I have been emptying ..... here are the products I love and the products I am not sure about.
What are the products you keep repurchasing and the one you were disappointed with ?
The "babes" products, that I either tried recently and fell for or the products that I have been repurchasing.
Klorane Quinine B6 Shampoo not the cheapest product but it does work for me £7 but there is often offer on French Brands on either Escentual or feelunique so I would recommend stock up when it happens. It definitely helped making my hair look and feel fuller and helped with hair loss too, my hair feels less weak.
Tresemme Keratin Smooth Restoring Conditioner does what it says, I would apply on my ends or mid length and it would detangle soften and repair my crappy ends.
COLab-Extreme-Volume give an amazing "soufflé" effect to my hair repurchased several time and will keep doing it.
Elemis herbal lavender repair mask you just need it whatever you skin type it is perfect, whenever your skin is being naughty or has a skincare routine it is just very good not cheap not gonna lie but you'll get a good use out of it especially if you use it as a t-zone mask.
The Body Shop camomile cleansing butter second one and I have another one in reserve, removes makeup like nothing else and easy to use.
LIZ EARLE brightening treatment mask I really like this mask either before a party or after a party it just refreshes and plump the skin, like a splash or cold water but in a fresh creamy version. I use it in the shower as it only needs to be apply for like 1 minute, really nice I need to get another one.
Caudalie make-up removing cleansing oil luxurious but no cons removes makeup smells gorgeous and leave your skin soft, to try if you can splurge a bit.
Body Shop olive beautifying oil I just added spray top to this oil, and it is the best way cuz then it is easy and not time consuming so you can make the most of this iconic-ish product.
Rimmel clear complexion powder : cheap and does the job so amazing value for money easy to use, was already in my favourite.
Elizabeth Arden 8hours lip balm in my favourites in the last month.
MALIN + GOETZ sulfur paste it is not cheap but you will use it for several month, you just apply it on the spot, sleep then it is dry or at least diminished. Let me know if you know any similar product.
MUA £1 brow pencil in Blonde can be find at Superdrug, no words for that but amazing value for money this is my second one, and will probably repurchase another one.
Benefit pore professional, iconic product, one of the best primer on the market, not cheap but good so look for any offer and get it. (a bit silicony so if you don't like that that's a pass).
Caudalie vinosource s-o-s thirst quenching serum perfect for dehydrated but tend to get oily skin, it is a light but deep get-in the skin in seconds moisturizing serum. I have got the full size yet but will probably be in my next skincare purchase, as I said you can find nice offer on this kind of brands on several beauty websites.
the Not-So-Into-It products:
Elvive fibrology shampoo, left my hair a bit sticky, not feeling super clean, I think the other products in the range are good though so need to check these out.
Elemis Balancing Lime Blossom Cleanser, it is a very good cleanser and a very big bottle, but same it is pricey and I have tried other cleanser which do the same or best for cheaper, but you know I love Elemis so I might try it again at some point just to check.
Dermalogica daily microfloiant, it is a good product, but I think that the value for money here is not the best hence it is not a favourite.
EVE-LOM morning cleanser, I just don't like the smell of it and it is expensive so meh, but if you like balmy and plant scented things maybe check it in a SpaceNK you might enjoy it.
Maybelline brow pencil, every time I was trying to sharp it it would go sticky and yucky so no.
Smashbox primer, very silicony and not so great value for money even though it really does the job, it is not my favourite.
Have you ever use any of these above? what product do you always use up ?
see you next week