Thursday, 30 April 2015

Shopping The Stash #6

Shopping the stash post always seem to go down well and I love doing them as it means i'm using more of my beauty collection. Whilst I was having a look through what to pull out for this post I rediscovered some great products, a few which are definitely inspired by the weather finally starting to warm up.
Shopping The Stash #6
Laura Mercier Translucent Pressed Setting Powder
Dior Nude BB Creme - £28.80 - I'd completely forgotten about this product as it definitely something I prefer in the warmer months as well as it sometimes being a little too dark for me. It's a great lightweight BB Cream if you want to not wear a lot of makeup but want to have some coverage. It definitely covers more than other BB Creams i've tried and the wear time is great too.
Laura Mercier Translucent Pressed Setting Powder - £25.00 - To set that in place I found this powder in a random makeup bag. I like that it's translucent so it doesn't add anymore colour or coverage to the skin yet set things in place nicely and makes my base last longer without having the powdery feeling.
Essence Stay Natural Concealer - £2.00 - Onto a more affordable option. I mentioned this concealer in my recent favourites as for the price it is really great. The coverage is light to medium without looking heavy and covers under the eyes really nicely for when you want a natural look.
Illamasqua Cream Pigment in Androgen
Bourjois Bronzing Primer - £9.99 - This is definitely a warm weather product for me. My favourite way to use it is underneath my foundation to add a nice warmth to the skin. This product blends so easily you really can't apply too much which is perfect if you have pale skin yet want to be somewhat bronzed.
Illamasqua Cream Pigment in Androgen - £17.50 - I also mentioned this product in my favourites this month and it's the only blush i've been wearing recently. I love the peachy pink colour as it adds such a nicely healthy glow to the skin. This has a harder texture than other cream blushes which means it as a lot longer wear time.
Bourjois Color Boost Lip Crayon in Orange Punch
Bourjois Color Boost Lip Crayon in Orange Punch - £7.99 - Keeping with the warm weather theme i've been bringing out a lot more of my coral lip products and finally putting away the plums. This is definitely a favourite of mine; as you can tell by the worn packaging. I love this as for me it's the perfect mix between pink and orange and gloss and lipstick. It feels lovely on the lips and even when the glossy finish as worn away it still leaves behind a subtle stain.
Shopping The Stash #6
I've been on such a drugstore kick recently that i've been forgetting about the high end products I own so i'm glad to be adding a few back into rotation and getting my money's worth out of them. Have you shopped your stash recently and rediscovered some old favourites?

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

April Beauty Favourites

I haven't actually bought that many new product recently so this months beauty favourites is a true shopping the stash edition. Most of these product I forgot about and decided to dig out and have loved having them back in rotation.
April Beauty Favourites
April Beauty Favourites
Pai Kukai and Jojoba Bead Skin Brightening Exfoliator
La Roche Posay Serozinc (review) - So I recently mentioned that I have been loving this again. My skin has been a bit up and down this month so this has come in very handy at calming my blemishes, helping with oil and redness.
Pai Kukai and Jojoba Bead Skin Brightening Exfoliator (review)  - With my skin playing up this gentle exfoliator has been really helping. It doesn't feel harsh on the skin yet leaves it feeling smooth and refreshed. I have been using this when my skin has felt clogged or a bit bumpy and i've definitely noticed a difference.
LUSH Daddy-O Shampoo
Boots Tea Tree and Witch Hazel Body Scrub - I noticed I had a few bumps on my back and shoulders so I dug this out and I noticed a huge difference. Although I don't like harsh scrubs on my face and do like them on my body. This smells really refreshing and works really well.
LUSH Daddy-O Shampoo - I had my hair highlighted blonde this month so i've gone back to adding a purple shampoo into my rotation. This one is a favourite of mine since it smells amazing and really helps with any brassy tones. It also doubles up as being a good clarifying shampoo as well.
Revlon Colorstay Matte Balm in Showy
Essence Stay Natural Concealer
Illamasqua Cream Pigment in Androgen - I found a new love for this product when I changed the brush to use to apply it. I've been using the Real Techniques Coutour Brush which is the perfect size and picks up the right amount of product leaving the nicest peachy pink colour on the cheeks. The other thing I love about this is that it is really long wearing which as been great now the weather is warmer.
Revlon Colorstay Matte Balm in Showy - I've been really into bright pinks recently, especially when paired with a simple eye look. This one is always what I reach for as it's creamy, matte, long wearing and the perfect bright pink shade.
Essence Stay Natural Concealer -My eye concealer ran out this month so I decided to give this a go again. I've been preferring a lighter base so this has been perfect for covering any darkness under the eyes whilst still looking natural. For the price this product is really great and if you're looking for a great budget under eye concealer I would definitely recommend this one.

