Sunday, 9 December 2012

November favourites...

It's been a while since I've done a favourites post on here and to be honest, I don't know why I stopped as I love these posts.


November brought a lot of new favourites with products that I perhaps bought and then didn't try them out straight away.

Garnier 3 in 1 scrub

Garnier Pure 3 in 1 wash/scrub/mask:
I use this product most days in the shower. It is a white clay based product which leaves skin feeling remarkably smooth. I'm not sure if it is this product or my new toner, but my skin has been looking so much better recently.

MUA Heaven and Earth palette

MUA Heaven and Earth eyeshadow palette:
I used this product most days during November. It is a great palette with a variation of neutral shades which are perfect for everyday wear. I recently reviewed this product which you can find here .

MAC Dollymix

MAC Blush in Dollymix:
This is another product that I have been wearing a lot.It appears quite bright in the pan so is best applied with a light hand. However, it is a gorgeous colour once on and it is perfect to brighten up the winter months.

Real Techniques Blusher Brush

Real Techniques Blusher Brush:
This is certainly one of my favourite brushes that I own. It is really soft and the rounded edges make it perfect for applying blusher.

Yves Rocher Sexy Pulp

Yves Rocher Sexy Pulp Mascara:
This is one of those products that I have to thank Glossy Box for. If they hadn't provided a sample size, then I wouldn't have loved it so much to buy the full size. It truly is a great product what with the biggest brush you have ever seen along with providing lots of volume on the eyes.

Sleek Rose Gold Blush

Sleek Blush in Rose Gold:
This product is like gold dust - I don't know how many months I strived to get my hands on this before I managed to get the final one in the store.The blush itself is a gorgeous peachy colour scattered with lots of gold.It looks gorgeous on and is one which I have been alternating with my MAC Dollymix.

Have you tried any of these products? What did you think?