Saturday, 1 September 2012

August Favourites.

Today I will be sharing with you all my favourite beauty items for the month of august. I don't have loads of products to talk about this month, only five, but I have been really loving all of them for the whole month.
Essie Nail Polish in Mademoiselle: £7.99 (Buy here)
I got this nail polish at the beginning of the month and have been wearing it non stop! It's a VERY sheer pale pink polish, that can be worn alone, on top of a french manicure or as a top/base coat. Honestly it looks as if you have near enough nothing on your nails, but I think its great for when I don't want to wear a bold nail polish!
Revlon ColourStay Mineral Finishing Powder in Brighten: (Discontinued, but can be found on places like Ebay)
I Seriously Love This! I haven't tried too many highlighter's in my time, but I can say this is my favourite! It is a straight up pink colour, which I didn't think was going to suit me (as I have yellow undertones), but when it's on the skin it looks more of a white, and gives the prettiest glow to your skin. And these 'mineral finishing powders' are meant to be a dupe for Mac MSF's, which are around four times the price!
Mac Powder Blush in Melba: £17.00 (Buy here)
I would say that 95% of my blush collection consists of pink blushes; pale pink, bright pink, deep pink, I could go on. So, this orange blush is kind of not something I would normally go for, however it does really suit me. Melba is a muted peach colour with a matte finish so it looks really natural and I have worn it for the majority of this past month.

Lancome Hypnose Star Mascara: £21.00 (Buy here)
Although my picture doesn't do it justice, lets all take a gander at the B E A U T I F U L of this mascara. It's glittery! Now I am not going to say too much about this mascara as I am going to be doing a review on it soon, but I have been wearing it all month and I just love the way it makes my lashes look!

St. Ives Blemish Fighting Face Scrub: £3.99 (Buy here)
This is probably the best scrub I have ever used on my face; it's oil free, contains 100% natural exfoliants and contains salicylic acid! I use it about once or twice a week and it helps keep my skin nice and clear.
What are your favourites for August?
- BeautyGeek123.


  1. I love that St ives scrub :) I really want to try an Essie polish but I just find them too pricey!
    Love Holz oxo

    1. The St Ives scrub is great! I agree that Essie can be pricey, but if you pick wisley and get a colour that you will get alot of wear out of, then its worth it! :) X