Well not exactly Christmas just yet but it's December which means its the count down to Christmas so I thought I'd do a little blog post on Christmassy things I've done with my room and festive make up and products I'm using etc etc. So with out further a do here is my festive post....
This is a super cute tea light holder I picked up from Asda which I think was only like £2 or something. But I thought it would look really nice with my other candles and bits in my room.
Also whilst still in Asda I picked up these christmassy twigs for a £1 each to put in this little vase on my window sill.
Another festive candle which I'm pretty sure featured in my October favourites.
And Christmas would not be complete without an advent calender which my Mum buys me every year and has now got my boyfriend in on the tradition because he stopped getting them, which to me (and my mum) is just an outrage.
Lastly on the room bits its my lovely festive looking bed complete with twinkley lights.
Some of my favourite high street autumn winter nail polishes at the moment from left to right: Topshop- Sandy Lane, Maybelline Color Show- Midnight Taupe, Rimmel London Pro- Gold Infusion, Rimmel London Precious Stones- Ruby Crush and Revlon- Vixen.
Some high street lip colours and balms I've been using recently because Its really cold and I always get chapped lips particularly this time of year. Left to right: Nivea lip balm- clear, Maybelline babylips- peach kiss, Rimmel London Kate Moss- 04, Rimmel London Kate Moss- 107, Rimmel London- Alarm 170 and Bare Minerals Marvelous Moxie in Maverick.
I hope you enjoyed my very short and sweet festive post, feel free to leave a comment below about anything festive you've been doing to your room or any make-up you've been particularly liking this winter or just leave a really random unrelated comment because that's always fun.
I hope you all have a lovely Christmas and I'll leave you with a picture of my cat Duke that definitely hasn't been photo shopped, because he also wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas.