So this was my first pop at anything other than standard pressed powder blusher. After watching another wonderful Beauty and the boutique video I had to give Katie's 'no make up make up' look a go.
I decided to go for the shade 'Flush' after reading the below description..
It's 2017 and without doubt time for us all to start thinking about our precious planet and how to be more kind to it.
I for one have been trying to do my bit and when it comes to products around my home I am considering how they may impact the environment and my body.
I seriously needed to ramp up my skincare routine from tired mum, end of day baby-wipe make up removing (eeeekk!) to actually considering how thirsty this process made my skin.
It was obvious that I needed to start the recovery process so after chatting with friends who told me of their botox ventures and facial acupuncture courses I decided that the first stop in my skincare recovery night programme would be facial oil.
It can get pretty confusing with all of the choice out there when it comes to health and beauty - BB, CC, DD and suchlike cremes seem to be multiplying by the month. I want to keep things simple yet have half used tubes of potions coming out of my ears!
At £43 for 30mls, in honesty this product feels like an indulgence to me. However when it comes to anti-ageing products if the reviews are good then I'm up for the trial.
After years of coveting this beautiful brand I finally purchased my first Diptique scented pillar candle earlier this month and oh what a treat for my little home.
Founded in Paris in the late 1950's by three friends driven by their creative passion, they began by designing luxury fabrics for the likes of Liberty. In 1961 they opened their first store where they sold their own design soft furnishings along with imported English scents - how wonderfully surprising to think that our English perfume houses were being introduced to the in vogue Parisian set at this time!
Every girl should have an Eight Hour Cream set in her make up bag, it's a long term essential for me, not part of my usual daily skincare routine but certainly very much needed as a standby hero fixing range and for when on my travels.
The Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant is a multifunctional product, I use it on chapped lips when my Lip Protectant Stick runs out, on elbows, knees and generally on any really dry parts of my body which are in need of some serious hydration.
Next to my best Rescue Remedy find in life so far...Dragon's Blood Hyaluronic Mask.
WOW - This product seemed to sort all my problem areas out.
A moisture drenched facial mask with instant visible results. Hyaluronic Acid and tensors immediately plump fine lines and tighten wrinkles whilst providing comfort to dehydrated skin. Dragon’s Blood reduces redness with anti-oxidant benefits whilst Gransil smoothes imperfections for a smoother and firmer complexion.
I cannot speak highly enough of this product & I need to order more asap - you simply have to try it and let the results do the talking. I didn't really use it as a mask, more of a deep skin night rescue remedy. After using this product I would wake up with soft, nourished feeling skin and my problem areas would be problem no more.
This is also sold in 50ml and lasted me around 5 months and costs £35 which is a wonder in itself.
I've always been team Aniston to be honest but like most people I really did hope that the Brangelina union would last. Not only was it all so public and seemingly hearbreaking for Jennifer Aniston but Brad and Angelina did really seem to be very deeply in love and perhaps they were..
It's the first time I've used Malibu Continuous Spray & while it may not be tanning weather in the UK at the moment, for those of you who are in the sun or planning to be in the near future this is one to try.