Is it too early for beauty Christmas lists?! Probably, but I unashamedly love all the beauty goodies out at this time of year. Top on my list this year are the :
This is definetly at the top of most people’s budgets. But anyone who owns hourglass powders will know how worth it they. These powders are finely milled and give you a wash of color without making you look a clown. This palette contains 6 new powders and the palette is rebranded as Hourglass is now a vegan brand. It contains two blushers ( Nude Glow and Mood Flush), three highlighters ( Soft Light, Flared light and Champagne Strobe Light) and one bronzer (Golden Bronze Light) .Considering it’s normally £42 for one powder, I actually think this is pretty good value for money.
I have never owned one of the Huda Beauty eyeshadow palettes. This shocks even me. Nudes are so on trend and I love that this palette incorporates so many different formulas. It has ten mattes, four reflective duo-chromes, two glitters, one pressed pearl. Possibly the mot unique selling point is that this palette includes a shade which Huda claims can be used as a primer. My only concern with this palette is that the spectrum does limit you in terms of the looks you can create.
This product fascinates me. I’m the first to admit I have tried cleansing brushes before. I purchased the Clarisonic Mia 2 and actually ended up donating to my sister because it didn’t agree with me. I found it made me break out. I was later told by other skin care lovers that there is an initial purge period before achieving that glowing radiant skin. I obviously lost patience before I got to that stage. But it makes sense. These brushes essentially bring all the dirt to the surface before eliminating it. This mini version allows you to have approximately 100 uses before it stops. Perfect for a trial run. You just apply your favourite cleanser and work it into the skin for a minute each time. It also comes in a bunch of cute colors.
This has been on my wish list for quite some time. I’m yet to find my holy grail contour palette despite trying a couple. This is a matte contour palette boasted to suit every undertone going. It has three contour shades and three highlight shades. I also prefer cream contour as I have dry skin and powder tends to highlight this more. However I’m not entirely sure if this is available. I know Debenhams stock the powder version though.