|Sanctuary Spa Hot Cloth Cleanser // Bourjois Blue No Blues // Bourjois Rouge Edition Lipstick in Rose Tweed // Bourjois Bronzing Powder // Natural Collection eyeliner in Soft Brown|
The next thing I picked up was this gorgeous nail polish from Bourjois. I had seen it on a few beauty Youtubers' videos and knew I had to add it to my collection. It is such a beautiful bright blue colour and has the gel finish that everyone is currently loving. I love how it comes with quite a wide brush as it makes it so much easier to apply the polish. It also happens to be the perfect shade to go with the dress I have bought for a wedding I am attending next weekend.
The lovely Amy from A Little Boat Sailing featured the Bourjois Rouge Edition lipstick in Peche Cosy on her blog a few days ago and I instantly wanted it. Unfortunately it had sold out at the Boots I went to, so instead I swatched a few of the other shades and ended up falling in love with 04 Tweed Pink. It is a gorgeous pink shade as you can see from the swatch below. I would describe as a classic vintage pink. The formula is really creamy and moisturising, making it very easy to apply.
I've wanted the Bourjois 'chocolate bronzer' for so, so long and I have finally got my hands on it. The packaging is adorable and I love the sweet smell of the powder. I haven't had chance to try this out yet, but I have very high expectations of its quality after reading about it on other blogs.
The final items I picked up were a Natural Collection eyeliner pencil and the Collection 2000 lasting perfection concealer (forgot to photograph). The eyeliner was so cheap at just £1.99 and does the job just perfectly. I wanted a soft brown eyeliner for the days when I want a more natural look.
The Collection 2000 lasting perfection concealer is just as amazing as the big beauty bloggers and vloggers say it is. I currently have a few blemishes on my chin from a bad breakout, but you can hardly even tell when I have this concealer on under my No 7 Essentially Natural foundation. I went for the shade 'light' as they didn't have fair, but it matches my skin very well. The formula is really soft making it really easy to apply. I tend to buff it into the skin using my Real Techniques buffing brush.
So there we have it...my mini-boots haul! Hope you enjoyed the read :) let me know if you have tried any of these products and what you think of them below in the comments! xo
PS Bourjois items are on three for two in boots at the moment! Such a good deal!