002: Alpha H Liquid Laser Cleansing Oil (£35.95)* - This has been sitting in my skincare back up drawer for probably around six months, if not longer. I've been seeing it pop-up everywhere lately and decided it was time to give it a whirl as I threw away my other cleansing oil (The Body Shop one, which I did really like if you're interested). Rather than immediately coming out as an oil, which I expected, this is more of a gel formula until massaged into the skin with water. It's also really light and doesn't irritate my face, something I half expected to happen. This really brightens my lacklustre skin and resurfaces it for a smooth and hydrated feeling; a product that I like to use in the morning or as a second evening cleanse.
003: Bourjois City Radiance Foundation (£9.99)* and 004: Bourjois Radiance Reveal Concealer (£7.99) - Now I won't bore you with the details as I have previously raved about these new Bourjois beauties, but let's just say I haven't stopped using them and yesterday I had to repurchase the concealer. On the occasion I do put on another base combo, I regret it instantly and wish I had the glowy, clear looking complexion that these two products provide. You need to try them, seriously. These are the first two products in a long time that I have used and not had a single complaint about (and repurchased).
005: Becca Jaclyn Hill Shimmering Skin Perfector Champagne Pop (£32) - Another one that will come at no surprise, but this month I've wanted to keep that party make-up feeling going, and this is the product that has helped me do that. I prefer using this for more of the special occasion, or evening out, but a light dusting (and I mean very light dusting as it's very pigmented) is great for day wear. I love combining this with a gold shimmery eye for the ultimate pop!
006: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade (£15) - Another product that I haven't stopped using since I got it from the US, is this little pot of utter brow delight. I find this works best when just having my eyebrows threaded (the Brow Wiz works better for the overgrown look - for me anyway), but it lasts all day and allows me to be precise in application. I also really relish the fact that I can accidentally rub my brows and this still fails to transfer.