Wednesday, 4 April 2018

End of the Month Empties!

Throughout the month of March I tried to use up some of my products to then be able to clear out my makeup and skincare collection, and then try out some new products. I managed to finish up a few products, so I wanted to share 'my empties' and my thoughts on them, with you all.

Mario Badescu Rose Water Facial Spray:

Let's start with one of my favourites because I just can't wait to share my love about this. I know I've spoken about this a lot on my blog and you're probably tired of me talking about it, but if you haven't tried this yet, this has to be next on your wishlist. I just love how refreshing it is and it can be used before moisturiser, after makeup and even just throughout the day to freshen up. I've been really liking this and use it many times a day ... but has still lasted me a good 3, maybe 4 months. Rose Water is said to be really good for the skin and I've noticed how it's toned down the redness in my skin. If you're skin is oily and find it difficult to use moisturiser, but still want to take care of your skin, this would be really good for you as it can keep your skin hydrated without making it even more oily.

La Roche-Posay Eye Makeup Remover:

I went through a stage about a year ago, of absolutely loving this stuff, but once I ran out I just went back to using Micellar Water. However, recently I saw it in Boots and wanting to start using it again. I actually forgot how much I liked it and within a few weeks it was gone again!! The reason why I like this so much is it swipes the makeup away so quickly and easily, but also don't pull on the eyes or dry the eye area out ... which I find a lot of other makeup removers do. It can seem a little pricey at £11 (currently on sale here)

Lottie London Ready SET! Go Translucent Powder:

Next up is the Lottie London Loose Powder which I bought again about a year ago and really liked it, but then forgot about it when I started using the RCMA No Color Powder (which, again, you've probably heard me mention this a lot), but recently I found it in my collection and wanted to use it up. I instantly started to like it again because, as it's such a fine powder, it doesn't cake it just sinks into the skin whilst setting it at the same time. It's almost like it doesn't change the way your makeup looks at all or make it look dry either. This costs just £5.45, but it does last a while and works really well ... I would really recommend this!!

Nip and Fab Dragons Blood Hyaluronic Shot Serum:

I have been using this in my night time skincare routine for soo many months now. It's like an over night treatment and it really quenches your skins thirst and hydrates it. I put the serum into my First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream and use this combo as my night cream. It also helps to thin out the moisturiser, which helps to not clog the pore and causing more breakups and just hydrates the skin. Hyaluronic Acid is also said to be really good for the skin as it hydrates the skin, helps with anti-aging and also helps with the growth of collagen. 

Scandinavia Makeup Setting Spray:

Last, but not least I have the Scandinavia Setting Spray which I have been using for years now and I just can't get rid of it because it's just that good. Recently, Beauty Bay have started stocking it so I don't have to get it shipped from America and it works out cheaper. The scent isn't necessarily the best, it's not that it's bad I'm just not a big fan of it. This works as both a primer and a setting spray (I use it for both anyway) and it really helps take the powder look away from the skin, but also keeps it set and natural looking. It also gives the skin a lovely glow and it just finishes off any look really well. I know you'll all love this too!


I also uploaded a YouTube video yesterday, so if you would like to check it out click below!

Until Next Time,

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