Monday, 15 June 2015

Sephora Top Ten

Sephora Top Ten

I'm a bit behind on the bandwagon with ordering from Sephora but have narrowed down my somewhat enormous wishlist to the top 10 things I'm wishing for.

1. Number one is the Laura Mercier 'Eye Art Artist's Palette' ($55.00/£38.24). When this was released last year, I was obsessed with it but hesitant to make the plunge because I wasn't a big eyeshadow wearer, I missed out. Now, I wear shadows almost daily and have been on a hunt for this beauty to no avail, it is like gold dust in the UK and I have not found it in stock anywhere apart from eBay, but at £90+ and probably not the real thing that wasn't going to happen.. So I am ecstatic to know that as soon as I'm ready to press that 'checkout' button, I'll be able to get my grubby little paws on this baby.

2. Sticking with eyeshadow palettes, number two is the Stila 'Eyes are the Window' Palette ($49.00/£34.07). The first time I saw this was on Zoella's April Favorites video (link) and I instantly knew I needed it for three reasons, a) if it's good enough for Zoe, it's good enough for me, b) have you seen those colors and finally c) rose gold packaging?! Need I say more.

3. In it at number three are Josie Moran's 'Coconut Watercolour Eyeshadow' ($18.00/£12.52). There are a few colors I want but the one that caught my eye the most is Rio De Rose Gold (are you sensing a theme here?) I've read a tonne of reviews about these, which all say they're incredibly pigmented and as beautiful as they look! I've wanted to try Josie Moran for a while, and the idea of an eyeshadow being infused with coconut? This peaked my interest.

4. My eye area is the most problematic of my face, so last month when I was watching Amelia Liana's NYC Haul (link) and she mentioned that she had brought and instantly loved the AmorePacific 'Rejuvenating Eye Treatment' ($85.00/£59.10), I was sold! I went on a hunt to see if I could order it the same day but unfortunately AmorePacific aren't a brand which ship to the UK, so it landed in my Sephora loves! 

5. Number five is another Amelia Liana's skincare favorite,  Boscia 'Makeup Breakup Cleansing Oil' ($28.00/£19.47) sounds like it could become a skincare staple as opposed to the Una Brennan offering which irritates my skin something rotten.

6. The Makeup Eraser ($20.00/£13.91) peaked my interest, a cloth which takes off all your makeup without having to add any product? Now call me pessimist, but I doubt it will work.. however at less than £15.00 the curious cat in me will be the one clicking the 'checkout' button on this one...

7. As a pale girl, the lure of Kat Von D's super pale foundations got me, which means number seven on my top ten Sephora products to try is Kat Von D 'Lock-It Foundation' ($35.00/£24.34). Apparently with enough coverage to conceal a tattoo, I figure this will be the perfect foundation for a night out when I want to look as airbrushed and flawless as a cover girl. 

8. Number eight? It's the only brush on the list, a concealer one at that. The domed beauty that is the Marc Jacobs 'Full Cover Correcting Brush' or 'No 14' ($30.00/£20.86) calls my name every time I see it, I am a full time concealer lover who's yet to find the perfect tool.. I'm hoping this brush could be it?

9. The Cover FX 'Contour Kit' ($48.00/£33.37) has hit everyone and their mother's blog, I'm going to be honest and say the hype has hit me, I'd like to think I'm not one to normally give into it, but Lordy Lordy whenever I see this little palette of cheekbone creating goodness I go weak at the knees and know I need it the way my dad needed his 3D television.

10. Finally, is the ultra blend able contour offering from Tarte. A brand I've always wanted to try, why is why, for me The Sculpter' ($24.00/£16.69) was a no brainier when it came to compiling this list. Although a lot of people say powder contour is a lot easier, I'm incredibly into cream products, so a stick of cream cheek bones and a way of concealing that unsightly double chin really appeals to me. The fact that it comes in three different shades so I don't have to be sporting an ultra dark, muddy looking contour but one which actually suits my ghostly skin was a deal sealer... You'll be coming home with me soon, deary.

What are you eager to purchase from Sephora? Let me know in the comments below!

1 comment:

  1. Love all your pics, the laura mercier eye pallette looks sooo amazing and so does the stila one, I'm a sucker for some good neutrals. Definitely need to save up and make a sephora order, great post! It has inspired me too some damage to my bank account ahaha!