Summer Nail Favourites

Summer Nails

If you live in the UK, you’re probably in that awkward stage of feeling ashamed for hating this hot weather – I can’t be the only one not loving the heatwave, can I? Our summer has finally arrived and whilst I’m already fed up of the sun on day 3, I’m far from disliking the beauty opportunities…

Summer nails are a part of my beauty routine I look forward to each year. I mean, what’s not to love? New colours, bright shades and the knowledge that repainting your nails everyday is totally acceptable. It’s heaven. In a bid to share my summer nail love, here are my top 5 polishes you have to try while the sun allows. From thumb to pinky:

‘Spin The Bottle’ by Essie (£7.99) – Nude colours are perfect all year round but especially during summer. They’re hassle free, go with all outfits and make your nails look super healthy. This Essie polish is an all-time favourite of mine but check out this post for more nude shades and ideas.

‘Blueberry’ by Barry M (£3.99) – It’s impossible to write a nail post without mentioning a Barry M product – the affordability, quality and variety of their product ranges makes them hard to beat on many levels. This colour is a gorgeous summery shade and the glossy finish is great for the price.

‘Fifth Avenue’ by Essie (£7.99) – An award winning red, orange shade that’s perfect for a burst of bright colour. Being an Essie formula, the paint lasts well, even without a top coat. This is a great wearable colour and it’s just so cheery, I love it!

‘Apple Pie’ by Models Own (£4.99) – A fun, summery colour that smells of apple and the pastel undertone means you can wear this for many occasions. You’ll need a quick layer of top coat for this one but the colour is way worth the extra effort. If this isn’t quite your colour, check out the rest of the Fruit Pastels collection – ‘Grape Juice’ is pretty special too.

‘Beauchamp Street’ by NailsInc (£10.99)  Summer nails don’t always have to be bright and pastel-toned. This deep, cherry red shade is a classy summer alternative and is perfect for long days and evenings out. The rich undertone of the colour is beautiful and whether you want one coat or two, this is a formula that stays put.

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Let me know your go-to summer nail polishes in the comments and don’t forget to check out my Instagram and Twitter for more recommendations and updates.

Sincerely, Sarah x

Benefit’s ‘Boi-ing On The Double’ – PRODUCT REVIEW

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When I worked on the Benefit counter, Boi-ing concealer was a clear staple for many women. We were trained to sell Boi-ing on the basis of it’s “industrial strength” and I remember being amazed at it’s ability to cover my then tired and spotty skin – oh the joys of student life!

For years Boing had only been available in three shades – a light, medium and dark – but after lots of lobbying from loyal customers this expanded over time. I always remember being a tad miffed that neither the light (01) or medium (02) did the whole job for me; if I wanted a brightening effect I reached for the lighter shade but always went for the medium when it came to spots. 

Thanks to the Benefit Goddess, there is now a combo palette with both shades! The likes of Laura Mercier and Bobbi Brown have been doing this for years so yes my excitement may be a little more than needed but we all have those products that incite this type of reaction and Boing is mine. My happiness when I found this at the counter was literally ridiculous – we’ve all been there, right?!

Here’s a quick run through of why you need this concealer in your life (whichever shade you go for): 

Boiingswatches2editedThings I love: The combo of my two shades is such a welcome addition to my everyday makeup. It’s so hard to find a formula that works for you totally and Boing really is my go-to for everything – redness, blemishes and darkness under my eyes. The packaging is neat and the compact comes with a mirror which is perfect for touch ups on the move. 

Things I really love: The actual concealer. Whilst it’s great to have my two shades together, it’s only good because the formula works so well. It’s extremely creamy and easy to blend and I really get the whole ‘industrial strength’ claim – I’m yet to find a problem this can’t cover. The finish from this concealer is surprisingly natural considering the level of coverage, it’s not heavy and it doesn’t crease.

