So just a little background, I have very dry skin, to the point, I thought it might be psoriasis (spoilers it’s not). I’ve tried some products but this year I really tried to do something with my skin to fix it. I haven’t yet found the perfect solution (give me products to try! I need help!). I have found two products that are helping, at least a little bit.
Cetaphil – this is my go to, honestly, it sinks in quickly and makes my skin feel like silk. This sometimes does need some help though
Drunk Elephant – specifically Marula Oil, I’ve only had a sample of this. It’s working really well at the moment.
I do need some help with my skincare routine. If you know of any good (dry skin!) cleansers or toners or exfoliants do let me know! I’d love to try them
Revlon Colourstay 24hr foundation – I’ve already done a whole review on this, its good, would recommend this to anyone with dry skin. It’s not perfect but it’s close.
Revlon Photoready Eye Art: Peach – I recently purchased this and oh.my.god. it is sooo good, long-lasting, incredibly pigmented, gorgeous glittering and very easy to work with. It’s easy to create both subtle and crazy looks and I’ve never had a problem with it
Maybelline Noveau Master Strobing Stick – This cream illuminator is absolutely stunning. Easy to apply, so so creamy and pigmented beyond belief, it is such a gorgeous highlighter. I recommend this 100%
Lush Lustre – I’ve owned this for…. way to long, and I’m only halfway through it. I use it for EVERYTHING. It’s a perfume, it’s a highlight, its an eyeshadow, I’ve used it as a hair perfume, as a body bronzer, I’ve even used it as a lipstick highlight. If you’ve got sensitive anything, only use it new because I could see how this could be a dangerous product, but I’ve been bred pretty tough so my body hasn’t rejected it yet. Thank God.
Elf brushes – Cheap, easy to use, easy to clean, decent brushes.
Fifth Avenue Setting Spray – Cheap, easy to use, does its job.
Target Workout Shorts – they fit well, they cost me $8 and I wear them for everything, probably too much
Dakine Bag – I purchased this from my co-op at Uni, it’s such a good, sturdy bag and it holds so much! It’s got like three secret pockets which are perfect when you need to hide gifts, or food or car keys. It holds all my Uni textbooks (which is impressive) and I’ve never got a sore back wearing it. 10/10 would recommend.
Zoella Make Up Bag – I basically live between two houses, so I needed a toiletries bag that could hold everything from shampoo bottles to most of my makeup. The Zoella Bag(s) (I own two) fulfil this task beautifully. The smaller one I have fits a nights worth of makeup with easy while the bigger one fulfils all my toiletries needs with ease.
Millers Trenchcoat – I needed a good jacket. The only jumper I wore before then was my leaver’s jacket, and people were getting annoyed. So I walked around the biggest shopping centre in South Perth for about 4 hours. Eventually, I tried on this gorgeous Millers coat, I was going to buy it that day (at more than I could really afford) but the sales person said to wait till Monday cause there was a 50% off sale. It was well worth the money. I wore it every.single.day during winter, legitimately, it’s my favourite. I’m sad it’s summer because I want to wear it so much. IT HAS POCKETS YOU CAN FIT A BOOK IN, LIKE A BIG BOOK. Definitely get one.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine – a cop show that makes you laugh, that I can also fall asleep too
How I Met Your Mother – a classic that never stops making me laugh, or getting emotional
Victoria – ooooh so good, Jenna Coleman does an amazing job. It’s probably not super accurate but I love it, I’m impatiently awaiting the next season
The Royals – Informative, nostalgic, and fuels my love for the monarchy