Hey! So it's November and it scares me how fast this year has been going, but with November ending, that also means doing a Five Favourites post. Fun fact, I started doing this series this month last year. Find all the posts here. So without further or do, let's just get into my favourites of October.
Now I know that I am extremely late to this bandwagon, but I have been loving quinoa this month. I've been eating it with salmon, tuna, asparagus and it was just so yummy. I highly recommend trying quinoa if you haven't tasted it before, because it is delicious and really easy to make, this one that I got was so easy to cook! It only took 3 minutes.
Next is this Skull case from Iconemesis* I don't think this needs a real explanation, just look at this case. It's absolutely gorgeous and several fishes form the skull. Even though I was lucky enough to be sent this cover, I am so happy with it. And since it's monochrome, it will go with everything I wear! ;)
Essie's Wicked nail polish would have to be the most talked about nail polish in the Essie collection for when it's autumn. Believe the hype. It's a beautiful dark red/almost black kind of colour which is perfect for autumnal weather. I have been putting this colour on my toes a lot and I love this colour so so much on my nails! If this nail polish isn't in your nail polish collection yet, where have you been? Go into a drug store and get yourself that nail polish. You won't be disappointed.
Did you really think I could go another month without including another zara perfume? Zara totally should start giving me these perfumes for free because I'm basically in there nearly every week to buy myself a new perfume. Last month I came home with the Zara gold perfume. I think this might just be a dupe for the Paco Rabanne Lady Milion perfume that most of my friends from high school used to use. Give it a lil' sniff when you're in zara next time, because this bottle is the cutest little perfume bottle ever, easy to throw into your bag and uber cheap. It's only €6,95.
Now that last thing that I'm going to include in this five favourites post is a hair product. I like my hair most when it got a bit of texture in it, and since I honestly can't be arsed to buy myself the hyped and let's not forget overpriced Oribe dry texturizing spray, I want cheaper alternatives. My hairdresser used this Evo Mister Fantastic Texture Spray when I went there earlier this month and I've loved it so much that I had to get this myself. I spray this onto wet hair and continue with another dry texturizing spray, but I'll be popping a hair care routine up soon so more about the whole hair routine later.