Review – Vichy Idealia Eyes

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Tonight I was planning on writing about some of the goodies that I picked up at Olympia.Beauty yesterday. But then I realisd that I hadn’t taken any pictures as there wasn’t any sunlight left when I got home and then I remembered that I just had to tell you about this great Vichy Idealia Eyes contour cream that I’ve been using. Now if you’re like me you usually try out all face and eye creams for at least a week before you start to form an opinion of whether the product is doing good things for your skin and how you look.

But the thing is that I just can’t wait that long to tell you about this product!  I was impressed with this product from the moment I took off the lid!

This new generation eye contour idealiser is designed to illuminate, target signs of fatigue, dehydration and ageing. Its intended to make eyes appear brighter, smoother and more awake. But those are a marketing man’s words. For me, this product is so exciting! I loved the applicator that allowed me to see exactly when the cream is coming out and how much and allows me to smooth the cream onto the under eye area without applying pressure or dragging with my finger tips. Immediately I had applied the cream the shadows were gone and my under eye area was perfect! I can’t tell you what a difference it makes and how excited I am to put it on each morning.

The ingredients are great too  – DRM-Bright complex and Vitamin B3 to reduce dark circles, Vitamin CG to smooth fine lines, and Caffiene to energise. And of course there’s Vichy water in there too.

If you want to get your hands on this it’s on offer here for £19.55. I really don’t think you’ll begrudge a single penny of that!

Hazel

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Olympia Beauty 2014

Olympia View from Balcony

Every time I enter this amazing building I’m in awe of the architecture and the sheer scale of the exhibition space. I was so glad to have the press room to use as a base for a coffee and a seat before I set off on a tour of all the lovely brands. The generous goodie bag that was given to me right at the start of the day also put me in just the right mood.

My first port of call was the Art Pro Nail stand. I’d heard about their innovative computerised printing set up that can print anything at all onto your nails – nail art in a digital world! When I got to the stand I went to introduce myself and discovered that not only did they know who I was but they had already used images from my blog and Twitter and printed them on to a set of acrylic nails! I was blown away, not just by the technology but by the whole package. The customer engagement and service and the knowledge of the brand was absolutely on point. If I had only kept that one appointment my visit would have been worthwhile.

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Next on my list for a catch up was the lovely Louise from LA Skin Care. We’ve worked together on a giveaway and tweeted and e-mailed almost every day for a month but never met. The products are great and really work well and she was as lovely in person as she was in the blogosphere!

Next stop was an unexpected one at All That Jazz. I’d seen the brand once before at a show but as I passed by, the man handing out leaflets got tangled in the fringing – and that led to me getting the chance to speak to the lovely Jazz herself. It’s such a fresh young brand with a real buzz about it. I can’t wait to try the nail polish and the Bee Bar that I was gifted.

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As I walked on I came across Abdullah who told me about an holistic skincare brand Obey Your Body. The products are rich in Dead Sea Minerals and a demonstration of the gentle facial peeling gel was fascinating.

Another contact that I had made before the show was Danielle Everitt. She has an amazing brush set that’s called Final Checks. I’m so excited to try these. I’ve come really late to the party on this whole make up brush thing. I was just looking at my motley collection of brushes this morning and thinking that I should invest in a proper set and then pow! these came along.

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I also tried the Magnetic Mascara from Santhilea. The system is  3 step one that managed to make my short stubby lashes into long full ones. That not an easy thing to do! But I wasn’t able to get one to bring home as they were sold out by1pm! Great news for Santhilea but not for me.MagneticMascara

I can’t tell you how many more amazing brands that I saw and lusted over but there were plenty. I’ll be writing up reviews of the goodies that were in my press bag and some of the lovely gifts that I was given on the way round. So you can look forward to hearing about products from:

  • Alida
  • All That Jazz
  • ArtProNail
  • Australian Body Care
  • Dermalogica
  • Final Checks
  • Docteur Renaud
  • ibd
  • OPI
  • and more

Just before I left I saw Amy Childs at her perfume launch. I could easily have snapped a picture of her but thought that I would be professional and talk to her PR people. Sadly, my press pass and my having worked with another TOWIE related brand held no sway and they told me I could only take a photo if I bought a signed product. They didn’t even try to talk to me about it or share any details. Amy was so lovely and apologetic that she wasn’t allowed to oblige. She is stunningly beautiful and so much more engaging in real life. I really liked her and for that reason I’m going to try and get more info from her PR company. Watch this space.

