July Beauty Wishlist

July Beauty Wishlist

There are always beauty products on my mind that i want to try but budget or common scenes does not allow it. This is how July Beauty Wishlist was born. Here are my 6 products that I am currently lusting over. Keep on reading to find out why I think they might be worth the shopping spree.

Tom Ford Illuminating primer £54 comes with a mix bag of reviews. I did tested it a couple of times when at the Tom Ford counter and though that it looked phenomenal. My skin looked flawless and radiant minus the shine. This product looks quite promising but I heard rumors that in August the new Tom Ford Fall 2015 collection is launching and there will be two new players Tom Ford Complexion Enhancing Primer in Peach and Pink. Perhaps I can hold off untill then…

Charlotte Tilbury Eyes to Mesmerize cream eye shadows £22 (each) look quite amazing and rich in color. Since there is no Charlotte Tilbury makeup counter around it is quite hard to pick the right shades that suit me best. Never the less I feel like these cream eye shadows are going to be a good investment. Charlotte Tilbury is the creative director of Tom Ford beauty but naturally her own line is significantly cheaper but still delivers high quality.

Laneige Water sleeping mask £21 is Asian beauty secret that is now more readily available. It supposed to lock the moisture and help your skin absorb face creams, oils or treatments better. It is a new technology that naturally sparks my interest. A bit concerned about the amount of different silicones that it contains…

Sunday Raily Luna Sleeping Nigh Oil £85 is currently all that rave. There are a few off-putting things about this product. It has ink blue color, funny smell and there is no technology behind it. The instant results are due to the combination of high quality natural ingredients. Some people swear by it other are a bit on the fence..Let’s wait and see when all that rave is gone and some real down to earth reviews come to light.

Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel £28 its been on my list for a while now. Since I have at least four more cleansers to try or attempt to finish I felt that this is a bit of unnecessary purchase at the moment. Nevertheless this cleansing gel has won my heart and sooner or later will find its way to my bathroom shelf.

FOREO Issa silicone toothbrush £89 is something I always wanted to try. The concept of silicone bristles is quite daring and thought provocative. It is supposed to less damaging for your teeth enamel and more beneficial for your gums. This toothbrush also does not absorb any bacteria and it is meant to last up to 1 before replacement. Not sure if my year supply of nylon toothbrushes will work out more expensive than this little wonder but i am open to the suggestion.