I don’t really do enough shopping in one go to warrant doing individual retailer hauls, since I’m trying to save the majority of what I
earn have (someone employ meeee!!!!) and feed myself each month (#studentproblems), so I think monthly roundup hauls are the way to go. I’ll probably be eating my words in three months time but hey. Things that were added to my life in September are what you want to see, not me rambling away.
Possibly my Favourite. Sweater. Ever???? Dropdead clothing has so much stuff that is relevant to my life, it’s equal parts frustrating and sad. This was a late-birthday present, but I couldn’t be more in love with it? It’s super soft and thin. And who doesn’t want to be the number one bitch?
Primark calling! Yes really. The top half is baby pink and the bottom half is mint green, the back is plain white and it was only £4. I’ve used this with all white and all black outfits, and was snapped bunch of times with it over London Fashion Week. It’s not the largest bag in the world, it only has the main compartment and a smaller, zipped pocket, but at £4 I wasn’t expecting the earth.
I’ve needed a new makeup bag for the last 5 years, but just haven’t found one I deemed big enough, or liked enough. So I’ve suffered through, until I popped into primark, of all places, and picked this cute Minnie Mouse one up. It’s that kind of wipe-clean fabric, which is a plus, and it’s quite spacious. It doesn’t have any internal compartments, which is a downside, but it was only £3.
On the make-up side of things, I picked up the Sleek Corrector and Concealer palette in shade 03 (shock horror – purely for the contour ability, and I prefer the concealer shade more than 01), and the Collection Bronze Glow bronzer. The Sleek blush in Rose Gold, I picked up at superdrug when I was on a medowhall run with a friend. It’s a really pretty shade.
Recently, my hair has been really dry and prone to breakage, which sucks. Thankfully, or luckily , really, enough boots currently have a 3 for 2 on hair care products, so I picked up some nourishing products that will hopefully add a bit of moisture before I book myself in for a haircut. I’ve never use the VO5 hot oil treatment before, so I’ll let you guys know how that goes, since hot oil is one of those things I’ve wanted to try for a while. It’s sad that I can’t just pop down to Nature Republic any more, and pick up their Argan essence deep care hair pack, because that product is literally h a i r g o l d u s t. If you have the opportunity to pick that up, I thoroughly recommend it. I’ll just try these for a bit and see if my hair improves~