And just in case you haven’t had enough of a flavour for the day then here are a few more snaps of some of you favourite brands.

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Elemis

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Thanks so much for visiting my blog today I hope you’ll drop by again soon!

Hazel

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Review – ARK Anti-Ageing Skin Protector SPF 30 Primer

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I’ve been reflecting on this product, the ARK Anti-Ageing Skin Protector SPF 30 Primer, and trying to sum up what it does and how it makes me feel and the words that popped into my head were simple – it makes me feel special! Now I don’t know whether it has anything to do with the glamorous surroundings that I was in when I was gifted this,  ( You can read about that here) or whether it’s because it’s beautifully presented but when I’m wearing this I just feel that my skin is  looking the best that it can look and that makes me feel confident.

Let me try to tell you more about the practical side of things rather that my whimsical thoughts!

The purpose of this Anti-Ageing Skin Protector is to perfect and protect. it has a an SPF 30 which is great becuase even when it’s not sunny I want to be sure that I’m protected against UVA and UVB rays.  It creates the perfect base for make-up and helps it to last  all day.

The consistency of the cream is silky but somehow dense – I’m not sure if that’s the right word. It feels like it has goodness packed in. It has vitamin E which is an anti-oxidant and provides photoprotection; shea butter to nourish skin and protect it from free radicals; and sunflower which is packed with vitamins and minerals.

As you apply the cream it appears to be quite white but has you smooth it on the skin it’s easily absorbed. My skin looks not shiny, not shimmery but glowing. Not in an overheated red kind of way, and not with obvious light reflecting particles –  it just has something  indefineable that works like magic! You should use it over your moisturiser either as a base for make-up or on its own. I’m sure that it will make you feel special too.

This award winning product comes in a 30ml pump dispenser that gives you just the right amount so that nothing is wasted. It costs £36.00 here and that puts it just about in my reach. I have a kind of cut-off point of £30 – £40 for any beauty  product  – more than that and it just feels too indulgent and I feel I have to wait for a special occasion to treat myself.

I’ve got some other ARK products that I want to try out but these things take time and I want to give you my honest considered view, so give me a week or two and come back and see what I think!

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Do tell me if you’ve tried and ARK products and I’d especially like to hear if you try this ARK Anti-Ageing Skin Protector SPF 30 Primer.

I’m looking forward to reading all your comments.

Hazel

 

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September 19, 2014 · 2:44 pm

Review – Thea Age Revival Uplifting Eye Care

I can’t tell you how exciting it is for me to discover new brands and what’s even better is when they are as promising as this one. Before I started to write about beauty I would pretty much buy products from a short list of about 5 or 6 brands. I bought what was right under my nose and what I could afford and I really didn’t know what amazing products are out there. I know that I’m only beginning to scratch the surface but little by little I find great brands and meet and engage with some lovely people who have great values and purpose. This brand, Thea, is one of my most recent discoveries. It was founded by Althea Tomlin in 2011. It’s inspired by the fusion of african and asian high performance natural skin care ingredients.

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Thea Age Revival Uplifting Eye Care is a gentle high performance uplifting and toning organic enriched antiaging eye cream.  It has an impressive list of natural ingredients that includes: organic aloe juice, hyaluronic acid, organic olive and jojoba oils, organic rooibos tea, organic lavender & pomegranate extract, evening primrose oil and organic blue algae.

For me eye creams are a big deal, at my age I need a lot of help with getting my eyes to look good. As a beauty blogger people take notice of what my skin looks like and the eyes are the focal point. I look for a product that lifts, tightens and smooth my eyelid so that when I apply foundation or eyeshadow it doesn’t settle in the fine lines and crepiness that are a fact of life for me. This eye cream from Thea ticks all those boxes for me. It’s rich and yet not greasy, it doesn’t make me have panda eyes by affecting my mascara and it doesn’t melt when I get warm (which I do often on the way to work on the tube). The most amazing part of it though that it has an almost instant lifting effect that I love!

