I'm sure as we are now well into January now you have watched/read a big handful 2015 beauty favourites, however my thoughts and opinions are as valid as the last persons, so I'm going to share mine.

These are the products which I found myself in the slight panic when I'm realised I'm running low, repurchasing, constantly wearing and enjoying over the last year...

The Skincare:
Liz Earl Cleanse and Polish - A Cleanser which is quick and easy to use, takes all your make up off with no fuss, and leaves your skin feeling great. This is a cleanser I always find myself going back to.
Neil's Yard Orange Flower Facial Oil - Using a facial oil is a step I've only added this year and my skin is definitely thanking me for it. My skins just looks healthier and more hydrated when I use this, plus the bottle looks pretty on my dressing table.
The Base Products:
Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation: This has probably been my go to foundation for over a year now. It has just the right amount of coverage - it's not too heavy but does the job, the shade Ivory is a prefect match for my skin, and it leaves my skin looking lovely and dewy, it's super cheap too - even if it weren't I'd still repurchase this one every time.
Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer: This concealer is nice and creamy, it really brightens up the under eyes without being at all drying, it offers a good amount of coverage and is super quick and easy to apply, I even find myself using it to cover blemishes sometimes. It does what it says, and wakes you it. 
Chanel Soleil Tan De Chanel: A slightly more pricey one, but this product have definitely been worth it. It's a cream bronzer you can use as a base before you apply for foundation or after - out of habit I've been applying it over my foundation and it's worked wonders. It gives you skin a natural bronzed look - it doesn't look too much, even against my pale skin. It's not too orange or too grey, so can be used as a contour too. It's so creamy and blends like a dream, also a small amount goes a long way, so you get your moneys worth.
MUA Undress Your Skin Hightlighter in Gold - It's cheap but oh so pretty
The Eyes:
By Terry Ombre Blackstar in the shade Beyond Gold - Another pricey option but well worth it - this has the best last power, it's easy to apply and the colour is beautiful
Maybeline Lash Sensational - this mascara does good things to my rubbish lashes, add length, curl and volume and it doesn't smudge at all, something I struggle to find in a mascara.
Stila Stay All Day Liner - it stays all day - need I say anymore?! This eyeliner is a god send
False Lashes - Until 2015 I never really bothered with false lashes, now I can't go without them on a night out, they just finish off any make up look. First I have trouble applying them despite watching a million tutorial - then my friend told me she find it easier to use her fingers rather than tweezer to apply hers, and that trick has worked for me since. The ones I've got here are the Eyelure Fleur De Force in Fleur Loves - I especially love theses because they're somewhat subtle yet create a beautiful fanned out look, they're easy to apply and don't flick off at all because they're only half lashes.
Naked Palette especially Half Baked - I've basically worn Half Baked on every single night out I've been on this year, and always get compliments on my eye make up when I wear it.
The Brows:
Anastasia Beverly Hills DipBrow Pomade in the shade Auburn - It took a little while to get used to how little I need to apply to create the perfect brow look, but now I've got it down I wouldn't be without this.

The Lips:
NARS Heatwave - I've worn this for years, the shade is quite similar to MAC Lady Danger, it's a bright orange toned red with a matt finish. It had great stay power and it brightens up any make up look. 
Mac Velvet Teddy - 2015 is the first year I've found myself going for a nude lip, and it's all thanks to this one. It's another matt lipstick. This is the first nude shade I've tried I'd tried which I actually think suits my skin tone, rather than making me look unwell, so it's obviously became worn most days.
The Brushes: 
Anastasia Beverly Hills 15 Angled Cut Brow Brush - I love using this brush for apply my dipbrow. You can be so precise with it to create the perfect brow shape. 
Real Technique Bold Metals 301 Flat Contour - I just really love using this contour brush, the bristle are nice and short which makes me feel like I've got more control and it's the perfect shape to get into my cheek bones.
Zoeva Rose Gold 227 Soft Eye Definer - The brush is the perfect size, soft bristled fluffy blending brush, I think it's pretty similar to the MAC 217 brush for a fraction of the price
Zoeva Rose Gold 231 Petit Crease Brush - As the name implies, this brush is perfect for your crease. 
The Nails:
Essie Drying Drops: This is like magic in a bottle. I won't paint my nails without it. It dries your nails almost instantly which has saved my nails so many times because I'm such a nail smudger (yes, I did just make up that word, but you know what I mean, right?). 

What were your most loved products through 2015?