Although this month I didn’t wear a lot of makeup (this seems to be how I’m starting a lot of my favorites lately…) I do have a few favorite to share with you. Read about my October Favorites down below!
- LUSH Softy Foot Cream
My friend Taylor recommended this foot cream the last time we went to LUSH together. I wanted a foot cream but I wanted something thick. I was a little wary buying something so thin in consistency, but man, this foot cream is so amazing! I’ll use this after I get out of the shower and it makes my feet so silky smooth. I was wondering why I loved the smell so much and then I realized it smells a lot like Twilight bath bomb! A little goes a long way and I don’t see myself running out of it anytime soon.
- MoYou London Dusty Cloud Nail Polish
I used this as a stamping polish in a recent nail art I posted to my Twitter and I loved how muted this color looked against a teal. I thought it would be too bright, but instead it added a bit of an autumnal look to a blue nail art. The MoYou London nail polishes are my favorite for stamping and this is no exception!
- Lorac 3D Liquid Lustre in Amethyst
So I’m sorry for putting a limited edition product in my favorites, but I fell in love with this glitter this month. This is a liquid fine glitter that’s easy to apply and wears on the eye really well. When I wear darker eye looks I like to use this to help brighten up the look. I usually apply this with a flat concealer brush in the middle of the eye lid. If it looks empty, it’s because the liquid evaporates. But I just need to refill it with more liquid and it will be fine.
- Maybelline The Falsies Big Eyes Mascara
This used to be one of my favorites and my friend Grace introduced it back into my makeup routine. It makes my lashes super thick and long while the bottom lash wash makes it easy to make my lower lashes long without getting a ton of product on my skin. Plus it’s easy to take off and keeps a curl. What’s better than that?
And those are my October Favorites! What were your favorites this month?