- My Choppy Fringe – This is such a change from my typical side or middle parting. Although, when I’m not feeling it that day, I can throw it over to the side when I don’t want it over my eyes. This super versatile style is only possible because the fringe is a very thin layer of hair. This allows me to work with different looks each day and doesn’t show as a drastic cut when I push it to the sides. If you’re not feeling as brave to chop away at your locks, then I would definitely recommend this as a good starting point to see if it works for you
- My Collection 2000 Gorgeous Glow in shade 2 – Bronzing Block. This product is great as a cheap way to follow the strobing trend which is blowing up as a major A/W15 makeup trend
- Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure nail varnish in Greige 372 – This natural muted grey gives the perfect effortlessness to the nails. What’s even more amazing, is that it NEVER smudges when I paint them due to its quick drying formula which also doesn’t require more than one application
- Benefit Roller Lash Mascara – I have not found a mascara better than this one. If you want to know more click the link here to read up on my review of this product
- Neutrogena Visibly Clear Pink Grapefruit Moisturiser – this citrus infused moisturiser is refreshing on the skin and leaves my skin feeling oil free and ready for the day
- Primark Chelsea Boots – not only are they incredibly easy to wear, they are comfy to wear and go with 90% of my outfits. It’s a win win really!
- My Amelia Jane London Pom Pom Hat – This hat has kept me warm and cosy and on some occasions distracted people from my seriously embarrassing bad hair days
- Desperate Housewives Box-set – After being given this box-set as an ‘off to uni’ present I couldn’t wait to start binging on this classic. It reminds me of when I used to watch it with my Mum on a school night. All the characters in this show are incredibly well played and I particularly love Eva Longoria’s self-centered character Gabrielle
- Lidl – now that I’m at uni, a student’s got to do what a student’s got to do, and with that being said I couldn’t give more praise to the humble Lidl. Crazy savings in price which don’t result in reduced quality has made me want to shout from the metaphorical rooftops of this blog post and declare to you that “I, Alice Bradley have changed my ways, and have become a true Lidler” (regardless of the fact that my main ambition is to save that extra bit of cash for my other frivolous shopaholic-like tendancies)
So that is all for my September favourites. I really hoped you enjoyed reading what my top picks were – I’d love to hear what your favourites were for the month of September, so don’t hesitate to comment down below.