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Monthly Favourites – October 2018

Monthly Favourites – October 2018

 

In no particular order!!

 

 

 

 

Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation

Revolution Conceal and DefineThe excitement I experience when I first heard about the launch of this product was – in a word – overwhelming. I LOVE the Conceal & Define Concealer, so when I heard about this!? Well. I had high hopes, and they were met beautifully.
Full Review & Swatches
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Lottie London “Harry” Blush Crush

Lottie London Blush CrushThe Blush Crush collection is one I have used for some time, but this month I have been loving the gorgeous burnt tone of the “Harry” blush. It is a red toned blush that is so wearable and somehow still seems to looks natural.
Full Review & Swatches
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Natural Collection Definition Mascara

Natural CollectionThis mascara is not the most over the top false lash effect mascara, but that’s exactly why I love it. It gives such a natural finish to the lashes that is perfect for every day and “no makeup” days. It doesn’t clump, it just glides on and brightens everything up. Plus, this whole collection is so darn cheap!
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LivOliv “Polished Hazelnut” Nail Polish

Another product which isn’t particularly new to me, but these polishes have the most beautiful finish. They are so easy to use, dry quickly, and the shade range is just stunning. Polished Hazlenut in particular has got me this month though, it makes me feel all autumnal!
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LUSH Bath Bombs

This one feels a little vague but there isn’t really on bath bomb that I could pin down! The whole experience of a bath bomb is just sheer genius, and with the weather turning colder and the evenings getting darker, is there really anything better than a bath bomb?
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Johnny Concert “Desert Trap” Amplified Eyeshadow

Johnny ConcertAlthough I am not usually into single eyeshadows (I do love a good chunky palette!) when the shade is as stunning as this!? I am all over it. I actually received this in a Cruelty Free Beauty Box, and it is amazing! These can be bought individually and there are so many other shades too!
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W7 Photo Shoot Foundation

W7 Photo Shoot FoundationThis is a new product for me and has quickly made it into my favourites! It has the perfect demi-matte finish (I would say satin..) and a good medium coverage. Not over the top and still looks natural, super affordable, definitely a winner!
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Natura Siberica Nourishing Facial Mask

Natura SibericaYet another Monthly Favourites finishing off with a good face mask! When the weather starts to turn as it has been, I like to steer towards more nourishing masks than my usual detox ones. This is just heaven in a tube. It leaves skin feeling plump and moisturised and glowing!
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Monthly Favourites – September 2018

Monthly Favourites – September 2018

 

 

Here are the products I have been loving in September 2018!

 

 

 

 

LUSH Slap Stick Foundation

Lush FoundationThis beautiful little egg is such a joy – even looking at it makes me smile. Not only is it creamy and blendable, but also has zero packaging (other than its’ recyclable box). There are so many shades to find the perfect match – and the “shade finder” on Instagram is just awesome!
Full Review & Swatches
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Superdrug Toothpaste

I honestly never thought i would get so enthusiastic about toothpaste. But! As a product that is generally thought to be quite difficult to find cruelty free options, Superdrugs’ own brand toothpaste is just that. It is easily accessible, super affordable, and gets the job done. There are various types to choose from and usually an offer on to make it even cheaper! Go Superdrug!
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BH Cosmetics Carli Bybel Palette

This palette is so stunning it could geniunely just be used as display – but that would be far too much of a waste! The shade selection is ridiculously pretty, and the highlighters!? Oh, the highlighters…

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Natura Siberica Cleansing Foaming Mousse

Natura SibericaI actually became obsessed with this cleanser pretty quickly. It is so quick and easy to use – even on lazy days. It lasts SUCH a long time and leaves skin squeeky clean and super smooth. Plus it is darn cheap!
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Jasmine Rebecca “Butterfly Kisses” Candle

Jasmine Rebecca Butterfly KissesAlthough I have had this for some time now (April 2018!) it is still one of my absolute favourites. The scent is gorgeous, and it is lasting so well! A beautiful brand from a beautiful person!
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Lily Lolo “Blondie” Mineral Concealer

