I appreciate how unusual it is to feature a shower gel in a favourites post, but this is honestly the best shower gel I've used in practical terms (wow I'm getting old). It doesn't smell fruity or sweet or girly at all, I think it's supposed to be one of those 'unisex' scents. It's super cheap and lathers up amazingly well, plus its extra moisturising too!
M&S 'Leilah' Perfume Spray
This was a bit of an impulse buy. I constantly carry a couple of perfumes or body sprays in my school bag just to top up on during the day. This perfume was really inexpensive (£6?) and is the perfect size for a purse spray. The scent is mandarin and raspberry, super fruity and sweet!
NSpa Toning Mist
I did a review on this product which you can see at the bottom of this post. Although it's not incredibly deep cleansing or a life-changing product I've enjoyed using this every morning to wake me up and make me feel a little more refreshed.
Nails Inc. 'Piccadilly Circus'
I've had this nail polish for the longest time I swear, one thing I love about the Nails Inc. polishes is that they never go gloopy, which is my eyes is worth the £11 price tag. This is a pretty raspberry red (the exact same shade as Barry M's 'Raspberry') that's an all year round staple shade. It applies evenly and dries with a glossy finish, heaven!
Bourjois Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder
I've had such a turbulent relationship with this product. At first I couldn't get it to work with me, it gave either no payoff at all or was super orange. After figuring out there was actually a shiny horrid film on top of the product that needed scratching off I managed to get just what I wanted from the bronzer. I think I'm going to do a comparison of this and Nars Laguna as the shades are pretty similar, what do you think?
What products have you been loving this month?