NAIL POLISHL.O.V. LOVinity Long Lasting Nail PolishI took an instant liking to these, not just because of the Marc Jacobs like packaging, but because I like their basic selection of colours (though they are so missing a sparkly navy and a good proper nude). I bought one shade first, the deep red-purple 210 Alluring Amethyst, which impressed me so much, I got the taupe 290 Ash Allusion too. Formula is smooth and the brush fits my nails so well, so the application is much less messy than usual. The staying power is great, though most nail polishes last well on my nails, but I feel I get a few days extra from these.
ESSIE Nail LacquerEternal OptimistThis year I finally found the muted powdery pink that I've been searching for. I wanted Kiko's Bois de Rose to be it, but it's too dark and too pink on my nails, while this is perfect. The formula is another fantastic one from Essie - it's so smooth, a simple two coater and very easy to apply with their brush. It looked so inconspicuous on the stand that I didn't pay it much attention for years, but online swatches showed me its true beauty, Thank the stars for beauty blogger community, well those who still do swatches.
SKIN CAREGARNIER Biophase Micellar Cleansing Water in OilMicellar waters got an upgrade this year. Garnier added a bit of oil into theirs, which works like a hybrid between the classic micellars and duo-phase removers, so it's stronger than regular formula, but it still doesn't remove waterproof mascara because it's not greasy enough. This leaves my skin feeling very soft, almost like I used a silicone primer, it removes makeup and feels ok on dry skin. The scent is lovely too, but it may be heavy to some. I heard very conflicting opinions about this micellar, but I like it.
GREEN LINE Natural Clear Cleansing Cream + Scrub + Mask + Antibacterial EffectThis is one of those products that the moment I tried it, I said to myself - yup, I really like this. It's a better scrub than cleanser or mask and i...