Bourjois Colour Edition 24hr Cream Shadow in Petale de Glace / £6.99
Frosted, taupe, an all-over easy colour - sounds like a winner in my book. This cream-to-powder eyeshadow makes for easy wearing as it glides on effortlessly and blends well. Also, did I mention how much I like the colour?

Revlon Colourburst Matte Balm in Elusive / £7.99
This has been my everyday lip colour ever since I got my hands on it a couple of weeks ago. It's a typical 'my lips but better' colour, but on top of that, it's matte (gotta love a matte lip) and nicely moisturising. I actually have my eye on some of the darker shades so I might get one or two more to add to my collection.

I've heard nothing but good thing about Rosehip Oil over the last 6 months, so I though it was about time to add my two cents. I did a bit of research, and two particular brands came out on top - Pai and Trilogy. Although the Pai version looked lovely (and cost about the same ml/£) I opted for the Trilogy one as it came in a 20ml bottle - rather than the Pai, which was a 30ml bottle. As many of you know, I am lucky enough to get to travel quite a lot, so a smaller bottle just works better for me. I've only been using this for a couple of weeks, but I can already tell that it's a keeper. My skin feels softer, more hydrated, and a lot calmer in terms of redness, or any other irritation. I can't wait to see how my skin continues to improve! 


  1. I love the Trilogy facial oil, one of my faves and I've been using the 20ml bottle for almost a year now and it's not even half gone. x

    Claire | AgentSmyth

  2. All three of these featured products are on my wishlist, especially the Trilogy Rosehip Oil. It just sounds fantastic and I haven't really tried working with oils before. It'll definitely be an interesting experience and really want to start it off with their this oil or the Pai Rosehip Oil. I imagine both will be lovely!
    Celina | The Celution | Bloglovin’