Keratin Revolution Argan Oil Illuminate Review

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Keratin Revolution is a UK born brand that provides formaldehyde free keratin treatment (permanent straightening) and a selection of aftercare products to look after your hair post treatment.  I have the Argan Oil Illuminate product to review (you can use them regularly too not just post treatment).  I am a big fan of light weight […]

I Can’t Move My Face: Clayspray Review

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I must be the last blogger on earth to try Clayspray.  But not to worry; sometime is better than never for most things.   Clayspray is ‘the world’s first emulsified clay masque’. It is made of the purest clay (65% red or white clay compared to other clay masks that contain around 15% clay) in […]

Paul & Joe Gel Foundation Review

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So my favourite foundation formula of all formulas is the cream compact, the reason being that it is for me the quickest base to apply, plus it seems to work on my dry skin.   Having said that it’s hard finding a good cream foundation – I have tried them all (probably) and they are […]

The Superdrug Beautycard £25 Challenge!

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There’s a Superdrug about 5 minutes walk from where I live (yeah!) so it has become my go to pharmacy/beauty stop shop.  Just as well that I was sent a Superdrug Beauty Card with £25 credit on it to spend.   I didn’t want to do a pointless shop – I wanted to get things […]

A Dedication to My Grandmother

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I haven’t blogged in a month, so I thought I should explain why… My Grandmother (actually my mums’ mum but we call her Gran) collapsed back in March – initially thought to have been just a fall, it actually turned out that she had suffered a hemorrhagic stroke, and by the time I saw her in […]

RMK Vintage Sweets Collection 2015 and Review!

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Having been a long time RMK fan (Creamy Foundation FOR EVER), I am always happy to see their new collections – they are quite a unique brand in the sense that they have the Japanese quality and restrained wearable edge (many Japanese brands focus on shimmery sheer washes of colour and wearable, pretty looks) along […]

The Wet Brush Review

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Didn’t they used to tell you not to brush your hair when it’s wet? Well, I always did – sorry – because if I waited till it was dry, I would look like a poodle. Now – I hate ouch-y brushes. I have one precious brush, a cheap old thing from Goody which is wonderful […]

Le Couvent des Minimes Baume D’Amour Loving Care Body Balm For Very Dry Skin Review

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Le Couvent des Minimes is a French brand which is a new discovery to me; the brand is related to Melvita and L’Occitane today, the Convent has an interesting history (read here) and today has been transformed into a Hotel & Spa.  The products from the range are inspired by the love and generosity that […]

Missha Soft M Matte Lip Rouge Lipstick MCR01 and MWN01 – Review

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I really am addicted to lipsticks, especially new formulas – his Missha Soft Matte Lip Rouge is hardly a new formula but I thought there was something quite slick about it’s Shu Uemura-ish clear packaging and I was intrigued by a matte and soft finish.   I love mattes, but with my horribly dry lips […]

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