So those are this months beauty favourites. Not too many product this time however I may have purchased a few new bits which i'm excited to try out any they may make their way into next months favourites. What products have you been loving in April?

Sunday, 26 April 2015

April Health Favourites

I feel like I say this a lot but this month definitely went fast. I actually thought I wouldn't have that many new favourites since March but i've actually tried some new things which i've been loving. This month i've gone back to having overnight oats, which I plan on sharing the recipe of, as well as trying out a few new lunch ideas.
April Health Favourites
As I mentioned now that it's a little warmer i've been having overnight oats more but I did make some super tasty warm oats with mashed banana, blueberries and topped it with more banana, raspberries and linseed. For drinks i'm still loving tea. I actually did a post on my favourite teas this month. A new standout has been the Twinings Intensely Buttermint which tastes like Murray Mints, it's so good.
April Health Favourites
I've been loving making veggie bowls this month. I've been doing them with falafel, chopped mushrooms, tomatoes, roasted peppers then doing some spinach and vegetables with cous cous or quinoa in a pan with some seasonings. This is so tasty and really filling. To mix it up I made some roasted pepper houmous from the Deliciously Ella cookbook and had it with that or as a snack in the afternoon with some carrot sticks. Near to the end of the month I started making a lot more stir fry's. I just buy the stir fry vegetable mix and add some more vegetables and either quinoa or cous cous instead of noodles then I make my own sauce with tahini, soy sauces, garlic powder and mixed herbs. This is so quick and light and is definitely a new favourite lunch of mine. 
April Health Favourites
I haven't had much time to do as much baking as I would have liked. I've had batches of energy balls in the fridge as normal. Since it was Easter I made some 'healthy' hot cross buns. These were a huge hit in my house and they only lasted a couple of days! I would definitely recommend giving the recipe a go. I made a tasty chocolate chia seed pudding which was so tasty and a nice healthy treat to have in the evening. I also made an amazing crumble which was so good I forgot to get a picture of it! I've still been working out about 5 times a week and doing a lot more walking. Do go with this i've gone back to doing some yoga as I was feeling a bit achy. I've been doing 10-15 minutes after my workout as a cool down and it's really been helping.

So those are this months health favourites. I still had a few treats this month but i've been really focusing on the 80/20 rule and focusing on making the meals I make at home healthy. Have you had any health favourites this month?

Friday, 24 April 2015

Maybelline Dream Flawless Nude Foundation - Reviewed!

I picked this up the other month when it came out and tried it a few times and never got round to writing a review on it as I couldn't decide how I felt about it. I decided to give it another go this week so I could review it, although i'm still some what on the fence about it.
Maybelline Dream Flawless Nude Foundation
Maybelline Dream Flawless Nude Foundation
The packaging is fairly unique, it comes in a small glass bottle and doesn't come with a pump. The bottle is smaller than your average foundation bottle, however it is a few pounds cheaper than other drugstore foundation. The shade range is average, I have the 10 Ivory which is the lightest shade; there aren't a great deal of shades for fair or darker skin tones.
Maybelline Dream Flawless Nude Foundation
As I said the product doesn't come with a pump, instead comes with this 'dropper' which you are meant to apply a small amount on the back of the hand or straight onto the face. I personally don't love the applicator, it can be a bit hard to use. A plus side is that you never get too much product out.
Maybelline Dream Flawless Nude Foundation
Maybelline Dream Flawless Nude Foundation
The product itself is very thin so you have to shake to well before applying. The thin texture makes for easy blending, and I tend to apply with fingers then buff out with a brush. The foundation feels very light no matter how much you build it up and definitely feels very silky and pleasant on the skin. It can cling to dry patches, especially around the nose where I needed to blend more. The coverage is definitely light but you can build it up to a more medium coverage. One of the best things about this is that you can keep applying more product without it looking cakey.
Maybelline Dream Flawless Nude Foundation
Once applied the coverage looks very natural and isn't too shiny or matte. I still set it with powder but you could probably get away without if you don't have oily skin. The wear time is where I come to have some problems with this. I will say that by the end of the day everything is still in place and not looking patchy, however I do still get shiny and noticed I was particularly oily on my t-zone; more so that other foundations. For that reason for me personally the foundation is best on cool days and if i'm not looking for it to look perfect all day. If i'm wearing my base for a shorter period of time and I just want something quick and light I would definitely reach for this.