 

Things I didn’t love: That I want to buy another one already – one to keep in my handbag and the other in my main makeup collection. My purse doesn’t love this concealer but I sure do. 

Purchasing options: £17.50 for Boi-ing on the double, or £17.50 for one shade full-size product. Head to your nearest Benefit counter or you can order from their website

Let me know what product incites too much excitement from you below.

Sincerely, Sarah x

Everyday Makeup Products (VLOG)

When I started playing around recording YouTube videos, the everyday makeup bag tour was always high up on my list of things to film. I blogged back in January about the topic so got really into recording the content and showing my go-to products and explaining my love of them. From there I spent way longer than expected editing out all of my awkward ‘ummmms’ and ‘soooos’, posted it to YouTube and then forgot all about popping it on here – what was I thinking?!

So without further ado, here is my very overdue video guiding you through the products I use everyday:

if you want to take a closer look at anything I mention, here is the full list of products, prices and shopping links:

  • Benefit That Gal Primer – £22.50
  • Clarins True Radiance Foundation – £27.50
  • Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation – £29.50
  • MAC Pro Longwear Concealer – £17.50
  • Dior Nude Tan Colour & Glow Powder – £39.00
  • Benefit BrowZings Brow Shaping Kit – £24.50
  • Urban Decay NAKED2 Basics Palette – £23.00
  • MAC Eyeshadow in Retrospeck – £13.00
  • Rimmel London Exaggerate Auto Eye Definer Liner – £3.99
  • YSL Volume Effect Faux Cils Mascara – £25.00
  • Bare Minerals Lash Domination Mascara – £19.00
  • Nivea Pearly Shine Lip Balm – £2.49
  • MAC Lipstick in Creme Cup – £15.50

I hope you all enjoyed the video and if you did, please like/comment/subscribe and all the typical “YouTube” etiquette. More videos will be on their way soon and I’ll try not to forget about posting them next time… oops!

Sincerely, Sarah x

Festival Packing Tips – Beauty Edition

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When I told my friends and family that I was going to Glastonbury, most of them laughed. I don’t just mean a “haha, cool” sort of chuckle but a belly laugh to the tune of “how on earth are you going to cope?”. 

I have just over 2 weeks until I descend into the Worthy Farm madness and surprisingly I’m feeling rather prepared. I’m lucky to know some amazing, regular festival go-ers with tonnes of Glastonbury experience who have guided me through all things camping equipment to She-Wees (TMI?).

For all of you going to a festival this year, be it for your first foray into muddy fun or as a seasoned pro, here is my collection of top beauty tips I’ve been living by when stocking up on Glastonbury goodies: 

