Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water
This budget friendly alternative to other micellar water brands costs less than R100 for a giant 400 ml bottle. It does the job of removing makeup brilliantly and I'm super chuffed. I raved about this here if you would like to go read the full review.
L'Oreal Infallible 24H-Matte Foundation in "20 Sand"
I'm more of a BB cream girl, but oh my goodness did I fall for this foundation! I reviewed it here and I'm still loving it. It mattefies my skin without making it look flat and powdery and it lasts for hours. Possible Holy Grail status...
Oh So Heavenly Bubble Balm in "Vanilla cupcake"
Everyone seems to be jumping on the "bubble balm" bandwagon that was made so popular by EOS. Where EOS lipbalms cost around R100, these Oh So Heavenly lipbalms cost R25. There are only three flavours, and I chose the vanilla cupcake scent. The packaging is exactly the same as those of EOS, and I find that I actually prefer the texture of the OSH lipbalms. I can't comment on the ingredients list, so I don't know how "natural" the ingredients are, but I love the vanilla smell and the slight gloss it leaves on my lips.
Cargo Water Resistant Blush in "Bali"
I recently picked up this tinned blush at a Clicks sale (as I do all my other Cargo products). It claims to be a water resistant blush which, according to their website, is supposed to be both sweat proof and weather proof. I can't really vouch for this as blush never tends to last on my makeup-eating skin. It is, however, an amazing blush. The texture is fine and it applies beautifully. The colour is also a stunning pink which adds just the right amount of warmth to my cheeks.
Vichy Eau Thermale Spa Water
This is quite a recent addition to my favourites list, as I've only recently started using it. The mist is super fine and instantly cools and refreshes my skin. I took it on our weekend away and it was an absolute godsend in the heat!
What were your favourites for the past month? Let me know in the comment section!
Until next time!