Saturday, 11 July 2015

Beauty / Skincare Wish List - July 2015

Sorry for the hiatus, life has been a little crazy but I'm back with a classic of mine, a monthly beauty / skincare wishlist for July. I sadly missed June as i didn't find anything really i wanted so here is July's version:

Off the Wishlist 

ST Tropez Gradual In Shower Tan - £14.50 - This came on offer last month so I had to pick this up and i have to say this is excellent, it leaves a lovely gradual tan and is way easier than some of their other products which I find streak. The only thing i will say is, do not leave it longer than recommended.  I sadly missed a few blobs of this on my feet and the dark tan spot is still there. 

On the Wishlist:

Max Factor Clump Defying Mascara - £10.99 - I have heard quite a few people rave about this Mascara and as someone who loathes those thick clumpy lashes, I think this product is one i need to try. I also do like the look of the wand, which is one shape i have used on other mascara's and loved. 

Tangle Teezer Compact hair brush - £12.25 - I love compact brushes and as the tangle teezer is a high rated brand, i would love to see what the fuss is about. As i am going on holiday in September, i want as many compact things to take, so i think this would be ideal for my travels and will ensure i don't have any damaged bristles like i have with other brushes. 

Loreal Tecni Art Full Volume Extra Moose - £11.49 - As i plan to change the style of my hair soon, i would love to give my hair some volume as i do it. I saw youtube Estee from Essiebutton use this and as i have had so many problems with moose, i think the nozzle on this would make moose applying so much easier. 

Pixi Make up Fixing Mist - £16.00 - I love when make up lasts all day and these little saviours in a bottle seem to do the trick, so i will add this to my wishlist simply on that basis. 

BY TERRY - Ombre Black Star Eyeshadows £29.00 These are all the trend at the moment and a complete dreamy wishlist item that i will never buy purely because of how expensive it is. I love the Kiko ones which are miles more affordable and would love to see how they compare.  

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