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Sunday, 15 December 2013

Christmas Wish List

Christmas Wishlist


Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation

This is a much hyped product in the beauty world, due to the long lasting formula and glowing finish. However, there is a slight problem in that you can only buy it in Selfridges, making to difficult to get matched. The day I did decide to purchase it I ended up walking away with the YSL Youth Liberator Serum Foundation, see post here. I love the YSL foundation but I really want a product without SPF so you don't have to fear the dreaded white face caused by flashback on a night out. 

Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil 

I have read so many rave reviews about this product and I am desperate to try it out. It helps repair your skin, whilst increasing firmness and reducing the appearance of lines and scars. An absolute winner in my opinion! 

Lumix GF5

Those of you who read my blog will know that only a few days after starting my blog I lost my camera on a night out. Devastated does not even come close to describing how I felt when I realised half way through the night! I have been making do with my iPhone since but the quality is nowhere near the same and I really miss having a good camera around. I like having one I can easily carry around with me and this one is a compact DSLR so it comes without the hassle of a huge SLR. It is also what The Londoner uses and her photos always look incredible! 

Clarins Eyeshadow Palate 

I really want a new eyeshadow palate and it really is a toss up between this and the Naked 3. I just love the colours available in this product as they are so easy to use in the day as well as at night. 

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder

This is another cult product that I have been hoping to get my hands on. The reason I have held off for so long is I am not sure whether to purchase Diffused Light or Dim Light. Which would you recommend? 


What is on your Christmas wish list?




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