After the first post in my “Most Loved” series (all about the Nars products, Mmmmm – link here) I had a huge amount of requests for one dedicated to Origins. Little did you guys know that I’d already photographed it! I’ve loved Origins since I first got into beauty products, which as you can imagine has resulted in a hefty amount of purchases over the years and I know my way around the counter pretty darn well. Needless to say that narrowing things down to five was a task that I failed at, so on this occasion we’ll go with six…
Origins Plantscripton Concealer
Medium coverage with a slightly dewier finish than most concealers. It gives a natural glow and works well with my skin all year round. I have the first three shades (greedy I know) so that I’m never stuck without it when my tan fades or appears (a girl can dream, right?)
Origins Drink Up Intensive Mask
An overnight mask that gives all the moisture. If you suffer with dry skin then you’ll love this. I pop it on around 20 minutes before I go to bed on days when things are looking a bit dry. Eight hours later, I wake up with plump and hydrated skin. Simples.
Origins Out Of Trouble Mask
This is a great one if you suffer with regular blemishes or oily skin. I used to fit into both those categories and used to use this at least once every week. I don’t need it as regularly at the moment, but I still like to crack it out when my face is looking a bit scary.
Origins Ginzing Moisturiser
Brightening, hydrating and by far the best smelling moisturiser I’ve EVER owned. I even have a back up tub stashed for a rainy days.
Origins Super Spot Remover
A spruced up, better smelling version of tea tree oil. It’s a gel more than an oil or serum which forms a protective layer over spots and dries them out. I also have a backup of this one too (which is pretty lucky considering I’m just about to run out).
Origins Eyeshadow in Storm Surge*
I find the formula of these eyeshadow pots really interesting, it could just be my pot, but they almost sit half way between a cream eyeshadow and a powder. Most shadow pots have a smooth consistency to them and are hard to pick up with a brush, but these allow me to pick up product with the swirl of a blending brush.