In today’s post I wanted to give you all a look at my wishlist for this April and May. I’m trying to curb my spending and never end up buying all items, but half the fun is sharing them over here. Through Instagram I’ve discovered so many beautiful new brands, which I’ll tell you more about now.
Featured above are all three skincare products from the Bangn body range, top and dress from luxe label Girl and the Sun and finally, the latest and greatest issue of Frankie Magazine, number 95.
They say never to use the same products consistently without interruption to your routine as it results in your skin turning lackluster and becoming accustomed to what you’re constantly putting on it. For this reason, even though Frank Body is my skincare ride or die, I like to mix things up and use a lush face mask or cleanser. From time to time I’ll explore other much loved brands, which is how I came across the Bangn body range. They come in yellow and apricot tubes that resemble paints. Their aesthetic, to me at least, is part picasso, part beach lifestyle!
They have raving reviews on their popular kit, the key to glow bundle, which includes the smooth skin scrub, firming lotion and lip and eye beauty balm. They promise plumping, hydration, clean bright skin and more, all of which sounds great!
Girl and the Sun
Right now I’ve got my eye on the gorgeous white lone life top and elyse dress in yellow and white stripes. I’m torn between thinking I own too many clothing items or at least, too many neutrals, if that’s even possible. Regardless, I’m absolutely smitten and think new loungewear is never a bad idea. Thank goodness for afterpay!
Frankie Magazine, issue 95
Finally, Frankie Magazine. I’ve been a big reader for as long as I can remember. At one point you wouldn’t see me without a book, but now I’ve transitioned to magazines. Frankie is chock full of interesting content for creatives. It isn’t your usual teen gossip magazine but features real life, real talk style articles. As a bonus, you get a lovely art print with every bi monthly issue released. At one point I had a whole wall full, but eventually had to take each poster down when I moved house.