September Beauty Favorites!

September has come and gone, and I have a few beauty favorites to share with you that I have been loving all month long!

Let’s start with the best part, the makeup!

Fenty Gloss Bomb in Fussy

The Fenty Gloss Bomb in the shade Fussy has been my jam for a few weeks now. I used to own the shade Fenty Glow, but I think I like this shade more, as it is lighter and more pink. This is a beautiful shimmery pink but still pretty neutral. Here’s a swatch.

The applicator is a huge doe foot which makes it so easy to apply. It smells like fruity candy, and is just the right formula. Not too sticky. Love it!

Rare Beauty Highlight in Enchant

I have really been into cream and liquid cheek products lately, and my go-to highlight has been this one by Rare Beauty. This is a gorgeous light pinky champagne color that is so so pretty. Here’s a swatch of this one!

It also has a very large doe foot applicator, and so one little dab goes a long way. I use this on top of my cheekbones and it looks so pretty and glowy.

Paul Mitchell Hot Off The Press

This is an oldie but goodie, but I’m not sure I’ve ever talked about it on here. This is the Paul Mitchell Hot Off The Press, which is a really nice flexible hold hairspray that I like to use BEFORE I curl my hair. I dry my hair, and then as I am curling, I spray each section with this and brush it through. It protects my hair from heat damage and makes my curls last until my next wash. It works so good, and doesn’t give a crunchy or sticky feel.

Sol De Janiero Brazilian Crush Cheirosa Mist

Next up is a fragrance! I’m not really that into fragrances, but I really liked the packaging of this and I wanted to try it. This is the Sol De Janiero Brazilian Crush Cheirosa Mist. It has a plastic nozzle kind of like the Bath and Body Works Mists, and is a really pretty pink color. It looks good on my vanity. Haha. The smell is VERY similar to Ariana Grande’s Cloud, but not as sweet. The notes are jasmine, vanilla, and dragonfruit. It is very floral, and the scent lasts so long, I can even smell it the next day after just spraying it once. I’ve been using it every day!

Kate Somerville Exfolikate

Lastly, a skin product! The Kate Somerville Exfolikate. This is a physical exfoliating product that I use once a week. I think I tried this out a long time ago, but I’m not sure. This is a green colored cream that smells minty and it has tiny scrubbers in it. I apply it after washing my face, scrub it around, and leave it for two minutes before rinsing it off. It does tingle, so I’m not sure that it would be good for sensitive skin, but it doesn’t bother me. My skin is SO SOFT and feels so clean after using it. It is very pricey, so I recommend getting the smaller size to try it out first.

That’s it for my September Faves! Let my know if you would like an in-depth review on anything shown here.

Thanks for reading xx

Reading Wrap Up | September

I may not be blogging as much lately, but I am reading! I have to wait in not one, but two parent pick up lines now, so you know I have time to read! I LOVE to read on my kindle. I finished my three books this month, and they are all thrillers (of course), so here are my reviews!

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

This book was on my list for awhile, and I finally got the chance to read it. It did not disappoint! It is about a girl named Alicia who is married and murders her husband one night when he returns home from work. She is then sent to a mental hospital where she will not speak to anyone. Her therapist who finally gets her to speak uncovers her motive.

This book is really good, it had some surprise twists and was a really chilling domestic thriller.

The Mother In Law by Sally Hepworth

This book was about a woman named Lucy and her very powerful socialite mother in law, Diana. They don’t get along (of course) and Diana doesn’t trust Lucy. One day Diana is found dead, along with a suicide note, but the cause of death was suffocation.

This book was pretty slow, and not very exciting at all. I guessed who the suspect was and it was no surprise. I’d skip this one.

The Night She Disappeared by Lisa Jewell

This book is about a mother named Kim whose daughter Tallulah goes missing. Tallulah has a baby and Kim knows that her daughter would never leave her baby behind. The story flip flops between the present of Kim trying to find her daughter, and Tallulah, leading up to the night she disappeared.

I have read almost all of Lisa Jewell’s books, and this is one of my faves. It really kept me on the edge of my seat and had some twists to it. It was a good one.

That’s it for my September reads! What have you been reading?


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