Hello everyone and welcome back to another review of some of the products I received at the Deise Bloggers event back in August. I apologise for how long it’s taking me to get through everything but when you’ve got a full time job and other commitments, blogging sometimes has to take a halt. I’ve been dying to write this post as I will be reviewing the Art Deco Most Wanted Contouring Palette and the Sleek Make-Up Dancing till Dusk Palette. These two products have become the most used items in my make-up bag since the event. Keep reading to find out why!
Hi everyone! As you know, I’ve not been feeling myself over the last few weeks and because of feeling that way, I’ve not been up to blogging at all really. After writing my last post I have been feeling a good bit better, even if everything isn’t 100% or resolved, but I feel like I can write again. I’ve got loads of blogs to write and publish over the next few weeks, mostly reviews of the products from the goody bags we received at the Deise Bloggers event last month and I’m going to start with my skincare one today.
A couple of weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be sent the Dual Facial Cleansing & Exfoliation Pad from Glove Your Body. You may remember from my review on the Bondi Sands Tan & Glove Your Body Mitts post, how much I loved their tanning glove and exfoliation mitt which I had purchased in Mulligans Pharmacy a couple of months ago. When I was contacted to try their latest product out, I couldn’t wait and have been using it for the last couple of weeks. Continue reading to find out what I thought of it!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last two or three months, you probably have heard of Ireland’s latest favourite tan, Bellamianta. The one and only, Suzanne Jackson from So Sue Me was raving about it so, I guess we all had to jump on the bandwagon and see what the hype was about. As I had only recently purchased the Bondi Sands Tan prior to the Bellamianta hype, I was a bit reluctant to buy it as they’re not exactly cheap but after my mother buying and applying it before her holidays, I knew I had to give it a go. Keep reading to find out how I got on.
Hello everyone and welcome to another review on Tuesday! I’m probably going to have to come up with a better name for my Tuesday reviews but I’ll think of that later. Last week, I reviewed the Anastasia Beverley Hills Dipbrow Pomade so if you haven’t checked that out, click here or if you have, keep reading to find out all about my new favourite hair products, milk_shake.
After Christmas, I went on a little make-up shopping spree and bought some of the products that I’ve been wanting to try out for a while. Over the next few weeks, I will be posting one review per week telling you how I feel about what I’ve ordered. First up is the Illamasqua Skin Base Foundation.
As I was not blessed with my Dad’s genes of ridiculously tanned skin (thanks Mam), occasionally I like to bronze myself up and apply a pale Irish girl’s best friend, fake tan. I must admit, I’m not the type of girl who religiously spends a couple of nights a week lathering myself up in the stuff and making sure I’m constantly tanned. Sometimes I like to embrace my pale and freckly-ness!