Sephora Haul

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For those of you not in the know, I recently took a trip to New York for Valentines Day. While I was there to celebrate all things love and see the sights, I fell into a few Sephora stores and this is the result. 






As you can see I didn't go too wild but the dollars really do rack up when it comes to checking out. Without further ado here's what made it back to the UK with me. 



Boscia Make-Up Break-Up Cool Cleansing Oil - $28. I've read great reviews for this product and I'm dying to try an oil cleansing so this one was a no brainer. I can't wait to finish up my Emma Hardie so I can crack this open and give you guys a full review. 





Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask - $58. After hearing Anna rave about this I put this at the top of my want list. It promises to smooth and make skin more radiant, both of which I can get on board with. The scent did worry me but I'm pleased to report it smells delicious. I feared it would smell like the Michael Todd Pumpkin mask which smells so rancid you wouldn't believe. 

This is another product I'm having to wait to use sadly. My skin suffered quite badly while I was away. The combination of extreme cold, wind and hours of AC on the plane wrecked the lovely skin I left with so I'm in the process of re-hydrating it to within an inch of its life. When normal skin service resumes I'll be whacking this on and sharing my thoughts with you guys.






It wouldn't be a trip to the states without making my first Tarte Purchase, and of course it had to be a blush. With Spring/Summer fast approaching I thought Tipsy ($26) would be the perfect shade to pick. This bright corally/peach should be perfect with glowing, golden skin and muted eyes. Now I just need to get booking my place on the beach to get the look. Any suggestions?








These next two are readily available in the UK but they were right in front of me so I picked them up anyways. The Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade ($18) I've been eager to try since it came out. The whole liquid liner for your brows concept I love and the fact that it's so resistant makes it perfect for the coming months which will hopefully be warmer. Only time will tell. If you guys have used this before please let me know application methods and tips down below. I don't want to muck it up because I've heard it's quite difficult to get off. Eek. 






I've been using the Sleek Brow Stylist for a good while now and fancied a change, enter the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz ($21). I've just become not that big a fan of the shade or how thick the applicator is so thought I would switch it up. I think this might be the best things for eyebrows now I have one. The nib is nice and fine; perfect for drawing hair stokes and making the job look more natural. The colour is infinitely better. My current brow stylist has a red undertone that my first one didn't so I've been having many ginger brow faux pas lately. Oops. Suffice to say it's gone in the bin and I will relish using this to the last little bit. Now I just wish I could find this but for a few less pennies.


And that's all I got. You could spend hours and a small fortune in there but sometimes you have to restrain yourself and remember you do not need ALL the makeup ha. For those of you who don't have a trip to the states planned you'll be pleased to know that most of the products I bought can be shipped to the UK through the Sephora website. Woop, no need to leave the comfort of your house to get your US beauty fix anymore.

I hope you enjoyed my haul and I'd love to hear about yours so feel free to leave links and comments down below.

Kirstie x

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