Here you have a list of products I’m currently lusting over. With an upcoming trip to London I’m hoping to get my hands on most of these products. I find it incredible how much bigger the product portfolios of brands are in the UK in comparison to Germany, take Dove or Benefit for example. I’m not sure how enthusiastic my friend will be about me dragging him through the aisles of Boots and Superdrug but I’ve already given him a heads up so we should be fine… hopefully.
Anyway onto the products:
Dove Dry Shampoo (£4.59) This one is on top of my list! While we do have Dove here, they don’t stock the Dry Shampoo. Trying my fair share of dry shampoos I have high hopes for this in terms of smell as I quite like their other scented products.
Benefit Dream Screen (£25) I’ve seen this over on Amelia Liana‘s blog about a hundred times and just love the packaging so much. Justification wise, there’s worse things than craving yet another sun screen that will actually protect the skin.
Soapwalla Deodorant Cream (€14.95)Reading up on the whole aluminum salts in deodorant discussion I am on a hunt to replace my current anti-transpirant. A cream is quite new to me but I’ve read great things and am excited to try this out! (Post coming!)
Soap&Glory Clean On Me (£6)The S&G products are just one of a kind. If not for their working ways then for their adorable packaging. I’m quite lazy when it comes to moisturizing my body after showering but I’ll give this a go.
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer (£4.19)Everybody and their mother raves about the qualities about this concealer so obviously this is a highly coveted one on my list. Thus far nothing compares to my MAC Pro Longwear concealer but we’ll see how this holds up.
Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm (£7.99)I love a good matte lip so these are right up my street. I’m hoping to get my hands on two of the brighter colors: unapologetic and audacious, I think they will look amazing with a tan!
Sanctuary 5 Minute Thermal Detox Mask (£7) Masks are probably the most luxurious part of my skin care routine. Whether applying it in the morning before a shower or at night to treat tired skin. Tanya Burr raves about this so I’m excited to try it out.
Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Texturising Spray (£4.66)Apparently this is a great cheaper dupe to the Oribe Texturising Spray which is just way beyond my budget for a hair product. I usually don’t experiment much with my hair but this looks quite promising in terms of creating a bit more volume.
I’m curious, what are the items you’re currently lusting over?