I've not done one of these for while so this is more like 'Things I Loved This Fortnight', but here we go! There's a good mix of beauty, fashion and lifestyle favourites this time. Also apologies that this (last) week's Sunday post has come a little late, as I was at an event (more about that later)...
My fashion love has been the Zara outfit featured in yesterday's OOTD Post! I love the 70s vibe and I think the Mustard and Aubergine shades are perfect for Autumn. It was also fab value, with the sweater costing £19.99 and the faux leather skirt £25.99.
I was not expecting to like the film version of The Fault in Our Stars. I assumed it would be cheesy and awful. Whilst it was cheesy at times, it was actually a poignant look at love, life, death and inevitability. I wouldn't mind reading the book now.
I'm a long-time lover of Louis Theroux and last weekend I managed to find a few of his documentaries I hadn't seen on Netflix. For those of you who don't know, Louis' quirky documentaries look at unique subcultures and groups from Neo Nazis to Black Nationalists and they're well worth a watch!
0-100 by Drake has been on repeat for me these past few weeks, I can't wait to hear his new album!
I finished Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (you can read my post on it here), despite it being a quick read it took me a while! I'd definitely recommend it for fans of the dystopian genre. This week I'll be starting Endgame: The Calling, a new YA Dystopian novel the lovely people at Harper Collins sent over to me, so I'll let you know what I think of it.
On Sunday I went to the Blogger's Tea Party event down in London, aside from meeting some fantastic bloggers, I really loved the setting of Drink Shop & Do in Kings Cross. Their Spiced Chai Tea and Salted Caramel Cake were both amazing! I think I have a new obsession!
Speaking of food, now it's officially Autumn, I'm back on the Bailey's. That sounded a little bit alcoholic...but you know what I mean! I love adding it to my hot chocolate before bed...
I've been a little bit obsessed with Barry M Nail Paints at the moment! In the past month or 2 I've picked up all the shades below (I reviewed some of them here). I especially love the Gelly formula and their Top Coat/Base Coat always does the job.
I looove the new Rimmel Provocalips! In the above image I'm wearing the shade Make Your Move, I've since picked up Kiss Fatal. They're so long-lasting and perfect if you, like me, hate the gloopy feel of lip glosses.
I've also done a bit of a u-turn on the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer. Now it's A/W and my tan is fading it's a much better match for me. Plus it blends amazingly with the Revlon foundation.
Another product that's working far better for me now is the Revlon Colourstay Foundation for Combination/Oily Skin. I've always loved the formula but the colour match was a little off before. I think this will be my go-to winter foundation!
What do you think of this week's favourites?
I love all of your favourites this week! I really want to try the rimmel lipsticks!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I'm in love with them, they're so different to anything else on the market xDelete
Love your outfit! The idea of a blogger's afternoon tea sounds awesome :) Those Barry M's look amazing... Especially the autumnal colours. Looks like you had a great week xReplyDelete
It was so much fun! I'd love to do something similar in Manchester xDelete
What a lovely post! You've now reminded of my love for Bailey's hot chocolate - this could be lethal xxReplyDelete
Jemma | Jemma In Words
I finished a large bottle this week! Always seems to happen when it's on offer hahaDelete
Loved this post! That cake & tea looks amazing - I bet it was a fabulous event :) I really enjoy Louis' documentaries too, so insightful :)ReplyDelete
It really was a fab day at a great venue! xDelete
This is such a gorgeous post, its lovely to have a little insight into your life and what you've been doing and loving! :)ReplyDelete
Sarah / Sarah Smiles
Thank you, glad you enjoyed it :) xDelete
I love Drink, Shop, Do. its really close to my flat and i love the evenings they do, we have been to musical bingo but they also do a Lionel Ritch-tea biscuit decorating class. its so cute and the cakes are delicious!ReplyDelete
Fab isn't it :) I was having a nosey at their events list wishing I had something like that on my doorstep! xxDelete
I really love the idea of this post! I'm also sucker for baileys in hot chocolate! The blogger's tea party sounds amazing too!ReplyDelete
RosieLM - Beauty Blog x
Thank you :) I like doing posts like this because it brings in more lifestyle stuff. It was a great event! xxDelete
Thank you :) such a bargain xxReplyDelete
Hmmm you've got me thinking about Baileys now. I can only drink a little at a time or it starts to become sickly, but that little at a time is lovely! Just read your review of Farenheit 451 as well, sounds interesting .. Have you read The Girl with All the Gifts by M.R.Carey? It's really good. If interested you can read my review here http://www.andreasmake-upartistry.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/bloggers-book-club-1-girl-with-all-gifts.html xxxReplyDelete
Oooh I'll have a little look,thanks :) xDelete
I just bought the Revlon Colorstay foundation for the first time and I love it! Also I'm also very impressed with the Provocalips, I have the same shade Make Your Move. Your outfit looks awesome, I love especially the skirt! xReplyDelete
Mummy's Beauty Corner
Thank you! :) I'm glad you rate some of my picks xxDelete
Thank you for great post!! Hmm that cake looks so good heheReplyDelete
Candice | Beauty Candy Loves
It tasted so good too! haha xxDelete