Monday, 7 January 2013

Wishlist #2

One of the perks of my grant coming through is that I have a bit of spare money to spend on some beauty products I have been lusting after for a while. I decided to include the products that are right at the top of my wishlist with you today.
As always half of these are skincare, skincare is definitely my biggest weakness and there seems to always be something that I want to try. The first things is the Anitpodes Divine Face Oil, I featured this in my first wishlist and I still haven't got it! I definitely think it's time to treat myself. The other is the Aesop Chamomile Anti Blemish Masque which i've heard is really great for under the skin blemishes which sounds perfect for me. I also really like the sound of the much raved about Aesop Parsley Seed Masque which I may also have to add to my wishlist. Onto make-up i'm in love with NARS blushes at the moment at the Penny Lane Cream Blush sounds like the perfect everyday blush plus I really do like cream blushes. The next thing is the Laura Mercier Foundation Primer, I have a sample of this and it is definitely my favourite primer i've used but my sample is running out so I think it's time to buy the full size.

Something I haven't included is some more MAC eyeshadows, i've started using my MAC eyeshadow palette again and there are definitely a few shades I have my eye on. Please let me know what your favourite MAC shadows are. 

So that's the beauty products i'm currently lusting after, what's on your wishlist at the moment?

10 comments:

  1. You really do need the Divine Face Oil already! :) xo

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    1. I know! I think I might order it today! :)

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  2. Ooh I like the sound of the Aesop masque for blemishes! xx

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    1. It sounds really good, definitely need to try it :)

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  3. I adore your skincare posts, we have similiar skin etc so it's wonderful seeing new things. I have Penny Lane and it is lovely, it only really works if you're quite pale though but it's incredibly natural and pretty. The Aesop mask is on my wishlist for when I finish up my last clay mask. :)

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    1. Thank you i'm glad you like them :)

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  4. I just got my student loan and have done the same! Your top choices are all lovely :) The divine facial oil has had some amazing reviews xx

    Angelica [One Little Vice]

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    1. I am in love with the Divine Oil it's so amazing :)

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  5. I swear by the Aesop mask, it really soothes all you blemishes down and draws any out that are lingering. x

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    1. I really want to try it, definitely going to treat myself soon :)

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