Carolina Herrera Good Girl

Oh my goodness. It's been ages since a big Carolina Herrera launch, and it's a pretty exciting one. Good Girl is a fragrance that captures the spirit and imagination of a modern, powerful woman, and I was lucky to get my hands on a bottle before its release on February 10th.


Seche Vite Top Coat

This top coat ticks all of the boxes, making it one of the best to exist on the market. It's already very popular, and I highly recommend it. 

Seche Vite Dries incredibly quickly, and when I say dry- I mean touch-dry. I always manage to get marks/scratches on my nails after painting them when they were supposedly dry, but with Seche Vite- the nails are actually dry. After applying a coat of this stuff, I can do my hair, and type on the keyboard; something that's considered unthinkable with most top coats. 


Ghost Christmas: Sweetheart and Eclipse

What I love about Ghost is that their fragrances are great for everyone- from teenagers to Mothers. I remember when my Mum and I used to share the same Ghost perfume when I was 14 (I think it was Deep Night). Ghost have some really cute Christmas gifts this year. 

Ghost Sweetheart gift set - £27

Ghost Sweetheart was launched in 2008 and is a floral oriental scent that's sweet and fresh. It's such a gorgeous fragrance as it's gentle and vanilla-ry. Let's take a look at the notes: 

Top notes: Spearmint, Lemon, Pineapple 
Heart notes: Rose, Jasmine 
Base notes: Sandalwood, Tonka Bean, Vanilla, Patchouli


Morgan Taylor Matadora collection

Morgan Taylor do the best nail lacquers. They're excellently pigmented, don't go gloopy after countless uses, are long-lasting, and never streak during application. I could go on. In fact, I only use Morgan Taylor.


Armani Code

I remember trying out Armani Code in Boots when I was 16 and on the search for a gift for my Mum. It's strange because at that time, I wasn't a fan of it at all and now I am. I used to go for fresh, fruity/floral scents and now I prefer fragrances that are bold with a bit more depth. Armani Code definitely offers that.


Aramis Modern Leather

Aramis is definitely an underrated men's fragrance brand. They launch a new limited edition fragrance every year, and have recently launched one called 'Modern Leather'.

Modern Leather is an elegant, woody fragrance and is a contemporary twist on the original Aramis, with more distinguished notes in order to capture a sense of 'modern' masculinity.


Real Techniques Powder Bleu collection

These brushes aren't just beautiful, they're brilliantly efficient in terms of performance. Launched earlier this year, Powder Bleu is Real Techniques' collection of luxury brushes designed for use with powder products. 

They're super, super soft which makes the application of make up a pleasure, and allows them to be so much easier to clean! It takes me almost half the time to clean the brushes from this collection, than any other brushes. 


Paco Rabanne Pure XS

This is currently one of the biggest fragrance launches, and I'm not at all surprised. Paco Rabanne's One Million and Invictus fragrances have managed to uphold their reputations as some of the most popular and fast-selling scents in the month of December. So it's inevitable that many men have- no doubt- heard of, and wish to try out their latest venture, Pure XS.


UNIVERSKIN: Bespoke Skincare

Universkin is a bespoke skincare brand that offers tailored products (produced in front of you) to suit your own needs, which are determined by having a facial digital scan. I had a consultation at Dr Rita Rakus' clinic in Knightsbridge, just a stone's throw away from Harrod's. 


Viktor & Rolf Bon Bon Spring/Summer

The original Viktor & Rolf Bon Bon is incredibly iconic that's loved by millions of women. They've just launched a summer edition for 2017, and although we're not getting much sun here in the UK- this interpretation of the original is actually very good.