Thursday, 4 October 2012

September Favourites

Hi everyone, September has gone by sooo fast! I cannot believe it's October already!
So lets get started;
Real Techniques Buffing Brush (part of the Core Collection)
I absolutely LOVE this brush! Its just the right size for buffing your foundation in, and its not too dense either so its easy to use without having to use too much pressure. I love how well it blends your foundation in makes your foundation look natural.
Benefit Creaseless cream eyeshadow/liner (R.S.V.P)
The colour is very natural and also makes a good base for other eyeshadows, but I have found that when I use another eyeshadow on top it does tend to crease, but on it's own it doesn't crease at all. I like to apply this with my finger because it warms the product up and makes it even more creamier but if you wanted to use a brush then you could. I also love the smell, I can't describe it but if are passing the Benefit Counter, just have a whiff of this and you will know for yourself!
Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder
I really enjoy using this because it has little bits of shimmer in it, which i love because i dont like to look too matte! I do have oily skin and it really does work well. Some people say that he packaging is a little cheap looking but as long as the product is good then it dosent really matter to me.
Benefit Powda Wowza (christmas set)
This set contains: Hoola, Coralista and Bella Bamba but the one I've been really loving is Coralista. I love how it kinda highlights your skin as well as adding colour to it, its a really nice colour for me to use because iI have quite fair skin I dont like to go overboard on blush but this colour is perfect! It smells amazing too!
Clinique dramatically different moisturising lotion (mini size)
You're probably thinking why do I have a moisturiser for dry-dry combination skin, when I have oily skin, well I was given this and I didnt actually realise that this for dry skin until I was about half way through the month, but this dosent actually make my skin any more oily than it should be (which is good). The only thing with this product is the price (£16.50) I'm not sure weather I would really like to pay that for a moisturiser when I know I could get a perfectly good one for less.
The body shop born lippy (strawberry)
As you can see from the picture I have used this a lot, I mean this is just your average lip balm, it keeps my lips moisturised, it dosent sit on top of my lips (like some do) and isnt too sticky either. This is only £2 so if you buy it and dont like it, it dosent really matter but I have been loving this lip balm this month.

Thanks for reading bye!

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