Another month has been and gone, feels like it’s flown over, yet feel like its dragged. Now that I’ve got my freedom back after uni I’ve been trying to focus on using what products I’ve currently got. However as you’ll see three favourites this month were bought in a recent haul (post here).

Nothing has really changed in my skin care routine this month apart from the introduction of Crystal Clear's 10 Minute Glow which really brightens up my skin. However the main highlight (so to speak) with this is the fact that you literally sit and peel it off - best face mask ever. I've got a review of this coming up soon. Now I have to be honest and I took these photos the Thursday before IMATS and Clinique's High Impact Mascara was my go to mascara over the last month, however a cheeky mascara purchase in London (NYC Big Bold Curl Mascara) has over taken this. I don't know what has happened with this in London, yet this mascara really wasn't working for me (in all fairness no make up was working). Normally though the mascara has really been giving length and volume to my lashes which I have been loving.

On my lips and nails this month has been Maybelline's Baby Lips and Essie's Maximillian Strasse-Her - I'm not going to rave on about these that much, however you can find in depth reviews here and here. Perfume wise I've been reaching for an old favourite - Viktor and Rolf Flowerbomb, the perfume I used to always wear for nights out. I don't know why I stopped wearing this however it's won a place back in my heart. I've had Smashbox Brow Tech To Go in Brunette since March and even though this is my go to brow product ever since, over the last month I've finally got the hang of how to use it properly. Normally I'll lightly pencil my brows in during the day and then go over it with the in built gel. I'll be honest I only clicked on to the gel not that long ago however its perfect for on the go.

Last but by no means least is Revlon's Photoready Cream Blush in Pinched, a more peacher version of my all time favourite Topshop's Head Over Heels blush. Normally I'll just apply this with my fingers, and as soon as it hits the skin it becomes powdery which I love. I find that this works best on untanned skin, however that's my personal preference. I am tempted to try another one of these from the range, however as a little goes a very long way I doubt I'll be getting through this at a rapid pace.