Friday Faves

Friday Faves

 Friday Faves is instead of waiting until the end of the month to showcase my favourites. As I post twice a week I don’t always have room for a ‘favourites’ post. So, products and movies can get neglected and only get mentioned on mediums such as my Instagram .

Life

I have been unable to eat traditional cheese for just over a year. When whittling the list down to figure out what foods were giving me migraines cheese was high on the list. So, I was on the look-out for a good substitute and after trying one in particular that was awful, I saw this in Tesco.

Violife Cheese

Made with coconut oil it’s dairy-free. But it doesn’t taste a bit like coconut but quite a lot like processed cheese. With that similar rubbery texture. Which I like.

It doesn’t melt particularly well, but I still liked it melted, a little, on some ciabatta. Thin slices are great in a sandwich or a salad.

£2.30 (200g)

Beauty

Eyeko Sport Waterproof Mascara

You many have seen the Eyeko mini mascara that I loved in some previous posts. It wasn’t marked as waterproof but was the best mascara I’d tried in years.

I always wear waterproof mascara or I look like a panda few minutes later. So, when the mini ran out I wanted to buy the full size of this. I was expecting a lot I’ll admit. But the waterproof action of this didn’t disappoint. It’s great as a waterproof primer for my others mascaras as well.

I’m still getting to grips with the non-traditional brush. It has a bend in it that’s great for applying to the bottom lashes and making the top lashes curl though. I bought a few things at the time and used the code they had on the site. They tend to have good offers and give you a freebie sometimes if you spend a certain amount. I got a free eyeliner with my order.

£18 On Eyeko

Lush Key Lime Pie Lip Balm

As I’ve said before on my snapchat and in the post Lush Lip Care I really wanted to get this for the warmer months. I wasn’t expecting such a cloudy and cold summer. But I’m still loving it.

This vegan lip balm is soothing and refreshing. A little goes a long way so I can see this lasting absolutely ages.

Find on Lush

Soap & Glory’s Dr Spot

This is my second tube of this stuff. A little goes a long way and its great day or night. It doesn’t upset my sensitive skin and reduces breakouts quickly. Whether they are small or monstrous. It’s something that I know I can rely on to do the job.

I bought mine for £8. But I saw they had an offer on Boots today for £6.

Buy Dr Spot Online *

Makeup Revolution Ultra Brow Arch & Shape

I bought this when my Soap & Glory one ran out. I loved the fact that it had a pen and a pencil in one. But I thought it was expensive for what it was. As I always ran out of the pen end first.

So this was a real bargain and I ended up loving the formula even more. The pencil is soft enough to work with and they both last till I use makeup remover at the end of the day. The pen has a super fine tip to make it easy to control.

They make it in 4 colours and for £3.50 or not, I think it is brilliant. Definitely going to be repurchasing it.

On Makeup Revolutions Website

Summer Nails 

It may not be summer side but it is on my nails. These are just a few I’ve been loving from my recent Summer Edit post. Leighton Denny’s polishes last so well that I usually end up removing them to apply something else.

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What were your favourites this week?

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