Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish
It seems I may have finally been converted to a cult classic cleanser that I previously didn't like at all. My skin has changed dramatically over the last couple of months, it's even more dry than usual and it's been reacting badly to a lot of products. I've been trying to keep things really simple and I decided to pick out one cleanser to stick with for at least two weeks. Has this been a miracle worker? No, but it has been gentle and it hasn't made things any worse. For now that's more than good enough for me!
NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturiser
Before I purchased this I read a lot of reviews. And I mean a lot! Mainly because I wasn't sure which colour would match me the best (I went with Terre Neuve and it's great) but also because this stuff is expensive! Is it a product that blew my mind with how amazing it is? No, but it's nice and there's 50ml in the tube so the price does kind of balance out. It gives more coverage than I was expecting it to and it blends in nicely without me having to do much work. With my skin being incredibly fussy at the moment, the less I have to touch my face the better - so this has been a staple in my daily routine.
Sleek Pout Polish in Bare Minimum
I mention this far too often, but for good reason - it's an all time favourite lip product. It would be absolutely perfect if it weren't in a pot, but sometimes we can't have it all. It gives a hint of nude peach to my lips whilst keeping them hydrated and feeling smooth.
Lord & Berry Lipstick Pencil in Kiss
This came in my Glossybox this month and although the colour intimidated me a little at first, it looks so pretty when used to give a hint of colour. It also looks equally as pretty when left matte, or with a little clear balm on top for a bit more shine. It's versatile and I like that.
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What was your favourite beauty product in April?