So, this is my November favourites post, as I wanted to share with you, some of the things I’ve been obsessed with this month. Also, I can’t believe tomorrow is the last month of the year, oh my, this year has seriously flown by! .
L’Oreal – False Lash Wings Intenza*
I really enjoy this as an everyday mascara, as it provides the right level of intensely.
The wing brush on this makes it easy to apply on all of my lashes, even the little stubborn ones that are normally hard to reach. It provides volume and defines each individual lash very well and I’ve had multiple compliments asking if I’m wearing fake lashes with this baby on, so SCORE!
This is available at Priceline for $25.95AUD.
L’Oreal – Brow Artist Plumper
I’m all for quick and easy brow products, and this one is perfect for the job.
I love how this product keeps my brows in place and adds definition, yet still looks very natural. Big thumbs up from me.
This is available at Priceline for $18.95AUD.
Kiko – Infinity 237 Eye Shadow
I’ve been using this eye shadow everyday as a base before applying my other eye shadows. It’s a good match for a “nude” eye shadow base and makes all over blending very easy.
Highly recommended especially as it was only a couple of euros. However, this product is not currently available in Australia.
Jurlique – Rose Moisture Plus Revitalising Gel-Lotion*
When I came back from my overseas trip (October), my skin got really really dry.
I started using intense oils help get rid of the dryness and it worked, however I no longer needed to use them as they were intense. Now I’m using this to maintain my skin.
I only use this at night before bed and when I wake up each morning, my skin is very soft with no signs of dryness. I feel like since using this product, I’ve seen a great improvement on my skin.
I also love the smell of this, it’s so florally fresh.
This is available at Jurlique for $55.00AUD.
Lavanila – The Healthy Deodorant Pure Vanilla
You probably don’t know this, but it’s so hard to find a natural deodorant that actually works. This works, and it works well!
Not only does it smell divine (I love vanilla scent) but it’s dry. Most deodorants have the issue of it being “too wet”, but this one is perfect.
If you’re after a natural deodorant that works, don’t waste money on anything else (natural deodorants are really expensive, in case you didn’t know…), just buy this!
This is available at Natural Supply Co for $24.95AUD.
Natura Siberica – Oblepikha and Honey Body Scrub*
I’m a sucker for a scrub that smells amazing and this smells so amazing.
I find that some scrubs will leave behind an oily residue, but this one doesn’t. I love that it leaves my skin very soft and moisturized.
I also love that it’s natural and doesn’t use those “nasty beads”, which is a massive plus in my books.
This is available at Chemist Warehouse for $19.99AUD.
The Weeknd (Music)
I’m late to the game, as I mainly listen to old school stuff (I actually don’t have anything within the last 4 years on my phone).
But I discovered The Weeknd via Pandora recently and I’m totally obsessed.
The Weeknd is like no other artist and he’s so undeniably good.
His music is very sexy and some just out right dirty, to the point where I laugh out loud whilst listening.
Listen, but proceed with caution, it’s not for the faint hearted.
Urban Soul – Rocket Black Pump Shoes
These have been on my feet every chance I get. They’re comfy and I love the lace look right now.
However, they’re suede and are so hard to keep clean, as evidenced by the photos. Still love them though.
These is available at Myer for $139.95AUD.
Mansur Gavriel – Mini Bucket Bag in Flamma
What can I say about this bag? It’s THE BUCKET BAG of all bucket bags.
It’s simple, stylish, eye catching and very easy to wear.
If you can get your hands on one, you’ll be hooked too.
This is available at Mansur Gavriel for $495USD.
What has been a few of your favourites this past month? I would love for you to share them with me.
Until we meet again, stay beautiful.
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