High-end Beauty Discoveries



I'm back to share with you the high-end beauty discoveries I've made throughout August. Let's jump straight in.


Summer Fridays Jet Leg Masks* | £42

This mask has quite a bit of hype around it after it was said to be a favourite of Kim Kardasian! It's a super hydrating mask, made from Green and Vegan products. Is it worth the hype though? 100%! This is a brilliant mask. The directions say to apply a small amount all over the face, including the eye area, and leave it on. You don't need to remove the excess but I like to because I tend to use this in the morning. It's packed with Vitamins, Ceramindes and Anti-oxidants. All of which plump, sooth and nourish the skin. The mask itself has quite a thick consistency, that kind of reminds me of Savlon. But don't let that put you off because the results are brilliant. It really plumps my dehydration lines and helps my skin from feeling tight. It also has a gorgeous glow. I've been using this everyday and my skin looks so good.

Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel* | £32

I love a good cleanser so I was super excited to try this offering from Dermalogica. This is a light gel cleanser that is soap free. I really like this as a morning cleanser because it feels really refreshing on the skin. It leaves my skin feeling clean but stripped. I haven't noticed any dramatic changes in my skin since I've been using this but it hasn't had any negative effects. It says it's subtle enough for all skin types to.

L'Occitance Reset Serum* | £49

I've fallen in love with this serum. My skin has been so dry and tight recently so I've incorporated this into my evening routine. It's a super light serum that absorbs really quickly into the skin but is still super nourishing. It works overnight to help repair the skin, leaving skin looking more youthful, radiated and smooth. It contains Acmella Oleacera extract which is said to be natures botox! It relaxes the muscles and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. While I don't have wrinkles I definitely have dehydration lines and this has really helped smooth them out. Plus this is really hydrating!

Becca Ultimate Coverage Long Wear Concealer | £21

This concealer has some pretty bold claims. It promises to be full coverage, long wearing, water resistant and wears comfortable all day. It's also said to have light filling technology to help smooth the appearance of the skins texture. When I first used this I was a little thrown by the regular sized doe foot applicator, it felt tiny compared to Shape Tape! But that aside this is a pretty decent full coverage. It works well at concealing my dark circles. It has quite a thick consistency that does blend better with a damp sponge rather than a brush. This isn't a concealer for those who like natural coverage but I really like it. It's the only concealer I've found that I can actually bake with. It does wear well, although it did slightly crease on me but that's not uncommon for me. It doesn't cake or crack though or dry it. I really like this.

Mac X Jamie Lipstick | £17.50

As soon as I saw this on Instagram I knew I needed it. I love Jamie and Mac so it was match made in heaven. The shade is a very creamy, pale, Beige nude colour. I love how nude this is. It also has a classic Mac satin finish, Which I find super comfortable and long wearing. It's creamy and has good pigmentation payoff in one swipe. I'm in love!

Magnitone Barefaced Vibra Sonic Cleansing Brush* | £90

Next I have this Magnitone cleansing brush that I've been really enjoying. This clever little brush has vibrating bristles, that are super soft. The vibration loosens dirt and encourages micro exfoliation. I like to use this with the Dermerlogica Cleansing Gel and it leaves my skin so soft and smooth! With continued use I think my skin definitely looks brighter. It also comes with a massage that feels so nice on the skin and helps tone the skin. Overall, I've been loving this.

There's a few high-end discoveries I've made recently.

Have you tried any of these? What are your thoughts?

Until next time...

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