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Sunday, 22 November 2015

Big empties #2

I have been, body, face and makeup stuff so here are the + and the mehhh :

(left pic) top left is Hair, middle is Face, right is body (well I have not kept all my shower gel and deo otherwise that would be a bed full of it cuz I wash and try not to stink a lot).

1) Hair prods I would recommend:

hsalfhlaThe GHD hairspray already mentioned on a favs (August) it is like Elnett in even better ans often on offer ( or GHD website). The Beauty Protector I used to leave it on my hair at night then wash in the morning and I have very thin a super damaged hair, this would really help making them survive my heat and straightener regime so £16 at birchbox. John Frieda hairspray really nice not sticky non greasy but helped my hair to stay decent (less than £5 at Boots, Superdrug...). And the John Masters detangler which was a fave (September) £16 at Birchbox just simply did miracle with my tangled thin hair.

2) Body : 

Elemis shower cream, i got this in a set and I am glad, it is expensive but it is really like having a mini spa moment in your shower it would be a perfect gift for Mum, Aunt or Friends as it is a shower treat british-botanical-shower-cream, Elemis have quite often offers and can be find on other website  lookfantastic, fragrance .
The body shop English garden ... because it smells good, is affordable and for a body spray it does stay all day long.

3) Face : I tried really good skincare these last weeks :)

From left to right : LIERAC-luminessence-illuminating-complexion-corrector-serum it is very expensive but it last long and makes your skin feeling like satin, I fund it on offer at so can be find for cheaper and in that case get it.
Bioderma micellar water for combination/oily skins, I will always buy it I think, can be find at Boots or
The Body shop Camomile butter cleanser here it is a lovely product that become like a light oil once melt in your hands take all the makeup off used it to remove my eye makeup it was so easier than to use a lotion on a pad, I will defo get another one soon. I would use it only at night as I need something more tonic and fresh to wake me up in the morning.
Liz Earle cleanse-and-polish-hot-cloth-cleanser everyone needs this can be use as a night or morning cleanser, it has a soft creamy texture and leaves the skin fresh and the smell is a bit herbal/minty it is just a must-have. 
The tea tree pads from Superdrug I am currently using the pads from First Aid beauty (which I really like) and I feel like these tea tree ones are even better when you have blemishes or just a combination/oily skin, they are super cheap and super easy to use, nice fresh smell and definitely good to purify your skin.

4) Makeup :

Erborian cc cream was in my favs in September, and I already have a back up of it it is good coverage a hint of colour and it feels like skincare in the same time, i just add powder on top as I have quite oily skin but I just like it it does not break me out so love it. (even the small size £17 last me about 2 months so still not too expensive).
Rimmel Stay Matte primer, really good not too mattifying so don't get scared sensitive skin I guess for winter you should not use it but good for summer, for me combi/oily it was really lovely paired it with the cc cream and was working well together, it is a very affordable creamy feeling (not silicony) 
£6 I will very likely get another one (also not gonna lie I have about 4 primers I ned to test first as a makeup addict does ya know).

5) I have a few Meehhh products which are not bad but just did not work for me and I will let you know why: 
The sanctuary body scrub : really fine scrub so really nice for arms but not enough for summer hen you are trying to fake tan.
Dr Brandt CC mat: love the colour the finish but slightly too liquidy for my taste as you can see I still used it as it was still good I guess I need creamier texture but this is just me, I would definitely say that the quality of the products is good.
Sure Bright bouquet, amazing smell but withe traces :( .
Bioderma makeup remover, lovely for sensitive skins not strong enough for the dirt on my combi skin.

Hope it gave you some ideas, it there is any prod I have not review but that you would like me to.
What have you been used up and will defo re purchase recently ????

thanks x

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