I apologise in advance that my choices aren't really all that inspiring and probably quite dull to those that rock a lot of colour but I think by now we all know that I am a creature of neutral habit.
With it apparently being Spring (what a joke) I have been going for lighter coverage products including Dr Jart+ BB Cream combined with Laura Mercier's Radiation Primer for a light but naturally radiant finish. Call me crazy but I am actually considering re-purchasing MAC Face and Body Foundation!

On my eyes along with a quick sweep of mascara once more I have been heavily relying on Chanel's Illusion D'Ombre in Emerveille which is the perfect everyday wash of colour. I know I harp on about the Chanel D'Ombre's all the time but they really have revolutionized my day to day make-up routine.

Quickly grab whatever it is you use to mark down dates and circle the 15th of May as that is when Bourjois launch their truly amazing cream blushes. Trust me when I say you are going to want at least one in your life. For me my go to shade has been 01 Nude Velvet which is a light apricot shade that brightens up my complexion and works wonderfully well with a coral lipstick or two.

Speaking of Bourjois when I haven't been testing out new polishes all I have had on my nails for the last week or so is Bourjois So Lacque Glossy Nail Lacquer in Adora-Bleu, this is the most perfect cornflower blue nail polish ever and I really can't get enough of it.

I feel a little guilty for mentioning MAC's Sound's Like Noise Lipstick which of course was in collaboration with Hayley Williams. Although listed as a bright orange or something to that effect I find if you blot it on it becomes more of a coral shade and as it is matte it has a little more lasting power.

Scent wise all I have been wearing is Chloe's See by Chloe which is a light floral scent with a slightly fruity edge which through the course of wear turns slightly masculine. It shouldn't work but it does and I am utterly hooked.

What have you had on repeat this week?

Random Fact - A group of jellyfish is called a bloom, swarm, or smack.