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?