If you read my 'Current Drugstore Favourites' post (link here) you would know my drugstore obsession that got me into makeup in the first place was partly back since I discovered so many good items which led to a good splurge to see any products new in and repurchasing those old favourites.
The first products just so happen to all be related to eyelashes. The first product I picked up and the initial reason for going to Boots was the L'Oreal Volume Million lashes mascara, I won't talk too much about this as I mentioned it in the post linked above but this is my favourite drugstore mascara due to the amazing volume and how it holds a curl. The waterproof of this is also fantastic. Due to my love for that L'Oreal Mascara and the fact I have been loving falsies recently I picked up the L'Oreal False Lash Architect Mascara which front eh description looks like it should add fibres and therefore volume and length however I haven't tried this yet so will probably update you in a favourites if I love it!
As I mentioned I have been loving falsies so repurchased my fave pack of Eylure ones which are the Cheryl First date ones which give a lovely natural look. I usually have to cut them down slightly but apart from that they are so easy to apply too. I also picked up an eyelash glue to test out as I love the one that comes with the lashes but felt a different brands may last longer and this duo eyelash glue has been very hyped about across the blogging world so I can't wait to try this.
I also picked up a the Collection Lasting Perfection Foundation as I love the concealer and this claimed long wearing and high coverage which are two things I look for in a foundation. I have only used this twice since buying it and although it lasts a fair while it does need setting a tiny bit on my forehead about half way through the day especially if I have been at work. I also love the fact it contains SPF as it is heading into summer.
I also repurchased The Body Shop Tea Tree Primer as I use it everyday as its the only primer that doesn't break me out. It also helps the appearance of my makeup look better overall.
I was after a new under eye concealer so picked up the Rimmel Match Perfection Concealer which I have started to use and has quickly become the one I reach for on a daily basis due its amazing coverage and highlighting. I wouldn't use this on blemishes though due to the highlighting aspect but it doesn't cake or crease and blends out super well.
Finally for makeup I picked up the Eylure Brow Pomade in Dark Brown and although I am now starting to think it is too dark from the swatch I did I have heard good things about it and for only £8 is a bargain compared to the Anastasia Dip brow pomade.
I also picked up some haircare and skincare items including the Colab Dry Shampoo which is the only one I will ever use as it smells gorgeous and doesn't feel to heavy whilst still hiding any grease but also giving texture. I also love the fact it's invisible as with dark roots the ones that leave a white residue are a nightmare to get rid of.
I also repurchased my favourite body wash from The Body Shop in Satsuma as the scent is perfect to get in the mood for the summer. On the same topic of body products I picked up the L'oreal Gradual Glow which is great if like me you are scared to go straight in with fake tan and prefer one that gradually builds. The shade is also perfect for my skin tone and doesn't go patchy or orange.
Finally i picked up the John Frieda Sheer Blonde conditioner mask which claims to make blonder hair more shiny and like its fresh out of the salon so I am very excited to try this as I am on the hunt for products which will make sure the blonde doesn't fade too much too quickly.
Have you tried any of these products?