A British Beauty Update

Happy Monday everyone. I feel like it's been ages since I blogged. Since I was away there was a lot of advanced writing happening. In fact I think I last wrote a post over a week ago now-madness! Today I thought I'd give you a little update on some of the products Anna sent me over last month. They've fast become stash staples and if you can get your hands on them I highly recommend you do so...

Super Facialist Salicylic Acid Anti Blemish Clay Mask-Side note, longest product name ever!? This mask is gentle on the skin but also powerful enough to help calm down angry blemishes or red patches. Calming properties aside, it has a super subtle scent and won't leave your skin feeling ultra tight*. If you're in the UK I'd definitely grab this on your next Boots trip, particularly if your skin's throwing a bit of a tantrum. 

No.7 Precision Lips Pencil in Nude-Now I'll be honest, I was a bit unsure about this lipliner at first. Then, several hours later, I realised it was the Lisa Eldridge lipliner so a bit of fangirling occurred. The colour is spot-on and has major Kylie Jenner vibes in my eyes. I like to wear it alone all over the lips with a nude gloss over the top or just underneath nude lipsticks to line the lips. My only gripe is that you can't find this in No.7's small range of products stocked in NZ otherwise I'd be gathering a few backups. 

L'Oreal Miss Manga Waterproof Mascara-A few little birds have told me that L'Oreal do rather good mascaras and admittedly this is the first one I have owned. A couple of coats of this one leaves your lashes looking fuller. Several more and you have quite a bit of drama. I have pin-straight lashes and this is one of the few mascaras that holds a curl in them and unlike other waterproof mascaras it's not such a 'mare to remove. I'm sold. This one will hopefully be winging its way to NZ soon, well at least I hope it will be! 

-Have you tried these beauty products? What did you think of them?

*I call this "the botox effect". I've never had botox, but when you can't move your face because of a mask I imagine that'd be how it feels.

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