Lily Lolo

This is another product that isn’t particularly new to me, but I still love it. It remains to be the only powder form concealer that I use and is perfect for “no makeup-makeup days”. This is lasting me ages which is a winner for the price.
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Dirty Works Detox Mud Mask

Dirty Works

Who doesn’t love to finish off with a good face mask!? OK so this has been in one of my “Monthly Favourites” before – but it really is that good! The tube has lasted for such a long time, and for £3.00? There literally is nothing bad I can say about this little gem.
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W7 Photo Shoot Foundation Review and Swatches

W7 Photo Shoot Foundation Review and Swatches

W7 Photo Shoot Foundation Review and Swatches!!

 

W7 Photo Shoot Foundation

 

W7 is a brand I came across on YouTube actually (thank you Stephanie Lange!) during my ongoing hunt for affordable Cruelty Free make up brands. I was extremely intrigued by W7, not only is their packaging super duper cute but their products are so affordable! Plus they actually looked pretty decent, so I dived in.

The first product I wanted to try was the W7 Photo Shoot Foundation.

 

“Photoshoot Foundation is a creamy foundation with a full coverage.

The foundation has the staying power of up to 16 hours and is your go-to “budge-proof” base!”

 

W7 Photo Shoot Foundation

 

 

W7 Photo Shoot Foundation

 

 

Sounds dreamy yes? And to be perfectly frank, it is just that. Dreamy. The consistency of this foundation is bang in the middle – not too thick and not too runny. It is super easy to blend and yes – it is pretty full coverage! I tend to steer towards light to medium coverage as I fear the dreaded “cake face” that may accompany a fuller coverage foundation, but this was a pleasant surprise! I wouldn’t say it blanks everything out, but it kind of airbrushes the skin and blurs away imperfections.

 

 

 

 

The finish I would refer to as a satin-matte. It isn’t dewy, but also not completely flat. It keeps a slight sheen to it that keeps your skin actually looking like skin – just flawless skin! I do finish with a powder around areas that I tend to get a bit oily and they sit absolutely fine on top. And does it last 16 hours? Actually I have no idea, does anyone need makeup to last that long!? But it definitely lasts me a good 8-10 hours which is plenty long enough for me to keep makeup on my face.

W7 Photo Shoot Foundation

 

It does have a slight scent to it that I can’t quite pin down, but it isn’t strong and I really don’t mind it. The only thing I don’t like about the W7 Photo Shoot Foundation is the packaging. When I say packaging I don’t mean the literal packaging, I actually love the frosted glass with the black (super chic). But, the application method behind this I do find a little tedious. It is just a bottle really, so no doe-foot applicator or even a pump. This can make getting the product out a little long winded, but then it does apply beautifully to the skin. And for the ridiculously affordable price of £6.95 I really am not complaining! A pump or something would be the cherry on top, but even so this is an awesome foundation that has not let me down!

 

 

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W7 Photo Shoot Foundation

 

Related Reviews:
Revolution Conceal and Define Foundation Review and Swatches
e.l.f. Flawless Finish Foundation Review and Swatches

Revolution Conceal and Define Foundation Review

Revolution Conceal and Define Foundation Review

Revolution Conceal and Define Foundation Review

 

Revolution Conceal and Define

 

 

I was beyond ecstatic when I heard there was going to be a foundation in the Revolution Conceal and Define collection. I am lover of Revolution products in general, but their Conceal and Define Concealer is a firm favourite of mine. While I do love their Fast Base Stick Foundation (Full Review & Swatches) I am still figuring out the best way to use it on my skin. But THIS!? I had high expectations for this being the big sister of the matching concealer, so does it live up to them?

 

“Offering lightweight yet buildable coverage in 24 skin-true shades, this versatile foundation is designed to suit every skin type and tone. With an oil-free yet creamy and comfortable formula that dries down to a long-lasting, demi-matte finish, it won’t settle into fine lines or cling to dry patches. Housed in a luxe glass bottle with a jumbo doe-foot applicator for greater control and less waste, this foundation offers highly pigmented coverage that can be layered or diffused to suit your look. Swipe on and blend out to ramp up the coverage for a ‘real skin’ finish that diffuses blemishes and uneven skin tone. Or let your complexion’s natural character shine through using a small amount with a damp beauty sponge for veil-like coverage.”

