Recently I have noticed that I'm not enjoying shopping my stash quite as much as I used to,
you see I don't enjoy restriction so I have decided to adjust the method to suit my needs.
Rather than say I will use these products and only these products each week for the foreseeable future
I will pick neglected items that I will adhere to using at least once per week,
that way I am free to mix and match the products with my beloved favourites
and not feel so restricted and stuck to my choices.
I hope this makes sense and doesn't come across as a ramble haha?


Sleek Sugar Blush Trio 
I am determined to get this to work for me especially the middle shade which is a deep rose gold.
The matte shades do work well with my skin tone so I don't really have any excuses not to use this!

17 Blush in First Kiss
A long while back (last summer I think?) I showed you how this compared to Nars Orgasm?
Well it is very similar but somehow First Kiss is more flattering on than it's expensive counterpart.
If you like golden rose gold shades then pop along to Boots and pick this up, you won't be disappointed.


Mac Silverthorn Eyeshadow
Lord knows how long I have had this because I simply don't,
such a shame I have neglected this as the shade works perfectly with both my eye and skin colouring.
Note to self must do better!

Maybelline On and On bronze Color Tattoo
I will use this more than I will use my Mac Rubenesque paint pot...I promise!
This shade is a perfect base for any neutral eye shade and the lasting power of these little pots 
is simply amazing, great for the recent hot balmy days the UK has been having!


Revlon Matte Lipsticks in Mauve it Over and Strawberry Suede
I have been favouring sheep lipsticks and lip butters recently so I thought it was time to 
bust out some matte shades that have been banished to the back of my beauty drawers.
Both shades are fully pigmented and for a matte formula not at all drying.

Revlon ColourBurst Lip Gloss in Hot Pink
Sunny days call for bright lips don't they?
Well at least in my world they do haha :)
Hot Pink really does live up to it's name and the great thing about Revlon glosses is that
they are well pigmented, reasonably priced and non-sticky!

So have you shopped your stash this week?