24 May, 2014

~ Beauty Blog Link Love 25/05/14.

Ever wonder how many products a beauty blogger uses in one day? Find out in Phyrra's Makeup Wars Beauty Diary!

Jenn from Spiced Beauty show you her favourite quick and easy makeup removal method! Do you use any of these?

Nude nails are notoriously difficult to pull off...unless you happen to find the perfect shade. Discover one such tasteful option over at Makeup Morsels.

How do you feel about brightening and whitening products? Come add your voice to theNotice's discussion about the new Moisture White Shiso range by The Body Shop.

Want Summer ready skin? Check out a few of Sophie's fresh face essentials at Makeup Wonderland!

Is change good when it comes to the reformulation of NARS Lip Glosses? Check out Lisamarie from Beauty Crazed's swatches and decide for yourself!

What would summer be like without some dewy glimmer? Beauty Info Zone shares the beautiful Beauty Addicts GlimmerSheers for your drooling pleasure.

Beauty Reflections shows us the really NEATSephora Collection Double Down Brush Set!

Have you ever wanted to try Mally Beauty? Now is your chance! Head on over to Pammy Blogs Beauty to check out her review and enter her giveaway!!

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17 May, 2014

- Fresh Face Essentials!

Today I thought I would round up a few products that I have been using a lot in recent months and been really enjoying. The theme seems to be my face for these.. I’ve been really liking trying new products and finding things that really work for me and my routine.

So first off is the Good Things Manuka Honey Refining Scrub. My goodness this product is absolutely divine! It’s like a luxurious exfoliation and every time I use it I feel like I am smearing oats and honey onto my face. It’s rich in texture and quite sticky in application, but it is so hydrating and the scrubby bits (oatmeal) gets rid of dead skin cells while injecting lovely moisture into your skin with the oils and honey that are in it. Sold? You should be!

This next product is a pricey one but I’m not getting any younger and anything that can help with the aging process and do a good job is a winner for me. This serum from Beauty Lab is lovely, I apply it after cleansing and it soaks in so quickly so that I can moisturise. I focus this in areas such as my forehead, brow line and around the eyes (not too close). Basically, where you would have botox injections. I don’t know if this is botox in a bottle exactly (I've never had the real this), but I have seen and felt differences, my skin feels great and looks more plump when I use this daily.

Bioderma! Everyone and their Mother has used this and I’m probably way late to the party! You know what though? I really like it! At first I didn’t see what the big deal was – I had heard and read so many positive reviews on this and I wasn’t sure why. I’ve come to realise its great though… I use it for my skin, to cleanse it. It removes makeup and leaves my face super fresh and clean feeling. It also works on eye makeup and I sometimes use it for that, but usually on days where I’m not wearing much (rarely). It felt a bit too much like hard work when I wear heavy makeup and an oil based remover does the job quicker.

Last but certainly not least, this little pot of joy from Lush! First off, it smells absolutely flippin’ divine! Like popcorn and all sorts of sweet yumminess. This is for face and body, I am yet to try it on my body though. I do love it for my face though, it has gentle exfoliant in it and it reveals fresh feeling skin that is softer than soft with a delicious scent that hangs around. You just take a small amount in your palm with a few drops of water to form a thick paste. I would tell everyone to try this. It is truly lush!

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14 May, 2014

St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub.

I love exfoliating my face. There is no better feeling that scrubbing away the old cells and revealing soft, fresh skin. One of my favourties to exfoliate with had always been the St. Ives Apricot Scrub*, but I have to be honest and say that after seeing so may other products on the market, I stopped repurchasing this in favour of trying out new things.

Since last using this the packaging has changed quite a bit and I like the look now, it's more fresh and modern. There are also different scrubs for different types of skin. Mine is the invigorating fresh skin scrub and I have fallen in love with this product all over again!

It really does exfoliate deeply and leave me with skin that feel smooth and looks brighter, as well as instantly more radiant. It's also great for the body too, I love using it on my legs before I epilate or shave. Because it is quite a deep exfoliation I would recommend being gentle and not using this daily. I use it 2-3 times a week.

It smells great, exfoliates excellently and it is cheap. What more could you need? I think I am back on the St. Ives scrub bandwagon again!

What scrubs do you guys love?

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12 May, 2014

Beauty Blog Link Love 11/05/14.

Want Cara-esque brows that can last through a workout, all from a pencil? Makeup Morsels has the scoop.

Over at theNotice, Rae's found the perfect spring eyeshadow in Benefit's Always a Bridesmaid. Read her review, or check out the super quick, super easy eye look she created with it!

Lisamarie from Beauty Crazed discovers that mascara doesn't have to be expensive to be good - check out her Hard Candy Lashaholic Super Volume Mascara swatches and see if you agree!

Phyrra shares her April beauty favorites! See her must have items.

Jenn from Spiced Beauty find a new Highlight & Contoured Cheek Duo from Hard Candy which changes the beauty game!

Sometimes the littlest items can be the best. What does Beauty Info Zone consider to be so special from Tarte?

Beauty Reflections shows us the new Shu Uemura Tint in Gelato Lip and Cheek Colors!

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