I'm going to keep trying this with different primers and powders to see if that improves the oil control. I've added it into my rotation but I will still be reaching for my Rimmel Lasting Finish Nude or Bourjois Radiance Reveal Healthy Mix Foundation when I want something to be more longwearing. 

Have you tried this new foundation from Maybelline?

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

April Empties!

This months empties is real mix bag of products. There's a lot of things that have been sitting around waiting to be finished up along with a few favourites that finally came to an end.
April Empties!
Klorane Conditioner with Mango Butter
Batiste Tropical Dry Shampoo - It wouldn't be an empties post without Batiste. This is hands down my favourite scent and one that I use all the time since it works so well and makes second day hair feel fresh again. Repurchase? Yes.
LUSH Big Shampoo - I've had this in my cupboard for a while and finally finished it. This is a great shampoo for flat/fine hair as it as chunks of salt in it. I find this is most effective when my hair is a little longer. It's not best for freshly coloured hair as i've heard to can effect your colour for that reason I won't be rushing out to get it again just yet. Repurchase? No.
Klorane Conditioner with Mango Butter - This is another product i've had for a while. It's a bit of a thicker conditioner so is moisturising but doesn't weigh the hair time which is the reason I really enjoyed it. An added bonus is that it smells lovely too. Repurchase? No as i've gone others to use up.
& Other Stories Lemon Daydream Body Scrub
Soap & Glory Orangeasm Body Wash - These Soap & Glory shower gels always take a long time to use up but I really enjoy them. At first I didn't love this scent but I definitely got used to it. It's not a classic orange scent but a definite grower. Repurchase? Not straight away.
Wilko Fruits Passion Fruit and Melon Bath Foam - I bought this because I really liked the scent and the scent definitely lingered which I liked. The downside was that it didn't make a lot of bubbles, even if you used a lot of product. Repurchase? No.
& Other Stories Lemon Daydream Body Scrub - I was definitely sad to finish this up as it smelled so lovely. It has a fresh, clean, lemony scent and was really scrub-y without being too harsh. Repurchase? Yes, next time I go to the store in London.
Nivea Anti-Perspirant Stress Protect
Natural Collection Mango & Papaya Body Spray - I really like these Natural Collection body sprays when I need a freshen up. This scent is one of my favourites as it's a really nice fruity scent. Repurchase? Yes.
Nivea Anti-Perspirant Stress Protect - I've mentioned this deodorant before as it is one of my favourites. I have sensitive armpits and this one doesn't irritate my skin at all. This smells clean and does the job. Repurchase? Yes.
Bourjois 123 Perfect CC Eye Cream
The Body Shop Aloe Soothing Day Cream - I mentioned this in my recent skincare routine and it was perfect for when my skin was playing up at the end of last year. It is very gentle and has a gel consistency so feels light on the skin. Repurchase? Yes, when i've used some other products up.
Bourjois 123 Perfect CC Eye Cream - I never thought this was going to end but it suddenly wouldn't twist up anymore. This was definitely a downside of this product as you can't tell when you're going to be out of it. The product itself is a really nice concealer that is light, doesn't crease yet gives a decent amount of coverage. Repurchase? Yes.

So those are this months beauty empties. I'm still going strong and working my way through my beauty stash and finishing products that i've had around for a while. Have you finished any of your favourite products this months?

Monday, 20 April 2015

La Roche Posay Serozinc - Reviewed!

