What would I repurchase? #1

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

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We all have those products we buy time and time again without fail. I do love seeing posts or videos about what others would repurchase. It just shows that that person has really used and loved that particular product that they cant not have it as part of their routine, so I figured I would do a little post of my own. These products here are items I will repurchase or have repurchased before.

Caudalie Vinosource SOS Thirst quenching serum (Review Here) (£29.00)
I have talked about my love for this product before. I love it! It is a bit on the pricey side, but I fear that the dry patches I had before will reappear if I dont buy a new one when my current bottle runs out! So I am willing to part with the cash! My skin drinks this stuff up and it thanks me for it! It's a given that this will stay in my skincare routine from this day forward!

Mac MSF Soft & Gentle (£21.50)
I've noticed an influx of posts and mentions in videos about this MSF, and with good reason too. It is a really beautiful highlighter. It gives you the perfect golden glow! A sweep of this across my cheekbones finishes off my look, It makes my skin look lovely and radiant even on the days where I am feeling a bit 'meh' I personally think the price tag for it is reasonable as it does last you ages!
I try out different mascaras but I always end up coming back to this one. I always purchase this in Carbon black. Its a great mascara that really thickens and lengthens my lashes. I often get asked if I am wearing false eyelashes when I use it! It's an affordable repurchase at just under £9, Ive lost count how many tubes of this I have gone through.
Mac Painterly Paint pot. (£14.50)
My go to eyeshadow base. This particular paint pot doesnt really have much of a colour to it,  so it isnt one that you can really use on its own like other shades, however as a eyeshadow base it is excellent. It really keeps my eyeshadow in place all day and ensures that the shadows I use look a lot more pigmented than if they were applied without a base on the eyelid. Price wise, because these last forever, I've had mine over a year now and its still going strong! You do have to make sure you screw the lid back on tightly because these have a habit of drying out if not done up properly!
I got this in my starter Kit Tom bought me for my birthday. I admit I have been loyal to my liquid foundation in recent weeks, however this Warmth bronzer has been a staple in my routine. A little goes a long way so you have to be careful with it. However it gives the lovliest bronze to your face, and its great for contouring. I will definately be repurchasing when I run out!
If you have read my review you will know that this does a great job of setting my makeup and keeping my eyebrows in check! I still have a lot left so it will be a while untill I need to repurchase, however I couldnt go without this setting spray now. Its something that will forever be in my routine!
If you do a post or video similar to this do let me know. I'd love to see what products you would repurchase!

Much Love



15 comments:

  1. i know what you mean about products i'd repurchase! i just bought a paint pot (soft ochre) and love it! think i'd always repurchase the naked palettes, one can never have too many brown eye shadows.

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  2. I really need to try that Urban Decay spray!

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  3. I've been seeing loads of posts on the MSF Soft and Gentle, but I swatched it in MAC and feared it would be too dark for me since I'm very pale, so instead I bought the MAC Semi Precious Higlighter in Crystal Pink. Maybe in summer I'd be able to wear the Soft and Gentle MSF. xx

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  4. I'm so with you on Paintly! Need to try that L'Oreal mascara, oooh. I hear so many good things about Soft & Gentle, i keep fawning over Dior Amber Diamond but i think i should give S&G a good swatch first! xx

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  5. I love Mac's MSF in Soft and gentle!
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  6. I've been toying with the idea of getting a setting spray for ages but i just cant see how it will work or be worth it! but i have seen a lot of reviews of this one and it seems good! i might try it soon!


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  7. I'm always interested in the Urban Decay setting spray....how long has this one lasted you so far/how long do you think it will last for the bottle?

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  8. I bought this particular bottle back at the begining of August and I still have some left - Use it everyday! Really worth the money! xx

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  9. I think Urban Decay do sample bottles of this.. I THINK. So if you are buying anything else from their counter you could always ask if they have one that you could try? xx

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  10. Painterly is going to last me forever I think! The mascara you NEED to try and you also NEED to try S&G! Its so pretty and gives the most lovely sheen on your cheekbones! I have too many highlighters but ALWAYS go back to this one! xx

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  11. Its a really good setting spray and lasts ages. You can get a bigger sized bottle for a bit more £ but this size has lasted a long time, so you dont need to spend the extra pennies really! xx

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  12. Thats good that you managed to find an alternative though! I recently got the semi precious blush/highlight in Rose Quartz! So pretty! xx

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  13. Oh yeah Neutral shadows are my downfall... always buying palettes with them in.. I think I have enough to last a life time! The paintpots are really good from mac, used alone across the lid or under powder shadows to make them more pigmented! xx

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