January wasn't as bad as I had anticipated but in a way I am glad it is over,
I'm sure most feel the same - January drags and is generally a light month in terms of finances.
Anyway let me share what rocked my boat in the cosmetic world for the first month of 2012!

Benefit's Watt's Up - My current go to highlighting product, it highlights with such ease 
but never looks obvious or overdone. I really do love and recommend this product.

Revlon Color Burst Lip Gloss in Sunset Peach - Being a huge fan of all cosmetics that are peachy
and coral toned this slots perfectly into my daily make-up bag. I particularly like to slick it over Barry M
Shade 147 to make it less drying!

Barry M Lip Paint Shade 147 - A must have peach toned coral lipstick, widely known as a dupe
for Mac Ever Hip but has a semi-matte finish. This has quickly became a staple in my stash
and i'm not ashamed to admit I own a few duplicates!

Look Beauty Tangerine Cream Lipstick - I truly love this shade, it's peach yet understated and natural.
It is just such a beautiful tone and one I can't wait to rock with a tan!

Maybelline Moisture Extreme Lipstick in Pinky Beige - It seems we all love this shade going by the
comments on the individual post about the lipstick. The formula is amazing, crazy pigmented
and the most moisturising lipstick formula I have ever encountered.

L'oreal Infaillible Eyeshadows (various shades) - I am a complete convert, I simply adore the formula
and lasting power these little pots offer and will continually be on the look out for other shades to add
to my trio of nude shades.

Korres Lip Butter in Mango - I dislike the artificial scent but really enjoy the light tint and glossy finish 
this tinted balm delivers not to mention that it hydrates lips too.

Mac Painterly Paint Pot - If like I you wear a lot of nude and neutral eye shades you need this in your life,
it is the best base shade I have encountered and can be utilized in a multitude of ways including
being a light wash of colour!

Topshop Cream Blushes (various shades) - These little funky compacts of cream blush not only deliver 
great pigmentation but they dry down to a beautiful dewy finish and last the pace of the day, even on oily skin. For £6 these are unbeatable in my opinion.

What have you been favouring this past month?