I manged in my shopping the stash skincare post that I had dug out my second bottle of Serozinc now that you can easily get hold of it in the UK online. I remember liking it the first time I tried it but never got round to writing a review. Now that i've been using it again I thought I should share my thoughts on this cult favourite.
La Roche Posay Serozinc
La Roche Posay Serozinc
The packaging is really nice. I love the bright blue can as it stands out and is easy to spot. I think the white text and cap contrasts really well with the blue. The metal can helps to keep the product cool which makes it even more refreshing when you use it.
La Roche Posay Serozinc
La Roche Posay Serozinc
The product is designed to sooth blemish proned skin with it being zinc sulfate enriched. The mist is very refreshing, it isn't the finest mist however if you spray from a slight distance it doesn't 'drench' the skin. The ingredients are very basic so there's no real scent which I like. It feels very nice on the skin and isn't drying at all. I use it morning and night and I definitely think it helps with oil control. The best thing is that it soothes any blemishes really well and seems to help with redness and scaring which is probably my favourite thing about it.

If you have sensitive skin that is spot prone I would definitely recommend giving this a try. I don't normally see great results from toners but this one I have. Now you can easily get this in the UK i'll definitely have a can in backup, especially when my skin is playing up. 

 La Roche Posay Serozinc retails for £8.50. (Currently on offer where you can get a duo for £10!)

Have you tried Serozinc?

Saturday, 18 April 2015

My Favourite Teas | Green Tea, Chocolate Teas and More!

So it's safe to say i've become a bit of a tea addict. At the start of the year I decided to cut down on coffee and hot chocolates and swap them for a healthier option of teas. I've been a tea drinker for a while but this year i've definitely stepped up my game and in doing so discovered some new favourites. Fun fact, I don't actually like 'normal' tea or tea with milk in it. All of these I have on their own and they taste amazing.
My Favourite Teas | Green Tea, Chocolate Teas and More!
Twinings Orange & Lotus Flower Green Tea - I've tried a lot of the standard green tea flavours and this one is one of my favourites. It has a really nice orange taste which is very refreshing.
Twinings Salted Caramel Green Tea - Anything salted caramel is a winner for me so when this came out I knew I had to try it. I have to say it's not as good as having a salted caramel chocolate but it's definitely close.
Twinings Cherry Bakewell Green Tea - This is a new release and I have to say the flavour is spot on. It has a lovely cherry and almond taste to it without a strong green tea flavour. A great option if you're trying to drink more green tea but don't love the taste.
My Favourite Teas | Green Tea, Chocolate Teas and More!
Yogi Tea Organic Choco Aztec Spice Tea - I really enjoyed this tea over Winter as it has a lovely warming taste. If you like cinnamon and those types of spices you will love this. The spice isn't overpowering instead a lovely background flavour to the chocolate.
CharBrew Chocolate Orange Tea - This one is another great option if you have a sweet tooth. It has a great balance of chocolate and orange and is really sweet so you don't need to add anything to it to get that sweet fix.
Marks and Spencers Rooibos Vanilla and Cocoa Nibs Tea -This one is a more recent discovery and literally tastes like a chocolate vanilla pudding, it's that good. If you're a chocolate lover you need to try this and i'm sure you will love it.
My Favourite Teas | Green Tea, Chocolate Teas and More!
Health and Healther Apple and Cinnamon Tea - This is definitely one of my favourites from the bunch. I love anything apple and cinnamon flavoured and this has such a true taste. It's sweet an delicious and is great at satisfying a sweet craving.
Twinings Camomile and Honey Tea - I first tried this when I was looking for a good tea to have a night to help me sleep. Camomile tea on it's own isn't my favourite but this flavour with the honey is so tasty and a great alternative to a late night hot chocolate.
Twinings Intensely Buttermint Tea - This is another new find and is definitely fast becoming a favourite. I love peppermint tea and this is peppermint with vanilla. It smells just like Murray mints and tastes just as good.

All of these are favourites of mine that I would definitely recommend giving a try if you're a tea lover like me. Even if you don't love tea some of these i'm sure you would still enjoy. What are some of your favourite teas?

