Happy Christmas Eve to all my followers :)
I thought I would include some christmassy pictures and an update before the big day tomorrow and I also wanted to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!
Bvlgari Jasmine Noir - Ultimate favourite Christmas Fragrance
Bronzer is a must have beauty item, not only does it give the face warmth and colour it also helps to contour the face and make it more defined. I have tried and tested many bronzer's from many different brands - high street and high end products. Over all I think this has got to be my all time favourite it's a bargain at £7.99 available at Boots & Superdrug it also lasts a long time, this is my second purchase of the bronzing powder and I had my other one for well over a year. I use this to define my cheek bones, it gives your skin a nice glow and sun-kissed look without making it look grubby or murky like some cheaper bronzer's do. This Bronzer smells absolutely gorgeous and is ideal for all you chocoholics out there ;)
Bourjois do offer really good quality products at high street prices and if you haven't tried this already it's definitely one to purchase!
Are you a fan of Bourjois and is there any other products you would recommend to try from this brand?
I have owned these heated rollers for quite a few years, I was given them as a gift and at the time I was completely obsessed with straightening my hair completely flat with my once loved GHD's. Having naturally curly/frizzy hair I envied people who had lovely smooth hair that stayed flat all day long. Due to the stage I was in I wasn't that interested in the rollers, however a couple of years on I've decided to experiment with the rollers again as I now enjoy having a more voluptuous hair styles.
The heated rollers come in a kit that contains 20 heat ceramic-flocked rollers (the rollers are protected with a felt which prevents damage to your hair and also gives your hair a lovely shine). The kit also comes with mental pins and some great big clips that can be seen on the photo below. These clips are fantastic and really do help your hair to stay put whilst your hair sets into place. After trying these out I would agree with exactly what the description of the products tell you
"Thermo Ceramic Rollers are perfect for achieving this season's lush, glamorous looks."
You can buy these heated, ceramic rollers at many stores that stock BaByliss products or they are on sale from £30.00 to £24.00 in Debennams, these can be found at http://www.debenhams.com/
(Please excuse the makeup free face, I did this look at night when I was totally make up-less)
I really hope you have found this review helpful, let me know of any hints or tips that you have for creating voluminousness curls for this years festive season
The weather is freezing and I've had two early mornings, with 6am starts, so here I am on a Saturday night chilling in bed as I have no energy to do anything else, but I thought that It was a good excuse to post a mini haul post :) Last week I picked up some hair care products from my local boots, there was an offer on VO5 hair styling products they are usually around £3.99 each but I managed to get 2 for £5 which is a bargain. I got the new VO5 dry back combing spray and some super shine Hairspray. I also picked up a TreSemme Split Remedy Hair Mask (I swear by hair masks!) I usually use Aveda Damage Remedy, but thought this would be a good one to try at a cheaper price. The last thing I got was a large bottle of Batiste for £2.99 which is usually £3.99 so this was also on offer. I got the Batiste for dark hair as it stops me getting the white marks like I do with the original formula, I have a red hair colour but the one for Dark hair avoids me getting any pinkish colour powder in my roots.
Have any of you got any Drug Store hair care products to recommend?