Sunday, 31 August 2014

August favourites 2014

I've been loving quite a few things this month, but managed to cut the list down to my 6 faves of the month to share with you! Most of these I've owned for a while, but for one reason or another I've been really using them a lot recently. So here goes!

One Line A Day diary
I finally bought this in 2013 after wanting it for ages. I couldn't wait until the end of the year, so started it in the middle of July - meaning that, as I've been filling it in this month, I can see last year's entries from the same day!

If you have a similar 5 year diary you'll know how hard it is to keep up - but I promise you that if you keep at it, it's most definitely worth it!

Sleek i-Divine palette in Snapshots
I love the Sleek palettes, especially my Mattes V1, but Snapshots is the latest addition to my collection and I love how colourful it is!

It's great for adding a subtle bit of colour, but now I need to do a bit more experimenting with some bolder, brighter looks. As with the other Sleek palettes, the texture is great, the pigmentation is great, and I'd definitely recommend it.

Elephant necklace
I picked up this cute little elephant from Topshop and have been wearing it non-stop for the past few weeks. It goes with most of my outfits and I love how tiny it is!

Seche Vite
I've experimented with all sorts of nail polish drying sprays and drops and oils, but as far as I can tell, nothing compares to the ease and speed of Seche Vite.
I've also been doing a lot of nail art stamping, and there aren't many top coats that go on nicely without smudging - Seche Vite protects and dries all in one go, what more could I need?

Batiste XXL Volume
I have thin, flat hair that never keeps its volume, no matter what I try. However - with just a burst of this wonder-product, my hair is transformed! There's not much more I can say about this product other than it's firmly on my list of essential must-haves from now on.

Lego Movie game for Xbox 360
This might seem like quite a random choice, but I've been a fan of the Lego games since I played the Star Wars ones years ago. They're incredibly well written and just plain old good fun.

I've only played the first few levels of this one so far (I picked up the game on offer in Game recently), but it seems like they've improved the graphics and gameplay no end compared to the Harry Potter games (which I finally completed to 100% last month!) - definitely worth buying if you're a fan of this type of game!

What do you think about my product choices? What have you been loving this August? Let me know!

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