Does anyone else spend hours longing over products over the internet and create a beauty wishlist? I’m sure I’m not the only one, so keep reading to find out why I’ve added these products on my current beauty wishlist!
1.Benefit They’re Real Mascara: £19.50
I have still been using my sample from my ‘Goodies a go-go’ set and I LOVE this mascara. I know I’m probably one of the only beauty bloggers that doesn’t have it yet but I will make it my mission too as it lengthens my lashes brilliantly. I think I’d prefer this that the Rollerlash Mascara as I can curl with an eyelash curler.
2. Cream Contour Palette: £4.00
I really want to try out cream contouring before investing in a high end version and so this little number will be perfect for trying it out. I’m not expecting a full day coverage from this but I always get a cheaper version to see if it is for me.
3. Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge: £5.99
I went of sponges for ages after falling in love with my Real Techniques Core Collection set but I really want to try one again especially for contouring. With the quality of RT brushes I hope their sponge is just the same in helping achieve a flawless finish and for that reason it has made it on my Beauty Wishlist!
4. NARS All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation: £32.00
After my L’Oreal True Match foundation runs out (my favourite drug store foundation, click here for my thoughts) I really want to try a high end foundation to compare, foundations seem to last me ages and I’ve had my eye on this ever since it has been released so I really want to give it a try.
5. Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade: £15.00
Currently lusting over this so much and having just received a paypal voucher I really want to invest in this, so many people are claiming it is their eyebrow holy grail product. For ABH the pice isn’t too expensive however completely unsure whether I’ll need the Blonde/Taupe shade so please if you have either let me know which you think would be best!
6. Anastasia Beverly Hills Duo Brow Brush (#12): £15.00
To coincide the dipbrow, I’d love to get this brush as it looks incredibly precise and again so many reviews praise this with the dipbrow pomade product for accurate precision. It is pricey but a good brush is an investment that last years and years and it just looks so elegant – really hope this makes it into my collection sometime soon!
Are you lusting over any of these products? Any favourites you’re looking out for? Be sure to let me know, I read every comment!