01 December 2011

November Favourites

Can't believe it's December 1st already! And that it's Christmas in a little over three weeks! SO excited and can't wait to buy our tree and decorate it.

november favourites It's been all about the eyes this month, I've been using other old favourites but didn't want to include products I've already shown.

Queen Eye Make-up Remover - I'm not going to go into too much detail about this as I have a post coming up on Saturday with more information and a proper review. Let's just say it's in my favourites post for a reason!

MUA eyeshadow trio in Pink Sorbet - When I bought this trio, I wasn't sure how much use I'd get out of it. I'm not really a fan of pink eye shadow but this has actually become one of my favourites this past month. It's all I've worn on the eyes! I mix the medium pink and purple together and it creates a really beautiful colour, it almost turns into a pinky taupe. Perfect for anyone with green eyes or even blue.

Mac Paint in Bare Canvas - I always tend to forget I have this and reach for a paint pot instead. It's a matte flesh toned colour that evens out skin tone and creates the perfect base for eyeshadow. This doesn't crease on my through out the day and my eyeshadows don't budge either.

George Volume Lash Mascara - I wasn't a fan of this when I first tried it so it was left sitting in my drawer not being used. I decided to try it out a couple of weeks later and it had turned into a completely different mascara! It's a bargain at about £3 and makes my lashes really full but defined.

E.L.F Eye Brushes - The flat shadow brush and bamboo contour brush are the only two eye brushes I've been using this month. The flat shadow brush is perfect for applying colour all over the lid and then I use the contour brush to blend out the line and add a bit of the dark purple in the crease.

What products are in your November favourites?




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