5 Products I Want To Try Next Month

As I patiently wait for pay day to come around I keep adding amazing looking products to my basket while online shopping – which I can’t deny is a regular occurrence towards the end of every month! So I am going to share with you 5 products I will be buying as soon as I am paid that I can’t wait to get my hands on and trial…

1 – A Colour Correcting Primer

B. Prepared Blemish Control Primer £9.99
Barry M Flawless Colour Correcting Primer £5.99

I have a naturally rosy red face, I blame it on being naturally ginger but it can sometimes be a pain trying to cover without it looking obvious. Some toners that I use tame it slightly but throughout the day when my makeup starts to wear away you can see a clear different between my natural skin and my makeup. I want to try a colour correct primer to see if it will not only help with the natural redness of my skin but keep my makeup in place for longer! I am really intrigued to try the B.Prepard and Barry M primers in the images above – they are both a great price and have good reviews. I especially want to the B. Prepared Primer as it is specifically for blemish control, which I hope will help me tame my spot prone skin and cover them a little better.

2 – A Makeup Revolution Eye Shadow Palette

Makeup Revolution Ultra 32 Shade Palette Flawless Matte £8.00
Makeup Revolution Eye Shadow Palette Flawless 16G £8.00
Makeup Revolution Ultra 32 Shade Palette Beyond Flawless £8.00
Makeup Revolution Fortune Favours The Brave Palette £9.99

 

After buying a Makeup Revolution Highlighter and falling in love with it I have been dying to try out their gorgeous looking eyeshadow palettes. I have read some great reviews about all of the above palettes and just can’t wait to get my hands on one. The ones in the black casing hold 32 different colours and for only £8 they are definitely a steal!

3 – The Barry M Fine Glitter Dust

Barry M Fine Glitter Dust £4.59 available in 14 colours

I have been wanting to try loose glitter for a while now, not only have I seen it being used to take eye makeup to the next level but also to use with lip gloss! Although I have a collection of glittery eyeshadow I just don’t think they have the same impact that these products would.

4 – Make Up For Ever HD Foundation Stick and Concealer

Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Concealer £20
Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Stick Foundation £29

Inspired by Nikkie Tutorials and her amazing videos I am literally begging to get my hands on these products! They make her literally look flawless and the coverage looks amazing. Nikkie, in her videos uses the foundation stick to contour using a lighter and darker colour – I just can’t wait to try them out!

5 – Urban Decay Beached Bronzer

 

Urban Decay Beached Bronzer £20

Every girl needs a well pigmented bronzer that isn’t going to make them look muddy. I am not going to deny the fact I have fallen in love with the stunning packaging, it is just so cute,however, from the reviews I have read it’s not only the packaging that is great! Bronzer is probably the one product I haven’t spend over £15 on as I don’t use it that often but I will definitely be willing to for this gorgeous product!

So fellow bloggers, have you tried any of the above products? Then I would love to hear your thoughts and whether or not you would recommend them?💘

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5 thoughts on “5 Products I Want To Try Next Month

  1. I’ve got the ‘Welcome to Pleasuredome’ eyeshadow palette from Makeup Revolution and it’s amazing. The pigment is unreal and I can’t tell the difference between the natural shades of the Makeup Revolution range and my Urban Decay palettes. I’m loving the Makeup Revolution brand recently x

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  2. The make up forever HD sticks are definitely worth the price! I have very pigmented skin, and this covers absolutely everything. The only complaint I have is, throughout the day you may find it becomImg very oily in the t-zone leaving you with a silk finish, rather than a Matt. Nothing a bit of loose powder can’t fix!

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