So over the past month life has gone back to normal. I started University up again and am now juggling Push PR and my hectic student schedule. The beginning of a new University year means one thing, student loan. You may have read my student loan lust list here, and will already know the kinds of things I wanted to get my hands on. So, without further adieu, here's what I bought!
O.M.G. I cannot tell you how much I LOVE these heeled chelsea boots. I had spied them instore a while back during the summer but never had the money to get them, so I made a bid that once my student loan came in, they'd be mine. You can wear them with everything and the outfit just looks 10x better. I now want some flat chelsea boots so that i'm fully prepared for the winter months.
18 AND EAST; £38.00
You all know it by now, I'm addicted to 18 AND EAST. I recently bought this shirt in berry which is gorgeous and so I had to get the bird/floral print one too. The delivery is super-duper quick as well which is always a bonus. I'm now after some of their galaxy print bits!
That's it for fashion, I did buy a new pleather black jacket and a new bag but I haven't got round to photographing them as yet. I'll put them in an outfit of the day soon!
Clinique High Impact Mascara and Clinique Airbrush Concealer
I got sucked into House of Fraser last week when they were offering 10% off all beauty so I thought I'd buy my favourite mascara. The Clinique lady then talked me into getting the concealer, but i'm now glad I did as it's the best liquid concealer I've ever used!
Benefit Powder Wowza
I've always wanted to try the Benefit powders but could never justify the £23.00 price tag. Walking around I happened to notice this limited edition powder palette for £19.50 - bargain! It has Coralista, Bella Bamba 3D and Hoola.
Confessions of a Concealaholic
This boxset has been around for a couple of years now but I like the fact you get a lot of product for the price.
Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua
I took the plunge and bought this foundation and I'm so happy I did. It's medium coverage which is buildable so if you want to try it and you prefer a full coverage foundation, get a tester first. The only thing I dislike it that their isn't a huge colour range yet and they all have a hint of yellow in.
MAC Prep and Prime
This is probably my holy grail primer as I've repurchased it 3 or 4 times now. It just does its job well!
Rimmel Hide the Blemish Concealer,
Topshop Lipstick in Innocent,
Revlon Photo Ready Foundation,
Revlon Nail Varnish in Facets of Fuschia and
L'Oreal True Match Powder
A little high street beauty haul. I love the rimmel concealer, it may well be the first one I ever bought when I first started out with make up. The Topshop lipstick is a nice bright baby pink colour which looks nice with my bleach blonde locks. I wanted to buy a cheaper foundation to rotate between my Chanel as it was so expensive I don't want to use it all up at once. The nail varnish was a bit of a whim as I saw it on an advert and loved it - it's an absolute bitch to take off though. I needed a new powder that didn't turn me orange.
Moroccan Oil for Fine and Light-Coloured Hair
I can't get enough of this product, it makes my hair feel so soft and lovely and it smells great too. I got the small size to try but it's perfect to put in your make up bag to top up during the day.
I Don't Know How She Does It
A Discovery of Witches
I wanted to a couple of new books to read after finishing One Day (it ruined me). I wanted Water for Elephants but once I saw the buy one get one for £1 offer, I couldn't resist. I've heard good things about both books - have you read any of them?
That's it for my haul. If you'd like to see any in-depth reviews or some outfits of the days, leave your suggestions in the comment box below!