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Current Favourites - Aussie, Liz Earle, Chanel, Label M...

Nip + Fab is a brand that I don't rave much about as its quite simple and effective but I've always been fond of their products. I have used their Sheer Make-Up Fix in the past which is a great primer to mattify oily skin types and to avoid foundation from sliding. 

They recently introduced their Dry Hand Fix and for £9.95, I think it's a steal! It's consistency is great and its quiet long lasting on the skin, visibly increasing the moisture level in the skin and limits water loss. It also claims to help in the appearance of the surface of the skin which I am yet to notice, obviously will be more visible on more older consumers compared to me. 

I tend to wash my hair a lot in the winter for some reason as compared to summer, which in turn makes them ever drier and limpy. It's not always possibly to inject volume with volumising dusts on bad hair days which is when Aussie's Volume Shampoo comes to rescue.

It's very hydrating, still maintaining the right amount of moisture in the hair. Of course it helps that the bottle is humongous! (and has my name printed on it!)

Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment has been introduced in January as the latest Hair Product in Liz Earle boutiques.

I personally love their Skincare and their Hair Care is very nourishing and thought after too, unlike generic shampoos in the market but I always have a huge complain with their quantity, which also applies to this particular treatment.

It comes in a squeezy tube with the front facing downwards due to which a lot of product is dispensed at one time. The product itself however is amazing hence in my favourites. It nourishes, hydrates and makes hair silky and tangle free. I reserve it for split ends and as a special treatment once a week.

This thing by Label M is gorgeous! Yes another hair product I know but I have been going through a bad hair phase where I am obsessively worried about it looking limpy and dry at the same time and this has again helped tremendously in mending any such issues.

I won't go into the details regarding its ingredients but its a thick serum like consistency and I use it as a leave-in conditioner. It's thick so its best applied on damp hair in my opinion but it gets rid of any frizziness and adds a dash of healthy shine to the lower ends of the hair, keeping any styling intact throughout the day.

Must try!

And lastly, Chanel Blusher in Rose Petale

Absolutely despised it when bought originally and it stayed at the bottom of my vanity unused for months. Suddenly rediscovered it the other day and have been religiously slapping it on since then.

What a gorgeously subtle dewy peachy-pink. Very work appropriate and would be great for pale skin tones. 

What have you been loving recently? 

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Phoebe Limanta said...

Great loves!

At the moment I am loving the Shu Uemura Face Architect Illuminating Foundation :D

Unknown said...

love aussie! its amazing :)
really wanna try the dry hand fix x

Nee said...

That blush is gorgeous!




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