Garnier-The strength restorer serum

6 Apr 2015

Hello everyone, once again its been a while since my last post due to a levels but I some how found a little bit of spare time to talk to you about the new Strength restorer serum from Garnier. I was browsing in boots about a month ago and came across the new hair range and thought I would give it a go as I have only ever tried oils in my hair, so I thought I would give a serum a go and see if it would help my split ends. I tend to apply this on the ends of my hair when wet, once I have combed it through. It makes your hair feel incredibly soft and I find when my hair is dry, the ends feel super soft and less dry than usual. I do also use a hair oil in my hair care routine and
I've recently had a trim so this may be why its in slight better condition, but I feel the serum has really helped. It also smells really good too!:)


Lets talk-Foundation

22 Feb 2015


Hello everyone, todays post I thought I would talk to you guys about foundation. I don't tend to wear a lot of foundation because I don't really like the way it feels on my skin however, there are some that I really enjoy using, which are surprisingly all from the drugstore.
1-Rimmel match perfection £6.99-first up is the rimmel match perfection which I think has to be my all time favourite. I think the reason why I like it is because it gives a dewy finish to the skin and looks really glowing and natural.  
2-Rimmel wake me up-Next up is another Rimmel foundation and this one has a little more coverage than match perfection. It also has flexes of shimmer running through which may appeal to some people but personally I think id like it more if it didn't have it. However, it has great coverage and stays well on the skin.
3-L'oreal Lumi magique- I recently brought this one from boots and was featured in my recent haul. I really love this one because again, its really glowing and makes the skin look really bright and dewy and has great coverage, but not too heavy either.
4- The body shop all in one bb cream-This one is great for those who prefer lighter coverage as it is really light on the skin and is pretty much like a moisturiser that turns the colour of your skin when you blend it in. I really like the idea of this because its great for school as it looks really natural on the skin but still looks like you have a little on.
5-L'Oreal Nude magique-so another L'Oreal foundation has been in my collection for quite a while, but I haven't really used it that much. I would defiantly wouldn't recommended this to those with dry skin because its matte I feel it clings to dry skin and can look a bit cakey. It also has a very light liquid consistency  which is great for those looking for a lighter coverage.
what is your favourite foundation? have you tried any of these?