November Favourites

It’s favourites time! I feel like I’m forever using the same products over and over again, and yet I always manage to find something new to mention as a favourite when the time to write up this post rolls around. I guess I have more beauty products than I thought? No surprise there I guess. I’ve rediscovered some old favourites in this month’s stash. Here we go…

Chloe EDP – This is one of my favourite summertime scents. For some reason it reminds me of bubble bath, I do not know why. In any case, it’s fresh and ‘clean’ smelling, which is exactly what I tend to reach for when the weather is HOT and I feel disgusting. Although this is a long-lasting scent (on my skin anyway), having the rollerball of this is so handy because I can chuck it into my handbag for days where I know I’ll need to touch up.

Kerastase Bain Crystal Shampoo – I’d say Kerastase is my #1 haircare brand, so when I discovered this in my stash (after having completely forgotten that I’d bought it), I was most pleased. This is a really wonderful shampoo, and I’d highly recommend it to any of long-haired girls out there.

Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment in Rose – This has been floating around in my handbag all month, which means I’ve gotten more use out of it than any other lip product in my stash. That isn’t the only reason I’m mentioning it in my favourites though, this is one of my absolute favourites – an easy go-to lip that I can wear every day. Love it.

Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant – I haven’t used Dermalogica products on my skin in quite a while, but I had the sudden urge to buy this before I embarked on my Project 50 Pan. Do I regret that decision? Obviously not. I’ve really missed this product, as it turns out, and I still love it just as much as I did a few years ago when I used it religiously on my face. Happy to have you back, Microfoliant.

Lip Week Day 1 – Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF15 in Petal

I love the regular Fresh Sugar lip treatment, so when I received an email from Sephora announcing that Fresh had released a new shade in their tinted line I was all over it. Petal is described as being a ‘sheer petal pink’ which sounded to me like it would work perfectly on my lips and it really does. This is one of those ‘your lips but better’ products that I feel like I’m always searching for. The coverage is sheer but can be built up to a medium sort of colour if I want to wear it that way, though I rarely wear too much colour on my lips unless I’m going out at night. The smell is the same lemon fresh scent as the other products in the range and I’m yet to get sick of it. If you’re planning on a special order from Sephora any time soon I would recommend popping one of these in your shopping cart. The Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF 15 in Petal retails for $22.50 USD and is available for purchase from Sephora.