March Wishlist

As you're probably already aware, I'm organising an Easter Beauty Box Swap at the moment (if you're not already taking part but might be interested, let me know a.s.a.p please, I may be able to fit you in) and I'm obviously taking part in it myself. Over the last few days I've been searching the likes of Boots and Superdrug online to give me some ideas for beauty bits and pieces I can pop in the box I'm filling for the lovely blogger I've been paired with. 

The trouble with this is, I'm spotting lots of little gems that I really would like myself, so I've decided to compose a wishlist, filled with a selection of those products.



Up first we have the Lush "Golden Egg" Bath Bomb. If you read my Lush Haul: Easter + Mother's Day Products, you'll know that I recently popped into Lush and had a good old nosey at all their new products for this season. Before I went, I had a little look at their website to give me an idea of what I wanted to pick up and "Golden Egg" was a product that caught my eye and was immediately popped on my 'to buy' list. Sadly though, Lush had sold out, so I wasn't able to purchase it, but fingers crossed I may be able to pop it in my basket next time I venture into Lush. Lush call it a "glistening golden bath melt AND bath bomb rolled into one", which just sounds perfect. Plus, it has the "Honey I Washed The Kids" scent, which is my personal favourite of the Lush scents, so you can't get much better.

Next up is the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer. This is a product I once used religiously (my current go-to concealer being Rimmel Wake Me Up) but somehow managed to forget about. I know a fair few bloggers and youtubers swear by it and I do recall it to be pretty fantastic, so I'm keen to get it back into my makeup bag.

The third product on my March wishlist is the MUA "Undress Me Too" Eyeshadow Palette. I seem to be the only beauty blogger yet to try an MUA palette. Over the last few months I've been far too in love with my Sleek "Oh So Special" Palette to even consider betraying it and trying out a new palette. But now we're getting into the Spring months, I'd like to switch around my makeup collection a little bit and try out a few new products, and this palette is first on the list. It's full of neutral shades, which is perfect for me because I've always been a neutral eye, bold lip kind of girl, rather than going for a bold eye. And at only £4, how can a girl say no?

Fourth we have the Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter in the shade "Peach Parfait". I've heard so many bloggers and youtubers rave about this product over the past two or so years and I just can't resist the temptation to treat myself to one, any longer. They supposedly sit somewhere on the lip-product spectrum between tinted lipbalm and lipstick, which just sounds fab. They're also apparently really hydrating and feel really light on your lips, which is perfect because who can deal with heavy-feeling lipstick that just dries out your lips? If any of you lovely bloggers have this product, let me know what you think, and which shades you reccomend.

Finally, it's the turn of the Lush "Let The Good Times Roll" Cleanser. Or as I call it, the 'popcorn cleanser'. The lovely people at Lush gave me a sample of this beauty back in September, when I switched up my skincare routine, and I fell in love. For some reason or another though, I never purchased a full sized pot. It contains Maize Flower and Polenta, which "gently exfoliates the skin" and cinnamon powder, which "simulates and leaves you feeling fresh and revived, with beautifully soft skin". And it smells like popcorn... need I say more?

If you've tried any of these products, let me know what you thought!

What's on your wishlist at the moment?



12 comments:

  1. I love the lasting perfection concealer! That lip butter looks lovely too. I just nominated you for a Liebster Award, you can see all the details etc on my blog. Thank you :) xx

    Abby | http://teenagelovesxo.blogspot.co.uk/

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you so much, I'll have a look x

      Delete
  2. I've tried the Lush Golden Egg bath bomb, it's so fun! It fills your tub with glitter and positively whizzes around the place! I am also a fan of the Revlon Lip Butters, they moisturise you lips perfectly and are really nicely pigmented, you should definitely treat yourself to one :)
    www.kathjam.blogspot.com
    KJ xo

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Ooh Golden Egg sounds so exciting, I can't wait to try it out! You've also definitely persuaded me to treat myself to a lip butter very very soon x

      Delete
  3. That lush egg looks so exciting! Possibly impractical but i Love that its gold and glittery

    www.BarelyThereBeauty.com | UK Beauty Blog

    xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It does sound like it's going to cause a fair bit of mess but I think it'll be worth it! x

      Delete
  4. Those are some great stuffs and oh, love your blog! :)
    -Ru
    Glitter And Blush
    [If you would like to show support by following each other, let me know? :)]

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I'll have a read of your blog x

      Delete
  5. Love all your picks dear! So fab! YSL vernis à lèvres #33 is actually on the top of my wishlist at present, hope I'll get it very soon :) How about following each other via GFC/Bloglovin'/Instagram/FB page? I would love to :) just let me know on my blog and I'll make sure to follow back asap! Have a nice day babe xx
    Isotta
    Red Velvet | Bloglovin' | Instagram | Facebook Page

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I'll have a read of your blog x

      Delete
  6. I love your blog :) would you like to follow each other?
    If so follow me and let me no on my blog so I can follow you back :)

    www.shaunasharp.com

    ReplyDelete
  7. Let me save you the trouble - The MUA palette isn't all that great, however I'm told the other undressed palette is meant to be much better. This one was a a major disappointment for me though, some of the colours (especially matte) are barely pigmented at all :)

    - www.everyythinginbetween.blogspot.co.uk

    ReplyDelete

TEMPLATE DESIGNED BY PRETTYWILDTHINGS