Makeup & Skincare Bucket List 2018

As you can imagine, I read a lot of beauty blogs in 2017 and I’ve collected a long list of brands and products I’d love to try but still haven’t got around to, or can’t afford (Natasha Denona & Pat Mcgrath I’m looking at you – a girl can dream, right?). Makeup has become a slight obsession of mine. You can be sure if I have anything spare in my purse at the end of the month it’ll be hastily spent at the Charlotte Tilbury counter, perhaps this is why I’m sitting here with holes in my jeans and a pair of scabby Converses that are years old despite the £40 foundation on my face (#Priorities). We all have that holy grail makeup or skincare product we’d love to own, no matter how extravagant, what would you buy if money was no object? Anyway, here’s a list of products I’d love to try in 2018, they aren’t exactly face-meltingly expensive (although I might create an ultra-luxury version too – La Mer anyone?) but they will take a bit of saving, although, from what I’ve read, they’ll definitely be worth the wait…

Makeup & Skincare Bucket List 2018

Mario Badescu Facial Spray With Aloe Herbs And Rosewater as recommended by Erin at MakeErinOver.com

“…a refreshing, hydrating mist for all skin types. Created with a blend of fragrant herbal extracts and rosewater, it lightly refreshes skin whilst boosting hydration and relieving dehydrated, tight complexions.”

Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops as recommended by Laura at LauraLouiseBeauty.co.uk

“Glow your own way with these gorgeous, ultra-concentrated illuminating and bronzing drops. Available in nine universal shades (seven glow-giving and two bronzing), these customisable drops can be used alone for light-reflective strobing, or added to liquid foundation or skin care for unbeatable all-over radiance.”

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit Volume 3 as recommended by Siobian at Beautylymin.com

“A limited edition edit featuring three best-selling and three new exclusive powders for a flawlessly lit complexion. This travel-friendly palette of lighting essentials takes you from day to night so you can create your perfect light anytime, anywhere.”

Violet Voss Holy Grail palette as recommended by Hannah at HannahHeartss.co.uk

“A jewellery box of mesmerising hues, the Holy Grail Eyeshadow Palette boasts a kaleidoscope of versatile colours to achieve an array of arresting eye make up effects. The pro-quality shadows are buttery soft, blending seamlessly to achieve ‘HD’ beauty looks that are immaculately selfie-ready.”

It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream with SPF 50+ as recommended by Laura at Laurzrah.com

“This multi-tasking cream aims to provide full coverage, protect your skin with SPF 50, as well as moisturise. Be kind to your skin with this It Cosmetics CC Cream, infused with hydrolyzed collagen, peptides, niacin, hyaluronic acid, antioxidants and vitamins A, B, C and E.”

Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer as recommended by Emmy at EmmyWritesAbout.com

“Ultra-luxurious bronzer, infused with Murumuru Butter, delivers a radiant Brazilian goddess glow! Incredibly creamy and soft texture combines the best features of a powder and cream bronzer, to deliver a lit-from-within tropical glow unlike any other.”

Charlotte Tilbury Instant Eye Palette as recommended by Angela at BeautyByTheBunny.com

“Whether you want to create a natural look, a sophisticated smokey eye, divine date night makeup or rock chick party eye, this eyeshadow palette gives you an instant airbrushed look with NEW blendable, buildable shades. The fantastic new limited edition, control-pressed formula is designed for less eyeshadow fallout and more control.”

Fenty Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation as recommended by Helen at TheLovecatsInc.com

“…gives skin an instantly smooth, pore-diffused, shine-free finish that easily builds from medium to full coverage. The oil-free formula is made with climate-adaptive technology that’s humidity resistant, sweatproof and won’t clog pores, so that wherever you are, it’s going to work on your skin.”

What’s on your beauty bucket list for 2018?

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