 

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A 15ml pot costs £19.95 here and for me that’s good value. I’ve been using it day and night for over a week and I’ve hardly touched it. If I was to make any criticism of the brand (and believe me its a hard thing to do) it would be that the packaging isn’t as luxurious or professional looking as I would like. I know I’m fickle and that I can’t wear the pot. But I just love my packaging and how my products look on the shelf. Still, I’m planning on trying out more products from the brand and if they deliver like this Thea Age Revival Uplifting Eye Care  has then I’m pretty sure that I can get over how it looks on the outside.

Have you discovered any Thea products? I’d love to hear about them. Do leave me comments below.

Hazel

 

I received this product as a PR sample. The views are my own and I wasn’t paid to write this post.

 

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September 18, 2014 · 10:34 pm

Strand On Beauty’s top 5 beauty picks from the John Lewis autumn fashion magazine

John Lewis have released their fabulous Autumn Fashion magazine online! The magazine covers a fantastic variety of fashion and beauty items and I’ve been asked to pick my top 5!

Now John Lewis is a brand that I think of as being dependable and high quality and of course fair  – they always match prices so you get the best deal.  But to be honest I don’t usually think of them as inspiring but looking at their beauty feature is making me want to spend! Their take on the AW14 palette is a modern refresh of classic shades –  dusty blue eyeshadow, muted red lips, ballerina nails and gleaming skin.

So what about my top 5? In reverse order:

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NARS Duo Eyeshadow, South Pacific

This is a brand that is fast becoming one of my favourites. I”ve recently purchased the Sheer Glow foundation. This NARS duo eyeshadow  in South Pacific is definitely on my wish list. It costs £25.00 here.

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Lancome Grandiose Mascara in black. With my stubby straight lashes I’m always looking for a magic solution. This product promises “Fanned-out lashes, divine curves. Lancôme reinvents its mascara and unveils a new application technique that effortlessly creates perfectly open, full and even lashes.” It’s got rose cell extract too so I’m sold! It cosrs £24.50 here

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Buy Liz Earle Signature Lip Colour Online at johnlewis.com

There are a multitude of different shades of red lipstick and I think that there is the perfect shade out there for everyone. This,  mynumber three pick, is by the lovely Liz Earle. Not only is Liz Earle Signature Lip Colour, 02 Hibiscus the perfect shade for this transition from summer to autumn but it’s enriched with a blend of natural source vitamin E, avocado oil and shea butter. If this is your kind of lippy then you can buy it for £14.00 here.

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Buy John Lewis COLOUR Nail Polish, 10ml Online at johnlewis.com

For my runner up I’ve chosen a slightly girly pink nail polish from the John Lewis Colour range. I know it’s autumn but I just can’t bear to leave summer shades behind. It’s John Lewis COLOUR Nail Polish, 10ml, English Rose. This nail polish is made in the UK  and with a 2-in-1 formula it offers extended wear, and a glossy and chip resistant finish which is water and detergent resistant. Its also Toluene, Formaldehyde and DBP free. It ticks all the boxes.  It costs just £7.50 here.

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Buy Estée Lauder Perfectionist Youth-Infusing Makeup SPF 25, Fresco, 30ml Online at johnlewis.com

If you’ve been following me for a while you won’t be surprised that my top pick is from Estee Lauder. It’s the Estée Lauder Perfectionist Youth-Infusing Makeup SPF 25. This innovative product provides makeup with serum technology. They claim it brightens and perfect and reduces the look of lines.What’s not to like? It’s a little more expensive than I’m used to but with foundation and serum in one and a SPF25 it may just be worth it. It costs £37.00 here.

So what do you think? Would you have picked a different top 5? Take a look here and let me know what you would choose.

 

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September 15, 2014 · 10:49 pm

#Inside Out Beauty Event with ARK Skincare and the Elixir Clinic at Grace Belgravia

At the end of a long tiring week I was delighted to arrive at the oasis  of calm that is Grace Belgravia for an event with ARK Skincare and the Elixir Clinic. Tucked away in a select corner of London the women only club houses The Elixir Clinic, Grace Cafe, Grace Gym and Fitness, Grace Medical and even Grace Delivery!

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I was so pleased to be invited to the event by ARK as they were the very first company to approach me to write about their products on my blog. That was in March this year when I had only been blogging for a few weeks. Since then I’ve been an ardent follower of the brand and its progress and have been delighted that they have been winning awards for their gorgeous products.

The welcome from both the Elixir Clinic and ARK was so warm and the detox smoothies and sushi were stunningly laid out and tasted delicious. I should have taken a picture –  it looked so stunning but the evening was so interesting and the people there so engaging that I struggled to find time to fit in all my blogger duties!

