Another mini haul from this weekend featuring make up, books and Disney!

I ran out of face wipes and needed to stock up - I usually get Simple wipes when they go on offer in Tesco but I thought I'd try Nivea because I absolutely love their creams. It came in this multipack and it was only £4! 

Why do all make-up products run out at the same time!? I needed a new foundation, so I replaced my Rimmel London Fresher Skin foundation and it is sooo nice! This will be my 3rd  pot and it won't be my last. It's super light weight, medium coverage and just feels so lovely to wear. I'm not a high coverage girl and a little goes a long way. Definitely recommend too as it's on the cheaper side, because foundations seem to be getting more and more expensive lately... 

I just had to add this Disney gem to my collection! Disney does it again with another incredible story of a young girl who lives on her island with her parents with a set path but wants to pursue another. Torn between pleasing her father or following her dreams, she must do what it takes to make both work. Incredible visuals and catchy songs, Moana is a must see for any Disney fan.

I was browsing the book section in the charity shop and found these in almost pristine condition, and look how beautiful they are! The first is On The Road by Jack Kerouac and the second is Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer (yes I thought they were by the same author for quite a while...) and I have wanted these ever since I watched the adapted films (On The Road and Everest).


I have an obsession and I need to confess. These are Manomasa tortilla chips and I will literally turn into one soon due to the amount I'm eating because they are DIVINE. I REPEAT DIVINE. 

I was browsing the snack isle in Tesco, trying to find something to nibble on in the cinema only to stumble upon these beauties and haven't looked back. The packaging is what caught my eye at first, as they look super luxurious and then the exotic flavours won me over. They are on the slightly pricier spectrum of £1.99 per bag but oh baby are they worth it (especially when Tesco kindly reduces them to £1 every now and then, thanks bbz). They have fab unique shapes, all to be dipped and eaten differently although I just shove them into my mouth.....

My absolute favourite is the Manchego & Green Olive flavour, but they all taste EXACTLY like they are supposed to. It's witchcraft I tell you. Most chips/crisps taste artificial but these are on another level of flavour. 
I've since found out they have two other flavours - Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper and White Cheddar - I have yet to try and I will hunt these down if it kills me. There is one more flavour that doesn't excite my tastebuds like the others do and it is Green Lemon & Pink Peppercorn  It is too fragrant and lemony for me so I usually give this one a miss.

Just do yourself a favour and go grab a bag. But be careful because you won't look at another back of chips again.

*Not sponsored (I wish), I just had to share cos they're delish)