Sunday, 12 November 2017

The Latest In Beauty Cosmopolitan Party Starter Edit


Latest In Beauty Cosmopolitan Party Starter Edit

As you will probably already know if you've seen any of my recent beauty box reviews, I now far prefer what's available from stand alone/subscription free boxes as apposed to those which arrive on your doorstep every month with surprises hidden inside. Maybe it's because I've found myself left feeling disappointed with what I find inside them or maybe it's my inner control freak making itself known. Either way, one off beauty boxes, ones which you can research first to see what's inside, are definitely my preference and I've found myself over the moon with most to all of the products enclosed inside. And when you see one, such as the one that I will be reviewing today, where you're genuinely excited about everything inside it, that's when you know that you're on to a winner.

This box, the Latest In Beauty Cosmopolitan Party Starter Edit* is one of those boxes. For just £25, a one of payment instead of a monthly subscription, you'll find all the products that you need for party season and more, all of which have been hand picked by Cosmopolitan's beauty director Ingeborg van Lotringen. It's also worth £121! Now how incredible is that?!

So let's see what the Cosmopolitan Party Starter Edit contains;

latest in beauty party box review

Firstly we have some real standout products, ones that you don't regularly see in typical beauty boxes, with those being the Gilette Venus Snap Razor and the Yes To Cotton Comforting Facial Wipes. Both are products that I've wanted to try for a while and I really appreciate the fact that they've been included in this particular box. They're also perfect for traveling or for keeping in your handbag, like most beauty box inclusions but these are products I know that I'll actually use, unlike random hair bands or foundation five shades too dark, both of which I've found in other subscription boxes.

The St. Tropez Instant Tan Finishing Gloss, Beverly Hills Formula Perfect White Toothpaste and TIGI Bed Head Hairspray are all the perfect size to pop in your handbag either if you have a party or event right after work or if you need a little refresh on a night out. And when you get home, the Soaper Duper Vanilla Shea Body Wash is a great new discovery, especially as my current body wash had just run out. The Glamglow mask is a such a great brand to receive in a beauty box, particularly when the larger sizes can be pretty pricey. This is a great way to try one of their products out without having to part with that much money at all and it also leaves you looking like the Tin Man with a silvery metallic face after applying, which is such a fun touch. Then we have the Erborian Pink Perfect Creme, which is a nice primer to have to hand, especially when on the move due to it's dinky size and it also leads us on nicely to what else this box has to offer.

latest in beauty cosmopolitan review

I am obsessed with the shade of this Nails Inc nail polish! It's the perfect rose gold/coppery shade and applies like a dream. I'm also a big fan of Sleek and the fact that two of their products made it into this box just feels so right. The shades of both the i-Divine palette and Matte Me lip cream are perfect for the party season and are great portable sizes too. As are the Glitterlution glitter pots. I mean, nothing says Christmas and party season quite like glitter, in my opinion. You might also be able to tell that one of mine chose to share it's glitter with the rest of the box, which certainly seemed apt when it came to the theme. Hehe. And the Eylure Volume No.100 lashes are tried and tested favourites of mine.

The Look Good Feel Better Sculpting Sponge is great for getting precise with your makeup application. I particularly like using it for concealer in the under eye area and whilst I'm there, the it Cosmetics Brow Powder Pencil is another great find. It's also made me want to try more from it Cosmetics even more.

There's also a Beauty Pie 24 Hour Pass card, which I couldn't photograph as I got a little too excited and tore open the little card which then revealed my code, which I couldn't think of a way to cleverly conceal for these photos. It is, however, such an interesting concept for a beauty box as it allows you to buy makeup at trade price, something again, that I've been keen to try out. And you can choose exactly which shades you'd like to receive etc. aka. another big bonus.

Overall, I am so happy with this box! It really does include everything that you'd need to take you from desk to party this festive season.

What do you think of this beauty box? Have you tried any of the products that feature in it? If so, what do you think of them? And do you prefer stand alone or subscription beauty boxes?

