Mascara is probably one of my favourite things to try, since I use it on a daily basis and you can see immediate results. I’ve recently tried the CoverGirl Lash Blast Fusion, but a little while before that, I wore Physician Formula’s Organic Wear Mascara daily.
I don’t necessarily like to move it, move it, but when I do, I want to keep chafing to a minimum. Last year, I tried (and approved) Smoovall, but as I was looking for something a little more durable, I picked up the Akileïne Sport NOK Anti-Chafing Cream on my recent trip to Paris.
When I’m asked about my favourite brand for mascara, my answer is always Covergirl. It’s affordable, it’s effective and the bright orange Lash Blast is in my all-time top 3. But what about the Lash Blast Fusion?
The Make-Up Eraser is hands-down the most lifechanging product that I’ve tried this year. But since I want to use it every day, it comes at a cost. And since I’m not willing to get that #spendy, I looked for more budget-friendly alternatives instead. Enter the Make-Up Remover I found at Action.
If you’ve read my review of the Tartelette in Bloom palette by Tarte, you know the brand holds a special place in my heart. I love the palette, but it might be a little too big to travel with since a fuss-free vacation only needs a handful of shades. Enter the Tartelette Flirt palette.
NGL, autumn is my favourite time of year and although it’s technically still September, I already have the feels. Whenever Zoella starts whipping out the knitted jumpers and the B&BW candles (which she recently did) (they’re are also my weakness, tbh), it’s my unofficial sign that autumn is coming. And that it’s time to finally review the Zoella Beauty products that I bought in Brighton last year. So, here goes.
While I use micellar water on a daily basis, I’m a big fan of make-up wipes when I’m feeling sluggish. One big downfall? You use ’em once and it’s bye-bye forever. Enter the Make-up Eraser: an absolute gamechanger in my skincare routine.