Super Liner Blackbuster by L'Oreal
As many of you may well know, I LOVE eyeliner. It's rare that you'll ever see me without it. Currently I am using Collection's Fast Stroke Liner, and I've repurchased it many times as it's the best one I've used so far. However, I'm always looking to find a new favourite and the Blackbuster is looking like it could be the one. The fact it has a pen like nib screams "control"; the nib on the Collection liner is quite thin and bends easily, whereas this one looks a lot sturdier.
Elasticizer by Philip Kingsley
This is a product that so many bloggers know and love already, but unfortunately I'm yet to jump on the bandwagon! The Elasticizer is a pre shampoo hair treatment, that prevents dry and damaged hair from breaking when it stretches, as hair does when it is wet. Although the condition of my hair has drastically improved over the years, ever since I got over my phase of dying my hair black every week (no exaggeration), it still lacks shine and the ends still break. I've heard such positive things about this product, and can't wait to try it.
MAC Diva Lipstick
Another one I've been late to follow the crowd on, is MAC lipsticks. In fact, I bought my first one at the Manchester Meet Up I arranged a couple of weeks ago - Creme Cup. I've always been way more into eyeshadows and liners, so lipsticks took a back seat, but as I'm expanding my make up collection I thought it was about time I tried them out. I think Diva, a dark burgundy, will look amazing paired with some winged liner, especially in winter!
Laura Mercier Silk Creme Foundation
I usually struggle with finding a foundation that suits my pale complexion, but I've recently read a few reviews stating that this foundation is great for lighter skin so it immediately made it's way on to my wishlist. At £34 it is a little out of the price range I usually spend in when looking for foundation, but all the reviews also said that you only need the smallest amount as it has great coverage, so you don't have to repurchase it as often as you would with other foundations.
Real Techniques Starter Kit
Having bought the Core Collection (you can read my review here), and seeing for myself how fantastic the RT brushes are, I definitely want to buy the Eye Starter Kit to expand my collection! As I said before, I spend a lot more time on my eyes than anywhere else on my face, so I think that these brushes would be a brilliant investment.
REN Glycolactic Radiance Renewel Mask
This is another product I've heard so many good things about, especially from my good friend and skincare addict Fi from North Western Beauty. The REN mask is a bio active peel that removes dead skin cells and helps to combat congestion, blackheads and blemishes. As the products I'm using at the moment aren't making my skin worse, but aren't necessarily making things better, I think it's about time I add something else into the mix. The Glycolatic mask is unlike any other product I use, and think it may be just the thing to help prevent the sneaky spots and lumps I've been getting.
Do you recommend any of these products? Or are they on your wishlist too?
Thanks for reading,