I didn't get round to posting my monthly favourites, Easter has been crazy busy in work and I've had so much on that blogging has taken a bit of back seat. Anyway I'm here with a "What I Love Lately" post, in the future if I ever don't find time to write a monthly favourites post I will probably do this instead... Now, lets get to the good stuff...
This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray
I received this in the Time4Sleep package which I wrote about here, and ever since I got it I've been using it every night. I love the scent of Lavender, especially to help calm me and help sleep. It's a dream and I drift off into a deep and calming sleep, waking up in the morning fresh and well rested.
By Terry Touche Veloutee
I hate myself for buying this. 1) It's expensive. 2) It's so good. If you're after a light weight concealer with a decent amount of coverage without caking then this is "The One". I'm not mad about the packaging because with this you can't see how much product is left but I can overlook that slight problem and appreciate the product inside. I haven't used any other concealer for over a month now and I can't see myself ever doing so, this is my "holy grail" concealer now. Big claim.
Nars Sheer Glow
Now this is the wrong shade for me which I've recently learnt but after purchasing the All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation and being bitterly disappointed with it, I went back to my trusty sheer glow and it really has to be my favourite foundation. The coverage is brilliant as well as giving a glow, now it's been hotter I do have to powder my face but it lasts all day and my complexion looks flawless. Seeing it's nearly all gone, I'll be repurchasing it in the correct shade.
Avene Eau Thermale Thermal Spring Water
I work in air conditioning and during the day my skin gets tight and sometimes my foundation can become quite dry, so a quick spritz of this will add some moisture back into my skin. It's also great for cooling down when you're feeling hot, I've been taking this to the gym with me and use a couple of sprays to calm down my beetroot face. It's pricey for water in a canister but it's one I've been reaching for daily.
Avene Hydrance Optimale Hydrating Serum
Speaking of dry skin, I've been mixing up my serums and this one in particular is one I've really been enjoying. I take two pumps massaged into my skin morning and evening and after applying there is a visible difference in the appearance of my skin but also the texture. If you're on a budget and wanting a serum to add into your routine, I highly recommend this. I've been choosing this over my Clarins HydraQuench serum and I've seen better results.