Chanel Le Vernis 'Paradoxal 505' has knocked 'Particulière 505' right off my top spot for nail varnish, and adds a bit of sparkle with elegance to your soirées. It's a much darker shade to the Particulière, and when looked at closely, reveals a sparkly yet understated purple hue.
Vitabiotics Perfectil skin hair and nail tablets are a saviour to the modern working woman, and through bouts of stress, this is when priorities regarding our hair and beauty treatments may slide. I chucked these into my shopping basket during 'one of those weeks', and haven't regretted it. my skin almost seemed instantly back to top notch, and I haven't had any nail breakages since (touch wood).
Clarins hand cream is something your hands have been calling out for since the weather turned chilly and the winds got nippy. At £20/ 100ml tube it doesn't come cheap, but it's a non-greasy, nail-strengthening formula, with that sophisticated Clarins scent.
Salvage your hair with the help of MoroccanOil oil treatment, to reduce split and dry ends, and bring life back into your locks. My advice is to buy direct from hair salons, as it really is the best price (better than Amazon!) and more reliable and trustworthy (I had a incident involving MoroccanOil that was sent from Israel, and looked entirely suspicious).
I treated myself to these Asos jewel earringsafter letting my Gossip Girl addiction get the better of me. The earrings worn on set are fabulous! Unfortunately we can't all have diamonds for daily wear, so I bought these replicas to catch the sun rays.
As a sucker for box clutches, I was delighted to be given this Dune box clutch for my birthday, and whilst it’s way more than I’d spend on a clutch, I absolutely adore it. It’s black suede, with gold frame, latch, and modern chain. It’s something that will never go out of fashion and I hope to still be using in 50 years time.
Carex moisture plus hand gel is in my top 5 handbag items, and this almond milk-smelling moisture plus one is my absolute favourite. Banish those winter blues by staying prepared and obliterating any nasties before they reach your face.
Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without those evening winter-warmers, particularly in adorable yet stylish cast ironware which goes by the name Le Creuset. Splurge out on a set of Le Creuset ramekins for individually portioned creme brûlées, miniature apple and cinnamon crumbles or simply for serving nibbles in whilst hosting the perfect gathering! The rich cerise colour is perfect for brightening up a kitchen, not to mention a fit comme un gant to your festive decorations.