1. Shu Uemura Whitefficient Clear Brightening Gentle Cleansing Oil
I bought this last weekend and was so excited to try it. Back in the day when I first started getting into makeup, the original Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil was my makeup remover of choice, but I stopped using it after awhile. I'm not too sure when Shu Uemura added the Whitefficient line into their range, but I love it. Although it's a cleansing oil, I feel that it's not as heavy as the original one and it smells amazing too!
2. Jemma Kidd Creme Cheek Colour in 03 Paw Paw
3. Sigma F40 Large Angled Contour
I've been experimenting with peachy blushers instead of my usual pink ones, and Paw Paw was the most peach shade in my collection. One thing I love about this is that you can build up how pigmented you want the blush to look like. And the best way I've discovered to apply this blush (or any cream blush) is to use your fingers to place the colour on the cheek, then blend it with an angled brush. I randomly picked up the Sigma F40 brush, and it's been an absolute gem in blending the blush out. I was pleasantly surprised at how different a peachy blush looked like on my skin, but it's a good change!
Do you prefer peachy or pink blushers? I'm more of a pink girl, but the Jemma Kidd blush might have swayed me into trying out more peachy blushers :)