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Friday, 10 November 2017

The 2017 Marks & Spencer Beauty Advent Calendar - On Sale Now!


m&s beauty advent calendar 2017

Every year more and more brands and stores release their own advent calendars and I have to say, I'm not complaining. Whether it be ones filled with bottles of alcohol (check out Aldi's one filled with wine or this Prosecco advent calendar!), candles (enter Yankee Candle) or even CHEESE!! (get this one from Asda), the ones which still excite me the most have got to be the beauty related ones and who can blame me when you see what's on offer this year. There truly is one for every budget and taste but for me, the best when it comes to value for money and the products that it contains has to be Marks & Spencer's offering.

marks and spencer advent calendar

With a value of £250, packed full of some of the biggest and best beauty products and brands on the market, all of which you'll find in the brilliant M&S beauty hall, this beauty advent calendar will only set you back £35! The only stipulation is that you have to spend £35 on clothing and/or home.

If this looks like the advent calendar for you or a loved one, be sure to add it to your basket as soon as you can, as this sold out online in a matter or hours the past couple of years.

Now let's get onto the advent calendar itself. Exactly what will you find in it this year?

marks and spencer advent calendar 2017

The 2017 Marks & Spencer Beauty Advent Calendar contains:

  • Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm (15ml)
  • Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick in Perla (1.5ml) 
  • Percy & Reed Reassuringly Firm Session Hold Spray (50ml)
  • Alpha H Liquid Gold Rose (50ml)
  • Korres Wild Rose Advanced Repair Corrective Sleeping Facial (16ml)
  • Pixi by Petra Lip Lift Max Sheen in Honey (1g)
  • Ultrasun SPF 30 Ultralip Sun Protection Lip Balm (Full size/15ml)
  • Marks & Spencer Formula Absolute Ultimate Sleep Cream (15ml)
  • Percy & Reed Reassuringly Firm Session Hold Spray (50ml)
  • Diego Dalla Palma Ciglione Lash Booster Mascara (Full size/10ml)
  • Shay & Blue Blood Oranges Natural Spray Fragrance (10ml)
  • REN Keep Young And Beautiful Instant Firming Beauty Shot (10ml)
  • Ameliorate Skin Transforming Body Lotion (50ml)
  • Eyeko Black Magic Drama & Curl Mascara (4ml)
  • Nails Inc Gel One Coat Nail Polish in Molten Star (Full size/12ml)
  • Nuxe Prodigieux Huilde De Douche Precious Scented Shower Oil (30ml)
  • Gatineau Melatogenine AOX Advanced Rejuvenating Cream (15ml)
  • Rosie for Autograph Amazing Radiance Body Glow (50ml)
  • Rodial Dragon’s Blood Sculpting Gel (15ml)
  • Balance Me Rose Otto Face Oil (10ml)
  • Marks & Spencer Formula Innovate Radiance Reveal Peel (15ml)
  • Leighton Denny Nail Polish in Star Dust (Full size/12ml)
  • PUR Illuminate & Glow Correcting Primer (10ml)
  • Marks & Spencer Autograph Hydrating Confidence Boost Primer (15ml)
  • Filorga Meso + Soothing Radiance Mask (15ml) 
  • Marks & Spencer Cosmetic Bag

Such a great mix of brands and products, I think you'll agree. There are some cult classics such as the Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm, the Alpha H Liquid Gold Rose and the Rodial Dragon's Blood Sculpting Gel. There's also a great mix of skincare, makeup, fragrance and haircare; basically everything you could ever wish from in a beauty advent calendar.

m&s advent calendar 2017

I also absolutely love the design of this years calendar. It already makes my fireplace, where I'll be housing mine, look so festive even though we've still got a couple of weeks to go before the Christmas decorations will be up. And I adore the little boxes for each day. You can also easily reuse this advent calendar next year and fill it with treats and chocolates. Win win, I say.



Have you bought a beauty advent calendar before? If so, which one did you go for? What do you think of this particular one? And which product or products would you most like to receive from this one?

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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

5 Places I'd Love To Visit Next


Where to visit in 2018/Next

Ever since returning from my first solo trip back in July, I've been itching to do some more traveling. And whilst I'm already planning a return trip to New York in March of next year, there are still some other places that I'd love to check off my travel bucket list. If anyone has any tips on how to save money on your next holiday, I would love hear them, as at the moment everything from flights to hotel rooms and excursions are just so expensive.

