I am so bad when it comes to buying hyped up skin care and beauty products and then have them sitting in my cupboards/ drawers for months on end – or sometimes longer – never to see the light of day. I have been trying to get better when it comes to buying new things and have really pulled back but it doesn’t stop the fact that I have so much stuff which hasn’t seen the light of day. Everything on this list I am going to push myself to try out and use because eventually I want to stream line my collection even more.
Charlotte Tilbury Dry Mask
I bought this dry mask earlier this year after all the hype about it. The dry mask works like a normal sheet mask but comes out of the packet dry which was enough to intrigue me, and each mask can be used more than once which made the price tag seem a little more bit more reasonable. This has been sat alongside my other sheet masks and while I have used some I’ve never reached for this one, and considering the price I should be using it within an inch of it’s life.
This Works In Transit Camera Close- Up
I had this one on my wishlist for ages because it boasts being a mask, a moisturizer and a primer all in one and lazy me thought, great, one product which can do what you’d usually use three to do. I toyed with being a full sized bottle until I saw it was in a one off beauty box which worked out much cheaper so I bought it, and then ever since the bottle of the product has just sat in my drawers clogging things up. I really want to try this and love it, but at the same time if I do I can’t justify buying it straight away as I have so many other products to use up first.
Bobbi Brown Foundation Stick
I don’t remember why I bought this to be honest, it might have just been a spur of the moment Selfridge’s purchase but I think I used it once then put it in my collection and it got eaten up with all the other foundations and concealers I own. To be honest it’s pretty unique as I don’t have anything with the coverage of a foundation which is in a creamy stick form like concealer so I’m really hoping that my skin tone hasn’t changed since I bought it and that it lives up to it’s price point.
Niod Photography fluid
Niod is part of the Deceim range which I had no idea of until recently when The Ordinary brand seem to have taken over. This photography fluid was plastered across a few bloggers accounts so I looked into it and decided to buy it to see what it did to my skin and that’s as far as I’ve gotten. It’s a foundation fluid which is designed to reflect radiance onto your skin, specifically through the camera lense. The serum texture contains light refracting prisms, tone and hue correctors which is meant to make your skin looking ah-mazing, and seeing as I never find my skin quite as smooth as I’d like in photos I thought it would be a great addition. Next time I’m going out and know loads of photos will be taken I need to give it a whirl and see if it takes a difference.