The Body Shop
If you saw my Body Shop wish list post last month you will know that I was lusting after the special edition blueberry shower gel amongst other things! I decided to pick it up using the 50% off discount, along with the shea shower cream, radiant highlighter, eyebrow pencil, vitamin e illuminating moisture cream and the vanilla & tonka bean home fragrance oil. I absolutely love everything, but the stand out products from my order are definitely the blueberry shower gel (it's so refreshing in the morning), the radiant highlighter and the illuminating moisture cream. I think I will be doing a review of the highlighter at some point, so be sure to look out for that!
I can never resist the Boots 3-for-2 offer, but I managed not to go crazy, picking up just three makeup items. The first was the Rimmel Match Perfection foundation (review here), the second was the Maybelline Falsies Volum'Express and the third item was the Revelon Colorburst in the shade Demure. I picked up the mascara and lip lacquer balm after reading so many good things about them on various different beauty blogs and I am very pleased I did because they're both lovely!
Whilst I love the look of expensive candles from the likes of Jo Malone and Diptyque, unfortunately I simply cannot justify spending that much money on a candle for myself (at the moment). Aside from buying Yankee candles, one of my favourite places to pick up candles is Tesco. These candles only cost about £3.00 each, they have fantastic burn times and the scents are divine. I picked up vanilla (an old favourite) and linen (which is such a fresh and pleasant scent).
The top from F&F at Tesco was a spontaneous purchase. I am a magpie for embellished collars, so when I saw this beautiful top I knew I had to make it mine. It is made from a lovely light material and is a gorgeous pastel colour, making it the perfect wardrobe staple for spring.
I've wanted kitty shoes for ages and although I would love to own Charlotte Olympia's original version, again I cannot justify spending that much money! Instead I picked up a dupe on eBay for £12.99 (link here). Now it's getting a little sunnier I'm looking forward to wearing these with my pretty spring dresses. If you want to get your own pair of kitty shoes, I highly recommend sizing up if you buy them from the eBay seller I have linked to, as they are on the small side!
Have you tried any of the products I have featured in this post?
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