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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Another month, another round of empties. This month’s a bit different as I started off by clearing out some old and unloved items from my beauty collection. Below is a stack of lip products that I’ve decided to throw away as I don’t use them. Not a negative, some are really good but I just don’t use them.
Wella SP Colour Save Conditioner
I’ve repurchased this conditioner multiple times, not because I think its amazing but because my hairdresser recommended it. Don’t think its anything special and will try something new.
Sephora Argan Hand Mask*
The packaging of the hand mask is amazing! No leakage and easy to use. I found that it did hydrate my hands but at the same time wasn’t anything special. Might try again before my wedding…
Estee Lauder DayWear BB Cream
One of the best BB Creams I’ve ever tried but its a tad light so its time to bin it. Really good coverage and lasts well on oily skin. I got my girlfriend hooked on it and she swears by it as her every day foundation.
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We’ve all seen sheet masks popping up left, right and centre. And one brand that continually seems to be bringing out new and even more amazing sheet masks is, Skin Republic. Skin Republic is a drugstore skincare brand that specialises in sheet masks. Here’s a few of the masks I’ve tried and my thoughts.
Skin Republic Collagen Hydrogel Under Eye Patch*
My first introduction to the brand was with their under eye patches. And let me just say it was love at first use! They were easy to apply, you had some time to move them, cooling on the eyes and overall it was a no fuss product. After taking off the eye masks, I noticed my under eye area was not as puffy, more hydrated but without having too much liquid. I think these are best used before an event, and because they don’t have too much residue you can apply makeup on top of it.
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