Kevyn Aucoin Sculpting Powder Light £35
I've never been able to master the whole contour/ sculpting trend, but my hamster like cheeks could do with a little help. I've heard everyone go on about this powder but of-course, before now, the £35 price mark put me off. When I first saw this I couldn't believe how light and cool toned the powder was, but luckily this really is an amazing sculpted face, in a teeny tiny pan! The powder is the softest pressed face powder I have ever tried, I use a really small amount on a fluffy contouring brush and it's enough to give my cheeks more definition. Packaging wise this also ticks all the boxes, it comes in a lovely velvet pouch and the packaging is so sleek and screams highend - as you would expect for the price!
The Beauty Blender £16
I've probably tried around 5 different sponge applicators for my makeup, and nothing works quite like the Beauty Blender! This is a repurchase so I know that it's a winner in my makeup collection. lthough it is £16 for a sponge, it's something that I use as part of my everyday routine which is my justification! I love using this in dabbing motions to blend my under eye concealer and I also go over my foundation to just ensure there are no streaks or patches. It's a must have for every makeup wearer!
Davines Alchemic Conditioner - Silver Grey £19.20
Kate La Vie mentioned this in a Cult Beauty haul she did before Christmas and it's been in my mind ever since. I have ombre/balayage hair and although my hairdresser does apply an ashy/ cool toned toner my hair just can't help but turn warm and more of a yellow toned blonde! I've used this once and I'm really happy with it, unlike most silver shampoo this doesn't leave my hair feeling stripped of moisture. I think this will be really effective at maintaining a cool toned blonde, but I'll keep you updated!
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