Boots and Superdrug Haul.

So after behaving all month and not really purchasing anything I randomly received an extra £30, and what better way to spend it than treat myself… or that’s what I’m telling myself anyway.

First up I decided I would make the most of the Soap & Glory 342 offer going on. I picked up two of my all time favourites; the Clean, Girls Body Wash and Flake Away.

I love the scent of this particular body wash, I think it has to be my favourite from Soap & Glory – it is scented with their famous Mist You Madly’s. I also find this particular body wash leaves my skin fairly moisturised after showering, before I’ve even applied any moisturiser. As to Flake Away this is a body scrub that is just so effective at getting rid of any dead skin cells, and is always a savior if my eczema decides to play up. It is a salt-based scrub, and the one I always go back to.

The last Soap & Glory product I picked up was their The Daily Soothe Bath Float in the same scent as the body wash. I have never used this before, but I can see this being a favourite quite quickly.

 

Next on my little haul I decided to pick up the MUA Hall of Fame eyeshadow palette. Weirdly I have never purchased one of MUA’s palettes, so I thought it was about time when I spotted this one. It includes 12 of the most popular shades featured across all of MUA’s palettes. I love the look of the shades and can’t wait to get trying them, especially Rose Ash, the first shade in the top row.

I also decided to pick up a couple of Collection’s eyeshadow pencils after wanting a pinky coloured eyeshadow pencil for a while now, and seeing them featured by quite a few bloggers. From simply swatching these I have already discovered how long lasting they are. They didn’t seem to disappear, and stayed on my hand for a good 7-8 hours before I removed them with makeup remover. I picked up the shades Vintage Blush and Hot Chocolate.

Okay, this is a naughty one… I have been trying to work my way through some of my current bases before I was allowed to purchase another foundation. Oops, however to be fair I have used up one and I had a £2 off voucher with my Boots card.

This is the Max Factor Skin Luminizer foundation – I picked this up due to the word “luminizer.” I’m always looking for products that brighten up my face so this sounds perfect. I love the swirly design, and remember loving a Max Foundation years a go. I can’t wait to give it ago.

Next up are my final two products; two I don’t know about you but I feel like I have been waiting forever for them to hit the UK: the Maybelline Color Elixir’s. They are described as being non-sticky lipglosses with a stronger colour than you’re average lipgloss. I believe they are also supposed to be longer lasting. I found them on 2 for £10 in Superdrug so of course I picked up two. The colours I went for are Petal Blush and Blush Essence. So far, I am really enjoying them but I am sure I will be writing a review shortly.

From L-R: Collection eyeshadow pencil in Hot Chocolate, Collection eyeshadow pencil in Vintage Blush, Maybelline Color Elixir in Petal Blush and Maybelline Color Elixir in Blush Essence

 
So this is my haul of the month, what do you think? Have you tried any of these products I’ve picked up?

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