I'm sure you all know about Rosehip oil so I won't blabber on about this one (too much). This has been an absolute hero product for me this month as we are in the middle of winter and I have been experiencing the odd dry patch on my face. I dab this on before bed and voila, in the morning any dryness has been combatted.
Aesop Parsley Seed Cleansing Oil
As you may know, I was in the market for a cleansing oil. I ended up choosing this one and what a good choice that was. No irritation, gets my makeup off and leaves my skin feeling soft and plump. What more could you want from a cleansing oil?
Soleil Tan de Chanel
I've had this for ages but have left it sitting in the depths of my makeup draws, that was until recently. On a night out, I decided I wanted to really contour so whipped this product out and instantly fell back in love. As I am quite pale I do like to use this as a contour base under my foundation so I don't have any stark, orange lines. I then go over with my NARS Laguna Bronzer and I'm good to go.
Beauty Blender-esque sponge
I picked this sponge up at IMATS last year so I'm really not sure of the brand but, I am a fan in general of these types if sponges. Add some water, dab your foundation onto your face and you are left with a flawlessly, blended look that really lasts all day!
John Frieda Frizz-Ease 3 Day Straight
I have frizzy, curly hair that just does not like to behave so this has been an absolute miracle worker for me. I work 5-10 pumps into damp hair and then once my hair has air dryed I pull out the GHD and get to work. Normally, my hair will try and resort back to it's curly ways within a day (if not less) and this product actually does what it says and keeps my hair straight for 3 days. If you have curly hair, you need this. Seriously.
What have your favourites been this month? Have you tried any of the above products? Let me know in the comments below.