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Bobbi Brown Extra SPF25 Tinted Moisturising Balm £34.00 for 30ml –

This comes in 8 shades. It is their ‘Extra Moisturising Balm’ – but with a tint. It is a creamy gel that caters for moisture, coverage and protection, all in one glass tub. Priced £34.00 in the UK – just as reasonable to buy in the UK as it is in its homeland the USA where it is priced at $52 plus tax. Perfect for drier skins, or dehydrated skins. Also fabulous for anyone in a hurry! Winner of Tatler’s Beauty Award 2012 ‘The Foundation’. For my full blog on this tinted balm, click here. To buy – (often promotions on) or


Burts Bees Tinted Lip Balm £5.99 for 4.25g –

100% natural. I originally had the shade Pink Blossom, which I have misplaced, and while I am waiting for it to turn up, I have been using their lovely nude ‘Tiger Lily’. Perfect for under lipstick, or alone. Boots stock Burt’s Bees, and some of the products including the tinted lip balms are currently on a 3 for 2 offer Feel Unique has a price of £5.10 on these tinted lip balms – and also offers free worldwide delivery For more information and the full range visit Burt’s Bees own gorgeous website


MAC Eye Kohl in Powersurge £14.00 –

Great alternative to black, or plain brown. Golden bronze brown pencil. I use this, as demonstrated in the video, across the bottom section of the eye – both over and under the lash line.


MAC Small Contour Brush 109 £26.00

I love to use this small contour brush, as a blusher brush. It catches the apples of the cheeks perfectly – and it is very easy to stay in control of the blusher – gives even application. Good brushes are an investment, and if they are looked after can be used for years, so if you are looking for a good blusher brush give this one a try.


Clinique Chubby Stick in ‘Pudgy Peony’ £16.00 –

As from today – literally today – there are 16 chubby sticks available in Clinique’s range. They have just introduced 8 new colours. I wrote a blog about the new introductions a couple of weeks ago – for more information on the colours click here. Pudgy Peony – as shown in the video – is a beautiful pinky, purply, fuchsia – that I have been desperate to get my hands on. Layer them up for more intense colour – they are quite sheer. To buy or to see the full range –


Superdrug Vitamin E Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover £1.99 for 100ml –

It is no surprise to me that I can’t find this product on their website. It seems to me whatever I am searching for to link from Superdrug I can never find! the same happened when I was first talking about their Vitamin E Radiance Moisture SPF15, not on the website, but in every Superdrug store. It is now back on the website and the eye make up remover isn’t! Go to a Superdrug and I’m nearly certain you will find it there. The closest thing available on their wesbite is another Vitamin E eye make up remover that they do – but I haven’t tried it. To view a selection of the Vitamin E range that my chosen eye make-up remover is from, click here –


Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush in ‘Cherub’ £14.50 for 15ml –

Anyone who follows my blog will know I am a devoted fan of Daniel Sandler’s make up range. I wrote a full blog about this watercolour blusher back in September 2011, and talked through the colours available, so for more information click here. This product lasts and lasts on the skin. It is a runny liquid that, as shown in the video, is extremely easy to apply. Cherub isn’t the only colour that I use of the watercolours, but this month it has been my favourite shade! Goddess is another favourite shade of mine – I think it was a special QVC shade. For free delivery worldwide –


On a side note, I am addicted to Pinterest. For anyone who doesn’t know what it is, it is a website that you treat as a pin board. Click here for my boards if I haven’t described it very well! My user name is ‘SusieEAmy’


Picks of May Susie Amy Beauty

2 Comments on Top Products of the Month – May 2012!

  1. Talika’s eye make up remover (from space nk) is brilliant also, I am convinced it helps my eyelashes to grow as I notice a difference when I switch to other brands and it’s really gentle and calming. Not the cheapest though unfortunately!

  2. I popped in superdrug today, and their vitamin E range is 2 for £3.99 at the moment, so on your recommendation I got the eye makeup remover, and am trying their face oil. Love your favourites x

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