The first product I’ve been enjoying throughout November would definitely have to be the Jimmy Choo Eau De Parfum. This is a fragrance I actually received back in July for my Birthday. Anyway, the scent has top notes of mandarin orange, pear and green notes. Mid notes of Orchid and base notes of toffee and patchouli. The scent isn’t one that is sickly sweet but it is elegant and has a little sweetness to it. For lasting power, it lasts well on me and can easily be detected from around 3 feet away. Personally, I’d class this as an evening fragrance that you can wear all year round and I think if you like fragrances such as Viktor and Rolf Flowerbomb, Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy and Dolce and Gabbanna The One, then this is definitely a scent to check out. Here, you can ready my full in-depth Jimmy Choo Eau De Parfum review..
Makeup Revolution Lip Cream in Don’t Bring Me Down
As far as lip creams go, I really enjoy them however, this one is slightly different in terms of the formula. It isn’t as drying as the typical lip cream nor does it fully set. However, I just really like it. Sure the formula isn’t the best I’ve tried but I really enjoy the colour. If you want to hear my more in-depth thoughts on this product or you want to be in with a chance of winning your very own, be sure to give my Makeup Revolution Lip Cream in Don’t Bring Me Down Review + Giveaway post a read.
Kiehl’s isn’t a brand I’m too familiar with which might surprise many as it seems almost every blogger loves the brand, however, I am finally getting around to trying them out and I’ve got to say, I can certainly see what all the hype is about. The product that’s been making me want to try more and more from the brand is the Ultra Facial Cream. Now to some this might seem like quite a boring product as it is essentially just a moisturiser but this is quite possibly the best moisturiser I’ve ever tried. The formula is perfection in my eyes. The cream is lightweight and fast absorbing. Seriously, it melts into my skin and feels like silk. It doesn’t feel greasy or sticky at all, instead, it leaves my skin feeling mega smooth and very hydrated. Basically, it ticks all the right boxes for me and I honestly cannot believe I haven’t tried it sooner. Keep your eyes peeled for a more in-depth rave review of this moisturiser in the near future.
Now, this set of brushes was a total bargain. I paid £1.70 for all four brushes and my oh my are they good quality. I find each brush is super soft, easy to work with and very well made. I’ll be honest, at £1.70 I wasn’t really expecting much at I’ve but they’re really quite good. Now some of you may have noticed that these brushes look really quite similar to those that MAC produce and unsurprisingly the brushes in the set are said to be dupes for the 217, 219, 224 and the 239. I’ve not tried any of the MAC brushes however, I can firmly say that these brushes are fabulous for blending and shading. The only downside? They’re made of goat hair which is something I only discovered after purchasing and using them. Anyway, I’ll be doing a more in-depth review of these four brushes in the very near future.
Have you tried any of the above? What did you think of them? Which products made it into your November 2015 favourites?