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I was introduced to two ARK products that I was fortunate enough to be able to bring home with me in my goodie bag. These were the Anti-Ageing Skin Protector SPF30 Primer and the Regenerating Skin Defence. The Anti-Ageing Skin Protector SPF30 Primer provides skin perfecting daily defence. It contains Vitamin E, Shea Butter and Sunflower to leave the skin looking flawless all day long. It costs £36.00 here Regenerating Skin Defence is an innovative new treatment serum that uses advance plant stem-cell technology to regenerate skin cells and reveal brighter looking skin. It costs £70 here. I’ll be trying them out ver the coming weeks and you can be sure that this isn’t going to be the last you hear from me on these products.

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 While I was there I was also treated to a manicure and I felt really pampered. I was also able to try the full range of ARK products.

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 Then before it was time to leave I checked out the ladies room – always a measure of luxury in my book! I think it’s fair to say they passed my test!

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 If you haven’t tried any of ARK’s products then you should definitely give them a try. I really don’t think that you will be disappointed.

Hazel

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September 13, 2014 · 2:34 pm

Superdrug Unlock AW14

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Yesterday I was the guest of Superdrug and ZPR at  their press event – #Unlock AW14. I had such a lovely welcome and was able to see not only all the new  products for Autumn and Christmas but I saw some of them demonstrated in two masterclasses.

The first was a demonstration of a halloween/autumn look using products from the Superdrug B range. In the picture are the B.Complete Eyeshadow Palette in  Dead of Night containing three eyeshadows and a  primer, a B. lipstick in Gothika and B.Confident Colour Correction Cream SP45 in medium.

 

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First the BB cream was applied to give a dewy fresh look. Then  the eye shadow primer to prepare the eye and give the colour something to cling onto. To achieve the gothic look some kohl was applied. You can hear more about this in the report of the second masterclass  below. We were advised to apply kohl on the lash line before the eyeshadow was applied to give a smokey  blended effect. One really good tip is to use grey kohl when you use lighter colurs and black for darker colours. We also learned that when using several colours and blending them you should start with the darker colour and then use lighter colurs to lighten the look. Using the lighter colour at the inner eye really opens up the eye. Tips were coming thick and fast and I found out that really matte colurs are harder to blend than shimmery ones so if you want to blend choose shades with at least a degree of shimmer. After building a strong look around the eye we were told that  if you decide to make eyes and lips strong then you shouldn’t use strong colour on the cheek too. This is a bit of a change from the old advice to either choose lips or eyes. Times change.

 

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Aurumn/Gothic look masterclass

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Masterclass delegates

 

The focus then moved to the lips. We were shown how to create ombre lips. As it was a Halloween look the darkest part of the ombre look was creasted with black kohl and liner with the darkest shades at the corner of the lips. To set the colour on the lip eyeshadow went on top of the liner and then a second layer of liner and kohl was added to build depth. The beautifully rich Gothik lip colour was then added at the centre of the lips and on the cupid’s bow. That completed the glamorous Halloween Look.

We were invited to ask questions and then I went for a wander around to see more of the wide range of products but before very long I was lured back for another masterclass. This time to comcentrate on how to use liners and kohls to define the eye.

This time the  make-up artist used the Studio Lash & Line Eyeliner Collection. This is a super set that contains mascara, eyeliner, eye crayon and eyeshadow akk in one place with a really helpful pictorial guide in the box. This is just one of the kits that wil be available from Ocober for just £8.

 

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We were shown two looks both starting off with the silvery white eyeshadow over the primer base and then building drama with first the kohl and then on the other eye with the liquid liner. The look was stunning but when we were invited to ask questions I asked for advice for how to make the look work for an older woman. We agreed that it was best to avoid harsh black lines and to go for soft smokey lines and without doubt to avoid shimmer!

I had such an informative evening viewing the products and finding out more about them. There were far too many things to mention and in any case I wouldn’t want to spoil the surprise of all the great things that you’ll find in store at Superdrug  between October and December but I’ll show you a few more pics to g1ive you a flavour. I’ll also be reviwing some of the amzing products that I brought hiome with me. I’m sure that the value for money will be hard to beat. What I’ll be looking for stayability (is that a word?) too!

