I was just recently re-watching the Sex and the City series, and I fell in love with the ending YET again.
I just adore the Paris setting, how Big follows Carrie, and of course
the reunion of the two in the end ♥
I haven't done one of these posts for a while now, simply because I am trying to save up for my New York trip in September...
But on a quick trip to town yesterday I ended up picking up a few new things after all :)
Gorrrrrrgeous lace up cuff ankle boots from New Look! LOVE the turn down cuff & fleece!
Pretty Illamasqua sheer lipgloss in Lily-Rose, a warm raspberry pink.
Estee Lauder brow setting gel. This clear gel is supposed to keep the brows in place all day!
Sleek kajal eyeliner for a smudged saturday night eye look :)
After hearing nice things about 17's lipsticks, I decided to pick up this 17 Mirror Shine lipstick in Nudist Peach. Very smooth and moisturising. Love already!
2 for £4 in Boots and Superdug on my favourite eye makeup removal pads. I have raved enough about these already on this blog, but a definite can't live without for me!
And on a random note, my boyfriend's sister is having a baby in, well...any day now, so I picked up a few irresistible outfits. Baby clothes are SO freakin' cute! I really enjoyed picking these up from Boots and Debenhams ♥
... of Sally Hansen nail products, this amazing cuticle massage cream is saving the appearance of my poor cuticles these days.
This lovely little pot contains a nice apricot scented orange cream, which I rub or massage in around every cuticle at night when they look particularly dry, hard or just generally unhealthy (so not every night, although you can do that as well if you want to be really good to your nails) ;)
Then I wake up the next day and 'voila' - not a single dry patch in sight! :D
It is even supposed to improve circulation and stimulate healthy new nail growth!
The pot costs about £5-6 in Boots, but you only use a tiny bit of the cream at a time, so it
will last you FOREVER!
I am clearly loving Sally Hansen at the moment, so another 10/10 from me :)
I am in love with this Sally Hansen top coat that I purchased a few weeks ago!
I simply HAD to buy this after watching several youtube beauty gurus rave about this product. I found it in Boots (I believe Superdrug also sell this) for £6.45 and I have been using it ever since, every time that I do a new colour on my nails.
It's easily applied, a rather thick clear coat will seal the colour on and instead of chipping after 4-5 days, my nail polishes now last at least 8-10 days! Frankly, it's a dream come true. I don't know what I'd do now without this product ♥
I adore the shine that this product gives to my nails too. The mirror shine statement on the bottle is true!
Creamy-light shampoo that uses Incell Hydro-Resist double-locking technology. The protecting shampoo, specifically designed for coloured hair, prolongs colour radiance intensity with a lightweight film that repels water, helping to protect colour and enhance shine.
Vitamino Color Conditioner:
This colour-radiance protecting conditioner enriched with Incell Hydro-Resist double-locking technology seals the hair fibre to help keep colour in and water out. The more regularly you condition, the softer and radiant your coloured hair becomes.
Vitamino Color Masque:
This nourishing masque enriched with Incell Hydro-Resist double-locking technology targets weakened areas of the hair and wraps each hair with a lightweight film to protect against everyday wear and tear, which can zap colour radiance intensity. Hair is intensely nourished, and protected in just 60 seconds.
Don't you just love it when you find something that really works and that's worth every penny?!
This line of products have seriously changed my hair from dull, coarse and unmanageble to soft, shiny and healthy.
Not only does this hair care range take care of my coloured hair, but for some wonderful reason it also completely tames my thick and crazy lion's mane! Not many products that say that... :D
I have been using these 3 items religiously for the last couple of months, and although these products are on the pricey side (about £10 a bottle), I can't see myself switching to another hair care range for a LONG time.
All views and opinions on this blog are my own. All products mentioned on this blog have been purchased by me, with my own money, unless otherwise stated. If at any time I receive a product which I have not purchased myself, and I decide to review it on my blog, I will include all relevant information about how/where it came from in the blog post.