It's the end of the month and most people are in the position of either having some money left in the bank before payday or have just been paid so I thought I'd put this post together with four products that I love for four different budgets - under £10, £10-25, £25-50 and £50 and over. If you feel like treating yourself, hopefully you will find something you like here!
L'Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream is one of my favourite ever hand creams and this limited edition packaging makes it extra cute! This 30ml size is ideal for in your handbag or as a desk essential and you are guaranteed soft, smooth hands with this cream but without any extra greasiness! £8.
Too Faced Chocolate Matte Bronzer: This bronzer has such a beautiful texture that it is almost soft to touch, which means that it applies and blends so easily and evenly. There is no need to worry about a muddy look to your skin with this bronzer and because it has a matte finish, it gives a very natural looking tan to the skin. It's also available in Milk and Dark Chocolate for other skin tones. £25 from Cult Beauty, Debenhams UK/Ireland.
Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter is a multi-use product - it can be used under foundation, over foundation or worn alone (although I think you'd look like a discoball!). I personally love to wear it under my foundation to bring some glow, blur pores and give my skin some life. It can be worn over foundation as a highlighter and it doesn't disturb the base underneath. I wouldn't recommend it for oily skin because it really does bring the glow but for normal or dry skin, it's a winner! £30 Cult Beauty/Charlotte Tilbury.
Tom Ford Eau De Soleil Blanc: Tom Ford have released an 'eau' version of some of their most popular fragrances for summer and I couldn't resist buying this one as I have lusted after Soleil Blanc for a few years! This literally smells like a sun holiday in a bottle, yet it's a little less sweet than Bronze Goddess, if you are familiar with that. It is both warm and crisp with notes of amber and citrus fruits. It isn't the longest lasting on the skin but it's a lighter version of the original so I'd expect that - I get around 4 hours before I need to top up. The only problem is that it will make you want to book a holiday! £82 Debenhams UK/Ireland.
Will you be treating yourself to anything around payday? I'd love to hear!
Thanks for reading!