Friday, 30 November 2012

November Beauty Favourites!

I can't believe we are entering December, this is worrying to me because I still have a lot of Christmas shopping to do! Due to it nearly being Christmas I haven't had the money to treat myself to many beauty products recently but there have been a few stand out favourites this month to share with you.
Firstly I have a few body products; I treated myself to some new Soap & Glory products whilst Boots had a 3 for 2 on and the stand out product has been The Breakfast Scrub. It smells divine like maple syrup and really exfoliates the skin without being too harsh or drying. Next is The Body Shop Hemp Foot Protector, this has saved my dry feet (I did a whole post on foot products here) it's not too thick but really does make a difference. It has become a must have for Winter.
It really does look good enough to eat!
Onto skincare, I recently got a new mask; the Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask. This is a hydrating mask so great for dehydrated skin but it also has manuka honey in it which helps with blemishes. It is the perfect Winter mask and works really well after using the Emma Hardie Amazing Face Cleansing Balm which is definitely the best cleansing balm i've tried. It is so luxurious and makes my skin feel so lovely and smooth. The two together have really helped my skin feel fresh, soft and not looking dull.
I have two haircare products by the same brand this month. First is the Macadamia Deep Repair Masque which is definitely the nicest mask I have ever used. I bought two of these sachets and one of them lasted me a whole month! It has really helped with my dry ends and I think I will have to purchase the full size tub soon. I also finally tried my first hair oil this month! I decided to try the Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment which i'm in love with. My hair is fine and this definitely doesn't weigh it down when applied to damp hair and it makes my hair feel so lovely and healthy. 
 Finally I have a few make-up bits; first is the Revlon Colorstay Quad in Adventurous, these are just really nice everyday shades with a shimmery green which i've really been enjoying. I've been using a new mascara this month which I picked up in America, the Loreal Voluminous Original Mascara.This is a really black mascara which can look very natural or you can build it up without making the lashes look clumpy. My go to lip product for most of the month has been the Miners Matte Factor in Peach; I love matte lips and this is great for adding colour during the day. It also lasts really well on the lips and I don't have to re-apply it a lot during the day.

So those are my favourites for this month, what have been some of your favourites during November?

9 comments:

  1. I love breakfast scrub! Smells soo good. I have the Macadamia mask and loove it too, again it smells so good! Love your favourites :) x

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  2. Really want to try the breakfast scrub it looks so good, great favourites x

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    1. It's amazing, you need to try it! :)

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  3. great favourites! I'm really wanting to try the Breakfast Scrub and the Emma Hardie balm :)

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    1. Both are amazing, you definitely need to try them :)

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  4. Great favourites! Can't go wrong with Soap and Glory :) I've never tried anything from Emma Hardie, but I really want to try the cleansing balm! And I've never tried Macadamia Oil, the first I tried was Moroccan and I became hooked! I may have to tear myself away from Moroccan Oil and give Macadamia a go! Love the post :)

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    1. The cleansing balm is the only thing i've tried and it's amazing, definitely want to try some more bits :) I've heard the Macadamia oil is lighter than the Moroccan oil :)

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  5. I can't wait to try The Breakfast Scrub! I'm always smelling it when I'm in Boots and I fall in love every time it smells so yummy! xxxx

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