My Top 10 Cult Beauty Products of the Year

I'm sure most of you would have heard of Cult Beauty. It's basically an online shop that sell the most sort after beauty products, from makeup to haircare. They have all your beauty needs covered! They are doing an exciting Instagram giveaway where everyday one person will win a £100 Cult Beauty Gift card!!! All you have to do is post of photo of your favourite Cult Beauty product of the year and use the hashtag #CultProductOfTheYear to be in with a chance of winning! So today I thought I'd share with you my top 10 favourite Cult Beauty Products of 2017.


Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Bum Bum Cream | £28- £44 | REVIEW

This is one pricey cream! But I think it's so worth it. It has a potent blend of Cupuacu Butter, Coconut and Acai oil which are well known for their toning and firming abilities. The cream itself smells devine, I'm rubbish at describing scents but this smells amazing! It has a rich consistency that melts into the skin with ease. soothing any dry areas. The scent actually lasts a long time on the skin too. I'm actually on my 3rd pot of this. I'm not sure if this actually does firm or helps cellulite but it leaves my skin so soft and smooth! I really can't recommend it enough.


Pixi Glow Tonic | £18 | REVIEW

I couldn't do a Cult Beauty Favourites post and not include the famous Glow Tonic. This stuff has well and truly earned its cult status! Don't be fooled into thinking this is just an over priced toner because it's really so much more. It contains Gylcolic acid which gentle lifts away dead cells to reveal, brighter more refined skin. The concentration of the acid is quite low so this can be used everyday. It also contains Witch Hazel which is soothing, and Horse Chestnut which simulates blood flow. I've been using this for years and my skin looks so much brighter than it did before. Definitely one to add to your basket.


Huda Beauty Warm Toned Obsessions Palette | £25 | REVIEW

This is a relatively new discovery but I want to mention it because I'm blown away by the formula. All the shades are incredibly soft, easy to blend and so pigmented. Not to mention the shade range! Regular readers will know how much I love warm tones, and you don't get more warm toned than this palette! It's like Huda made it for me. I also think this is an affordable way of trying her shadows because her larger palettes are quite pricy. The palette is small but the pans are actually quite large. Overall, I'm obsessed!


OUAI Memory Mist* | £25 | REVIEW

Jen Adkin, hair stylist to the stars, is really changing the hair game for the better. This memory mist is a game changer! It's a supercharged spray that contains Polomers that remember and hold your hair style. Unlike a hair spray this is to be used on damp hair before heat styling. It's completely weightless on the hair. I was a little sceptical of this because my super thick curly hair is very difficult to style but this actually works! Normally if I straighten hair in the morning it is kinky and not as smooth as I'd like but with this it stays dead straight! I have a full review of this here.


Becca Backlight Priming Filter | £32 | REVIEW

I don't talk about this primer that much but if you're an OG here you'll know how much I love this primer. It's a brightening and glow enhancing primer. It gives the skin a gorgeous healthy glow. That can be seen through most foundations but this isn't over the top or glittery. It smooths over any dry patches and makeup applies beautifully over the top. It works with all foundations - matte, dewy and satin. It still has a proud spot in my makeup collection.


Pixi Nourishing Sleep Mask | £18 | REVIEW

In 5th place is the Pixi Nourishing Sleep Mask. Again, another product I've spoken loads about! This is a super rich, intense moisturiser that is applied at night. In the morning my skin is so much more plump, soft and smooth. It really helps my dehydrated skin to look a whole lot better. This isn't thick or suffocating on the skin, despite it having quite a thick texture. This has literally saved my skin from the winter.


OUAI Hair Oil* | £24 | REVIEW

Another entry from Ouai is this hair oil. I'm actually on my second bottle because this stuff is amazing! Especially if you have dry frizzy hair like me. It has a very light feel but it's still super nourishing. It can be used on wet or dry hair. I personally use it both ways. On wet hair it shields in the much needed moisture and smooths over any split ends. On dry hair it adds shine and tames fly aways and just gives the hair a polished look.


Iconic Illuminating Drops* | £33 | REVIEW

These are by far one of my favourite products ever that is stocked on Cult Beauty. These are glow drops that can be used alone for an intense highlighter, mixed with foundation or as a primer for a dewy finish. I have them in the shade Original, which is a very universal, classic Champagne colour. I love this used alone as a highlighter. You only need a few drops for a super dewy finish. But these somehow look so natural. They don't move foundation or look glittery. They're just amazing, everybody needs them.


Touch In Sol No Poreblem Primer | £15 | REVIEW

In second place is my greatly loved Touch In Sol Primer. this primer is brilliant! It's a pore blurring primer that does have a silicone texture but this isn't drying at all! I actually find this somewhat hydrating. A thin layer leaves my skin velvety smooth and makeup glides effortlessly over the top. I found this extends my makeup wear time too. I don't really have large pores but I do find this stops my makeup from sinking into my fine lines. It works with all my favourite foundations and at £15, this is definitely a Cult Beauty find to check out.


Charlotte Tilbury Air Brush Powder | £33 | REVIEW

So first place goes to my greatly loved Charlotte Tilbury Air Brush Powder. This was such a tough choice between this and the Touch in Sol Primer. But I went with the powder because having dehydrated skin means I really struggle to find powders, especially mattifying ones and this one does everything I want. It blurs, sets makeup and never looks like powder. It is so finely milled and is undetectable on the skin, no matter how much I apply. This is a pricy powder but so worth it! I've actually had this the best part of a year, maybe even a year and it's still going strong and I use it everyday so cost per use, it's actually pretty cost effective.

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