March Beauty Favourites

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Quite Clinique-heavy, this video, but by total coincidence. It just so happened that the cleansing balm came to my attention at the same time as the utterly superb compact foundation and then I had been testing the new Repairwear eye cream which fit quite well with the recent post that I did on buttery, rich eye creams. You’ll probably see separate, more in-depth reviews on nearly all of the products below so I won’t delve too much at this moment; just grab a cuppa and enjoy the video!

If you’re on email then a) apologies for the weird things happening recently; posts keep missing their schedules and also, keep going to spam. If you would be so kind, have a look in your spam folders and find a post from me and then either mark as “NOT SPAM” or whatever the equivalent process is for your email provider. Some say “whitelist” or something like that… I have no idea what’s going on but I’m looking into it, I promise! And then b), if you’re on email you need to click here to watch the video. Those online just look to the bottom of the page and there you shall find it! Product details and links are below. OH: and that Asda cleanser? A real find!

To see the Rimmel Scandaleyes pencil in action, check out this video:
For the new Clinique foundation, see here:

Clinique Even Better Compact Foundation (I use shade 4):

Clinique Repairwear Eye Cream:

Clinique Take the Day Off Cleansing Balm: – my full review is here

ASDA Nspa Hot Cloth Cleanser: then search by brand, NSPA – this is the “Hot Cloth Polish”, £6 or two for £8

Tisserand De-Stress Bath Oil:

YSL Cream Blush in shade 9:

Rimmel Scandaleyes Shadow Pencil:

Illamasqua Speckled nail polish in “Scarce”: – my full review here

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