It's time to treat yourself! I don't know about you, but some months will pass by and I won't have bought anything, and other months, I just get on a roll! There's no harm in treating yourself, even if your budget allows only a small amount. This month, I have three fantastic products, all under £35, to share with you.
Under £10: L'Oreal Paris Blush Of Paradise Melon Dollar Baby: When I saw this blush, I thought it looked similar to some blushes I own, yet different enough to justify owning. I'm not sure if I've had a blush from this brand before, but I'm very impressed because the texture is so smooth and easy to apply. It's a nice summer blush, but I think it will work well in winter too. If this looks a little too pink for your taste, there's also a peach option available. I love the melon print on the blush and the faint melon scent too! £8.99.
£10-30: Fenty Skin Butta Drop Whipped Oil Body Cream: This product has blown me away! It's the first skin product that I've used from this brand, but has made me want to try more. It is ultra nourishing, without being at all greasy and leaves the skin super soft, supple and smooth. It has a whipped cream texture that melts into the skin (hence the name) and contains a combination of glycerin, essential oils, butters and antioxidants, so not only does it nourish the skin, it also leaves it looking glossy and healthy. I was hooked from first use and a little goes a long way with it, which is great, as I'm using it a lot. I am obsessed! For a decadent treat that won't completely break the bank, you need to try this. £28.
£30+: Pat McGrath Divine Blush. There isn't a product from this brand that I have tried and not loved! There aren't many brands that I can say that about! Of course, the packaging is a luxe as you'd expect from Pat McGrath makeup - sturdy black with gold lettering on the outside, Inside is a blush with a stunning pattern of roses with a sunburst behind them - almost too pretty to use...... almost! There are nine shades available - I went for a flesh toned one (Fleurtatious) and Nude Venus (a peachy pink, which is my go to blush shade). These blushes are extremely finely milled, moderately pigmented, but buildable, which I think is the best type of blush, so you don't end up looking like Aunt Sally, and are available in matte and pearl finishes. They blend so effortlessly into the skin and really bring the skin to life. They aren't cheap for a blush, but if your budget allows, a little bit of luxury in your makeup collection is nice to have. £35.
Will you be, or have you, treated yourself this month? I'd love to hear!
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