September Favourites.

Last month I fell down the YouTube rabbit hole, and came across Jeffree Star. Obviously I already knew who he was, but I'd just never watched his videos before. Hours, and many videos later I can quite happily say that Jeffree is one of my favourite people on YouTube. I'm completely obsessed, and thereis nothing I can say that will do his amazingness justice. Just watch any one of his videos and you'll soon feel the same. 

If you saw my recent post about the Balmain X L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Lipstick in the shade Domination, then you'll know how much of a fan I am. I've found my go to red for the Autumn, and couldn't not include it in this months favourites. 

I'm a sucker for a nude lipstick, and might have just found one of my all time favourite nudes in the L'Oreal Paris Color Riche Matte Addiction Lipstick in 'Moka Chic' (663). It is the perfect shade for my skin tone, as it's on the pinker side of nude opposed to brown. I am also completely in love with this formula and will definitely be going back for more shades in this range.

My hair gets really dry, so I absolutely love a good hair masque. I've started using the L'Oréal Paris Botanicals Fresh Care Safflower Rich Infusion Masque (I've just realised what a L'Oreal heavy post this is, sorry 'bout that), and can't get enough of it. It leaves my hair silky smooth, and really nourished too. Plus you're not spending crazy prices on it, which is always a bonus.

This month I've got into a proper skincare routine. I've never really had a routine before, however my skin can be a bit temperamental so I thought it would really benefit from a consistent AM and PM routine. Although there are still a few products I want to add, I've got into it and really enjoy it every morning and evening. This was all because of Caroline Hirons' 'routines cheat sheet' blog post, that I came across. If like me you want to get into a skincare routine but haven't a clue where to begin, this will save your life. It's been a serious life saver. 

If you're from anywhere other than the UK you won't have a clue who I'm talking about (and maybe won't if you are from the UK), however, TOWIE star Megan McKenna has decided to pursue her dream of becoming a country music star and filmed herself doing so. The three part documentary 'There's Something About Megan' is a bit of a guilty pleasure, but as someone who loves country music and reality TV, this was right up my ally. I'm not quite sure what Nashville made of her, but she actually has a really amazing voice, and has released two great songs off the back of it. I really recommend it!

Speaking of country music, Thomas Rhett released his new album Life Changes at the beginning of the month who I am already a huge fan of. I'm seriously impressed with the album and cannot get enough of it. I've had it on repeat all month and I'm still not sick of it yet. There isn't a song on the album that I don't like, which is rare for me. I'm just gutted I missed out on tickets for his show later this year, which sold out so fast! I'm sure he'll be back next year though.


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