Rather than doing a favourites this month, since I've been using the same things as last month, I decided to show you what products I'm going to be using non stop throughout the autumn months. I've been having more make-up free days than days when I wear it but hopefully that will stop soon as there are lots of products I'm dying to start using again.
I'm going back to a base with a little more coverage, so Bobbi Brown BB Cream is coming back out along with the Bobbi Brown Face Touch Up Stick for those little blemishes. I love this combination so much but the BB cream was a little too heavy for me in the winter. I'm sticking with the bronzed look though, so The Body Shop Honey Bronzer* is going to keep me from looking pale in the cold months. I recently hit pan on my Benefit Hoola Bronzer, which is a fair few years old now! For the eyes, I picked up a new mascara, Revlon Grow Luscious, except I didn't realise this was the waterproof one. I need to start wearing eyeshadow more often as I have so many, yet they're hardly used. The Body Shop Shimmer Cubes in Bronze* are a new addition, as I can't stay away from a little shimmer on the eyes. For the lips, I'm going dark as I'm keeping the eyes neutral. Model Co have brought out some new lipsticks in collab with Birchbox, the Party Proof Matte Lipsticks are calling my name, especially the Red Velvet* shade.
For the nails, I am obsessed with Essie Mademoiselle for my fingers and I'm bringing OPI Royal Rajah Ruby for my toes. My mum has used that colour for a long time now, so when they discontinued it we hunted it down online and bought too many bottles of it. To keep the base of my make up still very radiant, Clarins Beauty Flash Balm* is a great moisturiser to give my skin a dewy look. It's the first beauty flash balm I've tried, but I'm glad it doesn't have a 'pearlesque' look to it as I didn't want that. To stop the ends of my hair from drying out, especially as I need my blonde dip-dye done again soon, Bumble & Bumble Quenching Complex* has been great for daily use on dry hair.
Would you like to see what skincare I'm going to be using throughout the colder months?