Beauty Wish List #2


Hello!

I'm sort of having a unofficial 'spending ban' at the moment. Basically I'm just trying to cut down on my spending and attempting not to walk out of Boots with a new beauty product every time I go in!

So, this is a mixture of things I've been lusting over for a while and new finds! Some of them I'm hoping to get after my birthday (Only 3 and a bit months to go, haha!) and some of them are probably going to stay on the wishlist for a good while!

Beauty wishlist including MAC, Benefit and Dior
1 - Benefit Erase Paste // 2 - Urban Decay Naked Palette // 3 - Real Techniques Blush Brush // 4 - Dior Hypnotic Poison // 5 - MAC Studio Sculpt // 6 - Benefit Boi-ing
 1. The Benefit Erase Paste is something I've been lusting over for the past few weeks after reading some great reviews on it. I suffer from really bad dark circles and this product seems perfect for hiding them. Retailing at £19.50 it's a product I can't really justify at the moment.

2. I'm a huge fan of the MUA Undressed Palette and use it pretty much everyday. It's cheap and cheerful but after reading reviews I've seen that the Naked Palette colours are much more pigmented and long lasting so I think it's time I got my hands on it. Although it's slightly pricey at £36, reviews has assured me it's worth every penny!

3. As the proud owner of the Real Techniques powder brush, Core Collection and Starter Set I feel this brush is something my collection is missing! I'm a huge fan of all the RT brushes I own and I'm sure the Blush Brush won't disappoint. It's currently retailing at £10.

4. Just the other day I ran out of my beloved Dior Hypnotic Poison. It was a complete surprise as I hadn't actually realised how much I'd used! Apparently a lot more than I thought! Retailing at £49 it's something I'm going to be lusting over for a long while, but it definitely won't be leaving the wish list!

5. I recently purchased my first 'High End' foundation (review can be seen here). Prior to purchasing it I was undecided between what I chose and MAC Studio Sculpt. After still not finding my holygrail foundation MAC Studio Sculpt has been put back on the wishlist (along with a few others, I've developed an unhealthy obsession with needing to try new foundations!). It retails at £24 which is a reasonable price for High End, although is at the top end of MAC Foundations.

6. Another Benefit Concealer. This is marketed by Benefit as an 'Industrial' strength concealer and the reviews I have reader have confirmed this. It seems like it's a must for bad skin days and for a lovely, flawless complexion! It retails at £16.50 which is slighting less expensive than the Erase Paste.

Kelsey xx


18 comments:

  1. Great wish list - if it helps from experience I can tell you that erase paste is well worth the money - it lasts me ages and I need quite a bit of coverage. I personally prefer it to booing as I found it quite drying on the skin. X

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    1. I think I've finally decided on 100% getting Erase Paste!

      Kelsey xx

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  2. I really want to try that Real Techniques brush, too. It just looks so lovely for powder!
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    1. I've got the powder brush and really love it. Super, super soft!

      Kelsey xx

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  3. I have the naked 2 palette and love it, doesn't stop me lusting after the original though! x

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    1. I really love the MUA dupe but it's time for the real deal now!

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  4. Benefit erase paste is incredible, I've also used boi-ing but the erase paste is far better! I also use all of the RT brushes and cannot fault them at all.

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    1. Think it's time to get the Erase Paste!

      Kelsey xx

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  5. I've just got Mac Studio Sculpt, it's lovely and coverage can be built up xx

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    1. I hoping to get it soon!

      Kelsey xx

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  6. I have Naked 2 and I really can't live without it so definitely save up your pennies :)

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    1. So many people say great things about it, it's time I added it to my collection!

      Kelsey xx

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  7. Erase paste is my saviour, great post.
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  8. I used my first Real Techniques Blush Brush so much that I decided to by a second, so to me they're totally worth buying. I have MAC Studio Sculpt foundation too and it's one of my favourites - weird texture at first though!

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    1. RT brushes are amazing!

      Kelsey xx

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  9. I have the Benefit Boi-ing and it's amazing, definitely my fave concealer :) x

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    1. I can't decide between that and Erase Paste!

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