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In today’s post, I’m sharing 15 makeup and skincare products on my Lookfantastic wishlist that I’m desperate to try.

My desire to buy beauty products has been sky high lately. I’ve been watching more YouTube videos recently from some of my fave content creators, and I keep thinking about all of the new products I’d love to try.

Despite popular belief, I don’t actually buy that many makeup and skincare products. I tend to ask for beauty products for my birthday or Christmas. And, of course, being a beauty blogger, I get gifted a lot of products, so I don’t actually need to buy many products.

But right now, I feel like I could easily drop hundreds on beauty products. Lookfantastic has an amazing range of affordable and luxury faves to pick from, so all of my choices today are from this leading online retailer. Keep reading to see what’s on my Lookfantastic beauty wishlist!

20% off on all products marked * in this post with my code LFTFBLOGSARAH.

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1. NARS Cosmetics Radiant Creamy Concealer*

£20 with my code

Ah, the iconic NARS Cosmetics Radiant Creamy Concealer. I’ve never heard a bad word about this concealer, so I’d love to get my hands on this. Concealers don’t tend to jump out at me. I’d much rather get a new eyeshadow palette, blusher or lipstick, but this one is just undeniably great. I need to try it. Like yesterday.

2. Yves Saint Laurent NU Bare Look Tint*

£21.60 with my code

Since using my Dermatica prescription makes my skin clearer and more even, I don’t opt for as full coverage as I once did. Plus, lighter foundations feel better on your skin. The Yves Saint Laurent NU Bare Look Tint looks so cool.

The YSL NU range is an interesting hybrid skincare-makeup range, and the products seem modern. Sometimes, these classic high-end makeup brands like Dior, Chanel and Armani can become samey and boring, so I’m thrilled that YSL has released something trendy. The skin tint looks stunning, and I’d be very curious to try this.

3. Clinique Almost Lipstick Black Honey*

£15.60 with my code

Clinique Almost Lipstick Black Honey is having a resurgence in the beauty community. This unique sheer balmy lipstick promises to suit every skin tone and delivers this gorgeous wine-stained tint. I mostly want to try this lipstick to see how it looks on me! This lipstick has been around since the ’80s or something crazy like that. How awesome is that?

20% off on all products marked * in this post with my code LFTFBLOGSARAH.

4. NYX Professional Makeup Smoothing Marshmellow Root Infused Super Face Primer*

£12 with my code

Name a more famous TikTok primer than the NYX Professional Makeup Smoothing Marshmellow Root Infused Super Face Primer… I’ll wait. This primer is supposed to be good and smell incredible. NYX products almost always perform. I have high hopes (and wants) for this primer.

5. Illamasqua Beyond Powder – OMG*

£27.20 with my code

I haven’t bought a highlighter in what feels like forever. It genuinely has been ages. However, one that recently caught my eye and looks absolutely stunning is Illamasqua Beyond Powder – OMG. This stunning warm-toned champagne highlighter looks absolutely unreal. And from all the reviews I’ve read, this is an outstanding product that’s buildable and gives an amazing glow. I need it.

6. bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Moisturizer SPF30*

£24 with my code

I love my Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer so much, but I think it’s time to branch out. The bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Moisturizer SPF30 has glowing reviews, and I know bareMinerals base products are incredible, so I’d love to try this tinted moisturiser.

7. NARS Light Reflecting Foundation*

£30 with my code

I’m dying try the new NARS Light Reflecting Foundation. My girl Simone over at Beautymone.com raved about this foundation too. This skincare-infused foundation is supposed to provide a dewy finish and light, buildable coverage. It sounds perfect for that ‘clean girl’ aesthetic or to pair with my latest favourite lip combo from Beauty Pie (more on that in my May beauty faves post).

20% off on all products marked * in this post with my code LFTFBLOGSARAH.

8. Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base*

£37.20 with my code

A long time ago, I got a small pot of the Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base. To date, it’s still the best primer I’ve ever used. This primer not only makes makeup apply smoothly and flawlessly, but it also makes your skin feel amazing. It’s hydrating and soothing, so your foundation doesn’t cling to any dry patches. I’d love to have this in my collection again. And this time full size – not just a tiny sample pot!

9. LANEIGE Cream Skin Mist 


I’ve heard wonderful things about the LANEIGE Cream Skin Mist, and I’m obsessed with a good face mist, so I’d love to try this moisturising spritz. Although skincare sprays aren’t essential items, they’re great to have to hand when your skin is feeling a bit dry or dehydrated. I particularly like using them on warm days when my skin is in need of a refresh.

10. Biossance Squalane and Peptide Eye Gel*

£33.60 with my code

Biossance is a squalane-focussed brand that I’d love to try. The Biossance Squalane and Peptide Eye Gel sounds fantastic. Doctorly on YouTube highly rate Biossance, and squalane is an ingredient that my skin seems to really enjoy. This eye gel promises to reduce the look of dark circles, which is something I could seriously benefit from!

11. Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm*


The Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm is just one of those skincare products that everyone loves. I’m a sucker for a good cleansing balm, and this one sounds heavenly. Honestly, there’s nothing better than putting a luxe cleansing balm on your face and melting the day (along with makeup, SPF and any lingering dirt/grease) away!

12. SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic*

£137.75 with my code

SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic is the gold standard when it comes to vitamin C. This patented vitamin C serum is clinically proven to deliver results to the skin. Hence the hefty price tag! You’re paying for a formula that has been tried and tested in a clinical setting. And clinical studies aren’t cheap. This SkinCeuticals serum is supposed to be amazing, so I’d love to see how this compares to the raft of other vitamin C serums/oils I’ve tried.

20% off on all products marked * in this post with my code LFTFBLOGSARAH.

13. First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream*

£24 with my code

I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream. Although this rich moisturiser is designed for dry and sensitive skin (I’ve got oily skin), I’d love to experience this soothing and nourishing cream. I know it’s great for irritated skin, so if my rosacea flares, this would be a wonderful option. Plus, my skin tolerates heavier moisturisers much better than it used to, so this could be my go-to winter cream.

14. Dr.Jart+ Ceramidin Cream Mist*

£16 with my code

Another Korean cream mist that I’d love to try is the Dr.Jart+ Ceramidin Cream Mist. Caroline Hirons included this in one of her quarterly skincare kits in the last year or so (I can’t remember which one), so I know this is going to be fab. I hear great things about Dr.Jart+ – I can’t believe I’ve not got round to trying this brand yet.

15. The INKEY List Caffeine Eye Serum


This product had me at “caffeine”. I know that The INKEY List Caffeine Eye Serum is one of the few eye creams that will likely decrease puffiness and dark circles in the morning. I’ve only tried 1 or 2 eye creams in the past that actually help to diminish dark circles, but I’ve heard multiple dermatologists and aestheticians recommend this caffeine eye cream, so I’m very curious to give it a go.