Sunday, 14 January 2018

10 Beauty Products on My 2018 Wishlist


I absolutely do not need to do any kind of beauty shopping any time soon. If I was sensible, this would be a post declaring spending less on makeup my new year's resolution. But compiling a list of some of the things I'm most keen to get my hands on in 2018 sounded a lot more fun, so I did that instead.

Some of these products are here because I think they'll fill a gap in my collection, some of them just because. Okay, most of them just because.

Pixi Peel & Polish (£26)
I'm yet to come across an exfoliating product of any kind that I really love, and I'd like 2018 to be the year I find one. I've heard a lot of great things about this Pixi treatment, so who knows, it could be The One. Other recommendations are welcome!

Herbivore Lapis Facial Oil ($72 / £54.84)
Here are my four main skin concerns: oiliness, blemishes, redness and dehydration. This facial oil sounds like it could potentially help with every single one of those things.

Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation (£30)
I was binge-watching some old Karima McKimmie videos on YouTube the other day, and one of those videos was a review of this foundation. She gave it a big thumbs up, as did Sharon Farrell, who popped in for the end of the video - and the two of them have completely different skin types. Colour me intrigued, Make Up For Ever.

Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer (£19)
This has been sitting on my wishlist for far too long. I don't know why I haven't bought it already.

Make Up For Ever Pro Bronze Fusion (£28.50)
One of my favourite recent purchases has been the MUFE Pro Light Fusion highlighter, so now of course I have to try its bronzing equivalent.

Charlotte Tilbury Cheek to Chic Blusher in 'First Love' (£30)
I'm obsessed with nude blushes, and most of the ones I already have are matte, so I can totally justify splurging on this shimmery one, right?

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in 'Trooper' (£16)
Apparently eyeliner pens with brush tips rather than felt tips are the bee's knees, and the Tattoo Liner in particular has been the subject of enough rave reviews to make me want it.

Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette (£39)
I don't know how I've spent so long resisting a beautiful-looking neutral palette that smells like chocolate, but that resistance is wearing thin.

Too Faced Natural Eyes Palette (£32)
Okay, I obviously don't need the Chocolate Bar Palette and this one... But I want them both anyway. My makeup collection has long since expanded beyond the point of need. If you've tried both palettes, let me know which is your fave!

Glossier Generation G Lipstick in 'Cake' (£14)
I have a hell of a lot of bold lipsticks, but not so many natural, everyday options. And we all know Glossier is THEE brand for natural, everyday everything.

Have you tried any of these products? If so, let me know which are worth picking up!
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