 

 

So starting with the packaging, it really is almost too much to handle. Literally the grown up version of the concealer, it still has the rose gold details and even a doe-foot applicator! I know some may think using a doe-foot to apply foundation may not be the most sanitary, I personally don’t have an issue with it as concealers are in this format anyway so I don’t really see a difference. It is a fairly decent size (0.8fl oz/23ml) and at £9.00 is super affordable.

 

 

 

 

On to the shades. There are 24 – yes,24 – shades to choose from. This part was pretty easy for me as I already have the Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer (Full Review & Swatches) so was able to match to that. But if this is new to you, they have detailed shade descriptions to help. I was intrigued to see whether the shades are identical to the concealers, which they pretty much are. This matches me perfectly – although when I have a tan (fake, obvs) it will probably be slightly too pale – something I didn’t think about when matching to my usual concealer.

F0.5 – For fair skin tones with a pink undertone 
F1 – For fair skin tones with a neutral undertone 
F2 – For fair skin tones with a yellow undertone 
F3 – For fair skin tones with a cool undertone 
F4 – For light skin tones with a pink undertone 
F5 – For light skin tones with a golden undertone 
F6 – For light/medium skin tones with a neutral undertone 
F6.5 – For light skin tones with a yellow undertone 
F7 – For medium skin tones with a neutral undertone 
F8 – For medium skin tones with a warm undertone 
F8.5 – For light/medium skin tones with a yellow undertone 
F9 – For medium skin tones with a peach undertone 
F10 – For medium skin tones with a golden undertone 
F10.5 – For medium skin tones with a warm golden undertone 
F11 – For medium/dark skin tones with a peach undertone 
F12 – For medium/dark skin tones with a neutral undertone 
F12.5 – For medium/dark skin tones with a golden undertone 
F13 – For medium/dark skin tones with a golden undertone 
F13.5 – For medium/dark skin tones with a neutral undertone 
F14 – For dark skin tones with a cool undertone 
F15 – For dark skin tones with a red undertone 
F16 – For dark skin tones with a warm undertone 
F17 – For deep dark skin tones with a neutral undertone 
F18 – For deep dark skin tones with a warm undertone

Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation Swatches

 

The application is great, as you would expect from a liquid foundation really and the doe-foot doesn’t really alter anything – although it does actually help avoid mess! Blending wise this was SO easy. It just melts onto the skin and blends out beautifully but still keeps the coverage (I prefer the finish using a beauty blender). I wouldn’t say it is completely full coverage, but still full enough that I probably wouldn’t wear it every day and more for occasions or when I want flawless looking skin (it has a gorgeous satin/matte finish). I would say a medium to full coverage, but it is buildable so if you want to cover everything you can.

Revolution Conceal and Define Foundation

 

 

Overall, I geniunely love this foundation. Everything about it is exactly what I hoped for. The coverage, the finish, even the packaging. This has got to be my favourite collection from Revolution – just a powder to finish it off now please!?

 

 

 

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Related Reviews:
Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer Review & Swatches
Revolution Fast Base Stick Foundation Review & Swatches
Revolution X Soph Full Collection Review & Swatches

Monthly Favourites – August 2018

Monthly Favourites – August 2018

 

In no particular order as always!

