Today I'm going to share some of my favourite things from last month with you all. It's not all makeup so hopefully it will be a bit more interesting than my previous favourite posts>.< None of these are sponsored items, and as always the opinions are my own (I wouldn't include something in a 'favourites' post if I didn't really like it!). Thanks for reading guys, let me know what some of your favourites are at the moment in the comments! ^^
|Etude House Collagen Moistfull Cream|
Last month I used up my moisturiser that I received from roseroseshop a while back. I really loved it, but it is hard to get hold of, and I wanted to use up some of my other skincare products. This one is Etude House's collagen moistfull cream~ and I also have the serum since they came as a set.
So far I really like this product, and in just a few weeks I've noticed that my skin feels super soft. It has a pretty runny consistency and absorbs really quickly into the skin with no stickiness. The smell is nothing to shout about, but it's not unpleasant at all.
Buy the set that I have here for about £14
|Mancienne Platform Sandals|
I recently bought these badboys from Yesstyle.com , and they have very quickly become my new favourite shoes for summer. I didn't have any black sandals, and I didn't have any flatforms - so these were perfectly justifiable and a much needed addition to my wardrobe. They're super comfortable and look so cute with or without socks.
Buy here for around £26 (depending on if you have Yesstyle discounts)
|Scrunchies - Accessorize|
A trend I have been really into recently is cute scrunchies, they remind me of childhood and are such an easy way to make my hairstyles look cuter. There are all kinds of materials and patterns available all over the internet and high street, but my favourites are pastel coloured ones. I picked up these two from Accessorize, the fabric is really light and feels nice, plus the polka dots are too adorable to resist^^ I have plans to buy more scrunchies in the future, in all sorts of colours and designs!
I can't find a direct link, but they were £5.00 for a pack of 2
|3 Concept Eyes Lip Pigment - Electro Pink|
Now this is a product I've been eyeing up for months, but never bought because I have so many lip products already, and it was a fair bit of money to spend on such a tiny product. But oh my gosh I'm so glad I bought it! If you don't know, 3CE is the cosmetic range from internationally renowned fashion store Stylenanda (which is like my favourite brand of all time). I will do a full review on this product soon if you guys want, I know many people are curious about 3CE.
Buy here for around £15 (I bought mine while there was a sale on for about £9)
|Blush Candle - Lilyflame|
We all love a good candle, and buying a full sized Yankee candle has been something I've wanted to do for a while. But it just adds to the list of expensive things that I don't really need, so I've yet to get one. However, I do like to check out cheaper alternatives, TK Maxx often have a great range of cheap tin candles like this one. I don't even know what scent this is, but it's so girly and relaxing, plus the pink colour matches my room ~ an important factor when choosing candles hehe.
I don't know where you can buy this exact one, and it was a gift so I don't know the price - Sorry!
|Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream|
Last month, I was surprised by Sarah from the blog Little Miss Dreamer because I won her giveaway! There was so much stuff and other products that I really love, but I included this BB cream because it's quite well known in the Beauty blogger circle. I always stuck by my Etude House and Skin79 BB creams, but this one has literally blown me away. The coverage is so good, and it lasts all day - luckily the colour she sent is perfect for me, so I'm really enjoying using this product for my everyday makeup^^
Buy here for just over £8
|Rimmel Scandeleyes Eyeliner|
At last a makeup product that isn't Korean>.< Personally I'm a liquid liner person because I'm better at using them, I keep practicing with gel but it never goes the way I want it to. I'm looking into buying the Dollywink felt tip liner because it looks so good, but in the meantime I just grabbed this one from Rimmel while I was at Boots. It's a lot better than I expected, the angled tip is quite unique and I really like it. The colour isn't that vibrant, but I like that because it looks kind of natural and not too harsh.
Buy here for around £5