If we’re gonna get nit-picky here, there first couple of items are strictly pink but hey, it’s my blog. I’m a huge fan of the Colab Dry Shampoos and I honestly believe they are some of the best on the market. The Extreme Volume edition is like backcombing in a bottle with a hold lot of hold. Fun fact: the Tokyo scent smells better than most of my actual perfumes, so good that I can often be found swishing my hair around in order to get a quick whiff. Totally normal behaviour.
I mentioned my latest EOS purchase in my travel essentials post but this has quickly become a daily staple. The coconut milk scent is delicious and it really helps to heal and moisturise my lips without the inconvenience of a dippy pot.
I’m never usually one to get caught up in mascara hype as I find most useless on my short, stick-straight lashes. I’ve read and watched enough of Anna’s content to know she suffers with similar issues and so when she raved about the Fairy Drops Scandal Queen Mascara, I knew it was one to try. Sure enough the strong wax content in the mascara ensures truly curled lashes.
As a long-time lover of the bright, matte lips, you can’t go wrong with the Maybelline Colour Sensational Vivids lipsticks. Fuschia Flash is a proper pop of neon so probably not one to pop on for a trip to Tesco but for as a nice change of pace for the weekend, it’s worth checking out.
My must-have Essie polish is hands down Watermelon. This is possibly my favourite shade ever. It applies like a dream, is opaque in one coat (though I usually go for two) and dries super shiny. The slightly reddy tone means this is no girly pink and I just love it.
Cream blush is a summer essential for me and Revlon’s Flushed is the pinkest there is. It looks pretty terrifying in the pot but can be sheered out to the prettiest flush, perfect for days when skin is a little bit dull and lacklustre.
What are your favourite pink beauty products?