I love these products so much they are on my repurchase list, I would do an empties post but I haven't owned these products in a long time as I've done the whole trial and error with other products. I wish I'd never left these products, they all really deserve the holy grail status.
New CID i-glow
Here's a fact for you, CID was the first make-up brand I owned, I bought the i-glow and a mineral veil on my 13th birthday. My first visit to Oxford St and I was desperate to buy a full make up kit. The make-up artist assured me that at 13 I really needn't wear make-up but if I must, only illuminate what you already have. I loved this product to pieces and the packing is so modern. It's very shimmery but not overly shimmery. I need this back in my life!
No7 Lift & Luminate
This is a product I used here and there from my mum's pot, I realised after using it for just one day how much of a difference it made. It moisturises and gives a luscious glow without looking or feeling greasy. A definite favourite, I need a tub for myself!
YSL Le Teint Touche Eclat
Oh how I loved this foundation, I remember wearing this for the first time and feeling like a million dollars. It's luxurious, light and leaves me feeling flawless. Only problem? As my financial situation has changed, £28 for a foundation was just not an option. Gone are the days where I can splash the cash and Rimmel is now my best friend. Just don't tell rimmel that as soon as I'm in a better financial situation, YSL is going straight back in my make-up bag.
Revlon Lash Potion
This is the best mascara I personally have ever come across, I have only recently run out of this but I love it so much it's going straight back on my shopping list. Though I have a recommendation, I would buy the brown instead of the black because it looks so much more natural but still super intense. It separates, lengthens and volumises all in one coat!
Maybelline Gel Liner
This isn't the easiest liner to use, but the pay off is amazing. I love a matte look liner and can't stand it when an eyeliner looks like plastic on your eyes. As long as your can get used to using a brish rather than a nib, this is your winner.
Bare Minerals Prime Time Primer
Primers are one of those iffy products that you can never really tell whether they are doing a good job or not. I think you really have to invest in a primer for it to work, this beauty works a treat with both liquids and powders. Pores are minimized and make-up sits tight until the moment you take it off.
Have you got any products that are on your repurchase wish list? If so write a cheeky comment below!