5 beauty miracles this Trophy Girl dreams about

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I recently read that article about the $3000 skincare routine on Into The Gloss and was, quite frankly, jealous. Always hunting for the next miracle product, things have gotten a bit out of hand in the last three years. I am quite a late bloomer when it comes to beauty, so it escalated pretty quickly from drugstore products to Dermalogica (which is very expensive in the UK. Boo!) and other expensive little bottles that my boyfriend always compares to potions.

At the moment, I am dreaming about the Rahua shampoo and conditioner. They are supposedly less heavy than the oil, which might be a bit too much for my hair. The packaging is gorgeous, and so is the smell.

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I am also absolutely in love with my rms beauty eye shadow, which has a silky texture and is perfect for a smudgy evening look (also, it can be applied with your fingers). I would love to add the living luminizer to my collection. The whole nude look thing is really getting to me and I am willing to try just about anything to get that perfect glowy & dewy skin.

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Speaking about that, the Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Peels are a super bestseller worldwide. Even though the price tag is quite hefty, I am seriously considering investing in one, as this really is one of the best daily exfoliants available.

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Le Vernis (Chanel) is one of my favourite nail polishes – great texture, easy to apply and a really good pigmentation. This season I would go for Paparazzi or Ballerina.

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Lastly, that Aesop soap they have at The Boundary smells divine. I know I shouldn’t splurge on soap, but this one might just be my hand’s salvation. It is so aromatic and soft and gets even better in combination with the lotion.

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