Thursday, 28 July 2016


Yesterdat I popped into town to spend my Boots vouchers and birthday money. I decided that it was time to treat myself to see beauty bits as I haven't really bought anything like that in a while. I had a rough idea in my head of what I wanted to pick up but also may a few unexpected purchases as well. 

The first thing I knew I wanted to pick up was some new shampoo and conditioner. I used these Mark Hill products before and they made me hair so lovely and smooth. I spotted that they were on offer in Boots so decided to pick them back up to hopefully get my hair back to a better condition. The next thing I thought I wanted to get was the Benefit Gimme Brow. I've actually had HD brows done for the first time today and decided it was time to pay special attention to my brows after years of leaving them to their own devices. The benefit girl tested the shade 3 on me and it's a perfect match to add a little bit of definition while still looking natural. Then she told me there was a free goody bag if  you bought 2 benefit products, so after wondering round the stall for a good while I made the choice to try the infamous Hoola Bronzer. Sadly my body shop bronzer is steadily hitting pan more and more so I was in need of a new matte bronzer in my makeup stash. This is slightly more warm toned than the body shop option however I've tried it on my skin and it really warms my pasty completion up which I'm happy with. 

Next I took a trip into Superdrug because I was after some new Real Techniques Brushes to add to my collection. Since I've become very into contouring and highlighting this summer it seemed only right to add the sculpting set to my collection. I have nothing but good things to say about the RT brushes, they're always so so soft, never shed and wash like a dream! The sculpting set is priced at £20.99 which for 3 good quality brushes isn't bad at all. The set contains a setting brush, which I plan to use to set my under eye concealer, a fan brush which is perfect for pushing highlighter on the top of the cheeks and lastly a sculpting brush which I've tried using with Hoola bronzer and so far I'm happy with the results. I also picked up the Superdrug Vitamin E Radiance Moisture Cream as my daily moisturiser was running low and this was a bargain at under £3. The rings in the picture above were sale items from H&M, a bunch of simple gold midi rings that glam up any simple outfit. So that's what beauty bits I bought, let me know if you're tried any of these products or what you've picked up recently in a comment below! 


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