November Beauty Favourites

Even though we are more than half way through December, I thought I would share my November Beauty Favourites with all of you! Better late than never, right?

November Beauty Favourites

First up, the *Dermalogica Phyto Replenish Oil is the lightest most nourishing oil I have ever tried. It is perfect to use during the day underneath your sunscreen and makeup, and just as perfect at night to give your face an overnight treat. It is non-greasy and absorbs almost immediately. I like to press it into my face and give my face a bit of a massage while I am at it.

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essence The Little X-Mas Factory 2in1 Core Concealer surprisingly suits my skin tone. There is a clear center which blurs imperfections and helps to hydrate the area, similiar to Benefit Fake Up. I am loving this under my eyes, it doesn’t crease much, and helps cover dark circles quite well.

Catrice Lip Colour and Care Balm from the Alluring Reds Collection is a great lip balm and primer for matte lipsticks.

*essence Satin Touch Blush in Satin Coral is one of the new essence launches and I didn’t think much of it, until I tried it! It is a stunning blush that gives a healthy flush to the cheeks, and is amazing for every occasion. It has an illuminating finish, but not shimmery at all.

November Beauty Favourites

Unfortunately the Avon CC Pearls were not easy to swatch since they are  mostly translucent with a slight brightening effect. I am loving this to set my under-eye concealer as well as to brush all over my face to brighten and correct.

Lastly, I have this Nars Dupe Brush. This is amazing to apply blush, it applies just the right amount to give a healthy flush. It is soft and not scratchy, and a really great buy!

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And those are my November Beauty Favourites, what are yours?

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. R Fourie

    The Satin Coral blush from Essence looks stunning 🙂

    1. admin

      It is, I really love it!

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