8 September 2013

Autumn Beauty Buys/Wish List

Every girl loves to dream about new products! No matter what your 'thing' is there is always something in the back of your mind that you would really love to treat yourself too. This is my list, coming into Autumn, that I would love to get - some things are semi achievable, others are possibly not going to happen but these are all fantastic products that have great reviews so there is something for everyone and every budget. What would your 'wish list' be and what are your must-haves going into the colder months? Let me know by commenting at the bottom of the post or Tweet me on @lucycarterart!



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1. Skin Repair Moisturiser (Light) £19.25 from Liz Earle Another new one for me. I am going to try and try this very soon. I can honestly say that the Liz Earle products I have tried have changed my skin quite drastically. The Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser clears my skin and brightens, so I am excited to try something new from her range. If you go to the website there is an option to purchase trials too which is much more affordable if you are not sure how your skin will react to a product for the first time. Highly recommend giving a few things a shot!

2. Origins GinZing Energy Moisturiser £23.00 from Boots  - Another cult product. For Autumn I would like to invest in a good moisturiser and from what I have seen, and from a sample I once tried, this is the one for me. It has a real wake me up effect on the skin, something needed for me - specifically in the winter time! This one may have to be invested in.

3. Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II £44.00 for 30ml from Boots - I haven't tried this product yet, mostly due to it's price tag, but I did have a sample of it, which was fab! Plus I was lucky enough to try the earlier version of the product as I got it for a present - that was a luxury also. Apparently this product has been made even better. It is a cult 'must-have' which actually lives up to its name. Something for the Christmas list perhaps?

4. REN Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask £30.00 from REN - So, this is my lust after product right now. My skin is going through a bit of lack-luster stage and I would love to try this to see if it would live up to the hype of what I am reading and hearing on YouTube from beauty bloggers. I have never spent more that about £10.00 on a mask but none of the ones I buy have had anywhere near the praise that this one has! I discovered that Marks and Spencer also sell this brand and I have a voucher so I may treat myself to it. 

5. Revlon Photoready Blush in Pinched £7.99 from Boots - Revlon is my super-brand on the highstreet. I think their products really deliver and they have a fantastic range to choose from in both classic and fashion shades. I have wanted to try their cream blusher for a while. I like to apply cream blush and then set with powder blush to help it last all day.  I like the look of this shade as it is neutral and not too bright as we go into Autumn. 

6. Revlon Nail Polish £6.49 from Boots I am a bit of a nail polish-aholic... my favourite shades for Autumn and Winter are certainly deep blood reds and pure reds, I also love purples too, anything that compliments the season we are in. I think reds and dark reds are more suitable for my pale limbs in Winter too :-)

7. No 7 Poppy King Lip Crayon in Playing £11.50 from Boots Lip crayons are so convenient to carry around with you and I really like this shade. Reds are so lovely because they can be applied as a full coverage, vibrant pop of colour on your lips or blotted away until you achieve more of a stained appearance which works well during the day if you want to be more natural looking.

8. Naked Palette £37.00 from Beauty Bay  - Clearly I am winning some kind of lottery before purchasing any of these wonderful, luxury products, but either way this is a wish list so I am allowed to dream! I have seen a lot of reviews of this palette and know I would just adore it, along side the Naked Palette 2, which also looks divine. I don't go for 'out there' colours on my eyes, I save them for my lips, where I love a 'pop' of colour, but this palette has such a beautiful selection of neutrals which can make the most subtle or dramatic looks - really want this!

9. Essie Apricot Cuticle Oil £8.95 from Feel Unique - I have heard many good things about this product and highly rate Essie anyway so am keen to give this a try but I equally rate plain old Almond Oil too, which you can get from Health Food shops.



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