There are so many awesome brands out there that it can be hard to know what to try and where to even start. Ever since I started blogging I've discovered so many new brands and explored some of my existing favourites a little more and here are 6 of my all time favourites and my top product picks.
Before this German brand took the blogging world by storm we were all about Real Techniques. I was always loyal to my beloved buffing brush but since I started discovering Zoeva they are pretty much the only brushes that I use. Not only are they beautifully designed but they are they super high quality, they perform to the same standard as their high end counter parts and wash amazingly well.
If there is one brand that I could happily get my entire skincare routine from it's Origins. Their products work incredibly well on my skin and apart from one product I've always had a positive experience with them. Their line is super easy to shop as the products are split into categories to target whatever skin concern that you might be struggling with. Although they sit in the high-end price category they are totally worth it as they are not only great quality but the products are long lasting too.
My fragrance tastes have definitely come a long way since my teenage days. Nowadays I go for something a little more luxurious and Jo Malone London fits the bill perfectly. I love the unique concoction of scents and I know that whenever I buy something from JM that I'm getting something totally unique and not something I will be able to find elsewhere. They are the perfect treat not only for yourself but especially as a gift. That cream and ivory packaging will make anyone's heart flutter.
BUMBLE AND BUMBLE
The luxury world of haircare never interested me until I discovered Bumble and Bumble. I was always happy with what I got on the high street and never felt that my hair paid the price for using affordable products. When I started to use products from B&B the way they made my hair feel was so different to how it ever felt before. Although they are famous for their salt spray that's not a product that I'm crazy about and think there are so many better products in the line to for achieving beachy tresses.
2015 has been the year that Too Faced became a staple brand in my makeup routine. Although they've been available in the UK for a while it's not a brand that I've ever looked into and the blogging world really brought them into the limelight this year. Not only do they have some really awesome products in their line but their branding is lovely. Even though the crude names aren't quite my thing it's what inside that counts.
This post has mainly leaned to the high-end price tag so I thought it was only fair to mention a budget friendly brand. Rimmel has been one of my go-to's for years. They sit at the lower end of the high street, but their products perform just as well as some high-end options. Their line is super strong across the board and personally I think their only weakness is their base colour range and their packaging can look a little cheap.