Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Cult Beauty Favourites

Cult Beauty Favourites

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As a self-professed beauty addict sometimes new beauty items mysteriously make their way into my shopping basket on my favourite online beauty stores. This happens more often than not and I've accumulated a rather extensive list of online beauty stores that have become my favourite destination for online shopping. So that brings me on to today's post where I'm starting a new series in which I'll be sharing my favourite brands from the best online beauty stores. Cult Beauty is in the spotlight first as it has recently become my go-to shop for stocking up on my most-loved products...

1) Aesop:
Aesop was a brand that had been on my radar for a long time but it was only a few weeks ago when I finally plunged into the world of Aesop. For my bank balance's sake, I hate to admit that I've fallen in love with this luxury skincare brand. 

I decided to try the Fabulous Face Oil as well as the Primrose Facial Cleansing Masque to start off with and they've both helped the overall condition of my skin. Both products work to decongest skin but also nourish it at the same time. I have combination-dry skin so I often suffer from breakouts and scarring as well as severe dry patches and eczema so finding skincare products to suit all needs proves to be a tricky task, to say the least. It's a struggle to find products that cater for both scenarios so I'm delighted to have unearthed these products.

Aesop skincare review

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2) Becca:
Becca is a brand that's not widely available here in Ireland. The only place it's available to buy in-store is in Space NK on Grafton Street, that I'm aware of, so online websites like Cult Beauty is handy for getting a hold of this highly coveted brand. The only Becca product that I currently own is their Champagne Pop highlighter {review} which I adore! The peachy gold shade is beautiful and the pigmentation is outstanding! I mentioned in my 'beauty brands I want to try more from' post that their Champagne Splits have been on my radar for a while now so I might pick one up this weekend *insert all the excited emojis* 

3) Anastasia Beverley Hills:
The ABH Modern Renaissance palette was the first product I've tried from this brand but the impeccable palette has wowed me so I definitely need to purchase more of their products. The palette contains a vast array of warm neutral shades as well as some vibrant pink and burgundy hues. 

4) Nuxe:
I don't wish to imagine what my lips would look like by the end of Winter if I didn't use the Nuxe Reve De Miel lip balm. It's the only lip balm in my collection that feels as though it deeply penetrates the lips, providing long-lasting nourishment. The honey scent smells scrumptious and a little bit goes a long way so I won't be running out anytime soon. 


5) Charlotte Tilbury:
Charlotte Tilbury has pipped Nars to the post of being my favourite brand recently. I'm smitten with everything about this brand from the luxurious rose gold packaging to the infallible quality of each of the products. 

The Magic Foundation is one of my all-time favourite foundations as the medium-full coverage finish is ideal for my skin and the unique demi-matte finish always makes me look instantly fresh and healthy. I also highly rate the Dolce Vita eyeshadow quad which houses a beautiful selection of eyeshadows to create the ultimate warm brown smokey eye with a pop of gold shimmer. CT lipsticks have become iconic and I adore the one I have which is 'Kidman's Kiss' {review}.


What are your favourite products from Cult Beauty?

Love,
Cliona xx

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