 

Cruelty Free

 

 

Obsession Customizable Eyeshadows (Ginger)

Obsession Swatches

 

To be honest I am obsessed (no pun intended) with this whole collection in general. But if I had to choose a favourite it would currently be “Ginger”. This shade is so stunning! It is the perfect transition shade that I use pretty much constantly now.
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Natural Collection Foundation

Natural Collection

 

This one was a shocker. I did not expect to like this much, and have ended up absolutely loving it. I don’t have enough good things to say about this product!
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Natural Collection Bronzer

Natural Collection

 

Again I was pleasantly surprised by all the products I tried from this brand, but this bronzer is just phenominal. It is on the natural side, but gives such a gorgeous and subtle bronzey glow that also looks epic on the eyes. Another winner!
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Natura Siberica Exfoliating Face Scrub

Natura Siberica

 

I may have gone a little crazy with this product since I tried it (how often is too often to exfoliate.. I mean really…?). This scrub is heavenly. It is not scratchy or too intense, but the super fine exfoliant leaves skin SO soft and healthy looking – seriosuly addictive!
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Filthy Candles Soy Wax Vintage Tin Candle

Filthy Candles

 

I received this candle a few months ago actually but have been loving this scent during the warmer nights we’ve been having. Super quirky, the adorable vintage tin, and hand made!
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Eden Project Lip Balm

Eden Project Lip Balm

 

Another brand that so far I have loved everything I have tried… I suffer with dry lips a lot (I’m not sure suffer is the right word, it sounds a bit dramatic), but this lip balm has been a knight in shining armour. It leaves lips so moisturised and soft and the results last for ages!
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Madam Glam Gel Polish – Rosy Nude

Madam Glam

 

This is the first product I have tried from Madam Glam and I am already obsessed. I always use gel polish as it lasts longer (a normal polish would struggle to make it through a day on my nails), and this shade is literally bang on. A pale pink that is not bright but not boring. More on the nude side than Barbie, I can’t wait to try out more of their shades!
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Cantu Curl Activating Cream

Cantu

 

One for the curly girls, Cantu is a brand I am working my way through and are becoming staples in my hair care routine. This cream smells incredible, keeps my hair soft (but not fluffy) and encourages my curls to be curlier! Super affordable.. Love it.
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Solait 10 Minute Tan (Superdrug)

Solait Tan

 

As a super fan of the Solait Express Tan (1 hour) I couldn’t exactly not buy this. 10 minutes? Like, for real? And the answer is yes. For real. It is definitely a lighter tan but is so quick and easy and has a really nice olive bronze undertone – no orange in sight! Oh, and its £3.29!!!
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LUSH Slap Stick Foundation Review & Swatches

LUSH Slap Stick Foundation Review & Swatches

LUSH Slap Stick Solid Foundation Review

 

Lush Foundation

 

 

As a hardcore fan of anything from Lush Cosmetics, it is safe to say I was a little over excited when I heard they were releasing a foundation. As always with Lush, the format of this foundation was never going to be stereotypical – it is literally an egg. Strange, but totally justified. As there is no packaging to this foundation (other than the cardboard recyclable box) there is no wastage or plastic involved. That being said it is still super easy to use as it has a peel-able wax holder.

Lush Foundation

“Each solid Slap Stick formula is partially dipped in peelable wax for your convenience, and will arrive in a handy recycled and recyclable cardboard box to ensure it’s in tip-top condition. By popping your foundation in a reusable container you’ll keep your product fresh – and do your bit for the planet too.

Plus, you can rest assured that your new foundation is 100% vegan and none of the beautiful ingredients inside have been tested on animals – just a squad of dedicated makeup lovers, passionate about skincare.”

 

Lush Foundation

 

So! On to the fun part! There are 40 shades available – yes 40 – and all are further categorised into undertones. This is genius! While 40 shades may seem a little overwhelming, Lush have made it super simple to match yourself. They have a “No Hassle Guide” to help break it all down, and if you are an Instagram user then you can literally hold your phone up to your face and match yourself. Amazing right!? Just open the Undertone story and get cracking!

 

 

 

“So you want a breathable foundation with buildable coverage and a natural neutral undertone – a foundation that looks incredible, feels invisible and does amazing things for your skin. But what you normally get is heavy foundation that clogs, cakes or doesn’t quite give you the coverage you want or the ingredients your skin would really appreciate. Until now.”

