This is just another sob story on how I completely killed my hair with permanent hair colour time and time again from a young immature age.
These colourful hair dyes have made their home in every Penney’s (Primark) I’ve come across the past month, which I was excited to see. The Colorista range has a variety of different colours to choose (which you can also check out on the official website), from pretty beaches to bold blues, amazing pastel colours and kits that will help you achieve the perfect ombre/dip dye/highlights for your hair. Although I had blonde hair, which will be perfect for any of the colours mentioned above and more, I decided to go back to being your average brunette as it’s the hair colour that suits my features most. So I decided to try out the shade Marsala.
My review? Check it below!
*Excuse the horrible feature photo but this was at night and I found it extremely hard to photograph this sparkly box!
I’ve come to that point in my life where once again I’m bored with my hair. So comes the task of removing all that hair colour build up in my hair from the past two years in preparation for change. I’ve been a mix between medium to dark brown, never going beyond darker or lighter, especially not black as that was beyond difficult to remove last time around. I decided to try out Colourless this time instead of Colour B4 which I’ve used before, as I’ve come across great reviews for it. My experience? Check it out below!
I decided to give Clarins another chance at winning me over, after the disappointment I had with their ‘4 Colour Eyeshadow Palette’ recently – which you can check the review out by clicking here.
I was gifted the Clarins Paris Mascara Supra Volume in 02 Intense Brown (also available in 01 Intense Black), a product which was recently released as part of their Autumn 2016 collection, and was intrigued to try it out in the brown shade, as usually with eye products I stick with matte black colours, especially with eyeliner and mascara. So I was excited to give it a go. But did it live up it’s expectations?
Every so often I like to try out new foundations from different brands. I have been an avid lover of Rimmel London foundations for years, but this time I thought I’d try out something from the Catrice range, as I’m always browsing the little stall in all the Penneys stores.
To say I was excited to be gifted this would be an understatement. Opening up the box, taking out the palette in it’s red leather pouch to find the shiny gold box, I nearly keeled over. The company put a lot of thought and attention into making their products eye catching, it won me over before I even opened the palette!
Every since I’ve started working full-time, my poor hair has been sorely neglected. I literally just have no time in the mornings or evening to do anything fancy with it, other than wash and straighten it.
I’ve used Batiste Dry Shampoo ever since it came out, trying out different brands along the way but have never found anything that matched up to it’s standards. Until now!
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