This month has been insanely busy! Haven’t had much time this month again for my blog or instagram as work and uni have taken up all my time this month and now coming into December it’s only going to get busier. I have tried out a heap of new products the last month or so and so far impressed with the majority of the products. So here’s my November Favourites 🙂
This is by far the best concealer I’ve found to completely erase my dark circles and brighten my whole eye area! I haven’t put this product down this month and I’m getting close to needing to get a new one soon at this rate. The only negative about this product is the applicator. It’s a sponge that the product is pushed through and just doesn’t seem hygienic to me but it applies really well and the coverage is full on.
Huda Beauty Liquid Matte lipstick in Cheerleader
I haven’t found a bunch of opportunities to wear this gorgeous red shade yet but the formula is one of my favourites. It’s so light weight and easy to apply. It lasts ages on the lips, doesn’t crumple and wears nicely even when eating and drinking. I definitely need to pick up some more shades asap!
Revlon x Chloe Morello Sculpt & Highlight Contour kit in light/medium
I picked this up during the Priceline 40% off Cosmetics sale and this was on top of my list and I’m so incredibly impressed by it. I love that it just has four shades so isn’t overwhelming and the formula is so buttery and blends into the skin so well. The banana shade is slightly too dark for me but if I use it really lightly it’s fine.
MAC Trip the Light Fantastic Powder in Luna Luster
The moment I saw this baby I knew I needed it. The packaging is great and I love the design on the product. But the actual product itself is the nicest highlighter I’ve come across for an everyday glow. Nothing too crazy but you can build it up. It’s one of my favourite products this year and I haven’t put it down this month.
Models Prefer x Samantha Jade Strobe to Glow palette
Another great item from Priceline. Drugstore makeup is seriously picking up its game lately and this highlighting palette is the perfect example. The quality of these are amazing and give you a blinding highlight which is something you usually can’t achieve with a drugstore highlight.
They are so metallic and blend out really well and aren’t chunky or glittery at all. The only negative is there is a tonne of kick up with these powders and the cardboard packaging gets so dirty so quick but for the price you can’t complain.
What were your favourites this month?