Illamasqua Tremble blusher: I bought this in the Illamsqua sale for £7.50, which is a bit of a bargain in my books. As with all Illamasqua products this is pigmented, so proceed with caution. With a light hand and gentle sweep this gives the perfect matte pink flush on my pale yellow toned skin. Combined with some Kevyn Aucoin highlight this has been my to go look.
This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray: I think you have all heard enough about this. Sleeping pills in a spray bottle. Period. (OK I may have exaggerated ever so slightly but this stuff is good).
Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua: This is a repurchase which says it all. Pretty much fool proof, portable and omits the right amount of glow with a medium coverage.
Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade in Blonde: I have always had a love for brow products in pots, especially the Laura Mercier Brow Pot which has been my 'to-go' product for probably the last two years. I have the shade Blonde and it is dark, I can't imagine this suiting a true blonde, maybe a dirtier blonde. This a lot softer in texture than the Laura Mercier and because of this it seems to create a look which is less harsh. This stays put all day but I can't say I have put to the test the waterproof claims! Big thumbs up and probably my favourite of the favourites.
African Botanics Pure Marula Oil: My skin was feeling the stress last week (thank you skin!) and I started to develop some dry patches around my mouth. This cleared it up amazingly and doesn't feel super oily (I know this is stupid way to describe an oil but some of you will hear me out on this one). I think this will be added to SpaceNK wishlist ready for their next GWP.
Laura Mercier Tarte Au Citron Perfume: I love to smell like food. There, I said it. Nestled between the Tom Ford and the Diptyque is a little stash of oh so sickly sweet food based scents. There is something comforting about smelling like a lemon meringue pie and I am OK with that. Maybe not one for the first date (or a night out) but for the second, third, forth.....
Lean In- Sheryl Sandburg: As a female in a large corporate organisation this is an interesting read (why are boys never called bossy?). I am about half way though and have enjoyed this a lot so far plus it has provided plenty of office talking points.