 

“Say hello to post-facial radiance – skin so dewy you could have just hit the spa and ingredients so luxurious they hydrate, soften and rejuvenate with every application. With 40 shades available (also with warm and cool undertones) to cater for every complexion, your skin’s never had it this good before.

Each Lush Slap Stick is an enriching, highly buildable blend of coveted artisan ingredients and pigment, packed with softening nut oils to make your complexion glow. This medium-coverage foundation, composed of 14% pigment and 45% Indonesian coconut oil, makes mask-like foundations a thing of the past, keeping your complexion looking fresh all day long at no compromise to your preferred level of coverage.”

 

And is it as incredible as it seems to be?

Lush FoundationIn my opinion, yes. It is definitely not a typical foundation in any shape or form. It definitely has a waxy texture to it that is not really comparable to typical liquid or cream foundations. However, it… is…. beautiful. It took me a while to figure out the best way to apply and blend this, but applying directly onto the skin and then blending with a damp beauty blender gave the most glorious finish. The result is so natural looking, but is pretty buildable if you are into a more fuller coverage. It warms onto the skin and blends beautifully. It definitely gives a radiant dewy finish, but is not greasy (which surprised me as looking at the ingredients it contains a lot of oils!). It lasts well and when it does start to wear down it fades and stays blended rather than breaking up or going patchy. Would I wear this for an evening event or night out? Probably not – for those I do prefer a more flawless and matte finish. But, for daily use, day time events (it screams festivals!) or any less intense looks this is so perfect.

 

Lush Foundation

 

At £16.95 it isn’t the cheapest foundation going, but I do think because of its format this will last for such a long time. I love the idea behind the packaging (or lack of), and when it comes down to the actual product – although applying it can feel very odd to start with – it blends beautifully, gives a stunning finish, works fabulously with other makeup products on top and has pretty good staying power. Another Lush Cosmetics win!!!

 

 

 

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Lush Foundation

 

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LUSH Rose Jam Body Spray
LUSH Snow Fairy Body Conditioner
LUSH Daddy-O Shampoo

 

 

 

Natura Siberica Skincare Review

Natura Siberica Skincare Review

Natura Siberica Skincare Review

 

Natura Siberica

 

 

Natura Siberica have become one of my holy grail skincare brands. I have reviewed various products from them already, so this time I thought we could look at their basic products, which are SO affordable. While I wasn’t exactly expecting them not to be any good, these are at the bottom end of their prices so I was intrigued! Super affordable luxurious skincare? Let’s find out!

 

“Natura Siberica products are based on the traditional remedies of ancient Siberian tribes. Featuring wild harvested ingredients, sourced from unspoilt landscapes, Natura Siberica work with these local tribes, bringing about positive changes in their lives.

To survive the extreme Siberian conditions, endemic and adaptogenic herbs and plants synthesize highly protective active ingredients and have extraordinary antioxidant properties. When used therapeutically they offer unique health and beauty benefits.”

 

Natura Siberica

 

 

Cleansing Foaming Mousse

– £6.25

Natura Siberica“Our gentle Cleansing Mousse is a perfect everyday treatment for oily and combination skin. Its rich lather foams away excess dirt, oil and make-up, leaving skin clean and refreshed.
Rich in vitamin P, Sophora Japonica strengthens and replenishes skin while Chamomilla Recutita soothes it and protects from bacteria. Your skin will be deeply cleansed, soft, and beautifully refreshed.”

So starting with cleansing, this foam is just awesome. As someone who would usually use creamy cleansers (or face wipes if I’m feeling lazy..) a cleanser in the form of a mousse isn’t something I have tried before. It is so easy! It lathers up straight away (without being messy as I would have expected!), cleanses the skin removing all traces of makeup AND leaves skin so soft. It isn’t designed to remove eye makeup however, which brings me on the next product…

 

 

Moisturizing Foam Eye Makeup Remover

– £5.75

Natura Siberica“This Moisturizing Foam is specifically designed to gently remove eye make-up without stripping or stinging the delicate eye area.
Rhodiola Rosea, highly renowned for its fantastic adaptogenic properties, deeply oxygenates and rejuvenates the skin. Daurian Lily gently soothes and nourishes the skin – promoting a healthy glow.”