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So now you’ve got the flavour and it won’t be long before you can start to shop for all those Christmas presents. (oh dear, i’ve said thre C word!)  And you’ll also see lots of own-brand products that are so well priced that you won’t be able to stop yourself from  adding a few treats to your basket.

Oh and I almost forgot there was a whole health section there too that I only just had time to visit! So that was what kept me busy last night after work! Look out for reviews of some of the products that you’ve seen here and maybe a few more! So you have any favourite Superdrug products? Tell me about them below. I always answer my comments and appreciate every one.

Hazel

 

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September 11, 2014 · 10:02 pm

Review – dr.organic Bioactive Skincare Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner

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This  dr.organic Bioactive Skincare Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner has all the contemporary aspects that beauty bloggers love products to contain. It’s organic, it’s got argan oil and it got  vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. So I set out to find out how it is at doing the job it sets out to do – conditioning my hair.

Its branded as a restorative treatment conditioner. As such I thought that it would be a product that would be very rich that you might only want to use once in a while. It comes in a 200ml tub and has the consistency of a treatment in that it looks and feels rich and creamy. Once on the hair though it didn’t feel any more potent than your average conditioner and whilst I think that it does a reasonable job the results weren’t that dramatic. My  hair is shiny but certainly doesn’t feel like its had a treatment.

I’ve asked myself if this is because my hair is over processed and coloured and it’s just too much of a challenge. So I asked my daughter to try it and  she found it to be disastrous! She told me that for her the product was way too rich. In fact the morning after use her hair looked as though (and I use her words) she had dipped it in chip fat. She had to tie it back for the day as she was too embarrassed to wear it to work loose.

So I guess overall it’s not a bad product. but maybe it suits only certain types of hair – and neither my daughter or I have the right kind. Sorry dr.organic. Hopefully I’ll get to try some of your other products soon and you’ll have the chance to convince me that you’re great!

If you want to give it a try it costs £7.99 here.

Have you tried this product? Do you love it or loathe it? I’d love to hear.

Hazel

I received this as a PR sample. I wasn’t paid to write the post and the opinions are my own.

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September 9, 2014 · 10:18 pm

Facing the day: what goes on my face before I leave the house in the morning

I’ve a pretty standard routine and look each morning for my face. The brands may change from time to time and the shades with fashion and season but I’m a pretty much clean it, moisturise it and make it look as good as you can kind of woman. My day-time look is pretty stripped down and classic and I was quite surprised to see that there are 11 products that I regularly use before I let the poor defenceless London commuters see my face. Of course, I’ve reached that stage of life where I’ve become invisible as far getting second glances goes but I still like to think that I wouldn’t give anyone nightmares!

If I’m going out in the evening I might add some more colour with eye shadow or liner to counteract the effects of artificial light and sometimes I use a primer first to make the look last longer but the face that the folk in the office see has usually been treated with the following :

Boots Botanics Micellar 3 in 1 Cleansing Solution

I bought this because I thought I should see what all the fuss was about with micellar water. I went to buy the Garnier one and stumbled across this one instead. It works really well as a general cleanser but having run out of eye make-up remover, this is the product I’ve substituted as its gentle and thorough too. It’s an absolute bargain at £2.32!

Botanics Micellar Water

Vichy Normaderm Deep Cleansing Purifying Gel

I use this fresh feeling gel on a flannel or a muslin cloth so that it has a gentle exfoliating effect. It leaves my skin feeling soft and squeaky clean. Normally £11.00 it’s currently on offer for £8.25.

VICHY NORMADERM Purifying Cleansing Gel 200M

Vichy Normaderm Purifying Pore Tightening Lotion

Depending on whether my skin is feeling sensitive or a bit oily (it’s a bit unpredictable really) I use this lotion which I’d describe as a toner. It takes off ever last bit of residue and oil. It costs £12.00 normally but is on offer at £10.20 currently.

Vichy Normaderm Global Anti Imperfection Hydrating Care

I always, always, always moisturise my skin. It makes a great base for make-up to smooth on and provides the much-needed hydration that my ageing skin needs. This one isn’t to greasy and sinks well ino the skin. It’s on offer for £13.15 (usually £15.50)

Vichy Liftactiv Serum 10 Eyes & Lashes

This gentle eye-cream smooths out my crepey eyelids and hydrates the whole eye area. I use it over the whole lid area and underneath the eye including the waterfall area. A little goes a long way and one pump is enough for both eyes.  It’s on offer for £21.25 rather than the usual £25.00.

