I've been buying quite a few bits from Cult Beauty over the last few weeks so I thought I'd do a little haul post to show you what I've been buying.
The first set of purchases was definitely influenced by the goody bag that was available for spending £110 or more on the website, which is easily done when you have an ever-growing wishlist! I love these goody bags as they are always worth quite a bit of money and you get the chance to try loads of different products that you wouldn't necessarily have thought to buy.
I'd been after a new heat protection spray for a while and when I spotted the Davines MELU Shield Protection Spray (£23 at Cult Beauty), I liked the fact that it could be used on wet or dry hair, prior to using heat. Also in my wishlist, I'd heard good things about the Davines Oi Shampoo (£16 at Cult Beauty) and Oi Conditioner (£17.50 at Cult Beauty) too so thought I'd give them a go.
I'm all about adding moisture and hydration to my skin so I've been desperate to try the new Sunday Riley Tidal Brightening Enzyme Water Cream (£60 at Cult Beauty) ever since it launched. I've got a few Clarins products on the go at the minute but I'll be putting them to one side to try this!
The Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit in Sundipped (£39 at Cult Beauty) was the main reason for my next Cult Beauty haul. I've been tempted by the other Glow Kits, but never enough to actually order one but then swatches/reviews have been popping up online for the new Sundipped palette and I felt like this was the one I NEEDED! It's actually aimed at darker skintones, I think, but I fell in love with the shades and figured I could at least make the lighter shades work for me. I haven't tried it on my face yet but it swatches beautifully. There's a golden bronze, some lighter yellow/gold based shades and a kind of cool-toned rose gold. I'm looking forward to experimenting with these.
Another new release from Anastasia Beverly Hills is the Modern Renaissance Palette (£41 at Cult Beauty) and as much as I think this is a pretty palette, I couldn't decide whether I thought the colours would suit my pale skin tone. I then did a bit of googling for swatches and decided just to go for it. It's a predominantly matte palette, which isn't normally my favourite eyeshadow formula but I loved the swatches and noticed that there are quite a few neutral/wearable shades, despite the extremely bright pops of pink/red/orange!
Becca highlighters are some of the best on the market so when they recently launched their Shimmering Skin Perfector Luminous Blush (£27 at Cult Beauty) I just knew I had to try at least one of their shades. I decided to go with the beautiful orchid shade called Foxglove. It's different to all the other blushes I own and I think it will go well with my favourite lipstick shades which tend to have a purple hint!
Another new launch is the Jouer Long-Wear Lip Creme Liquid Lipstick (£14 at Cult Beauty) and I was initially tempted by the nude/pink shades but then the metallic shades caught my eye! I picked up the gold-flecked peach called Papaye and the pretty silver-toned rose-pink called Citronade Rose. I'm so intrigued to see how these will look on the lips.
Lots of people rave about the Morphe 35 pan eyeshadow palettes so I thought it was about time I saw what the fuss was all about. I decided to buy the Morphe 35T Palette (£20.75 at Cult Beauty) which has a mix of matte and shimmer shadows with a gold and purple theme as I think it looks stunning!
Hope you enjoyed seeing the lovely bits I bought from Cult Beauty!
What have you been treating yourself to lately?