But here are the 5 places that I'd love to visit sooner rather than later;

where to visit in LA/Los Angeles
(Image Credit - LA Weekly)
Los Angeles

I've always wanted to visit LA but after seeing La La Land it really made me want to visit. Much like with New York, there are lots of touristy things that I'd love to check off my list such as visiting the Griffith Observatory, Hollywood Boulevard, Santa Monica Pier and seeing the Hollywood sign in person. When I was growing up, I would watch the likes of 90210 and The Simple Life and dream of one day shopping on Rodeo Drive and living it up like a celebrity in one of the palatial Los Angeles rental homes and I don't think that dream has ever died. Even if I'd mainly be doing a bit of window shopping instead of dropping some serious dollar at the blink of an eye a la Paris Hilton, it would certainly be an experience that I wouldn't forget.

I've also just watched the episodes of Sex and the City, for what must be the hundredth time (I swear, they're on a constant loop with me) and have closely being following Dan Clay's aka. Carrie Dragshaw's picture perfect retelling of those episodes set at The Standard hotel. If you're not already aware of him or following him, you need to give his Instagram a look ASAP, especially if you're a SATC superfan!

I'm now just doing a bit of research to see when the best time to visit is and if maybe doing something like Trek America, with the tour ending in Los Angeles, would make the most sense. But until then you'll find me sat daydreaming of a trip to the Chateau Marmont or Beverly Hills Hotel...

when to see cherry blossom in Japan
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Japan

Much like with LA, where a movie, namely La La Land had me ready to book a trip, Lost In Translation did the exact same for me and Japan. Again, I probably wouldn't be able to afford to spend my trip staying at the Park Hyatt Tokyo and hanging out at the bar hoping to meet a Bill Murray type, like in the movie but something about Japan has always intrigued me. I first saw Lost In Translation when I was about fourteen years old and have been saying since then that I'd one day visit Japan so I think it's about time that I made that dream a reality.

I really would love to visit when the iconic cherry blossom is in full spring and I love the fact that you can experience both the bustling metropolis that is Tokyo and the quiet and traditional surrounding areas. I'm also a huge fan of all things Sanrio, mainly because of Hello Kitty and could easily imagine myself going a little bit Kawaii crazy in all the fantastic stores and markets.

Wimbledon Rafael Nadal
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Wimbledon

I say it every single year but I would absolutely love to go to Wimbledon to see the Wimbledon tennis championships. I kick myself that I didn't make it a reality when my absolute favourite, Rafael Nadal, was really at the top of his game but looking back, I definitely didn't have anywhere near enough money at that time/was still at University so it wasn't really all that possible back then.

To see Rafa play would honestly be incredible. I'm not the biggest fan of sports in general but I have always loved watching tennis and I have a feeling that backing Rafa and cheering him on, is the biggest reason for that. Being able to experience the excitement and atmosphere of seeing it and being there in person would truly be once in a lifetime style stuff for me. Maybe 2018 will be my year!

where to stay in the Maldives
(Image Credit - Baros Maldives)
The Maldives

Anyone who knows me knows that I'm not really a fan of beach holidays or spending lots of time in the sun, mostly because I'm that pale that even after a couple of minutes out in it I can feel myself burning. I also don't know about anyone else but I don't feel relaxed lying doing nothing either. I just end up feeling like I should be doing something else with my time and can't properly switch off.

But the one dream/if I won the lottery holiday destination that I'd love to visit would have to be the Maldives. Something about the white sandy beaches, clear blue water, separate little over-water bungalows and villas and spectacular sunrises/sunsets has me completely sold on the idea, even if it's one of those holidays that I'd be saving for for quite some time. It would also be nice to fully switch off as you don't have places to check off your 'to-see' list, like you do with a city break type holiday. Imagine just unplugging from social media, even if just for a couple of days. Now doesn't that sound dreamy? Until then, I'll just have to live vicariously through other bloggers off on their holidays and their Instagram feeds.

Niagra Falls Canada view see
(Image Credit - Niagra Falls Tourism)
Canada 

Despite having relatives who live in Canada, we've never even considered visiting them. Even though my hands and feet aren't the biggest fan of the cold, thanks to my poor circulation and chronic illness with about sixteen letters, how magical would it be to visit Canada in the Winter months? Everything honestly looks just like a Christmas card.

I've also always wanted to see the Northern Lights and Canada is one of the places with the best views of the Aurora Borealis. The same can be said for the Niagra Falls.

