I love the new blueberry range from The Body Shop. Ideally I'd love one of everything, but as body lotion is the only thing I actually need at the moment, I went with that!
ghd AIR Professional Hairdryer - £87.90 (down from £99!)
I recently discovered HairTrade.com and I think I'm in love! They have such an amazing range of haircare products and accessories - and the best bit is that quite a few things are quite a bit cheaper than they are elsewhere. And when I say 'things', I mean ghd products! I have wanted a ghd hairdryer for the longest time as mine is constantly breaking down whenever I need it most and ghd products are just generally gorgeous. Definitely going to be investing in one when my one kicks the bucket once and for all.
I've been desperate for one of these ever since I first heard of them. I've heard they're quite difficult to apply initially but once you're used to the method, it's simple and stays on for ages which is my biggest reason for wanting one. I always find myself needing to touch up my blush throughout the day which is a bit of a hassle. Hopefully this should solve the problem! This is also available from HairTrade.com
I have one of these in the colour Groundwork and I love them as there's no need for primer underneath due to their amazing staying power! I mainly use Groundwork as a crease colour and team it with a neutral taupe, but I'd love to try Bare Study as a base colour to brighten my eye makeup.
I have one of these already in the shade Bonnie and I am obsessed. These are so underrated in the beauty blogosphere. They're surprisingly moisturising while giving buildable colour and not sticky at all which makes them one of my favourite lip products of all time!
In my last post I professed my deep adoration of the Nars eyeshadows. I'm quite into champagne and peach coloured makeup at the moment so I'd be keen to add this to my collection.
If you ever talk to me about nail polish, I will always recommend L'Oreal's range. I won't go into it here but they are the BEST. Bar none. I've tried Chanel, OPI, Rimmel, Maybelline, the list goes on... and none were better than L'Oreal. I can do a review of some of these if anyone's interested?
Mac 217 Blending Brush - £18
Something a bit different for me here. Straying away from my beloved Real Techniques because I've heard that this brush is meant to greatly help when blending eyeshadows - something I'm admittedly rubbish at!
That was my April wishlist! Have you tried any of these things before?