What have you been loving this month?

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  1. I really want to give the Bobbi Brown BB cream a try!

    Claudia xxx
    www.claudiakitten.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. The Bobbi Brown BB Cream sounds great & it has SPF 35 in which is so good.
    I hope Home Bargain has some of the Enrapture curler in stock as I want one so bad
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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  3. Ohh nice favourites! Love the Mac skin finishes!

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