|Chanel Rouge Noir, Laura Mercier Foundation Powder & Clinqiue Black Honey|
Laura Mercier Foundation Powder - Is by far the best powder foundation I've tried. It covers brilliantly, feels and looks really natural, and holds up well on my oily skin. My current compact is running low at the moment, so I've mainly been using what I have left as a concealer on areas which need extra coverage.
Chanel Nail Colour: Rouge Noir - A classic Chanel shade and one of my favourite, vampy, autumn/winter colours. Swatches here.
Clinique Black Honey Lip Duo - I first tried Black Honey years ago, and wasn't really wowed by the colour. After giving it another go almost ten years later, I have to say, I've completely changed my mind about the shade. The Berry colour looks incredibly natural and the Almost lipstick formula feels light weight and lasts well. Swatches here.
|MAC Satin Taupe & Yogurt and Clinique High Impact mascara|
MAC Satin Taupe & Yougurt - I've been using individual shadow shades more than palettes over the last few weeks and two of the colours I find myself reaching for often are Satin taupe and Yogurt.
Clinique High Impact Mascara - Is the first mascara I've tried from Clinique in quite a while. It does a fantastic job at thickening and lengthening, the brush is great and it leaves my lashes feeling soft and natural. Review & photos here.
|Chanel Monte Carlo & Korres Lip Butters in Quince & Wild Rose|
Chanel Rouge Coco Shine: Monte Carlo - The soft, balmy formula is absolutely lovely and the sheer, juicy, strawberry red colour is gorgeous. A HG lipstick? I think so! Swatches here.
Korres Lip Butters - They feel wonderful, hydrate really well and both shades leave a pretty, sheer colour on lips. These are the nicest balms I've tried in a while, and they're surprisingly pigmented too.
Do you have any September favourites?