Wednesday, 7 December 2016

5 Beauty Products Worth Purchasing

beauty products worth purchasing
As Christmas is closing in, I thought I'd talk about some beauty products I will definitely be reaching for over the holidays. Now, I don't want to talk about the cult classics because they're classics for a reason, I want to mention some products that you may be wanting to try and are not sure if they work or ones you've never really thought of at all. These products are absolute go to's for me so keep reading to find a few products worth buying. 

1. Elizabeth Arden Skin Balancing Cleanser £18.00

I first bought this as an emergency when I realised I'd forgotten my skincare en route to Las Vegas - well done Hollie. My silly mistake aside, I have grown to love this face wash so much. It does an absolutely perfect job at balancing the oils and dryness on my face and helps my make up apply like a dream. Also, because it's only a light exfoliant there's minimal redness after use.

2. Lush Floating Islands £2.00

I always thought these were a bit of a princess product and that something that small could never make a difference. Boy was I wrong. Besides the Butterball bath bomb, I've never had such soft skin after using bath products than when I use this. It's a dream.

3. Fleur De Force Lashes £5.25

We all know there have been many a blogger/youtuber bringing out products over the past few years. Truthfully I wouldn't even give some of them the time of day but when Fleur brought out her range with Eylure I had to try them. I can 100% say that I absolutely love not just these but the whole range. They're just so well made and the styles are noticeable while remaining comfortable and natural. 

4. Mary Lou-Manizer £17.45

For me, this changed the highlighting game. I'd tried pretty much ever drugstore highlighter out there but didn't feel quite ready to put Champagne Pop in my basket. I discovered this and quickly fell in love, the slightest brush gives you the most amazing glow. 

5. Urban Decay De-Slick £22

After reading that you may be thinking two things, firstly that All Nighter is 100% the only setting spray in the world that works or two, that setting sprays are a fad. Wrong and Wrong. This setting spray holds my make up in place so much better than any other and doesn't leave my make up feeling heavy or cakey. It also seems to be less sticky as a base, easy to work with on a sponge and THE BEST at foiling eyeshadows. As for the second point, they're not a fad. Take my word for it.

I'd love to know if there are any non-cult products that you swear by, let me know below!


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  1. I love Mary Lou-manizer it's so good and pigmented!
    Nicole xx
    Nicoleannx.co.uk

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    1. I completely agree and it lasts forever! X

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  2. I've never tried any of these products but I might give some of them a go. I'm interested to try the Lush Floating Island

    Eleanor | www.eleaanormay.com

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    1. You definitely should. I love these floating islands and constantly keep a stock of them. At £2 you can't go wrong. Let me know if you try any others! X

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  3. Mary Loumanizer is awesome! I'm definitely curious to try UD deslick as a foiler too...I wouldn't have thought to do that! Some setting sprays break me out which sucks but I'm wondering if UD would...
    XX Jen

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    1. It really is! I doubt I'll switch up my highlighter permanently for a LONG time. You should definitely try it, let me know if you do! X

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