January Favourites

Written about Catch-ups
5th February 2014

January. Done. Longest month ever, am I right? My first in a 9-5, so that whole paycheck scenario actually got to me this year. But, through the low bank balances, not so happy clouds and January blues, I got some favourites out of this month, so let's go for it shall we?

I've been using the Trilogy Rosehip Oil for a couple of months now, but it's only in the past few weeks that I've been a tad, wow, about it all. It's targeted my acne scarring like a dream and reduced any unexpected breakouts in a couple of days. I use it solo, no moisturising partner, on my chin and all over my face if I'm feeling dehydrated. Followed with a primer, I've then been pretty faithful to Covergirl's Clean Foundation this month, as I actually delved back into the world of fake tan - first time in six months guys. This stuff is so underrated, flawless coverage, with the right amount of dewy and all at an amazing price - just a shame we can't actually get it in the UK.

The Hair by Revitalash Conditioner is one of those products I used on a whim, not expecting much. But when your friend comments on your hair growth, you know it's not a psychological thing. It promises thicker hair, I've personally seen more results in growth. It's a super light mousse that you massage in after washing - don't rinse out. It's meant to be in place of conditioner but my dry ends can't handle the boycott, so I apply some just to the ends in shower, before rinsing out.
Side note: This is seriously expensive. I'm talking £75 for the above, 46ml, which doesn't go far. I was gifted this by a friend and while I seriously rate the results, I'd prefer a Wildfox addition to another bottle of this little joy maker. 

And then there's Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb. I can't see me ever getting bored of this scent. You need two spritz' max, and you'll still be smelling it by the end of the day. It's seriously potent, seriously sexy and if you haven't already experienced it, I urge you to do so. Definitely worth the price commitment.