Vichy LiftActiv Serum 10 Eyes and Lashes 15ml

Nars Sheer Glow Foundation Medium 2 Santa Fe

I’m really please with this foundation, It seems to be recommended by many beauty writers and for me it has just the right amount of coverage for a fresh look that isn’t at all cakey. A very little goes a long way. I’m still irritated by it not having a pump. This may well deter me from re-purchasing. There’s 20% off at present and you can buy it now for £24.40.

NARS Cosmetics Sheer Glow Foundation (Various Shades)

GOSH Defining Brow Gel Light Brown

This is a great product that does exactly what it says. It defines the brow. I’ve got sparse brows and this one colours and defines the brow hairs. It stays on all day. It’s only available in store at Superdrug at £4.99.

Gosh Defining Brow Gel

Sleek  MakeUP Brow Stylist Light 716

This is a repurchas and I’m really content with the colour and look of this product. It stays on well and is a good partner to the brow gel above and I use it to fill in the gaps and to extend the brow line.  This budget brand seems to really be delivering the goods these days. It costs £5.99.

GOSH Double Precision Mascara in Black

Before I tried this product I’d been using an amazing up market product wo to be fair thia drugstore brand didn’t really stand much chance by comparison. That said this is a perfectly good mascara. I don’t really need to have two brushes and it makes the product rather unwieldy but I’m perfectly happy to use it for my day time look It costs just £7.99.

GOSH Giant Blush in Pink Parfait

This blush stick is a revelation! It’s a colour and  format that I would never have chosen and yet I’ve forsaken my high-end powder blush for this budget stick blush. It’s soft and creamy and changes to powder on the skin. The colour is perfect. I hope it lasts and lasts. It’s just £6.99.

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Paul & Joe Beaute Lipstick in Standing Ovation (?)

I can’t be sure of the sahde of this gorgeous lipstick but I’ve worn it every day since I got it. It’s perfection as far as I’m concerned. Now I want all the colours!  A refill costs £14.00. Here it is in all it’s gorgeous glory.

Paul & Joe Lipstick

How many products do you need on your face before you can get out of the door? I’d love to hear. Comments below will all be answered.

Hazel

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September 7, 2014 · 2:58 pm

News, Offers & Discounts Issue 34

Time to tell you what’s new and offer this week.

 At Escentual there’s  Anna Sui’s La Nuit de Boheme on offer from £24.65.

Lookfantastic have Brand New September Codes:

Extra 15% off the Half Price Sale when you spend £45

Includes Glamglow, bareMinerals, Elemis, REN and many more great brands!

Code: SALE45

Valid until 9th September

15% off when you spend £55 / €60

Code (£): LF1555
Code (€): LF1560

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£10/€10 off when you spend £60/€60

*New customers only
Code (£): NEWSAVE10
Code (€): NEW10LESS

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Top New Makeup Offer

Check out the BRAND NEW additions to the Too Faced range. 

Valid until 9th September

Top New Skincare Offers

BRAND NEW Award Winning Skincare

Introductory offer – Enjoy 3 for 2 on hand chemistry
Clinically proven to improve skin texture, firmness, hydration, elasticity and smoothness.

Valid until 9th September

Eve Lom is BACK!
Achieve naturally radiant skin with the Eve Lom Radiance Collection. A trio of products specifically designed to illuminate the skin whilst giving a younger look, giving you a refreshed complexion.

Save 40% on the RRP. 

Top New Haircare Offers

Save 25% off Award Winning Haircare Brands
Includes Kérastase, Redken, Wella and many more

Valid until 9th September

Supersized Moroccanoil is back with 25% extra free!
Instantly absorbing, Moroccanoil Oil Treatment helps eliminate frizz, easily detangles your locks and provides long term conditioning.

Valid until 9th September

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£10 will be donated with every ghd coral styler sold

Valid until 9th September

Have a good hair day, every day and save £10 on the best selling GHD Gold Series, it’s now only £115.00.
Larger plates instantly tame the fiercest curls, the longest locks and Afro-Caribbean hair; letting you create your style in no time.

Valid until 9th September
Have a good time shopping!
Hazel
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September 4, 2014 · 8:00 pm