 

This is the perfect partner to the Cleansing Mousse. It is the same format being a mousse, but this is specifically for eye makeup. I have quite sensitive eyes so can be wary using products directly in that area, but this is brilliant! It does not irritate my eyes at all and removes every teeny weeny flek of mascara. I don’t know how this works, but it does. It is genius.

 

 

Exfoliating Face Scrub

– £5.50

Natura Siberica

 

 

“This gentle face scrub with Sophora Japonica and Arctic Raspberry delicately exfoliates, renews and restores the skin making it smooth and firm.
Extract of Sophora Japonica contains up to 30% of Rutin (Vitamin P), which stimulates regeneration processes, and regulates lipid balance. Apricot Seeds gently exfoliate skin while Arctic Raspberry Extract soothes it.”

 

 

 

 

 

Gentle Face Peeling

– £5.50

Natura Siberica

 

 

“A gentle face peel with Aralia Mandshurica, Meadowsweet, AHA-acids and Vitamin F gently exfoliates and renews skin to improve the complexion. 
Our gentle face peel reinforces the skins protective functions, making it smooth and supple. Aralia Mandshurica protects skin from external factors while Meadowsweet restores skin’s natural regenerative functions. AHA-acids gently exfoliate skin while Vitamin F facilitates cell renewal  – making skin firmer and more elastic.”

 

 

 

 

So these two products are fairly similar (hense why I am putting these together). They are similar in the sense that they feel almost identical when squeezing out the tube. BUT, these two beauties definitely do different things. I can’t quite put my finger on what the differences are. I have used them separately and yes after using the Face Scrub alone my skin feels silky smooth, and after using the Face Peeling alone my skin again feels silky smooth too but in a different way. It’s a really difficult one to explain but the descripions are pretty bang on really. All of this being said, I am in love with using these as a combo. This might seem like overkill, but the two combined (I do the scrub first) give just seriously epic results. My skin looks totally different after using these, smooth and hydrated and actually “youthful”. So affordable and make SUCH a difference.

 

 

 

Nourishing Facial Mask

– £5.50

Natura Siberica“Our Nourishing Facial Mask is perfect for dry, normal, and dull skin types.
Calendula Marigold detoxifies and rejuvenates, strengthening by improving resistance to environmental damage.  Wild Daurian Rose deeply nourishes skin and protects it from dehydration. It intensively moisturises and smoothes your skin, making it brighter, firmer, and imparting a youthful glow.”

 

Last but not least every pamper session should be finished with a face mask. In the past I would always use masks aimed at detoxifying and unclogging pores etc. And I still do, but there is something so beautiful about gorgeous, moisturised, glowy skin. 30 is definitely on the horizon for me, so my priorities with my skin have changed somewhat recently, and this mask is just fabulous. It is SO hydrating, but doesn’t leave the skin feeling greasy. It hasn’t caused me any break outs, and leaves my face feeling and looking – in a word – healthy!

 

 



So overall I think it is safe to say I am still 100% in love with this brand. Yes the more luxurious and expensive products are definitely stunning and give ridiculous results, I am so happy that I have found these affordable alternatives to use on a daily basis. These products combined are literally transforming my skin (I noticed a difference just in a few days!) and don’t break the bank. And yes, a luxurious product here and there on a pamper night is something I will always get excited about, but these every day staple products are perfect to keep skin looking its best, every day. Another success!!

 

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Natura Siberica

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Natura Siberica Northern Collection
Natura Siberica Sophora Japonica 
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Natural Collection Review

Natural Collection Review

Natural Collection Review

Natural Collection

 

So first off I’ll be frank, I bought these products just to build up my collection as they are SO cheap (everything is under £3). I wasn’t expecting much from them and just thought they would be handy to have around. BUT!!!! I am literally obsessed. I don’t know how they’ve done it, but they have. These have very quickly become products that I now use every day. How!?!?

