Hello, my lovelies!
I love a good wish list. Mainly because I have zero money and it’s like window shopping, but from the comfort of my pj’s.
Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation
People rave about this foundation so much that I am actually at a loss as to why I don’t have it yet. It is at the top at almost every bloggers luxury wish list and my god, I just want it on my skin. All over it.
Right now please. And it’s got SPF 30 so sign me up, please.
Jo Malone Dry Body Oil
I have become such a huge fan of dry body oil. Oh god, I just love it. It makes your skin feel uber smooth, your hydrating it like it’s just asked for water in Coyote Ugly and it looks fabulous. Your hair and your skin should shimmer like the sea on a moonlit night as you snog a waiter called Mario.
Enough about Mario. Where was I? Oh yeah, dry body oil. I need to try Jo Malone’s dry body oil. It looks amazing and lets face it, it’ll smell gorgeous. Gimme gimme!
Clive Christian Luxury Perfume Gift Sets
As a blogger, many of you will agree that packaging is everything. Everything. How can we take a gorgeous photo without that ribbon, that boxing, that special bottle? So since being introduced to Clive Christian perfume sets, I am in desperate need to just hold the box. Please, just let me hold it.
And the perfume sounds like it would smell so yummy. Give me all of the vanilla and cedar because I will smell like an actual goddess.
Tom Ford Purifying Cleanser
Where for art thou, Tom Ford? You are a King among men and I must have your purifying cleanser, immediately. It breaks down your impurities and makes your skin as pure as the heart of a golden retriever. I need it. Please.
Theirra Mugler Aura MUGLER
Could this perfume bottle scream Maleficent any more than it already does? It looks wickedly good (see what I did there also?) and would just look awesome on my dressing table. And with ingredients like tiger liana plant, rhubarb and orange blossom, how can anyone say no? You’d smell bloody delicious. Must buy thanks.
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