Sorry that I haven't posted in absolutely ages! I had such an urge to blog today and I'm hoping it'll stay with me for a while! I've chosen to show you a few of my favourite products at the moment even though they do change so often!
Vera Wang - Princess
I adore the sickly sweet scent of this perfume. I genuinely believe that all fairytale princesses smell like this. It's absolutely gorgeous and is definitely in my top three perfumes of all time.
Mac - Saint Germain
I'm always constantly searching to find the perfect pink lipstick and I think that i've found it. I absolutely love the vibrant pink colour and it's staying power. I prefer to dab just a little bit into my lips instead of layering it because it can look a bit too OTT. Also, it smells just like candy floss. Definite winner!
Estee Lauder Double Wear - in Wheat
I wasn't sure that I could justify buying £26 worth of foundation but it was my Birthday and everybody needs a treat on their birthday! I'm so happy that I did buy it because I use this every single day and I only need to use a little bit for excellent coverage whereas with my Revlon Photo Ready, I was using three layers a time! I did go to the counter to get matched when I was all fake tanned up though so it is a little bit orange when i'm not wearing fake tan.
Batiste Dry Shampoo - XXL Volume
I really love the volume this dry shampoo creates and I'd say that it's my favourite dry shampoo of Batiste's whole range. I advise not to put too much on though otherwise your hair might look a little bit grey and it could make it feel rock hard! OOPS!
Tantrum - Detangling Spray
My hair knots like there's no tomorrow. It causes me so much pain everyday when I brush it and this spray just makes it a little bit more manageable. It smells so gorgeous too, like grapes! I'm aware it's for children but anything that can detangle my unruly hair has a place close to my heart. It only cost about £3 from Tesco too!
St Moriz - Tanning Lotion
This is by far my favourite St Moriz product! It's such a dream to rub in, leaves you with no streaks at all and seems to last a lot longer for me than the regular mousse and mist. It's lighter when you first apply it than the mousse but the developed colour is noticeably darker. At £2.99 it's irresistible and you can afford to buy it again and again.
I hope you enjoyed my post! Have you tried any of the above products? How would you rate them?