Narsissist Eyeshadow Palette
ASOS, £50 (use code 'ASOSGLAMOUR' for 20% off!)
To say this has been difficult to get ahold of is a massive understatement. I saw it on the John Lewis website, fell in love and was immediately saddened to see it was out of stock. Nightmare. So I set up an email alert to tell me when it was back in stock, received it a week or so later and couldn't afford to buy it (story of my life).
Mat came to the rescue when a few days later ONE came back in stock, so he snapped it up for me and now it is all mineeeeeee. It contains 15 beautiful wearable shades, matte and shimmery, that can hopefully create the perfect day and night eyeshadow looks. I'm ridiculously excited to have an excuse to do night out eye makeup just so I can use this!
Magnum Creme Brulee
Exclusive to Selfridges, £3 each
Celebrating their 25th birthday had to be a grand affair for an indulgent brand like Magnum and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious new addition to their ice creams! If you fancy a sweet treat, head to your nearest Selfridges (they're in Trafford, Birmingham & London) and pick up the new Creme Brulee flavour.
They taste exactly like Creme Brulee, with little chunks of caramelised sugar and caramel sauce, and Mat & I devoured ours in less than 3 minutes. They're limited edition and available until September, so make sure to pick one up before they're gone.
I rarely see cookbooks as a must-have purchase, but this one immediately caught my eye. The Art of Eating Well is a cookbook for those who want to eat healthier and feel better & more energetic, as well as shift a few pounds, which is completely natural when you start to eat a more nutritious diet.
Written by two (gorrrrrgeous) sisters, Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley, this is full to the brim with tasty recipes. I've already been eyeing up their black bean brownies, beef ragu & courgetti and Sri Lankan lamb curry. I love that they've reworked some classic dishes such as fish & chips and also not restricted the recipes to being vegetarian, gluten free or dairy free, which seems to happen a lot with 'healthy eating' cookbooks. Although, that being said, there's a whole section dedicated to vegetarian mains, so it's great for everyone and is full of variety!
These are the new things in my life this week, what's new in yours?
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