If the start of a new year isn’t a good excuse for a new skincare routine, I don’t know what is! Although I will be honest here, I started using these way back in 2017 when my skin decided I needed to get reminded of what it was like to be a teenager again. It’s 2018 people! New year – New winter skincare routine!
A few weeks ago I was doing a late shift and enjoying a much-needed lie in when I was rudely awoken by the mailman. I’m not usually fussed by this but for once I knew I wasn’t expecting a package and I was looking forward to a lazy morning. To my great surprise though, it was my very first Voxbox!
VoxBox is a beauty box from Influenster; where you review products and in return you may be chosen to receive one of these beauty boxes to test and review the products. The box I received was full of #HolidayLooks Bourjois goodies!
Unless you have been living under a rock I’m sure you have heard of Beauty boxes subscriptions. They are usually monthly subscriptions around £15 a month and include a handful of travel size products within beauty and hair. It’s a great budget-friendly way to try out new products without leaving your home. I love them, particularly because I have a tendency to be an extreme creature of habit.
I apparently have a thing for American beauty brands recently launching in the UK… Don’t judge me!
Also can we just all take a minute and give me a round of applause for sticking to my blog plan last week? And look – its Monday and here is a beauty post!
Seriously winning at this!
Happy Monday sasspots!
Are you kinda amazed by seeing this post? Yeah me too! Not really. We are starting week one of my new blog schedule and I thought I would kick it off with a little money saving tip 🙂
I have long been a super fan of the Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer, it’s been my go-to for years and I think anybody who’s tried it would agree there isn’t a comparison. Ok so maybe Urban Decay Naked oooor Shape tape… but I am in forever attempting to find cheaper dupes to my already expensive makeup.
When it comes to makeup I like to think I have one foot in each camp. I love me some smokey dramatic eyeshadow and some bold lipstick – statement makeup all the way. Then again, I am also a huge fan of natural subtle makeup that enhances a person’s natural beauty. It’s classy, it’s elegant and most importantly it cuts my morning routine in like half. So I wanted to share with you my go to Charlotte Tilbury palette!
I feel like I should change the tagline of my blog, to Fashion, Fitness, Food, and Beauty. But it doesn’t really have such a catchy ring to it. Regardless my dears, you are in for another beauty update. Because who needs a niche blog topic anyway? Come to think of it maybe I should just blog about different lash serum?
It would be me if this post wasn’t slightly overdue, it has been a hectic month! Perhaps you’ll remember back in uhm May about this eyelash serum promising me the lashes to die for. Lashes so long and thick that people will wonder if they are real or not?
Well peeps, hold phone because I have now been using the serum for 60 days and I am mind blown.
Ahh Summer, the one time a year every girl wishes they had naturally airbrushed skin, a few freckles and that natural glow that almost makes you look like you are made out of gold.
Lols as if.
Right now I am pale AF and my facial skin has decided it was time I got a little reminder of life 15 years ago when I was at the peak of puberty, also known as the Pizza era.
To top it all off it’s also camping season – that’s festival season for all you cool kids and for semi-high maintenance girls like me, yes semi-high is a word, it’s kind of a nightmare. Look at this as your Glastonbury guide to looking amazing. Your’re welcome!
Guys you know I am a sucker for all things that will make my eyelashes look like something out of a cartoon. I can’t help it, I am obsessed with long thick lashes. When I was younger I spent a lot of my money on lash extensions, some ruined my lashes, some didn’t but it certainly made me addicted to big bold lashes.
Hola sass pots,
I can’t believe another bank holiday weekend has come and gone. I decided to take a little social media detox over the long weekend and spend my time with friends and not glued to a screen. So soz for the radio silence.