February Favourites

Monday, 2 March 2015


Emma Hardie, Amazing Face Moringa Cleansing Balm 
I've only been using this cleanser for a couple of weeks but I can tell the difference in texture and cleanliness of my complexion. I use this in the morning and pair it with the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser at night for a double cleanse to make sure all the makeup is gone off my face. This combination removes all my daily makeup and I 

Glamglow Youth-mud TingleExfoliate Treatment Mask
This is the craziest working mask I have ever put on my face, its rougher than a usual as it has exfoliating particles in the mud. It dries like a normal face mask and once it is dry you can see the dirt and oil in all your pores. To take it off apply water and in circular motions take off the mask and exfoliate your face as the same time, perfect 2 in 1 product. For my oily t-zone this works wonders and I can't wait to put it on my face again. 

Topshop Glow, Polished
The highlighted bronze glowing look is something I am trying to obtain but as my skin resembles a milk bottle, this with a bit of fake tan and this highlighter I can achieve my desired bronzy glow. 
I never thought that highlighter made a difference to a look but I am obsessed and I wish I could smother my face in it.
The cream consistancy leaves an irridesent sheen to the face. I apply this product with my fingers and blend on the highest point f my cheeks, nose and inner corner. 

Stila Eyes Are The Window Palette 'Soul'
For Valentines day I was treated to this smokey eyed wonder of a palette, and I haven't used anything since. This palette has 12 neutral shades both matte and shimmering finishes cased in a gold compact. For 30£ you get 12 pigmented shades, that are perfect for blending. You can create both a subtle smokey eye with the muted shades (individual and heart) and a more intense eye look with the dark blacks and shimmery purples. 

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