Wednesday, 31 July 2019

A Beauty and Skincare Haul

It's been a while since my last beauty haul so as I've been picking a few bits up here and there over the last few weeks, I thought now was the perfect time for another. I try not to over do it with makeup products and skincare because I just don't have the room at the moment but I felt like my makeup bag was in need of a bit of a refresh and there were a few products I'd had my eyes on for a while.
flatlay - concealer, blush, foundation and nail polish on wooden chopping board. Book to the right

L'oreal Life's A Peach Blush £8.99

I've been wanting the L'oreal Life's A Peach Blush for absolutely ages! It's been a product I've ummed and ahhed over everytime I've seen it in store or when I've spotted it online so I thought it was about time I just grabbed it. I couldn't resist that beautiful packaging and peach scent (yes, it actually smells like peaches!) any longer. I've used it a few times now and I just love it. It gives a warm peachy glow that I think would be flattering for all skin tones, a little goes a long way but it's really buildable. The scent is a bonus, I can't resist anything with peach.
Loreal Lifes A Peach Blusher

Maybelline Fit Concealer £5.99

The Maybelline Fit Me Concealer is a re-purchase but it's actually been a long time since I last picked it up. I used to use it all the time but then my skin seemed to improve and I only really used it to cover any blemishes and occasionally under my eyes and once I changed my foundation, the shade I had wasn't suitable anymore. The weather has been playing havoc with my skin though so I thought I'd give it another try and luckily I found the perfect shade this time. Since going back to it, this time I've really noticed the difference it makes and I don't think I'll be going without it again anytime soon. It just adds a bit of brightness under my eyes which is very much needed each morning and I find it somehow makes the rest of my base look better. 

L'oreal True Match Foundation £9.99

I've mentioned the L'oreal True Match Foundation several times on my blog before, I even reviewed it a while ago and compared it to my previous love, the Rimmel Lasting Finish Foundation. It's just brilliant for my skin, it doesn't cling to dry patches, it's quite full coverage which I like and it blends really well. I seem to go through it quite quickly but it's worth it.
Loreal True Match Foundation and Maybelline Fit Me Concealer

I Heart Revolution Star Spinners £1.99

I first tried one of the star spinners from I Heart Revolution last year and I really liked using it, it had a gorgeous sweet scent and it was just as impressive as any Lush bath bomb so when I spotted them reduced to just £1.99 instead of £5 I picked up the two in the range which I'd not yet tried - Vanilla Spin and Star Gazer. I've not seen them on the Superdrug site since so I assume it was because they were being discontinued which is a shame but I'm glad I'll have been able to try each one in that case.
I Heart Revolution Star Spinner

Rimmel Rita Ora 60 Seconds Nail Polish, shade Roll In The Grass £2.99

I don't often pick up Rimmel nail polishes anymore. I tend to to stick to my trusty Essie or my new fave Sally Hansen but I couldn't resist the shade Roll In The Grass from the Rita Ora collection. It's not a colour I'd typically go for but it just screams Summer to me so I thought it would be perfect for warmer days. I think this would look especially beautiful on toenails with some pretty sandals to show them off.
Rimmel Roll In The Grass Nail Polish

Zoella Cream Scrub £2

I'd not tried anything from the many Zoella beauty ranges but when picking up some bath bombs I spotted all of her stuff was reduced, massively reduced actually so I decided to grab a few bits, one of them being the Cream Scrub from the Gelato range. I love a body scrub, a good exfoliation makes me feel so fresh and this smells absolutely beautiful. It's not overly sweet which I expected and it's a really decent sized tub so I think it will last me a while.
Zoella Cream Scrub

Original Source Hydrating Water Infusions Shower Gel £2

Omg, this smells incredible! I actually picked this up in Tesco for 99p but it's currently £2 in Boots. I seem to have a stash of shower products for ages and then one day I'll see I'm almost out of all of them so I've been picking a few things like this up here and there recently. There were 4 scents to choose from in the new Water Infusions range but Apple and Melon was my fave out of them all. So fresh and fruity!
Original Source Hydrating Shower Gel
I'd love to know if you've tried any of these products too and what you thought of them. Have you picked any new beauty bits up recently?

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5 comments

Joy said...

That concealer is one of my absolute faves.

jennyinneverland said...

I have that concealer and absolutely love it! It works sooo well. Also that nail colour is lovely x

Jenny
http://www.jennyinneverland.com

Heather Nixon said...

That bath fizzier looks so cute x

Sophie said...

That star spinner looks so cute. I wish I liked baths more so I could enjoy that kind of thing X.

Sophie
www.glowsteady.co.uk

Imogen's Typewriter. said...

I love Original Source shower gels!
Imogen’s Typewriter. <3

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