100 % organic body wash with Pomegranate, Aloe Vera Juice, Coconut Extract and glycerin. Paraben free and No artificial colours. The antioxidant properties found in this amazing super fruit are proven to protect the skin from harmful free radicals. Me like! I bought it in Holland and Barrette. I really recommend it.
I recently ran out of my Shu Uemura's Colorless Loose Powder, so I tried another brand, but it wasn't as good! I now have a new Shu Uemura one and I love it. The light texture gives a great matt finish and the result is so natural, simply the best!
I am so excited about Tim Walker's new project ' The Lost Explorer' , a short film adaptation of the fairytale-like story by Patrick McGrath's. The story is about Evelyn a 12-year old girl with a vivid imagination and about the awkwardness of that transition from childhood to adulthood. I can't wait to see it, its going to be mega!
I have blond highlighted and fine hair, so I am always looking for a shampoo and conditioner to detangle and give a lot of moist. I have try two great brands, a budget one and a more hair salon slightly expensive one. Both really good and I really recommend them.
First out was Matrix Biolage Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner, these products reminds me of my teenager years. Matrix was a regular sponsor to all the dressage/show jumping competitions that my sister and I attended, and we did get prices quite often. I love this product! You don't need much, so it last you for a while and the
smell is divine. It leaves my hair soft and shiny.
Second out is Loreal Paris Elvive Nourish & Shimmer Highlights Shampoo and Conditioner, I must say I think the hole range from Loreal Paris Elvive products are great! Great products for a great price. This range takes extra care for highlighted hair and the Royal Jelly+ ingredients keeps the hair soft and bright with illuminated shine. Also great smell.
Another launch I am looking forward to is Topshop's own make up range (in store in May).
The range will launch 4-6 trend led collections each year, with the first one designed for use at music festivals, the range will also include basics like tinted moisturizers and mascaras. The prices is set to start from £ 4. The collections is designed by the company's consulting make up artist Hannah Murray ( I LOVE her work) and is set to focus on color.
The packaging design is led by in house designer Lizzie Dawson is very playful and girly.
Can't wait to try it out, I have heard rumors that the quality of the products is really high and its been compared with brands such as Stila. I want to try now...