  • Pick a good dry shampoo – Not everyone will want to stand in line for a shower, and even if you do, who doesn’t want a bit of extra volume after sleeping in a tent all night?! I’ve abandoned Batiste in favour of Herbal Essences as it doesn’t leave me looking like a white haired OAP. 
  • Face wipes become not only acceptable but a necessity – In the famous words of skin guru Caroline Hirons, ‘face wipes should be reserved for festivals, flights and fannies’. I’m not a huge fan of them normally but with Caroline’s approval I feel less guilty about stocking up and let’s face it, a 3 or 4 step skincare routine in a tent isn’t really doable so making do with wipes on this occasion is OK. 
  • Choose a comb over a hairbrush – Brushing greasy hair is an absolute no-no. Back-combing, however, is a totally welcomed form of grooming. Combs are super helpful when it comes to partings and braids too – another greasy hair saviour. 
  • Don’t take anything you’re not prepared to lose – Stick to drugstore items or if you do take some luxury products, don’t be upset when you lose them on day 1 or they get nabbed on day 2. This is a great bit of advice and has definitely made me rethink a few things I thought I’d take with me. 
  • Remember SPF – I hadn’t realised how large the Glastonbury site actually is and without many spots of shade, it’s better to air on the side of caution and be liberal with the SPF – especially if you’re as pale as I am! 
  • Creams & liquids over powders – This doesn’t just make sense for packing purposes but it’s also a genius way to limit the number of makeup brushes you need! Say bye bye to the powder blushes, bronzers and eyeshadows and pick up the cream blushes (you can use them as lip colour too) and liners instead. 
  • Short, gel nails are the way forward – Mud and long nails are obviously a nightmare but let’s not forget the trials and tribulations of assembling tents, carrying luggage and the effects they can have on freshly painted nails – 2 words: chips galore. Instead, opt for gels on shorter nails to get the most out of your manicure. 
  • Tinting is your friend – The thought of bad brows is a step too far for most, and especially me. I’m not prepared to take any risks so will be getting mine tinted. I’ve been told by many that I’m onto a good idea here – one less thing to take, one less product to apply and it won’t budge with sweat or water. While you’re at it, why not get your lashes done too?
  • Anti-Bac is non-negotiable – Even if you’re prepared to slum it for a week with no showers, a base level of hygiene is needed and stocking up on a selection of anti-bacterial gels makes those toilet trips a little less grim and means you’re always applying makeup with clean hands. 
  • Sandwich bags are your new storage – Picture this: you’re drunk and returning to a dark tent and need to rid your face of the day’s makeup but your products are hidden in multiple makeup and wash bags. Disaster. To avoid rumbling through your possessions with little patience, opt for sandwich bags. Easy, transparent and you won’t care if something leaks inside! Perfect.
  • Stock up on GLITTER!!! – Perfect for that festival ‘look’ but also good to hide a multitude of camping skincare sins. Spots? Bags? No, GLITTER! I hadn’t realised how important this one is but apparently it really is the most popular tip! 

Right, so there you have a collection of beauty top tips in readiness for festival fun this summer. If I’ve missed any wise tidbits of advice, please do post in the comments section below. If not, I hope you have an incredible time this summer and make use of these fabulous, easy tips!

Sincerely, Sarah x

Inside the June 2016 Glossybox

JuneGB2editedIt’s great when a Glossybox delivery coincides with a weekend because there’s bags of time to try everything out! June’s box is back to the classic pink packaging and as expected, it’s a delight to unwrap.

With a bit more Glossybox experience under my belt, I grabbed straight for the guide leaflet and read up on all the products soon to grace my bathroom and makeup bags.

Four skincare pieces, one hair mask and a makeup product later, I’m pretty sure this is my favourite box to date – all be it out of two, but still, these products are awesome. First impressions and a product list below:

  • Spa To You, Konjac Sponge – Supposedly the current natural skincare trend in Korea and Japan, the Konjac sponge claims to be more gentle than a scrub and more effective for leaving your skin smooth and radiant. I’ll be trying this as a part of tonight’s skincare routine so will report back soon.
  • Origins, GinZing Refreshing Eye Cream – Origins as a brand is high on my ‘to try’ list – I’ve seen so many amazing reviews from other bloggers. I was a tad disappointed at how small the sample is but hopefully a little will go a long way. The formula is light and gel-like and if over time it succeeds in reducing dark circles and puffiness, I’m confident Origins will have a new brand ambassador in me.
  • De Bruyere, After Sun Lotion Monoi – French skincare normally means you’re onto a good thing and when you add a soothing after sun lotion into the mix, you really are onto a total winner considering I’m so pale. The smell of this is addictively summery and sweet – think a mix of coconut and floral scents.
  • Ladival, Sun Protection Spray SPF15 – Scientifically proven to protect against four types of UV rays, which is rare for many sun creams, the consistency is surprisingly non-greasy. The spray is practical for travelling too so I look forward to using this should the UK see any more sunny days.
  • Emite Make Up, Lip & Cheek Tint – A truly chic looking product and I’m a big fan of tints. The staying power of this is fantastic and the consistency isn’t too watery. When you use it on your cheeks you’ve got enough time to blend without any awkward stains. Don’t be put off by the colour either, you can achieve a natural look if you prefer.
  • Aussie Hair Care, 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor Deep Conditioner – Already a fave of mine so a lovely and very welcome addition to the box. If anything, the sachet has reminded me to restock on the full size so well played Aussie hair and Glossybox!