 

“Natural Collection has curated a selection of cosmetics to work with your natural beauty rather than covering it up. From soft and timeless hues to a touch of colour, this is our ‘show you’ range (not ‘make up’), created to show off the best of you.
Our beauty experts have developed a simple range of lightweight, simple to use, wearable and easy to understand products that fit into your life, not take it over! Beauty isn’t about looking perfect, it’s about finding what works for you and celebrating what makes you individual. Freckles, scars, stretch marks and they are your stories, your beauty.
Embrace your natural beauty, don’t cover up, just shine!
No nonsense make up. Beauty made simple.”

 

 

Natural Collection Hydrating and Radiance Foundation

Natural Collection

 

“Our Hydrating and Radiance Foundation has been created with a lightweight formula that glides onto skin, giving you light coverage.
Containing moisturising and luminescent properties that will help leave skin radiant, whilst feeling beautifully hydrated. An instant boost for tired or dull looking skin.
Kind to skin. With camomile to help soothe and protect.” – £2.99

 

 

 

Natural Collection

So this is the product that shocked me the most. For £2.99 I was kind of expecting a cakey foundation that didn’t really cover anything or last more than 5 minutes. This miracle has become my every day base product. The finish is absolutely stunning and it somehow does last really well! It does “fade” towards the end of the day but baring in mind I work outside the fact that it lasts past lunch time at this price is impressive! Plus it fades rather than going patchy so it still looks good at the end of the day. The coverage is more on the natural side, but I absolutely love it. I am usually a BB Cream girl but this is definitely more coverage than a standard BB Cream. I have the shade “Cameo” which matches my current skin tone (a little tanned) bang on, and I will definitely be picking up a lighter shade for when this sunshine disappears. I just love it.

 

Natural Collection

 

 

Natural Collection Powder Blusher & Bronzing Powder

Natural Collection

 

 

“Our Blushers have been created to give a hint of natural colour, adding a delicate glow to your complexion. It’s easy to blend and build, to help you create your perfect everyday look.
Enriched with Camomile to help soothe and protect.” – £1.99

 

 

 

Natural Collection

 

 

“Our Bronzing Powder is lightly tinted to add a natural, healthy glow to your complexion. Infused with golden pearl, this subtly frosted Bronzing Powder enhances the warmth of your skin and is blendable and buildable, for a natural sunkissed look. This powder is great for use on its own for a more natural finish or over your base for a more intense glow.
Enriched with Camomile to help soothe and protect.” – £1.99

 

 

Again these two products are just life. They have such a stunning finish to them and look so natural. I have the shades “Peach Melba (Blush)” and “Golden Glow (Bronzer)”. If you’re after a strong sharp contour and a bright blush then these probably aren’t what you’re looking for, but to warm up the skin and add some subtle colour to the cheeks these are fabulous.

 

Natural Collection Mono Eyeshadow

 

Natural Collection

 

“Our Mono Eyeshadows have been created to give beautifully pigmented colour.
Our soft and creamy formula provides an easy and smooth application,which is both blendable and buildable.  Available in a variety of colours to suit all looks.
Enriched with Camomile to help soothe and protect.” – £1.99

Another diamond, the shade range on these eyeshadows are pretty impressive and they are suprisingly pigmented. That being said they again have such a lovely finish are super easy to blend. I have the “Milk Chocolate” shade and it is beyond perfect for everyday.

 

Natural Collection Definition Mascara

Natural Collection“Our Definition Mascara has been created to define and separate lashes from corner to corner for a fanned out, clump free and wide-eyed effect.
Enriched with Camomile to help soothe and protect” – £2.49

Last but not least, this mascara is a game changer for me. I don’t tend to wear mascara on a daily basis (I have fairly sensitive eyes and tend to use mascara for occasions rather than every day). But, this gentle mascara has not irritated my eyes in the slightest. This doesn’t make your lashes look like falseys so if you’re more into full on drama or clumpy mascaras then this isn’t going to fit the brief. It looks so natural and just defines the eyes without it being obvious that it’s even there – which for me is perfect. Obviously I do like to go all out when it comes to special occasions, but for an every day makeup I am obsessed.

