Kiko City Filter Primer SPF 50 - £12.90 - I picked this up last year when I was in London and I used it a lot last year and thought I should start using it again. It's a primer/sunscreen so is a nice all in one product. It's a runny cream so feels light on the skin, I think this would be great if you want a non greasy sunscreen to wear under makeup. I remember liking it so i'm looking forward to using it again.
Bourjois Bronzing Primer - £9.99 - Another product I used so much last year. It's a mouse bronzer which actually blends really well onto the skin. You can use it under makeup or as your bronzer over foundation. It isn't too warm toned but adds a really nice, natural bronzed look to the skin.
Revlon Skinlights Face Illuminator in Bare Light - £11.99 - This is something I actually use all year round but somehow forgot about it. This is probably my favourite highlighter as it's a lovely golden colour that isn't too shimmery yet adds a nice glow to the skin. You can mix it with your foundation, where it alone or use it as a regular highlighter.
Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette - £45.00 - This was a treat to myself when I finished my degree last year. I've not been wearing a lot of makeup recently, especially eyeshadow so I thought I should dig this out and get some use out of it. The shadows blend really nicely and there is a great mix of shades, plus the palette smells like chocolate.
Revlon Lip Butters - £7.99 - I love the lip butters but thought I should dig out some of my Summery shades. I picked three, the first Wild Watermelon is a lovely bright pink. Next is Tutti Frutti which is a true orange colour, I tend to sheer this out as it can be a bit intense. Finally Juicy Papaya which is the perfect peach shade. The formula of these are creamy so feel comfortable on the lips and the darker shades leave a slight stain to the lips.
So those are the products i've dug out of my stash to use over the next few months. It always nice to go through everything and see what products have been neglected and to start using them again. What products have you rediscovered recently?