December meant three things for my skin and hair; cold, dry and dull. This month was all about moisture and putting some glow back into my skin! Here are some of the products I've been loving this moth...
Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Moisture Mist - Much lighter than a hair mask, I can spritz this on to my hair and leave it overnight before washing off in the morning or spray some on to the ends of wet hair before blow drying as an extra conditioner.
Vichy Quenching Mineral Mask (£14) - A watery gel mask that provides relief for for dry and uncomfortable skin to leave it soft, hydrated a refreshed. Ideal for sensitive skin, this feels like a jar of pure water and calms my skin when it flares up from the cold weather and heating.
Origins Original Skin Retexturising Mask (£24) - A great all-rounder face mask to add to your cleansing routine, this mask contains rose clay and jojoba beads to deep clean while exfoliating and refining skin texture. It shrinks pores while adding a glow.
MooGoo Cleaning Oil - After starting to use cleansing oil to remove makeup earlier this year I was really excited to discover the Australian skincare brand MooGoo as they create cleansing oils for all different skin types. It comes in a handy pump bottle making it far easier to transport and use on the go without any hassle or mess. It removes all traces of makeup without making skin greasy.
Clarins Everlasting + Foundation - I did a review of this foundation last year and recently repurchased it after my bottle ran out. Some long wear foundations can be cakey or drying but this helps to nourish skin so is ideal for winter weather.
The Body Shop Vitamin C Instant Skin Smoother - I only recently discovered this product at The Body Shop and I am in love with it! I use it as a makeup primer and it completely evens out my complexion and helps makeup to last longer.
Mai Couture Blush Paper - Mai Couture papers are portable blotting papers enhanced with makeup so you can top up and apply on the go. They have bronzing, foundation, highlighting and blush papers and it's as simple as tearing a sheet out and pressing it to your face! I love these handy little books of paper for topping up my makeup for events after work.