I love pay day, although I always manage to have made half of my wage packet disappear by the end of the week, which is not great when you get paid monthly!
I always have a little pay day wish list, of things I've got my eye on buying and since pay day is this Friday, I thought I'd share my June pay day wish list with you!
There is always something from MAC on my pay day wish lists, but I don't usually get around to actually buying them. Hopefully, this month, I can change that by purchasing my current fave from the Pro Longwear Lipglass range - Full Speed Ahead. It looks like such a cute pink colour. I know someone who wear this all the time, and I am always jealous when I see her! It's £17.50, so a tad more than I would usually pay for a lipgloss, but it just looks so good!
I have notoriously knotty hair. It's such a nightmare, especially after I wash it. I've known about Tangle Teezer's for ages, but just thought they were another gimmick.
It wasn't until my sister used it on my hair the other week that I really saw how much of a difference it made. At £10.20, the original Tangle Teezer in pink has made it into my pay day shopping basket.
Another lipgloss on the pay day wish list in the NARS Cosmetics Sixties Fan Lipgloss at £18.50. I know it's another lip product on the list, but in the summer I tend to stray away from my usualy darker eye make up because I find it too heavy in the heat, so adding some colour to my lips always makes up for it. This NARS lipstick is such a cute plum colour, which is quite different to colours I would normally choose, and maybe a bit more daring, but I'd love to try it.
I'm a big fan of bareMinerals, and all my bareMinerals products seem to have run out at the moment, so the 'Best of bare face collection' would be amazing for a bit of replenishment. It's a five-piece set of minis, including Original Mineral Veil, Prime Time Original Foundation Primer Flawless Definition Mascara, Moxie Lipgloss in Dare Devil (Rich Plum) and a Mini Flawless Face Brush. I know they are all minis, but they will keep me going for long enough and at £19.95, you can't really turn it down.
This sun is amazing, but it's drying my skin out something chronic, so it's time to give it a bit of a treat with the GlamGlow ThirstyMud hydrating treatment is £34.99 for a 50g tub. I reckon the tub would last for so long so it's pretty much an investment, isn't it? It looks like it would be glorious and I'm excited to try it out.
I'd love to know if you have tried any of these products out, or what you will be buying on pay day. Let me know in the comments.
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