There are some real crackers worth knowing about which I wanted to share.

Originally this post was supposed to be called my “2017 Beauty Favourites” but as we’re almost in March, the title is a bit outdated!  However, my love for these products is still as relevant, and given there are some real crackers worth knowing about, I still wanted to share.

London Labs – Hair Moisturiser:  If you have coloured or dried out hair, this stuff is top notch.  As it says on the “the tin” it’s a moisturiser for your hair.  It’s conditioning, weightless and AMAZING!  I’ve talked about this product extensively before on the blog HERE.  Shop it HERE.

nspa – Radiant Flash Serum: nspa is a brand I’ve raved about endlessly HERE and HERE but this has to be my favourite product of all.  It gives you an amazing luminous glow and for £5 it’s the ultimate bargain.  Shop it HERE.

Le Labo – Santal & The Noir 29: These perfumes are eye-wateringly expensive but quite honestly worth every single penny.  If I could only wear one scent for the rest of my life it would be The Noir 29.  Shop it HERE.

Charlotte Tilbury – Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask: This is one of the few face masks which offers noticeable results instantly.  It is pricey but also reusable and so much nicer to use than the sloppy, slimy versions.  Shop it HERE.

Monotheme – Mimosa: As a fragrance lover I am very picky about the scents I wear.  Monotheme is my absolute favourite affordable perfume line.  There will be a full post about them coming very soon, so watch this space! In the meantime shop it HERE.

Lixir – Universal Emulsion: This is another product I’ve already talked about on the blog HERE.  It’s perfect for those “I can’t be bothered days” as it’s a day mosituriser, night cream and priming serum in all in one.  Shop it HERE.

Sooh Yang – Violette: Expensive candles are something I can usually give or take.  This one from Sooh Yang is one of the few I will happily splash out on.  Violette is my favourite but I also recommend Through the Olive Trees, Laundry and Itaewon565.  Exclusive to Fenwick.

MorrocanOil – Original: This stuff needs no introduction.  It’s the ultimate hair saviour which can take you from rat tails to gorgeous locks in a matter of days.  Shop it HERE.

Cover FX – Custom Enhancer Drops: I was late to party with this product but if you love that dewy, glowy look, as I do, this is perfection!  I use it mixed with foundation or as a highlighter.  Either way it’s fab!  Shop it HERE.

Beauty Blender: I don’t care how many imitations are out there, these will always be the best.  I have the type of skin which foundation always cakes on and a Beauty Blender is the ONLY tool which gives me a flawless finish.  Shop it HERE.

nspa – Hot Cloth Polish: It’s hardly suprising dnspa makes it twice into my all time beauty favourites.  If you like Liz Earle’s Cleanse and Polish, this is just as good for much less money.  Read a full comparsion review between the two HERE and shop it HERE.

Eau Thermale Avene – Micellar Lotion: If I’m totally honest it’s hard to find a bad micellar water but this one just about outdoes all the rest.  The Eau Thermale Avene version picks up the most dirt which is exactly what I need after a long day running around London.  Read my full review on this skincare line HERE and shop it HERE.

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