So yesterday I was in Cardiff, Wales and my jaw almost dropped and shattered on the floor when I saw the size of their Superdrug Beauty Shop.
My parents and sister went across to the Lego Store (boring) and I wandered into Superdrug in an absolute daze.
WARNING! Gross pore pictures coming up!
I have to say, when it comes to my skin and overall skin care, I don’t play around.
I suffer from terrible stress eczema on my face and it can literally flare up just because I’ve been doing homework at the last minute. This means that my skin is so sensitive to a whole host of different products so buying anything that goes on my face is a real gamble.
I must admit, I’m not a big Pink Floyd fan and I had only heard Comfortably Numb & (Like everyone else) Another Brick In The Wall. The thought of traipsing round a museum, observing a band’s history that I wasn’t really interested in didn’t appeal to me. But who was I to turn down a FREE trip to London?
So I need to write this before I explode.
I’m simply in awe… I have no words! (Well I do otherwise this post would be impossible but just roll with me here)
I don’t have photos UNFORTUNATELY but once I come to use this product again, I will do a full photo post.
I’m going to stray from makeup and talk about my hair today!
Now, I have a love/hate relationship with my hair and up until last summer, I had super healthy hair. I never had split ends, it was never dry… it was beautiful, luxurious hair. It was my pride and joy!
I know, I know – I’m late to this party.
Maybelline Baby Skin has been out for YEARS and I am only just reviewing it. I am, quite frankly, disappointed in myself.
So May was a rather expensive month for me in terms of make-up (rather unfortunately for both me and my parents) however, every cloud has it’s silver lining and I have a nice haul of products to share with you.
As a beauty blogger on a budget, I have been trying out different drugstore foundations and concealers to find an every day alternative to my N07 Beautifully Matte Light Foundation and Match Made Concealer. As someone who is currently not earning, £14.50 for a foundation and £7 for a concealer each month is totally unfeasible so I’ve been trying different foundations and concealers to find something I can use constantly and not put myself out of pocket when it comes to replenishing it.
So everyone loves a good dupe, right?
Well, I recently bought both the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette and the Makeup Revolution Flawless 3 Resurrection palette and HOLD THE HECK UP they look so similar!
So, I’m talking today about my go-to eyeliner. It is the best eyeliner I have found for YEARS and what’s the best bit?
It only costs a pound!