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So there you have it, another delivery of fun, new and interesting products in this months Glossybox and I’m already eagerly awaiting the July delivery. What did you receive in your June beauty box of choice, ladies?

Sincerely, Sarah x

My First Glossybox

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Subscription boxes are something you either love or just aren’t aware of yet – trust me, it’s one or the other. I have always been intrigued by the prospect of randomly selected products turning up on my doorstep. Enter my first ever beauty subscription order: a Glossybox.

Arriving just 4 working days later, I was literally like a kid at Christmas unwrapping my first delivery. The box itself was beautifully illustrated, packaged with branded tissue paper and delicate ribbon. It turns out that the May Glossybox illustrations were based on major cities – my pink one was the chic Parisian edition, whilst other subscribers may have opened Berlin, NY or London boxes, and all products were selected with city breaks in mind.

The £10 I spent on my Glossybox got me 3 travel size and 2 full size products spanning skincare and makeup. Here’s a guide to the goodies I received and my first impressions of the products:

  • Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser (29ml) – A light and fresh cleanser with a feel good factor – It’s lovely to know you’re abandoning strong chemicals when you use this. With dry skin, the minimal foaming is a definite bonus.
  • Hawaiian Tropic Satin Protection (100ml) – This smells like holiday which is enough for anyone to adore. The high SPF (30) is fantastic and the travel size means it’s practical for on-the-go use. It’s also not too sticky or thick which is always a plus!
  • Bee Good Youth Enhancing Plump and Firm Moisturiser (15ml) – I really like how this feels on the skin. Again, it’s light and not too sticky but I use a rather generous amount, so could do with the full size pronto. If you like citrus smells, you’ll LOVE this – it’s delicious.
  • Revlon Ultimate all-in-one Mascara (Full size) – This has possibly the smallest wand I’ve ever seen so good for a natural, precise look. Being used to a more false lash effect, I found this a little hard to get used to but I’ll persevere. The packaging is sleek and sits comfortably in your hand when applying.
  • Absolute NY Velvet Lipstick in Lolita (Full size) – Easily my FAVE product from the box. This actually does feel velvety on the lips without being drying – you almost forget you’re wearing it. The colour pay off is good and I’ll definitely be ordering more of these in other shades.
  • and a snack-size bag of Propercorn for good luck.

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My Glossybox experience from start to finish was actually super simple. You sign up,  Glossybox deliver you a selection of products – it really is that easy. We’ve all been guilty of popping into our local drugstore, blowing a tenner on a sub-par product and been left underwhelmed and feeling a bit cheated. The wonder of this is for the same count of pennies you get the element of surprise and a spectacle of unwrapping something a bit special. Is it novelty? Perhaps. Will I continue my subscription? You just try and stop me!

To find out more about the subscription options available and embark on your own Glossybox adventure, check out their site here. Are you a beauty box subscriber? Let me know your brand of choice below.

Sincerely, Sarah x

 

L’Occitane Hand Creams – PRODUCT REVIEW

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Everyone has their thing, and mine is dry hands. I hate having dry hands and annoyingly I’m genetically ‘blessed’ with them. I’ve been through so many variety of hand creams, lotions and oils to treat and soften my skin that I feel well placed to judge the good from the bad, the great from the good and the exceptional from everything in between.

L’Occitane is a brand I only started using a year back and I truly wish I’d have discovered it sooner. I’ve not had a bad product from them yet, and I’ve made the most of them in the past 12 months, that’s for sure! When a good friend gave me a gift pack of their best-selling hand creams, I genuinely couldn’t wait to get stuck in.

