This Week’s Most Loved… #15.

For a while there I wasn’t venturing too far from my usual makeup and skincare routines but after a few shopping trips I’ve found some really beautiful products that I just had to share with you.
Ever since I can remember I’ve been a terrible sleeper, all my good ideas come at night and my brain goes in to action. As a kid I’d always have lavender scented pillow spray and so when I saw that This Works had a Deep Sleep range I had to give this Deep Sleep Pillow Spray a whirl….

Kevyn Aucoin Creamy Glow Blush in Liquifuschia.

Kevyn Aucoin Liquifuschia Blush – £19
It wasn’t until this year that I really discovered cream blushes, I’d always been a blusher girl – my blush drawer is seriously overflowing – but I’d always preferred and felt familiar with powder blushes. I’m not sure what changed my mind, but I’ve barely picked up a powder blush since.
I’d been circling the Kevyn Aucoin counter for some time before taking the plunge and picking up Liquifuschia, a bright Fuschia not for the faint of heart. I wanted something a bit more daring for winter,…

Double Action Cleansers.

It may be fairly obvious to you by now that I love a multi-use product, my beauty routines are often quite swift and effortless but I make sure to use products that have great results. Over the last few weeks I’ve found a few cleansers that have made my makeup removal routine just that little bit more efficient by leaving my skin looking freshly cleansed, purified and clear. These aren’t just your average cleansing products, they do all that and a whole lot more… 

One of my most used evening cleaners is the Elemental Herbology Bio-Cellular Facial Cleanser (£22)….

Chantecaille Iridescent Eye Shade in Sel.

Chantecaille Iridescent Eye Shade in Sel – £23
Although my eyeshadow palettes are stacking up, I sometimes find exactly what I need in a single eyeshadow. Whilst stalking the various beauty counters in Space NK recently, I found this perfect cool-toned taupe amongst the Chantecaille stand and since then, there’s not been any other shade that has grabbed my attention. 

The first eyeshadow I’ve tried from Chantecaille, Sel is a shimmery neutral grey/brown that caught my eye pretty quickly (despite not really looking for eyeshadows). It contained just the right amount of wearable shimmer that made it suitable for day and night and the colour didn’t look too pink on my warm skin tone. …