Thursday, 22 February 2018

Current favourites February 2018 // Bialetti, Don Broco, Bluebird tea co., The Ordinary etc

February 2018 current favourites flatlay including CD plants and makeup products
We're already halfway through February. What. Get to the actual panic stations, people, because Amy is not ready for this. But aside from panicking about uni, a lot, I've been drinking a loot of tea and a loot of coffee, and listening to my faves a lot too. So here they are, the things I've been loving in 2018: 

Bialetti Moka pot// This was a present from Marcus, and I've basically used it every day since I got it in September. I got the big 6 cup one because it means I can make enough coffee for more than one person.
girl sitting on bed holding a cup of tea

Koala slippers// another present from Marcus (I'm so lucky <3) he bought me a new pair of the slippers I had last year and they are suuuper cozy.

February 2018 current favourites flatlay including CD plants and makeup products

Lush Karma solid perfume// The Karma scent from Lush is a long time favourite of mine, so when I found out that there was a perfume version of it I had to pick it up. There is a spray perfume, but I went for the solid version (it's way cheaper at only £9)

Bluebird Tea Co. teas// I promise I'm not sponsored, I'm just a huuuge fan of Bluebird Tea Co. I still have the tea subscription (although I'm thinking of cancelling it soon and just ordering bigger packs less frequently) and January's teas were seriously lush: Oolong and Pu'erh blend The Digester, limited edition Rooibos and berry Blueberry Pancakes, and relaxing lavender and Rooibos Lazy boy. mmmmmmm

The Ordinary high adhesion silicon primer// This primer is really working for me- it was only £3.90 but it makes my skin more smooth and also hydrates it, without breaking me out or feeling too heavy. V pleased.
February 2018 current favourites flatlay including CD plants and makeup products
Majolica Majorca Majolook palette// I bought this mini palette from yesstyle last year, and it's perfect for every day, but also for a more smoky dramatic eye. I've hit pan on two of the shades- the sparkly base and the gold, so safe to say I've been loving this.

Lush Karma Solid Perfume// This perfume was such a score at £9- because it's a solid perfume, it's really convenient for travel, it's lasted me quite a few months with no sign of running out yet. Plus, as any Lush fan will tell you, Karma is the dreamiest scent.

Cactus// I got this suuper spiky dude from the plant guy at Leeds uni! (For any Leeds pals, he's usually at the Monday market at Leeds Uni and has many great plants and also lots of good advice about plants).

Music//

Don Broco Technology flatlay
Don Broco: Technology// Ok, it's probably not news that I'm totally obsessed with Don Broco. I saw them at Slam Dunk and then in November (smack bang in the middle of my big unplanned blog hiatus) at Ally Pally and they're soo good live. Automatic, their 2015 album was quite smooth and poppy, which I liked, but I also loved the heavier Priorities and of course their classic song Thug Workout. So when the singles for Technology came out and they were a bit heavier, I was super happy. I preordered Technology at their gig in Ally Pally (#lammiesquad) and after a little postal mishap, I got my mitts on the album and a signed setlist!Technology is chock full of bangers and they played a few at their Leeds show (which I'll post about soon) Did I mention I'm obsessed with Broco? 

Other things I've been listening to lately have been a lot more chilled out. I've been listening to the typical studying playlists, but also to a lot of The Marias, Peach Pit, Gus Dapperton and Japanese artists like Maria Takeuchi. Also Ru Paul's music bc All Stars 3 is here and I'm sooo about it.

What have you been obsessed with lately?
-Amy xoxo

Leeds haul: Topshop, Village and Vintage Clothing// L'Oreal Colorista Washout in Lilac review and before and after: 2018 Re-Review// Pinafore, Souvenir Jacket and Dr Martens OOTD
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