I'm at it again, starting another blog series! I've been thinking about doing this one for a while, separate to my monthly favourites, just focussing on 5 products I'm currently loving, whether new or old. This won't necessarily be every month, but when I have 5 I feel like sharing.
Anastasia brow wiz
I've recently re-found this in my stash and started using it. I'm actually preferring it to the powder and waxes I've become accustomed to. I actually find it easier to use this and create a really nice brow shape, and keep it looking more natural. Why didn't I instantly fall in love with this when I bought it? I do think it helps to have groomed brows for the product to work well.
NYX Blusher in Pinched
After chatting to a friend of mine recently about dupes for NARS Orgasm, I've rediscovered my love for NYX Pinched - I'm not sure if I've ever seen a dupe that's quite as good as this - everything about it is on point - the texture, the balance of shimmer, and how it applies, but all for a fraction of the price.
Maybelline Lash Sensational
I'll be reviewing this later in the week. It's working it's way to being one of my current favourite mascara's - when I applied it the other night, I looked like I was wearing false eye lashes, it gives fantastic volume at the root of the lash, separating and lengthening the lashes. A great high-street find that I'm really loving right now.
I don't wear bronzer that often, but since I rediscovered this in my stash (I actually bought this in the same haul as my brow wiz from Cult Beauty) I've been wearing it every time I've done my makeup - I might even write a blog post or film a video about how I contour, because this product is gorgeous. It's not orange, it blends in beautifully and helps give your blusher a warmer glow.
MAC mineralize blusher in Gentle
What a stunning blusher this is. I'm such a fan of blushers that aren't crazy pigmented, I think they tend to blotch and generally don't look good on the skin - I like a blusher that's a harder formula, where you can swirl your blusher picking up the perfect amount to give your cheeks a glow
What did you think of this new blog series? If you have any ideas on other types of series you'd like to see in the future, just leave a comment with your idea below :)