I would consider myself to be a makeup addict and of course I read a lot of beauty blogs. Naturally, I keep a list of the products I would like to get, it’s good to be able to keep track of it all plus it definitely comes in handy come Christmas and birthdays! Reading a lot of beauty blogs however, only makes me find even more products that I want to try. Here’s ten products that have made it to my wishlist courtesy of you lovely lot!
1) Charlotte Tilbury Matte Rveolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk £24.00 (Cult Beauty)
I’m yet to try the lip liner properly but having swatched it on my hand it is a stunning shade. I’m more of a lipstick than a lip liner girl so I’m excited to see Pillow Talk in a lipstick shade. I’m so late to the party with this but I’m determined to get my hands on it at some point, in the meantime I’ll keep on dreaming and of course reading about it elsewhere.
2) Glamglow Thirsty Mud Hydrating Treatment To Go £16.00 (Look Fantastic)
I have heard so many people raving about Glamglow but in my opinion the price is pretty hefty for one face mask. Enter this to-go treatment, this way I can try the product for less than the full size and if I like it I can buy a larger size later. I do have combination skin but of course in the colder temperatures it’s drying out so a moisturising mask will be most welcomed!
3) Mac Eye Brows in Spiked £14.50 (Mac Cosmetics)
I’ve been using a lot of pomades recently and don’t get me wrong I do like them but I miss the simplicity of a good old pencil. I’ve heard Mikhila talk a lot about this and I’ll admit I’m definitely curious as to whether it can top my beloved Brow Wiz. Either way this looks like a lovely product.
4) Maybelline Master Fixer Powder in 01 Translucent £8.99 (Superdrug)
I’m in the market for a good loose powder as my skin is dry in some places but oily in others! I wasn’t too fussed over this one by Maybelline but I read a review the other day and the blogger explained how it blurred their pores, something which I really need right now! This has a lot of product claims which I doubt it lives up to but if it did that would be amazing!
5) Nip and Fab Glycolic Fix Pads £12.95 (Superdrug)
Nip and Fab were never really a brand that were on my radar until I read so many reviews raving about these pads. I do love a good chemical exfoliator and the fact that I can just swipe and go with these appeals to my inner lazy girl.
6) Nyx Dewy Finish Setting Spray £7.00 (Feel Unique)
My first experience of setting sprays wasn’t fantastic. I tried the Urban Decay Chill Makeup Setting Spray and to be honest it didn’t seem to do much for the longevity of my makeup, I also found that the nozzle got stuck on the old packaging and it sprayed a lot in my face. The Nyx one is apparently fantastic and I do love a dewy finish.
7) Redken Pillow Proof Blow Dry Express Primer Cream £17.50 (Feel Unique)
I’ve heard people raving about this and that only makes me want to try it more. This apparently reduces breakage by strengthening your hair. I do blow dry my hair regularly now so something that can add a little protection whilst adding volume sounds right up my street!
8) Spectrum Attention Seeker 10 Piece Essential Brush Set £40.00 (Beauty Bay)
I am in dire need of some new makeup brushes but I always find them to be expensive so I end up not getting any. Spectrum is a brand that I’ve had my eye on for a while and these brushes are just stunning I love the blue heads and pink handles! Spectrum seems to be a brand that is raved about on so many blogs which of course only adds fuel to the fire and makes me want these brushes even more.
9) Tanya Burr Peonies Please Illuminating Powder £7.49 (Superdrug)
I have seen so many people talking about this and Hayley over at Hay Sparkle did a full review on this. I love the plummy pink shade which is perfect for autumn. This looks quite similar to Benefit’s Rockateur and I could see myself using this as a blusher and a highlighter, never complain at a hybrid!
10) Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara £19.50 (Feel Unique)
Of course since this has been released recently, it’s getting a lot of coverage. The packaging is to die for (it matches my Wende’s Contraband palette) and I really like the look of the plastic brush. I really like having plastic wands in my mascara as I find that they do a great job of gripping my lashes and adding length and separation.
So there have it, my blogger enabled wishlist. If you enjoyed this post please hit the like button and feel free to share your thoughts and any links to reviews of these products in the comments for me to read.