April Favourites (2015)

Since I've never done a favourites post before, I thought with the end of the month now upon us, it was a perfect time to do so! As I love reading so much, each favourites series will most likely include my favourite book from that month too!

First up is this gorgeous Lola Chevron Necklace from Prairie Charms. For the past month when I've been at work, this necklace has been a staple piece of my wardrobe as it just brightens up any outfit. It's absolutely stunning and I can honestly say I'll never get bored of wearing it! 

'Drama Clean' from Soap and Glory is another one of my favourite items for this month. The cleansing water is amazing at removing makeup and literally just dissolves it away - no tugging at the eyes required! My full review of the product can be found here.

So far, 'Cupcake' has to be my favourite face mask from Lush. I've been using it for over a year now and it leaves my skin feeling smooth and clean every time. Plus it smells like chocolate, and who can turn that down?! My full review of the product can be found here.

When it comes to dry shampoos, I must admit I've only ever used Batiste. But after being in work one day and seeing that Herbal Essences had their own range, I just knew I had to give them a try. So here we are, introducing Herbal Essences 'Uplifting Volume' dry shampoo. Wow, I honestly don't know where to start with this product. It has a gorgeous citrus scent, and leaves no trace of powder like I've experienced in the past. My hair always feels refreshed after use, and I'm actually planning a post on this soon - keep your eyes peeled!

'Eva's Nude' by L'oreal Paris has to be one of my favourite nude shades that I've been rocking for the past month. It gives a gorgeous hint of colour whilst not being too overpowering and is the perfect colour for everyday wear. My full review of the Colour Riche Collection can be found here.

'Birdsong' by Sebastian Faulks has long been one of my favourite books, ever since I studied it back when I did English. It's set over a number of years, including the First World War and follows the story of a young Englishman called Stephen Wraysford. Following him through a love affair in France and his life in the trenches in the First World War, the book is captivating and hard to put down. 

So that's what I've been loving this month! What are your April Favourites? Let me know in the comments below! 


Siân Marie said...

Ill be honest, I feel like I NEED to read that book. Love a war time book!

Sian | Siân Marie Beauty

Dino's Beauty Diary said...

It's such an amazing book, you won't regret it honestly! xo