I used Sudocrem as a face mask last night - my skin feels lovely today but by god, it was a pain in the arse to get off!
I think I might try that Superdrug serum - I like using a serum but rarely do. My HG one was the Vit c one from the Body Shop, but they changed the formula and I don't like it now. I'm lucky my skin rarely breaks out or has reactions to things, but I still like to have what I like to have!
I still can't get over how much I love this foundation. I put it on this morning and was just looking at my face and how nice it looks. I don't have spots (normally) but I have huge pores and an uneven skintone. Also quite red cheeks. This just looks so natural but not like make up. I didn't powder over it today, just left it alone and I loved the look. Bare skin but with foundation lol!
Comrade I may try Opulash then. I don't normally buy high end mascara as I don't find it's worth the extra cash, but I'm after something that can look natural or I can vamp up a bit.
I always forget about Guerlain foundations and the powder one that I once had was amazing. I might give that one a whirl then. At the moment, my HG products are:-
Superdrug Vitamin E hot cloth cleanser- amazing stuff YSL Touche Eclat foundation- makes skin luminous and lasts on my T zone Lush New shampoo bar- 5 months post partum and help my hair look reasonable Superdrug Aqua hydrating serum- cheap as chips and keeps my skin hydrated
I love hearing about HG products- stick to the Lingerie foundation and don't do as I do, and keep being seduced by advertising and samples of other ones!
Bit sad it's a high end one because I am tight but so glad I have found it!
Guerlain Lingerie de Peau. My god, it really is a 'my skin but better' look. Hasn't melted off on my greasy nose (a bit shiny, but the makeup is still there!) doesn't transfer and is just a gorgeous, gorgeous texture.
It was £36 in JL, but I needed it no I didn't and I look bloody amazing in it so it is justified <sticks out tongue>