Thursday, 16 April 2015

The Perfect Primers For Oily Skin

The weather is finally starting to warm up and although this is something i'm very happy about it does mean that my skin has started to get a bit oily again. I discovered the world of primers a few years ago and have tried many at this point; some good, some pretty bad. Today I thought I would share three affordable primers that I think tick the right boxes.
The Perfect Primers For Oily Skin
Max Factor Facefinity All Day Primer
Max Factor Facefinity All Day Primer - £10.99 -Starting with the great all rounder. I prefer a primer to have more of a serum texture rather than silicone feeling as they seem to sit nicely on the skin. The one does that exact thing. It feels light on the skin and applies nicely on top of whatever skincare you are wearing; another thing I look for in a primer. This makes my foundation wear better and apply smoother. The wear time of my base is definitely better when I use this, plus it has the added bonus of having an SPF 20 making it great to use in the warmer weather.
Rimmel Stay Matte Primer
Bourjois Happy Light Matte Serum Primer
Rimmel Stay Matte Primer - £5.99 - This one is definitely my favourite out of the bunch. I noticed the biggest difference in oil control and wear time when I wear this underneath my foundation. It mattifies the skin nicely without feeling dry. I've tried a few Rimmel primers and I like most, however this one is a stand out and for the price you really can't go wrong.
Bourjois Happy Light Matte Serum Primer - £10.99 - If you dislike the feeling of a lot of primers this is the one I would recommend trying as it feels like a serum. It feels like just another step in your skincare routine however in preps the skin nicely and remove any shine. It improves the wear time of my foundation as well which is one of the reason why I reach for it a lot.
The Perfect Primers For Oily Skin
L-R Max Factor, Rimmel, Bourjois
All of these are great primer. I tend to use the Max Factor and Bourjois one when it's cooler and I still need some oil control. However, if it's very hot or i'm wearing my makeup for a long day the Rimmel one is definitely the stand out. What are some of your favourite primers for oily skin?

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Night Time Routine | Bedside Essentials

I've started to get a bit of a routine when it comes to what I do before I fall asleep at night. Normally it involves a cup of tea, browsing through instragram and popping on some lip balm. If i'm really on my game I do all of these steps and it really helps me to wind down at the end of a long day. I thought I would share my routine along with some of my go to products.
Night Time Routine | Bedside Essentials
Night Time Routine | Bedside Essentials
So as I said I start off by grabbing a cup of my favourite tea and getting myself into bed. I'll scroll through my phone for a while, looking at instagram watching few youtube videos. I try to limit this to around 30 minutes so I can fit in some time to read my book. I find reading a book before I go to sleep really helps me relax.
This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray
Before I get into bed I sometimes spritz the Febreze Sleep Serenity Bedroom Mist in Warm Milk and Honey around my room. This has a lovely scent that isn't too overpowering yet makes the room and bedding smell great. If I have a headache or i'm really struggling to 'switch off' I reach for the This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray. This has a lavender and herbal scent that is great if you struggle to get to sleep. If i'm using this it tends to be the last step in my routine.
Nuxe Reve De Miel Lip Balm
A must have in my night time routine is still the Nuxe Reve De Miel Lip Balm. I've mentioned this a lot as it is my favourite lip balm to use at night as it is thick and very moisturising. When I use this my lip always feel so soft and hydrated in the morning. After that I apply some hand cream. At the moment i'm making my way through some L'occitane minis that I have as they're a nice size, hydrating but not too greasy.
Never Look Away by Linwood Barclay
After i've done that i'll start to read some of my book. I'm currently reading Never Look Away by Linwood Barclay. The story is about a mans wife who goes missing. I've read a few of Linwood Barclay's books and I love the way he builds a story and adds lots of twists that you don't see coming. Whilst I read I like to have some music on in the background. Normally this is something relaxing like Ben Howard or Josh Record.

Once i've read some of my book I tend to feel relaxed and ready to fall asleep. Doing this little routine always helps me to calm down and have a really good nights sleep. Do you have a night time routine that you do before you go to sleep? What are some of your bedside beauty essentials?

