I haven't done a favourites post in quite a while and Maddie suggested I did one when I asked what posts you would like to see so here you go!
I have been loving this No7 gentle cleanser. It's for normal to dry skin and it has made my skin look and feel so much better. I picked it up in a sealed gift set from work for £2. I often get dry skin on my forehead and nose and this has got rid of it completely and It has also got rid of most spots I had on my face, so I really recommend this and I am going on a hunt for the larger version this week!
The Daisy perfume has been a favourite of mine ever since I first smelt it. It is very fresh and light so it's perfect for spring and it's also long lasting which even better. I've been using this a lot recently as the weathers been getting warmer and it is a very summery fragrance.
I have also been loving the Rimmel wake me up foundation. I didn't realise how bad my last foundation was until I got this one, I used to hate wearing foundation because I thought they all felt how my last one did (collection 2000 one) It was cakey and dry and it put me off. I then decided to buy this one and now I love it. It makes my skin look dewy and fresh, this is because it has very light shimmer in it which is lovely and not too noticeable.
Before Christmas I bought the core collection set of Real Techniques brushes but these two are the ones I use the most, the buffing brush and the contour brush. They are super soft and make my foundation apply so nicely. They also stay just as soft after they have been washed.
I love this Cath Kidston rose hand cream, it's definitely the bets hand cream I've ever tried. At first I wasn't a big fan of the rose scent but it's growing on me (Unfortunately it reminds me of Turkish delight which I hate) But the smell isn't overpowering and it makes my hands so soft and isn't greasy at all.
My friend bought me the Pixie Dust body lotion from the Disney store for Christmas. It smells lovely and honestly makes your skin so soft, who'd have thought a Disney one would be so good. It is also sparkly so it really is like fairy dust, don't tell me you've never wanted to look like a sparkly fairy.
I picked up this deodorant from Marks and Spencers for £1 and I really like it. I wouldn't say it particularly smells of cocoa butter but it smells nice non the less. But most importantly of all it 'makes ya pits smell nice'! The only problem with it is that the roller ball gets stuck a lot but that's probably just this one.
This shampoo has been a firm favourite the past month, I picked it up on a whim just to try it as it was on offer and I'm definitely going to be using it for lot longer. As the name suggests 'luxurious moisture' it makes my hair so soft and it makes it smell really nice as well. My hair is quite damaged and dry because I'm always dying it so this has really helped improve it's condition.
I only picked up the sheer blonde deep conditioner the other week so it's more of an end of February start of March favourite but here it is anyway. I got this on a 3 for 2 deal in boots when I decided to dye my hair blonde. (long story short it's now dark brown). I used this thoroughly after dying it blonde and it worked wonders making my hair so much softer on the ends, and even though my hair is now brown I still like to use and it works just as well.
Hope you liked the post!