Nutiva Organic Cold-Pressed Coconut OilCoconut oil has been suggested as a really great moisturizer with antioxidants by many people including Kate Somers (runway model). After doing my own research as well as checking out:
http://www.hybridrastamama.com/2012/01/160-uses-for-coconut-oil.html I thought I might as well give this versatile oil a try. So glad I did because I love this product. The added bonus is the smell. Works wonderfully on my dry skin but those with oily skin will want to pass this product suggestion by. ($12.99 Superstore)
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Kiss Me Coral
This year Pantone's colour pick is the Tangerine Tango. (For the description of what Pantone is check this out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantone) As a result why not try some orange lipstick? There is a shade for every complexion out there. I love Revlon's Super Lustrous Lipstick because it doesn't dry out my lips and stays put for a long time.
Bed Head Control Freak 3 TIGI
TIGI's website talks about how great this product is for controlling frizzy hair and making it straight. I disperse this product through my hair and scrunch it while blow drying. I get wonderful waves AND no frizz. Plus the smell is fruity and wonderful! (Around $20 at most hair salons)
A few years back I was very skeptical when I read in a magazine that these tweezers were the best ever. I thought, "At twenty dollars each, they'd better be!!" Now I have three pairs and will never even think of using anything else. They grip the hair pretty much every time and have come with lifetime sharpening. They. Rock. ($20 London Drugs)
Sinful Colors Nail Polish
I know I wrote about this product line my first blog entry ever, but I must bring this up again. I adore OPI for it's staying power and colour selection (loving the Aqua shade right now), but now I buy Sinful Colors instead. Why? Because it performs the same, has an awesome range of colours, AND it's cheaper. ($5.99 at London Drugs)
This concludes the products that I can't live without - for now. Hope you enjoyed!