Eco tools stippling brush
As my beauty blender was on it’s last legs I decided to pick up this Eco tools stippling brush and wow! How did I cope without this before. I love the Eco tools brushes as they are very soft, cruelty free and such great quality for such a low price and this brush is just amazing! It flawlessly blends foundation into the skin and I seriously can’t fault it, I recommend this as a staple in every makeup bag.
Sleek blusher in flushed.
I’m a big fan of sleek blushes and this blusher is no exception. This product is very pigmented as to be expected with the sleek blushes and it lasts a long time on the cheeks The colour looks a bit intense in the packaging but when applied with a light hand this gives a nice flushed look to the cheeks and is a perfect colour for the winter months.
Naked Style Gorgeous Curls Taming Cream.
I wasn’t sure if I should include this as I think this may have been discounted ( at Boots anyway) but I had this laying around the house and I’ve only recently been using it and it’s so good I couldn’t not mention it. I hate putting products in my hair, I just hate the feeling of it but this product has no silicones and is 97% natural and honestly I couldn’t tell it was in my hair at all. I run this through my hair after I’ve washed it and it keeps my curls smooth and intact when drying. I’ll be keeping an eye out for this as I am going to run out of this eventually but boots does have some of the Naked Style products in store which I also highly recommend.
Barry M Cor Balmy- Currant bun
I was looking for a lip product that was hydrating on the lips but also had a hint of colour and Barry M’s Cor Balmy ticked all them boxes. I love a dark lip colour in autumn and winter so I opted for Barry M’s currant bun which was a lovely reddish purple colour. The colour isn’t intense at all so this would be a great lip product for anyone wanting to go a little darker on the lips but aren’t confident enough for a full on berry colour. This smells really lovely and fruity too.
Body Shop’s Facial massager
I believe facial massage using oil is an important part of your skincare routine and my skin does seem to miss it when I skip this step. This is a great little tool instead of using your hands as its especially designed to not pull the skin. It does seem to make your skin feeling plump and smooth after use and it’s so relaxing and would be great to roll across your forehead if you had a tension headache.
What products have you been enjoying this month?