As I'm trying to save as much money as possible ready for the house move, I've swapped nights out for nights in. Normally on a Saturday I'll go and see Steph and we'll sit and watch random YouTube videos on the tv and put the world to rights over a 1001 cups of tea. I don't think we're the only ones as 35% of women prefer a pamper party to a night out according to a survey. Personally Sunday nights are my night where I do nothing but chill, and I thought I would share with you my favourite pampering products.

First up and most importantly is what to watch and believe it or not I'd happily pick a comedy DVD over a film and normally that would be a Ross Noble DVD. Seriously if you haven't seen Ross Noble please go and YouTube him talking about the Lush Bath Bombs. Snack wise anything junk food related really and I'm happy. You can't have a pamper night wearing your daytime clothes - you have to wear pjs. At the moment I'm loving these unicorn bottoms from Primark teamed with an oversized jumper (not forgetting my Harry Potter slipper socks) which comes in handy considering its FREEZING.

Onto the most important bit - the beauty products. These are a selection of my current favourites its all about the face mask (I'm trying to use up this Body Shop Honey and Oat 3-in-1 scrub at the moment), a good cleanser then a serum. As I feel like my skin has suffered from a week in the sun I'm using this Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair serum which is very costly and I only use this as and when needed. I managed to get this 100ml bottle from duty free for £70 however this has lasted me ages and I would definitely recommend picking up. I then layer over the top some eye cream and night cream to really give my skin a good dose of TLC. What creams I use purely depends on what I have on the go at that moment in time and currently I'm trying to use up the last of Benefit's It's Potent and No7 Beautiful Skin Night Cream (I'll be repurchasing full sizes of them both).

Once your face is sorted and if you're watching Ross Noble you need to prevent laughter lines (don't say I didn't warn you) so skin prep is essential, I then move onto nails. At the moment I'm currently on the second round of the Renunail programme, I just need to paint my nails and I'm good to go. Normally I have a candle or two on the go and I've just discovered these large glasses from Tesco for £2.50 and this vanilla one is to die for. I'm going to be stocking up on these ready for the big move. So that in a nutshell is my key ingredients so to speak for my perfect night in. If you've done any similar posts let me know in the comments below.

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