Hello everyone, as April is now over I thought I’d share what I’ve been enjoying this month!
Vaseline Coco Butter Lip Therapy– I’ve had this for quite a while now, but recently I’ve just started using it before I go to bed. I just apply it too my lips then in the morning your lips should feel 100% repaired (if they were dry) and they’ll be super soft!
BarryM Texture Nail Paint in Ridley Road– I purchased this last summer, but only wore it once. I was looking for a nice spring colour over Easter and I thought this was perfect. It’s such a nice bright colour, and I think the ‘texture’ of it is really nice.
Rimmel London I ‘Heart’ Lasting Finish in Purple Pulse– This colour is so lovely and bright, the purple is almost like the colour of berries and the quality of it is amazing, would really recommend this nail varnish.
Revlon Lip Butter in Juicy Papaya– I have posted about this product in one of my other posts, I literally can’t get enough of the Revlon Lip Butters, they’re amazing and this colour is perfect for the spring time!
TRESemme Split Remedy Conditioner– I also posted about this AMAZING product, I know it’s kind of a boring one but it’s so amazing and it’s actually repaired my split ends and makes my hair super soft!
L’Oreal Miss Manga Mascara– I’ve seen so many posts on this mascara as it’s quite new, I know there has been mixed reviews, but personally I LOVE it! It actually gives my lashes volume and it stays on so well! One of my favourites this month.
Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush– I’ve had this since Christmas, but I’ve recently just been relying on it so much as I’ve started to use more eye shadows. It’s so perfect for putting on your base eye shadow and its fabulous for blending too.
Rimmel London Soft Kohl Kajal Eye Pencil– I’ve never had a white eye liner until this, I thought I’d try one out. I think it can make your eyes look bigger, and brighter. I’ve enjoyed this product and it sort of works well for spring make up.
Thankyou for reading and I hope you enjoyed it please comment your April favourites as I’d like to hear about them!