So there are the 5 places at the top of my travel bucket list.

Have you visited any of the places in today's post? If so, what were your favourite things about your trip there? If not, would you also like to go there one day? And what would be your top 5 list of places to visit next?

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Sunday, 5 November 2017

Charlotte Tilbury's Hollywood Collection


Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Collection

As you might have seen if you saw my 'It's Now Autumn' outfit post, last month I was invited along to the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood trailer when it arrived in Glasgow, where I was treated to a Tilbury Transformation.

If there's one beauty brand that continues to impress and surprise me it has to be Charlotte Tilbury. Ever since meeting her in person and falling in love with a number of her products, I've undoubtedly become absolutely besotted with all things CT. So when it was announced that she would be launching a new line of products, the Hollywood collection, you can imagine just how excited I was.

The collection is made up of ten matte contour liquid lipsticks in an array of stunning shades along with some new and innovative contouring products in the form of the Hollywood Beauty Light Wand, the Hollywood Contour Wand and the Hollywood Complexion Brush.

Let's start with the matte contour liquid lipsticks;

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Lips Review

I'd been eagerly anticipating and awaiting Charlotte bringing out some liquid lipsticks, especially when you consider how prevalent and popular liquid lipsticks have become in recent years and boy was it worth the wait. I've tried my fair share of liquid lipsticks in the past with some real successes such as NYX's Soft Matte Lip Creams and quite a few that have dried my lips out or applied in a patchy fashion. There are zero negatives when it comes to these though. They're so lightweight on the lips yet incredibly pigmented but you can also go for more of a natural look by applying a single swipe. They also feature ingredients such as beeswax, to keep the lips moisturised and anti-ageing ingredients such collagen and sea lavender to help smooth the lips.



I absolutely love this shade, Dolly Bird and I've already got my eye on Showgirl, which looks like the perfect shade for Autumn/Winter.

Now let's talk contour;

I'm not going to lie, I've always struggled with contouring products. They're either far too dark for me and my fair complexion or when they are light enough, they're kind of chalky and just make my face look dirty. So it's safe to say that I haven't mastered contouring nor have I found products that cater well to me and my skintone. That, however, has all changed ever since these made their way into my life and makeup bag.

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Wand Review

Firstly, can we talk fuss-free application because that's exactly what you get with these wands. You don't have to worry about dealing with powder or one of those big chubby crayons, something I've struggled with in the past. The Contour Wand, in the shade light to medium, isn't too dark for me but it still gives me that definition that I've been striving to achieve for so long. That's something I always appreciate about Charlotte's line is the fact that she caters for a whole range of skin colours and tones so well. Whenever I find myself asking, 'will this be light enough for me?' or 'will it work for me and my skintone?', I just ask, would it work for Charlotte herself or one of her most famous celebrity clients, Nicole Kidman. If the answer is yes and it always is, then I'm happy to give it a go too.

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Complexion Brush

The Hollywood Complexion Brush truly is the perfect accompaniment to the two wands as it allows you to buff out the contour on your cheeks and around your jaw and/or hairline with ease, whilst also allowing you to get precise, specifically when it comes to the nose contour for me. Ever since meeting Charlotte and attending her masterclass, I've attempted and failed to do a natural looking nose contour and what I mean by that is to use a contour shade in a semicircle around the tip and along the exterior of the length of the nose, whilst highlighting the tip and length of the nose. And you have no idea how much of a difference it makes, particularly if you've got a bit of prominent nose like I do.

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Swatches

And when it comes to highlighting this is just the prettiest and most universal of shades. Charlotte always talks a lot about looking as if you're 'lit from within' and that's exactly how this highlight looks on. There's also no shimmer or glitter, like you find with many other highlighters and the formula is just so dreamy.



If you are planning on trying both the highlighter and the contour, it makes sense to go for the duo, which is an online exclusive, as it saves you some money.

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood collection review

So there are my thoughts on the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood collection.

Have you tried anything from Charlotte Tilbury before? If so, what is your favourite/holy-grail product? If not, what do you have on your wishlist? And do you have your eye on anything from the Hollywood collection?

