I know I am ever so late with these, but I actually did write this post a couple of weeks ago - its just been hiding in my drafts! This month, I've fallen in love with a few new products and rediscovered a couple of old favourites.
KMS Quick Blow Dry Spray
I discovered this through the now defunct Carmine box and its become a staple of my blow dry routine. I'm not going to say too much about it as there will be a review coming up this week, but suffice to say, I have been very impressed.
Jo Malone Nectarine Blossom and Honey Cologne
This is so fresh and summery and feels very light, making it the perfect daytime perfume for warmer days. It is sweet but not cloyingly so and lasts throughout most of the day for me. I've been wearing it constantly and have had quite a few compliments on it!
Nars Orgasm BlushThis is much-loved as you can probably see! Before I was properly into makeup, this was the only blush I owned and I wore it every day. I've had this one for about three years and, although I now have lots of other blushes in my collection, this is always the one that I reach for if I am unsure about which blush to wear with a look. It really does go with anything!
Revlon Lip Butter in Tutti Fruitti
I'm jumping on the Lip Butter bandwagon here but it is totally justified with this colour! I reviewed it here, along with Lollipop and Creme Brule and although I adore all three shades I own, this tangerine is so flattering and just screams Summer.
Dr Hauschka Facial Toner
I reviewed this last week here as part of the Dr Hauschka Cleansing Ritual and for me, this was the stand out product. Refreshing and cooling, helping to close my pores after I've cleansed, I have been really enjoying using this toner on a daily basis. I never really understood the need for a toner before, and whilst I wouldn't say it is an essential part of your beauty routine, it is a nice addition and it has certainly left me skin feeling a lot softer as of late.
And now, over to this month's misses...
China Glaze Flip Flop Fantasy - review here
'Chiptastic' is probably the best way to describe this polish! It took several coats, applied streaky and the formula was very difficult to control, and after the time and concentration I took to apply it, it chipped the following day! Love the colour but it is very high maintenance!
Alpha-H Handcream - review here
I think I may have been expecting miracles with this handcream for the price I paid (£22!) but I was disappointed to find it couldn't compete with my trusty L'Occitaine hand creams. You don't always get what you pay for!
What have you been loving recently? Have you tried any of these products?