Another month has come and gone and yet again I’ve made it through a whopping amount of empties! Let me know if there’s anything you want a detailed review of x
Innoxa Hydroboost Sheet Mask*
Now this is going to sound petty, but I found it really difficult to work out how to apply it and ended up ripping part of it. Moving on from that, the mask itself was full of serum and absorbed nicely into my skin.
Erno Laszlo Hydra-Therapy Skin Vitality Treatment*
I found this mask was very different to the Firm & Lift Mask that I had recently tried from the brand. I found it wasn’t as thick which made it difficult to peel off. I think it also impacted the results, as I felt my skin didn’t look that amazing considering the hefty price tag.
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As a beauty blogger I get inundated with so many shampoo and conditioners. Yes I sound like I’m complaining, but to be honest I’m very lucky and so extremely grateful. While I try to review them all its just near impossible. But when I saw that Redken was introducing a scrub for your hair I was like, I have to try this! Redken has just launched their new Diamond Oil range and most importantly the first hair scrub in the market, Redken Diamond Oil Glow Dry Gloss Scrub*.
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As promised, I gave you all a break from my product empties. But now we’re back with vengeance! I’ve saved up so many empties, that I’ve got so many back up empties for next month. My recommendation is, get a coffee or a wine and settle in for the long haul xx
Nivea Post Shave Balm
When Nikki Tutorials raved about this product as a primer I jumped on the bandwagon. Its good but not amazing for my skin type as for me my concerns are my pores and oily skin. Click here for a full review.
Klara Cosmetics Zero Pores Primer*
If you like silicone primers than this is awesome. I don’t mind silicone primers so this was fine for me but not an all time favourite. Click here for a full review of the Klara Cosmetics brand.
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