Tuesday, October 1, 2013

My September Favourites



Hi, my fellow beauties!


Oh my goodness, I just can't believe it's October already! October is one of my favourite months because autumn is my favourite season and over here, we often are lucky enough to have a golden October, as we call it or basically an Indian Summer.

But let's not forget last month, which was a glorious one. We had our fair share of sunshine and autumnal rainy weather which always makes me want to curl up on the couch with a good book or my laptop and bloglovin. And best of all, although it resulted in a spending ban for last month, I had the chance to visit and fall in love with beautiful London, I can't wait to be back as soon as I can!

Without any further rambling, here are my very short but very on time September favourites!




Vichy Hyaluspot: I purchased this baby as a last minute saviour when I was in England because I had such a bad breakout. I've heard quite a bit of wonderful stories about it back at home and when I came across it and needed a knight in shining armour it was a must-buy. And it's so worth it! As soon as I see a blemish coming up, I put this on before I go to bed and even if it doesn't make it go away immediately sometimes, it opposes and weakens its development.

Soap&Glory Pulp Friction Body Peeling: After finishing my S&G Flake Away Peeling and not really enjoying it as much as I thought I would, I wasn't sure if I wanted to try another peeling of that brand. I'm glad I caved in! This peeling isn't too harsh but harsh enough for me to feel an effect and smells so fruity!

John Frieda First Aid Conditioner for curly hair: My hair has a wavy structure in its natural condition and tends to get straighter with the time until I'm washing it again. Because I don't like it being straight, I bought this and was not disappointed. If I use this and let my hair dry in a bun over night, my hair has beautiful curls that last quite a long time.

Thierry Mugler Alien: This is the perfume that I took with me to England and this is mainly why it's this months favourite. Its scent is now linked with London and it transports me back there immediately as soon as I smell it. It's not a scent I would normally wear because it's quite dark and heavy and rather mysterious with its sweet undertones. But I love it!



So, in a nutshell, these are the things I loved during September! Please, tell me in the comments, what you loved last month, if you have tried some of the above and if you want to know more about one thing specifically!

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Have a most splendid day!
xx

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