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Friday, 3 November 2017

My Go-To 'Look Put Together' Outfit


Glasgow fashion bloggers

As mentioned in my last outfit post, Autumn is easily my favourite season when it comes to buying new fashion and accessories, which is why I've been so keen to share what I've been picking up in the shops recently. Over the past month or so I've been going through my wardrobe and drawers, mainly to switch out my Summer dresses, jumpsuits and strappy tops for Autumn/Winter ware but also with another purpose. I've been making a conscious effort to really only buy pieces that my wardrobe is lacking. For me it's things like basic tops (H&M is where it's at for these BTW!), real blue jeans (which I've yet to find the perfect pair) and dressier tops and that's why the first of my recent purchases happened.

I had been stalking the Topshop website for a number of weeks, waiting for this top to come back into stock, after spotting this polka dot plisse wrap top on a few of my favourite YouTubers and bloggers. I think it was only in stock long enough for me to snap it up before it sold out again. But I'd definitely recommend doing a bit of refreshing if you're waiting for an item to come back into stock as I do usually manage to get the item I'm looking for by doing just that, especially when it's sold out in stores too.

Topshop Baxter Jeans review

This top instantly makes a simple outfit, which is essentially just a pair of black skinny jeans and a top, look as though I've put a lot more thought and effort into it. I also absolutely adore this plisse material, which is why I make sure to buy practically anything that either Topshop or New Look release in it. They also have the dress version of this top which is just as dreamy and also more readily available in-store and online.

I also picked up a new pair of black jeans this month, namely the Topshop Baxter jeans. I love the cropped style and fit of this pair but what I so often don't love about a pair of black jeans is the fact that they fade so quickly and easily. Surely I'm not the only who's had to repurchase black jeans over and over again because they continue to fade to grey each and every time.

How to keep black jeans black

So I was really intrigued when Surf got in touch to ask if I'd like to take part in the #SurfPerfectBlack challenge by trying the latest innovation in their range; Surf Perfect Black liquid. Can you believe that these jeans have been washed five times? You heard me right; five times! Normally there would be some serious signs of fading and they just wouldn't look as black as they were when first bought. I am so impressed!

How to keep black jeans black Surf

And the proof really is there right before your eyes when you take these out of the washing machine. Straight away you can see the difference in this image of my same jeans with the first being the original pair of jeans when first bought, the second being the same pair of jeans having been washed with Surf Perfect Black liquid 20 times and the third being the same pair after being washed 20 times with your average laundry powder. I mean, the difference is clear!

Surf Perfect Black Review

If you're looking to keep your black denim and darker pieces of clothing looking newer for longer, then this is a great product. Straight away, think how much money it will save you on having to repurchase your favourite black jeans after they inevitably start to fade! It also leaves your laundry smelling dreamy with it's beautiful exotic midnight orchid and lily scent. And the great thing is that you can use it on all your dark clothing from denim to basics and even heavier knits and sweaters. It's safe to say, I'm converted and hopefully I won't need to buy another pair of black jeans for at least a season or two. If you want to give Surf Perfect Black a try for yourself, you can purchase it online here and from Tesco, Sainsbury's and Asda.

And speaking of black and darker pieces, my little rose gold backpack has been put back in my wardrobe for now so that I can wear my new Kate Spade New York black cross body bag over the colder months. I managed to pick it up from the Kate Spade New York outlet store when I was in New York and it's just such a great size for day-to-day wear.

Scottish fashion bloggers

You might also notice the coat from my last outfit post and the fact that I just had to treat myself to another pair of the H&M tassel earrings, especially when I saw that they'd released them in burgundy.

Do you have the same problem of your black jeans or denim fading quickly? Have you got a specific pair or brand that you always repurchase? And are you a fan of velvet?

Written in collaboration with Surf

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Wednesday, 1 November 2017

My First Time Cult Beauty Haul


Cult Beauty Haul

As you'll have seen if you read Ellis Tuesday on a regular basis, I don't really shop in one particular store or on certain sites when it comes to my beauty buying but for some reason or another I've never ordered anything from Cult Beauty. You'll also have seen me do some serious beauty hauling in recent months, namely from Unineed, Fragrance Direct and Bath & Body Works, NYX and Sephora, following my trip to the US and those two things are what inspired today's blog post. That and the fact that the team at Cult Beauty were ever so kind to send a box over containing some of the brands and products that they sell on their site.



