To be completely fair, it was my Birthday last week, and the lovely ladies at work got me some Boots vouchers, so overall I only paid about £10 towards this haul, which I think is pretty darn impressive!
There's a pretty good sale on at Boots too at the moment, so I'd recommend you head there if your after a few bits!
Here what I got
Firstly, I picked up the Soap and Glory Off Your Face Wipes for £3 - (Normally £4.50) I haven't used face wipes in ages, but I am sooo tired at the moment that if I've been out with friends, I just fall into bed without taking my makeup off, so having these to hand is good. I know I'm just enabling my laziness with these, but I will promise not to use them more than once a week!
After reading someone's review, I decided to pick up Soap and Glory's Feel Good Factor Translucent BB cream. I tried it out in the shop, and I thought it would be a good, lighter moisturizer to use now the weather is picking up. I got this for £8 (Normally £12)
Can you tell yet that I've recently fallen in love with Soap and Glory Skincare? My last bit of Soap and Glory was the Puffy Eye Attack Turbo-boost Hydragel. My eyes are soo dark and puffy at the moment, I really need to get a good nights sleep, 'til then, this will do! (£8.33 reduced from £12.50)
I had spent alot of the morning before I went to Boots looking at some old product recommendations, and Vivianna Does Makeup raved about the Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproop Kohl Liners in two particulate colours - nude and taupe. She said the nude is a brilliant, natural alternative to white, as it illuminates and brightens the eyes whilst looking natural, and the taupe is a brilliant colour to enhance the eyes without being too dark. So obviously, I had to have them. So far, so good. I will have a full review soon. I got these for £3.99.
I also picked up the CC Cream version of the foundation I'm loving, the Bourjois 123 Perfect Colour Correcting Cream. I like the idea of wearing less makeup in the summer months, but sometimes, with red blotchy skin, that isn't going to happen. I'm not really a fan of tinted moisturisers, so I thought I'd give this a go! This was £9.99.
My skin has gone abit crazy recently, with the weather changing all the time, it doesn't know what to do. Its dry in places, but super oily in others, especially on my T-Zone, and at the moment my primer just isn't up to the task. I thought id pick up a primer specifically for this reason, so picked up the Rimmel Stay Matte Primer for £5.99. Hopefully this will make a difference.
Lastly I picked up the Collection 2000 Illuminating Touch Concealer after hearing that it was comparable to the YSL Touche Eclat. I'm desperate to hide my peepers. My first impressions of this aren't amazing, but I'll see how it goes. £3.99 (was £4.99)
When I was at the til on this little trip, the cashier told me that I had £10 Boots points to spend. What would you recommend I buy?
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