Wintertime is the time of the year you have to spoil your skin even more than usual. Think hot baths, massages and a lot of glitter nail art. This are the products I use a lot lately.
Bourjois 1 Second
The perfect way to get your nails clean very quickly and with a lovely smell afterwards! Every nailpolish lover should have this at home!
It’s been a while that I’m looking for the perfect top coat that dries quickly but also makes my polish stay for at least a week and is anti-chip! I tried a few and this is truly the best one. (My belgian readers can find it at Beauty Queen in Ghent.)
Le Petit Marseilliais repairing hand cream
I have natural dry hands that never sweat. I consider this as a good thing, although I’d prefer my hands to be a little softer. Few months ago I started using this hand cream and I got really addicted to the smell. All Le Petit Marseilliais products are known for their lovely scents.
Lush Snow Fairy
My alltime favourite shower gell! Lovely scent, it will definitely bring up some childhood memories. Love it! More about it you can read in a previous post here.
Sampar So Much to Dew Midnight Mask
I was kind of new to the midnight masks, but became a fan rather soon! It smells really nice, it’s very easy to apply with the brush. And when you rinse your skin in the morning, you get an instant fresh feeling.
Lush Buche de Noël
How brandy and dried fruits can make your skin winterproof! Ideal to get that party make-up off and clean your skin very good.
Deborah Lippmann ‘Cleopatra in New York’
Love love love this colour! It’s my first Deborah Lippmann, but it definitely won’t be my last. I also bought it at Beauty Queen. The result is the best on a coat of black nail polish and a top coat afterwards.
Lush Midnight Massage
I got addicted to the lush massage bars since I can’t remember. They melt very easily on your skin, what results in a lovely scent over your body. Do. Try. This. At. Home.
What are your beauty favourites of the moment? Do share!
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