Sunday, 12 April 2015

My Favourite Healthy Cookbooks

Since starting my health kick at the start of the year i've been really enjoying collecting healthy cookbooks. Although I look up a lot of recipes online; Pinterest is always your best friend for that, there's something extra special about having an actual cookbook to flick through. There are five standouts in my collection that I thought I would share with you today.
My Favourite Healthy Cookbooks
Chocolate Covered Katie by Katie Higgins
Chocolate Covered Katie by Katie Higgins - £13.37 - Started with one of my favourite for sweet treats. I have a huge sweet tooth and love baking so this book is perfect for me. I followed Katie's website for a long time and was happy that she brought out a book. There's loads of healthy takes on classic sweets from cookies, to cheesecakes, brownies and even breakfast and drinks recipes. The book is nicely set out with good pictures and even nutritional values for each recipes. The ingredients aren't hard to get old of and taste amazing.
Deliciously Ella by Ella Woodward
Keep It Vegan by Aine Carlin - £4.99 - This is my latest find and for the price you can't go wrong. This book has breakfasts, snacks, main meals, drinks and sweets all of which are vegan. The recipes are again easy to follow, there's a shopping list at the start of the book of the ingredients you will need, again they're easy to get hold of. There's takes on classic meals made vegan including a great pizza and shepards pie recipe which are new favourites of mine.
Deliciously Ella by Ella Woodward - £9.99 - I think this is the most talk about cookbook at the moment and I can see why. The layout of this book is in grains, vegetables, fruit instead of by meal, although the breakfast and lunch ideas are still somewhat together. I've made so many recipes from this book, the chili, chocolate chia cookies, sweet potato brownies and the bolognese. I like books that are easy to follow with ingredients that i'll have in and this one also ticks those boxes. It's easy to swap out different vegetables depending on what you have which I also love. I'm a big fan of her blog as well, the book as a few recipes from there but also new ones.
The Green Kitchen by David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl
The Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon - £11.89 - This book came up on a recommendation on Amazon and I love it. This is another vegan book however the recipes are wholesome and delicious. This is an American book so some ingredients have different names or are a little hard to find but on a whole it is still very easy to follow. The breakfast recipes in this are some of my favourites along with the mushroom pasta sauce and fajita recipe. Her blog is also a great source for vegan recipes.
The Green Kitchen by David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl - £17.00 -The Green Kitchen Stories was one of the first healthy eating blogs I discovered and I still love it. It's written by  family who live in Stockholm and the photography is just amazing, they make everything look so tasty. After loving their site and finally picked up the first of the two books they have and I love it. The recipes are easy to follow and the book has a similar style to their site which I love. I love their breakfast and sweet recipes the most. I definitely want to make a lot more things from this book.

All of these books I love and use a lot. I love recipes that are easy to follow and create tasty results. Although i'm not fully vegan and do tend to prefer that style of cooking. The rest of my family are definitely not vegan and have still enjoyed anything i've made from these. What are some of your healthy cookbooks?

Friday, 10 April 2015

The Spring Cream Blush Rotation

I've mentioned before that I really enjoy wearing cream blushes in the Spring and Summer. I think it's there easy, fuss free finger application that I love when not wearing a lot of makeup in the warmer months. I've pulled together four of my favourites which will be in rotation the most this season.
The Spring Cream Blush Rotation
Stila Convertible Color in Lillium
Illamasqua Cream Pigmented in Androgen - £17.50 - This one can not only be used on the cheeks but the lips as well making it a great mutli-tasking product. It has a more dry formula than the others which can take some getting used to for the application, however once you can work with it, it's a great long wearing blush. The colour is a lovely coral toned pink, perfect for the warm weather.
Stila Convertible Color in Lillium - £16.00 - This is definitely one of my all time favourites and the blush I get the most use out of all year round. This reason is it is the perfect dusky pink which adds warmth and a healthy glow to the skin. This has an almost tacky texture to it which gives and easy application when you use a tapping motion with your fingers.
Max Factor Creamy Blush in Soft Pink - £6.99 - This one probably wins the all round option as it is affordable, very compact which makes it great for travel all whilst being a great formula and shade. The formula of this blends so easily on the skin and this shade would suit most people as it is the perfect pink colour which brightens to cheeks.
Topshop Blush in Head Over Heels - £7.00 - Finally this is the option for those who prefer a cream to powder formula; these are often the easiest to apply to the cheeks. This shade is a more coral toned option, however it still has some pink undertones which adds a nice glow to the cheeks. This one can seem a little bright in the pan but when blended out on the skin adds the perfect amount of colour whilst looking natural.
Topshop Blush in Head Over Heels
The Spring Cream Blush Rotation
L-R Androgen, Lillium, Soft Pink, Head Over Heels
All of these shades are very wearable and will add a nice healthy colour to the cheeks. They're perfect for Spring but will also transition nicely into Summer. I think there's a cream blush to suit ever skintone and skin type in this bunch. Do you love cream blushes? If so what is your favourite cream blush or colour to wear this time of year?