beauty products i have my eye on for spring.

I’ve become a bit of a beauty fan this year, choosing instead to spend my money on beauty products as opposed to falling into ASOS head first. Don’t get me wrong, I would still quite happily fall into ASOS but in an attempt to be savvier with money I’m trying not to spend my money on clothes that I’ll never wear, I’ve been looking to check out some body care shops for wonder products.

Spring is one of my favourite times of year. I adore the summer months so spring is the perfect warm up and I’m heading to Ibiza at the beginning of April which is the perfect excuse to stock up on some bits and try out some new ones.

I love perusing beauty blogs like Laurzrah and Chloe Alice Lily to find out what’s hot but I I still find buying beauty incredibly overwhelming as there is so much choice out there and unlike with clothes, I’m still not sure what my style is. But this is a round up of what I’m fancying for myself this spring …

Too Faced Born This Way Foundation £29 | My hunt for a foundation I actually like is continuing but if what I hear is right about this one, it might be over. I’ve never owned a Too Faced product but since watching Kaye Ford‘s Instagram Stories about looking for a foundation to help with Roaccutane, I want to try this so badly.

L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Eau de Toilette £46 | I’m on the hunt for a new perfume thanks to all of mine coming to an end at the same time. Cherry Blossom screams spring to me and it is the just the fragrance I need to taking me into spring.

Glossier Cloud Paint in Blush £15 | Another Glossier cult product that I’ve heard people rave about is the cloud paints. Blusher is something I usually gravitate towards as my face is red enough as it is but the creamy texture of the cloud paints are something I want to work with.

The Body Shop Matte Lip Liquid in Cali Gerbera £6 | Body Shop make-up products are some of my favourites and I love their lip liquids. I love the orange tones in this product as it is perfect for spring and summer.

John Frieda Frizz Ease £6.99 | A favourite product of mine that needs replaced is the frizz ease. It is a life saver for curly/frizzy hair when wet. Mine ran out a little while back and my preferred type of the serum is the finishing serum as it feels less heavy and greasy.

L’Occitane Repairing Hair Mask £26 | My hair has not been looking its best recently. It’s a weird combination of hair dye and heat damage and I’m trying to give it a bit of a break at the moment by not dying it again. This hair mask from L’Occitane could really give me the boost it needs.

Anatomicals Mud Mask £1.50 | I love a mud mask as much as the next person and this one from Anatomicals has been on my radar for a while. It is very inexpensive, has cute packaging and has a funky name – what is not to like?

Glossier LidStar Duo in ‘Cub’ & ‘Moon’ £25 | These just arrived on the market and I am desperate to give them a whirl. Glossier is one of the few brands that I did jump on the bandwagon for and I can’t imagine life before Boy Brow. A few people I follow have begun using them and I am desperate to get some for myself. I find eyeshadow quite a difficult thing to do so I’m al about products that will make that easier. These seem to be so pigmented and true to colour as well.

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner £16 | I have had a Kat Von D tattoo liner (which I picked up in Sephora in Barcelona) for such a long time and I am in desperate need of replacing it. It is one of the best eye liners I’ve ever come across and I adore the pigmentation of it. The pen makes it super easy to apply and it is really long-lasting.

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