Here is more information on my favourite product picks from May, mentioned in the above video.
Ardell Lashtite Individual Eyelash Adhesive – Dark £5.95
This is a powerful glue – not to be used for eyelashes you want to wear one evening and then rip off while you wash your face that night! This is what I use if I want to top up my own individual lashes – it lasts it is strong eyelash glue. It is of the dark variety, I bought it in LA, but in the UK find it HERE.
Avon Ultra Colour Lipstick – Ripe Papaya £7.50
A moisturising lipstick that lasts but fades evenly. Medium coverage and not heavily pigmented – therefore easy to wear. I really like this pretty pale coral ‘Ripe Papaya’ that I am wearing in the video.
Find it HERE
Amazing Grace by Philosophy £32.00
A long term favourite perfume of mine from this divine ‘Grace’ range by Philosophy. I have been wearing this frequently over the last month and I get endless compliments on it. It is feminine with a light musk. Find it in the UK HERE.
Elemis Pro-Collagen Advanced Eye Treatment £40.00
A light anti-ageing serum dispensed by a dropper for the under eye area. Firming and moisturising. Contains padina pavonica and blue flower linseed. I love the texture of this eye treatment, it is very protective of the delicate skin under the eyes. Find it HERE.
Make Up Store – My Precious Coral Lipliner £8.50
This fantastic lipliner can be used to line the lips or for an all over lip colour. Beautiful coral. In the UK the only Make Up Store in on Carnaby Street. They do not have a good website from my memory – I hope that it is being improved because it won’t currently open at all! It is available online for those at a distance from London – but it’s more expensive HERE.
Dermalogica Skin Resurfacing Cleanser £35.60
This cleanser from Dermalogica’s Age Smart range has been my morning ‘in the shower’ cleanser for the last year. Creamy texture – made with lactic acid to remove dead skin cells, and dulling debris – and Vitamin E to condition. Helps to keep skin clear and bright. Find it HERE.
Phyto Phytopolleine – Scalp Stimulant £22.50
Massage a few drops into the scalp at least 20 minutes before shampooing – preferably overnight – and let this oil blend clear your scalp. Hair growth can be inhibited by a scalp clogged with silicones from shampoo, heavy dry shampoos, and general grime. This has been one of my favourite products for many years – since 2007 to be precise! Find it HERE.
Garnier Roll-On Anti-dark Circles £10.49
Cooling and concealing for the under eye area – and indeed anywhere else on the face. I use mine around the edge of my nose too. As under eye concealers go this is both gentle and effective. It’s in the bag of every make-up artist at ‘The Wright Stuff’, which reignited my love for it this month. Find it HERE.
Lush Ro’s Argan Body Conditioner £15.95
Made with Lush’s much desired Rose Jam scent, this body conditioner is ideal for anyone like me who is lazy with body moisturising. Apply all over the body whilst in the shower and rinse off. This scent is very sweet – and I just love it. Find it HERE.
Elle Macpherson The Body Dry Rotating Brush £25.34
My friend Louise bought me this rotating dry body brush at christmas. I try to body brush every day and this firm bristled brush takes the effort out of it! Always work towards the heart. Find it HERE.
Seascape Island Apothecary Peppermint Oil Lip Balm £10.00
This lip balm contains 100% natural Peppermint Oil. Seascape is a company that uses local produce from Jersey and this lip balm is utterly delicious. I’ve known of this range for a while and it is becoming readily available. Find it HERE.
Elemis Skin Nourishing Shower Cream £23.00
This is Elemis’ classic ‘Skin Nourishing Milk Bath’ ingredient combination in a shower cream. I love both products, as they leave the skin soft and moisturised. Made with milk proteins, jojoba, camellia, and macadamia oils. Very good for dry skin. Find it HERE.
My office today was a hotel room in Berlin, sadly it’s cold out side, so it made it the perfect time to do the write up for my products of the month. Let me know any of your current favourites in the comments section below, I always love reading them!