Day 8 of #JuneBBC asks about what items are on my wishlist. These items can change for me from day to day so this isn’t an exhaustive list. If I was to do this list wandering around a store I can guarantee you that *everything* would be on it. These are just a few of the items that I am currently lusting after! You’ll probably have a good idea after this what my favourite online store is too! 😉
DuWop Lash Venom mascara: I previously had a sample of this from Cloud10Beauty and loved it. It gave me both length and volume and there were no issues with clumping. It costs €24 and I just can’t justify buying it at the moment as I have a few other mascaras I need to use up first!
Face Atelier Ultra Foundation in shade Zero Minus: This is a product I keep saying I must get but haven’t so far. Basically this is a white foundation that you mix with other foundations to reduce them to the shade you need. It’s a must have for us pale girls! This is €38 from Cloud10Beauty.
Real Techniques Limited Edition Duo Fibre Brush set: This limited edition brush set from Sam Chapman’s Real Techniques range is something I am seriously lusting after! As I’m sure you have worked out by now I am a big fan of the Real Techniques brushes and the fact that these are limited edition just makes me want them even more! Again, these are available from Cloud10Beauty (€27.99) but they are also available from iHerb. I am unsure if these will be available in Boots at any stage.
Origins Drink up hydrating face mask and Origins Drink up intensive overnight: Both of these products are aimed at dry and dehydrated skin. They appear on so many favourites videos on YouTube and I don’t think I’ve ever heard a bad review. I love the idea of products that hydrate and nourish my skin and feel these would help my dry skin no end so they are products that I definitely hope to purchase in the future once my skincare stash is reduced! They are available from Debenhams online and instore.
REN Radiance Resurfacing AHA Concentrate: This product is one that I keep eyeing up but haven’t ventured to purchase yet. Again, given that I already have loads of skincare items to use up I can’t justify spending €35 (on Cloud10Beauty) for this product at the moment. It is supposed to exfoliate and help with moisture levels in your skin so I am hoping to try it at some stage in the future. I’m wary though as it does warn that the skin may tingle while adjusting to it and I fear that it may react badly with my sensitive skin.
Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Concentrate: I’ve had a sample of Esteé Lauder Advanced Night Repair and loved it. I used it as an intensive pick me up for my skin instead of using it daily as I wanted to make it last. This is the concentrate version and it claims to be even better as it has 5 times the concentration of the original. It’s a real wishlist item at €100 for 30ml from Debenhams online and instore.