Royal and Langnickel Brushes
Freedom Highlighter in Ambient
We Built This City Carnaby Street London
Can you believe we're on the verge of September, and here I am posting a haul from way back in June. June actually feels like such a distant memory, yet feels like it was only yesterday I was in London with Tor. I've already posted a photo diary of what we got up to here, however I thought that as I'd managed to reign my spending in, I'd share with you what I'd bought. First up is the lamest IMATS haul ever - an entire three items. LA Girl Pro Concealer in Porcelain (£5) was supposed to be getting ordered from eBay as they're much cheaper, however as Tor was buying something I asked her to grab me this. This matches my natural skin tone ideally for normal concealer, but also works for a highlight when I'm tanned. Next up is two brushes from my favourite brush brand Royal & Langnickel - their Crease Brush (£5) and their Revolution Brush in BX-05 (£10). If you have never tried anything from these - you need too - amazing quality at amazing prices. If you want to see my top brush picks from there let me know.

Onto random bits and bobs - I've finally managed to get my hands on Freedom Pro-Highlight in Ambient (£3) from Superdrug in Westfields. However since then, Durham's Superdrug now stocks it. This has been my go to highlighter for work - subtle but still packs a punch. You'll have already seen my review of Charlotte Tilbury Legendary Lashes Mascara (£25), just don't waste your money (review here). A trip to London wouldn't be complete without a trip to & Other Stories, and I had to pick up their Fig Fiction Hand Soap and also Bonbon Tree Hand Soap (£4 each). I haven't opened these yet, however they smell lush and I've got high hopes for these.

Finally, the only store I really wanted to go too was We Built This City (so tempted to add on rock and roll when I see that) on Carnaby Street to buy some prints for my house. Honestly they need to get an online shop sorted out, as there were so many prints I wanted to buy. In the end I opted for this tea print for £25 and then the fish and chips card for £4. Both of which will be getting framed soon - the tea print I'm thinking will no doubt end up on the dining room wall, and then the fish and chips will end up going on my random print wall in my downstairs toilet (as you do). If you're in Carnaby Street you need to go here. I'm giving you the heads up I've got quite a few haul posts in drafts which will be coming over the next month.