I love trying out different beauty products, seeing what works for me and (even though it can be annoying) what doesn't. However, these particular products have truly shone this past month or so, and I use them nearly every single day. So, I figured why not share my beauty favourites, and write about something a little bit different to my usual fashion / lifestyle based posts....

Firstly, the classic Rimmel London 'Wake Me Up' foundation. Although this has had mixed reviews, I personally find it a cheap high-street favourite, it does brighten up my appearance and lasts most of the day without primer, which is bloody brilliant. It's available in most Boots and Superdrug stores for around £8.99 (or a tip, check out Wilko's or Savers, they usually have this on offer for just £5!)

Gentle Facial Cleansing Wipes - Primark (2 Packs) - £1. Yep, just £1. I know what you're immediately thinking. That crap will burn my skin off - and yes - I HAV2E tried and tested Primark wipes in the past before, but I think they have altered the ingredients or something, because these gentle ones for sensitive skin don't actually irritate me, compared to ones before. Thumbs up!

High Beam Highlighter - Benefit - £5. This little tube is just £5 as it's part of Benefit's travel sized range that's available in Boots, and I actually really like to highlight my cheekbones and brow bone, just for a subtle, everyday look.

All Nighter Makeup Setting Spray - Urban Decay - £12. Mine is just a little sample, but I have seen a difference after applying my makeup when using it, however I might try the de-slick version because of my oily skin, see if works any better.

Creme Cup Lipstick - Mac Cosmetics - £15. This has always been a favourite of mine, but I have recently come back to it - it's dewy, soft, and just generally great for a simple, pretty look.

Brow Mascara - Benefit. This latest Benefit brow product certainly hasn't disappointed, it actually doesn't shift your brows all day, and it's one of those products that actually works. Definitely recommend.

Highlighter Pencil - Collection 2000 - £3/4.

What do you think to these products?
Have you ever tried them?
As always, let me know!
Lots of love,
Hannah xoxo


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