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Three Treats for Three Budgets


Michael Bublé By Invitation Peony Noir Eau De Parfum Review


Payday is approaching and if, like me, you haven't bought anything all month, you might feel like having a little splurge! Today, I have three fab products for 3 budgets to share with you!

Under £20:

L'Occitane Almond Shower Oil: It's that time of year when the central heating is back on and the temperatures have dropped, which results in parched skin. I know that not everyone like to moisturise their body every day and many just don't have the time - that's where L'Occitane Almond Shower Oil comes into action! This shower oil is a cult product for a good reason. It nourishes and hydrates the skin so well whilst it is being washed that it isn't necessary to follow with a body lotion afterwards, unless you want to. It lathers well when it mixes with water so there is no thirsty skin feeling afterwards. It also smells amazing and a little goes a long way. This will be perfect for the colder months ahead. £19.

£21-£50:

Michael Bublé By Invitation Peony Noir Eau De Parfum: This is the latest addition to the Michael Bublé By Invitation line. Combining notes of Sweet Rose, Orange Blossom, Cedarwood and Sandalwood, this perfume is a rich, sensuous scent that is warm and perfect for the colder months and evenings out. It reminds me a little of Opium Noir, if you are familiar with that fragrance - rich, sexy and a combination of rose, vanilla and musk. Intoxicating but not overpowering, I love the bottle - the black with a pink lid and pink lettering - chic, feminine but not girly. An all round beautiful perfume, £42 for 100ml.

£50+:

Natasha Denona Lila Palette: If you really want to splash the cash, you won't regret buying a Natasha Denona eyeshadow palette! I have a full review of the Lila palette with swatches here - buttery soft shadows, superb pigmentation, easy to blend and long-lasting on the lid. A selection of both warm and cool tones in shades of purples, pinks, browns and coppers in a variety of finishes make this a very versatile palette. Purple is a shade that can be very tricky to get right but Natasha has done it so well. It's  pricey palette at £113 but if you really feel like spoiling yourself and you like the shade selection, you will not be disappointed! Did you know that Feel Unique now stock Natasha Denona?  I am so happy about that as I was ordering from Sephora previously!

Will you be treating yourself to anything this month? Have any of these caught your eye? I'd love to hear!

Thanks for reading! 

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All products are bought by me, unless otherwise stated. The shower oil and perfume were kindly sent to me. Opinion is always my own. Affiliate links may be used.

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