2017 May favourites

Every month I talk about how fast the months have flown by and that this year is disappearing amongst us. I feel like this month has dragged. I came back of holiday the beginning of this month but that feels like ages ago! It's been one of those months that the days go fast but the month itself goes on forever. Nevertheless I have found some new favourites that I wanted to share with you. 

So...? Fragrance has never been a brand that I gravitated towards, but after seeing a photo from Maddie Bruce and receiving the watermelon mist in my April Betty Box I decided to give them a go. I saw that these were also available in Body Care for a reduced price I picked them all up. Since then I have gone through an entire pink grapefruit scent which is 100% my favourite out of all of them.

Since having my flamingo tattoo back in March not only have I become even more obsessed but
I've been seeing flamingos everywhere, literally. On the way back from holiday I was browsing
the duty free magazine and caught a flamingo out of my eye, turns out it was a Tangle Teezer
which I was in need of anyone. My boyfriend Liam bought this for me and I have loved using
it this month, not only because it has flamingos on it, or is handbag friendly but also because
 it works wonders for my hair.

If any of you know me then you will know that for the last 3-4 years I have asked for Chanel no5 for all of my birthdays and Christmas's, but unfortunately never got it. Whilst on holiday I found this for a more affordable price than here in England. As it was still expensive this is a special occasion perfume and something that will create amazing memories. 

I am fully aware that it has been nearly 6 months since Christmas but in my beauty advent calendar from Marks and Spencer was a Rosie Huntington-Whiteley lip glossy in the shade; supermodel
. Even though I have a lot of lip products I don't tend to wear any on a daily basis, so when
I received this I didn't think much of it. I decided to try it out one day and was obsessed. I was originally shocked my the colour as it looks quite pink but when applied to the lips it is more
of a sheer glossy nude. Being in a chubby stick makes it easy to apply and carry around with you.

For years and years now, I have heard people rave about the Elizabeth Arden 8 hour cream. I have always wanted to try it but I thought it was expensive for what it was. Again when I was on holiday I saw that there was a deal on for €20 that included a 8 hour cream, 8 hour lip protectant and an 8 hour hand cream. There was no doubt in my mind that I had to get this, so I did. The 8 hour cream can be used for multiple reasons but I especially love using it on my lips.


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