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 .
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
What were your favourites this week?
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