 

 

 

Natural Collection
(Left:Bronzer, Middle:Blush, Right:Eyeshadow)

 

 

Overall it is safe to say that I am beyond impressed with this whole collection. Had I known it was going to be quite this epic I would have picked up a lot more products when I was there! But I can now crack on and trust that the standard of these ridiculously cheap products is beautiful. I don’t know how they’ve done, and I don’t need to – I’m just glad they did!!

 

 

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Inoar Divine Curls Review

Inoar Divine Curls Review

Inoar Divine Curls Shampoo & Conditioner Review!

 

Inoar Divine Curls

 

So I came across this duo on YouTube on the hunt for Cruelty Free CG Method Approved products. If you have curly hair and you have not heard of Curly Penny – get on it! Other than the fact I already watch pretty much all of her videos, these products in particular caught my attention. Inoar is a Brazilian brand, but I found them on Amazon and jumped straight in!!

 

 

Inoar Divine Curls

Inoar Divine Curls“The INOAR Divine Curls line has been designed for those with curly hair – so that you won’t even consider living without them. Composed of Low Poo shampoo, a product free of cumulative ingredients, conditioner, hair mask and curl finishing gel, these products clean your hair just in the right measure and moisturize it without making it heavy, keeping the curl memory for hours, thanks to an active ingredient extracted from golden flax seeds, leaving your hair more flexible and free of frizz, ready to bounce.”

 

 

 

 

Inoar Divine Curls

 

Well other than the obviously gorgeous packaging, this duo literally is amazing. The twist top opening is super easy to use and the bottles just look stunning. My hair has a tendency to get rather matted as I have mentioned before, and even just the shampoo made it feel like silk! The ingredients in these products are just awesome and as already mentioned CG Method approved (if you follow the CG Method) AND obviously Cruelty Free.

 

 

 

 

Inoar Divine Curls Shampoo

Inoar Divine Curls

 

This shampoo straight up looks like a conditioner. It smells insaneand has a sort of “whipped” consitency. The scent is actually nothing like I have smelt before, kind of coconut but kind of vanilla and kind of fruity….. either way it’s amazing. My hair was already detangled just from the shampoo!

 

 

 

 

Inoar Divine Curls Conditioner

Inoar Divine Curls

 

So as if the shampoo doesn’t transform hair into sheer beauty enough, the conditioner really is the cherry on the top. I did panic slightly as it looks really watery and I tend to steer towards thicker conditioners, but this honestly just melts into the hair and made it instantly tangle free. Actual magic….

 

 

 

 

 

Inoar Divine Curls

There is also a Mask and a Curl Gel in the range which going on this dreamy duo I have already added to my Amazon basket! There really aren’t enough good things I can say about these, I can’t even put it into words! (It’s difficult to be speechless and blog about it!!!) But I know that I will 100% be repurchasing the Inoar Divine Curls Shampoo & Conditioner for the foreseeable future – along with the other products in the range! I am SO glad I found these through Curly Penny, they are so beautiful it’s scary!!

 

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Cruelty Free Haircare Brands At Superdrug

Cruelty Free Haircare Brands At Superdrug

Cruelty Free Brands at Superdrug

 

 


B Blonde (Jerome Russell)

 


Badger

 


Bleach London


Cantu


Colour Freedom (Knight & Wilson)

 


Cowshed

 


Faith In Nature

 


Fudge Urban

 


Hair O

 


Hair Revolution


Hask


Knight & Wilson

 


Mane ‘n Tail

 


Maui Moisture

 


Natura Siberica


Noughty

 


Palmer’s

 


Pick & Mix (Superdrug)

 


Plantur39

 


Pro:Voke

 


Roots

 


Scott Cornwall

 


Shea Moisture

 


Style Expertise (Superdrug)

 


Style Freedom (Knight & Wilson)

 


Superdrug

 


Trevor Sorbie

 


Trilogy

 


Twisted Sista

 


Yes To

 


Zerreau