The gift set includes three, 30ml tubes of product; the best selling, Shea Butter Hand Cream, the Lavender and the Pivoine Flora:

Shea Butter Hand Cream: I can totally see why one of these is sold every 3 seconds! The website says this product is enriched with 20% Shea Butter which explains how creamy and softening the formula is. What I love most about this cream is that it does it’s job with no added fuss – you’re not left with slimy, sticky hands and your skin actually does feel so much healthier and better nourished as a result.

Lavender Hand Cream: This is my favourite night hand cream. The lavender smell is perfect to help you relax before bed, whilst treating your skin to an extra dose of moisture. The scent is soft and not too heady. I find the formula to be the lightest of the three, so I do need to stick with the Shea Butter during the day to keep my dry skin at bay. If you’ve got nicely nourished hands as it is, try this one first!

Pivoine Flora Hand Cream: Another great hand cream from L’Occitane that soaks in quickly and leaves your hands feeling smooth (thank you, shea butter!). For me, the floral, peony scent is a bit too over powering so I wouldn’t keep this in my handbag to use all the time, but it is a great cream to use every now and again.

In true Sincerely Sarah fashion, I couldn’t do a product review without my overall breakdown:

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Things I love: The gift set has something for everyone as all three creams offer something slightly different – in formula, scent and use. If you’re new to the L’Occitane brand this would be a great introduction to their products, but I warn you, you’ll get hooked.

Things I really love: The packaging is of course, fantastic. I’ve come to expect nothing less from L’Occitane and I fully intend to reuse the beautiful tin for another purpose once I’ve finished the creams. On a practical note, it’s always so handy to have a collection of travel-friendly products for on the go.

Things I didn’t love: As I mentioned, the peony scent of Pivoine Flora isn’t my favourite but I haven’t got a bad word to say about the actual cream and the impact of the product.

Purchasing options: All of the creams are available independently in 30ml travel sizes, or you can pick up the full sized versions of Lavender and Pivoine Flora in 75ml tubes. As the best-selling hand cream, the Shea Butter is available in a 150ml tube too. Prices for all the travel minis is £8.00, the two 75ml creams are available for £14.00 and the 150ml Shea Butter is £19.00. You can buy L’Occitane from independent shops or online.

I definitely look at The Hand Cream Collection gift set as a complete success. I would happily purchase two out of the three full sized products and wouldn’t hesitate to give this as a gift to friends and family. L’Occitane are quickly cementing themselves as one of my favourite skincare brands! I’d love to know in the comments if you’ve tried these and which is your fave.

Sincerely, Sarah x

Spring Favourites

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I’ve been a tad tardy with monthly favourites posts since February, so in an attempt to get back in the flow, I’ve opted for a collection of my top picks this spring. It goes without saying the bulk of products are skincare and beauty related but there are two miscellaneous faves I just couldn’t ignore tagged on at the end.

Revlon ColorStay Foundation: Some beauty bloggers think of this as a dupe for NARS Sheer Glow which was all I needed to hear to get me to Superdrug but comparisons aside, I can’t speak highly enough about this foundation. With medium, build-able coverage, this is perfect for day-to-day looks and at only £12.99, it’s totally affordable and makes your skin look very healthy.

MAC CremeSheen Lipstick in ‘Peach Blossom’: I love, love, love this lipstick and I can assure you this won’t be a passing fling either. The colour is a classic ‘your lips but better shade’ and fab for any occasion.

Clarins Santal Face Treatment Oil: I incorporated this oil into my weekly facial routine in a bid to combat the dryness I get, thanks to the joys of combination skin. I have total confidence in this product, and that’s pretty rare. I know that the morning after I apply this treatment, all dry patches will have disappeared and my skin will be looking and feeling good. For £32.00 this is a great investment piece for any skincare routine and a little product goes a long way so you won’t need to be constantly restocking.

