Erin's November Favourites

Naked Basics by Urban Decay Eyeshadow Palette: I'm almost certain that this is my first product from UD. It contains "six gorgeously Naked neutrals to build on or wear alone-including four never-before-seen shades". My favourites of the bunch are Naked 2, a light taupe perfect as a natural crease colour, and Crave, an über dark black-brown which I love using wet as a liner.

Buxom Full-On Lip Cream in Mudslide: I wouldn't consider myself a huge lipgloss fan, so I'm not sure why I stopped and looked at these in the first place - possibly because of the much-hyped shade White Russian. I chose Mudslide for its "my-lips-but-better" effect. It's described as a petal pink and it also leans somewhat coral. The cooling sensation from this lip cream is really refreshing, oddly enough! If you are thinking about trying these, I say go for it!

Milani Colour Statement Lipliner in Spice: This nude-brown lipliner all over the lips is too dark, but I like blending this near the corners of my lips for definition. A great affordable and long-lasting liner choice.

Bare Minerals Powder Foundation in Fairly Light N10: The matte look is all the rage during the colder months, and if my skin is hydrated enough (a whole other story) I like to wear it too. I like how easy it is to apply, and my powder bronzer and blush work perfectly on top.

From L to R: Buxom, Milani, Bare Minerals


Buxom's Mudslide on my lips by itself:

Sally Hansen Miracle Cure Nail Strengthener: I was desperate to add something to my nail routine because my nails were peeling and chipping like old paint! Some online searching brought up a few positive reviews for Sally Hansen's option. Although it isn't a miracle, per say, since using this regularly under my polish (and a few days of break from polish altogether) my nails are growing long and strong again.

Last but not least....a fashion favourite from November, my brown Blundstone boots:

What were your favourites this past month?
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