Now that Spring has sprung and the warmer weather has been welcomed with open arms, I thought it'd be the perfect time to shop the stash and dig out my much loved pink products. When it comes to buying makeup, pink is the colour I automatically gravitate towards and it's definitely a shade that suits pretty much everyone.
Nails Inc Totes Pink is free with this month's InStyle magazine along with two others. A creamy baby pink, it's surprisingly flattering on paler skin tones and I can imagine it looks good with a tan too. You can grab this polish throughout the rest of the month so I'd suggest picking it up while you can.
Tony Moly's Petite Bunny Gloss Bar in Juicy Apple could easily be the first lip product I actually finish. While daunting in the tube, this adorable little stick is actually a tinted lip balm that glides on smoothly and doesn't feel heavy on the lips. Joining this in my lip picks is Revlon's Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Honey. I wasn't too fond of this in the beginning, but after rediscovering it last week it hasn't left my makeup bag. The colour lasts an impressive amount of time during the day and is easy to apply. The only thing I don't like about this is the overtly minty smell.
Next up is a couple of cheek products I've been switching between for a few weeks. Topshop's Blush in Flush is a cream to powder formula that admittedly isn't the greatest, but adds a lovely hint of colour to the face. These blushers are very pigmented and at £6 they are definitely one of the more affordable high street products out there. Finally we have Benefit's Posie Tint. Described as a lip and cheek stain, it does a better job at the latter and is a great choice for people looking for a sheerer blush that wont dry out the skin.
What makes up your top pink product picks?