Rambling April Favourites / 2017

I think this is the first time I've said this, this year, but, the year is flying by so quickly. Like seriously, it's going ridiculously quickly. I miss January where it was cold and acceptable to stay in bed all day wrapped in 100 different blankets.
Rambling April Favourites / 2017
MAC Brave Lipstick £16.50
If I want a lipstick which is going to last a long time on my lips, feel comfortable, have good pigmentation whilst matching with nearly every makeup look possible then this is the lipstick I'll always pick. It's such a gorgeous nude with pinky mauve undertones which is wonderful for everyday wear.

Milani Baked Bronzer in Glow-Post £11.00

When I first picked this bronzer up I was a little thrown back by the glitter particles which are in this product as I'm not keen on a full on glittery bronzer. However, when you sweep your brush into the product, tap off the excess and apply it to your face there is hardly any glitter which transfers onto your complexion. It gives off such a beautiful summer kissed glow and I love to put quite a lot of this on to warm up my face.

The Original Beauty Blender Sponge £16.00

Now I don't want to talk in detail too much about this sponge because I am featuring it in a blog post very soon. Regardless of that, if you don't have this sponge you need it in your life, it's mesmerising the way it applies foundation and concealer, not to mention how squidgy it is!

Coconut King Mint Chocolate Body Butter£9.99
This body butter is extremely unique due to the formula and ingredients which are contained within this product. Although it is a thick body butter, you need the littlest bit to cover an area of your body because once you've got some out of the tub as you start to massage it into your skin it transforms into an oily texture. This texture is the combination of peppermint essential oil cocoa butter which gives the body butter its hydration and moisturising properties. Not only is it very beneficial for your skin it smells amazing, just like mint chocolate chip ice cream!

Girl On The Train By Paula Hawkins £7.99

It's all about a girl that catches the train every single day, to the same destination, but she gets distracted when the train stops at the same signal each time which overlooks gardens and houses. She likes to pretend that she knows the owners who live inside this certain house by narrating their life until reality hits her and she finds herself being a part of their lives which she's only dreamt about. Admittedly this book took me a long time to finish but, this doesn't mean that I wasn't captivated and enthralled by the novel itself because it is an incredible book. I'm not normally one to read thriller books however, this book has changed my perspective on them. 

Those are all of the things I have been loving this past month. What have you been loving? Have you tried any of these products?
 Thanks for reading.

Charlotte x
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