Unlike other beauty sites, of which I've mentioned above and in previous blog posts, Cult Beauty cherry-pick and sell only the cult products. This means that you'll find brands and products that you won't find anywhere else. Despite blogging about beauty, when it comes to making certain purchases I like to do a lot of research before adding an item to my basket and a lot of the time, even after countless hours spent trawling the net for reviews, first impressions and YouTube videos on said products, I'm still left a little bit disappointed. Either that or I know that there's a better or more appropriate product for me out there and I've ultimately gambled with some of my hard earned cash and I have a feeling that I'm not the only one.

Having said this though, you'll also find some of the biggest and most well renowned brands out there such as Charlotte Tilbury, Anastasia Beverly Hills, Morphe and The Ordinary, as well as other brands which really do live up to their hype, that I hadn't necessarily heard of or seen on the blogosphere, of bloggers that I follow anyway. So let's see what I received in my Cult Beauty order this month;

becca glow on the go set review

First up we have makeup and just look at that stunning rose-toned hue! In addition to knowing that the brands which feature on Cult Beauty are really hall of fame style products, they also do a brand of the month each month, with October's being Bleach London. You get free shipping on that specific brand making it well worth trying them out, especially if you've been meaning to for a while now. I actually only associated the brand Bleach London with fun and colourful hair products so this was a really pleasant discovery. As I say, you find yourself discovering some real hidden gems on Cult Beauty, something that's not as easy to do on other online and in-store beauty retailers.

Not only is the Matte Le Blanc name ingenious (you've got yourself a die hard Friends fan here!) but the colour and pigmentation of it is unreal. If you've been meaning to jump on the lip kit bandwagon but didn't want to shell out an absolute fortune on fees and shipping from the US, for example, then this is the product for you. Their Illuminati is another huge hit for me! I've been on the lookout for an affordable liquid highlighter and just hadn't been able to find one on the High Street. Enter Cult Beauty and I've finally found one and at just £6 it's a real must-buy. Talking of highlighters, I've been dying to treat myself to one of BECCA's cult Shimmering Skin Perfectors for quite some time now. I always make sure to swatch them when in Sephora, in the US or in Space NK, here in the UK but I always ask myself if I will really use and finish a full size of them. So these little travel sizes are perfect! BECCA seem to bring out one of these limited edition Glow On The Go sets every year (I'm still more than a little bit miffed that I missed out on the Moonstone one) and this year's is this gorgeous rose gold and it's just the prettiest shade.

Another brand that I've always wanted to try something from are Jouer and the formula of this has totally sold me on their creme liquid lipsticks. I've already got my eye on the Petale De Rose and Creme Brulee shades, which I may or may not have added to my Christmas list this year. This particular shade, Dulce De Leche, is the perfect cool toned nude.

cult beauty brand of the month

The next four products I actually hadn't heard of before but a quick check of their reviews cement why they've gained cult status. The first two are unlike anything I've ever seen before in regards to their consistency but I was so excited to try both of them out.

I think we've all probably heard about the benefits of charcoal so I was really intrigued to see how this cleansing stick from Caolion and the Odacite masque would utilise charcoal. Firstly the masque actually comes in powder form, something I've never seen or tried before. If you're looking for a multi-tasking mask and want to invest in your at-home skincare, then this is something you need to check out. I've also never tried a cleanser in stick form either but this melts from balm to oil and I've been using it after removing my makeup with the Skin Laundry Gentle Foaming Wash to do a bit of a double cleanse. I've already noticed a difference in particularly congested areas such as around my nose and chin, which I'm certainly putting down to these two products. I also love the feeling of the Skin Laundry Wash as it doesn't feel drying on the skin afterwards, like many other foam style products do.

And last but not least we have a perfume. I don't tend to review perfumes and fragrances all that often on here anymore mainly because I stick with what I know and switch it up between my two favourites; Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream and Viktor & Rolf's Bon Bon but this Kai Rose Perfume Oil is such an elegant and grown up scent, something I was definitely lacking. It's also a great travel size, meaning it will be coming with me on my next trip away.

So there we have it my first Cult Beauty haul and it certainly won't be my last. I've already got my eye on the following products. Is it too early to start planning my Christmas list?



Have you shopped with Cult Beauty before? If so, which brands do you typically buy from them? And have you tried any of the products in today's post?

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