Montagne Jeunesse, Cucumber Peel-Off Mask: Everyone has used these face masks at least once: they’re a £1 each and normally available on a deal in supermarkets and drugstores across the UK. The cucumber anti-stress mask combines citrus and pulped cucumber to remove dead skin cells and freshen up your skin. I found the peel removal a little strange at first but got used to it quickly enough. These masks are suitable for regular use or are great for a little bit of ‘me-time’.

Burt’s Bees Nourishing Mango Lip Balm: As I mentioned in my last beauty haul video, I normally buy and lose lip balms in a matter of days but I’m so pleased this has defied the odds, and I now use it constantly. The smell of this is so refreshing and it leaves my lips super soft and nourished.

L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream: Basically put, if you have dry hands, you need this cream. The formula is rich and creamy and unlike lots of similar creams, doesn’t leave your hands sticky. I’ve already started to notice the difference if I don’t use this for a day so this has quickly made its way into my ‘essentials’ category. Fun fact: this product is so popular, one is sold every 3 seconds! Yup, I promise, you need it in your life too.

Now I’m onto the non-beauty related faves so feel free to close your browser if you’re a die-hard makeup and skincare lover and don’t want to be distracted; I won’t be offended…

ASOS: Now I know what you’re thinking, why on earth is ASOS down as a favourite – it’s hardly new? Well, as much as I love buying beauty products, I really dislike clothes shopping. I’m off to Glastonbury this summer and have been in desperate need of revamping my summer pieces so over the last few weeks I’ve spent countless hours browsing the pages of ASOS compiling excessive wish-lists and for the first time EVER, it was surprisingly fun. A few days later and I’m now waiting on my first clothes delivery of 2016. If you want to know what I picked up, a haul video will be with you next week.

In Stitches – The highs and lows of life as an A&E doctor: My day to day job means I work very closely with the NHS so I couldn’t pass up this book. I am constantly curious about the inner workings of our health service and this is a truly fantastic  read, giving an insight into the everyday workings of a busy A&E department. The author, Dr Nick Edwards, strikes the perfect balance between criticisms of the government and NHS efficiencies, and genuine care for patients. By the end of the book you end up wishing you could bestow medals on every member of NHS staff.

Sincerely, Sarah x

Nude Nail Favourites

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Picking the ‘right’ nude nail varnish is like searching for a needle in a haystack. With so many brands and shades, it’s hard to know where to start without trying out most of the products on the market. If I’m not wearing OPI Gelcolour, 9 times out of 10 my nails will be nude.

I’ve been through so many similar but different nude polish options over the years, it’s a genuine relief that I’m finally content with my four favourites and whether I’m in a pink, beige or peachy mood, I’m covered. If you’re still hunting for that perfect ‘your nail but better’ colour, hopefully this post will help you on your way. 

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From top right, clockwise: ‘Spin the Bottle’ – Essie; ‘Limo-scene’ – Essie; ‘Ballerina – Barry M; ‘Elizabeth Street’ – Nails Inc. 


‘Spin the bottle’ by Essie
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Possibly the nude of all nudes, ‘Spin the Bottle’ is a semi-sheer nude that works perfectly with all skin tones. The creamy beige colour has subtle peach undertones making this a great everyday polish, especially for spring. If you’re an Essie fan, ‘Topless and Barefoot’ is a similar shade and also well-wroth checking out. This one is really hard to beat.

‘Limo-scene’ by Essie £7.99

A pastel pink sheer polish with a whiter than expected finish, this Essie option is perfect for fresh and understated nails. If you’re looking for a full coverage nude, this probably isn’t the one for you but if you’re prepared to be patient and apply 2+ coats, this is a wonderful one to try. ‘Limo-scene’ is the perfect base for a french manicure or you can use it on its own. If you want a whiter nude from Essie try ‘Allure’, or opt for ‘Ballet Slippers’ or ‘Mademoiselle’ for other fantastic pink options.

‘Ballerina’ by Barry M £2.99

For under a fiver you can’t beat Barry M’s nail paints. I personally prefer the lighter shades from Barry M as I find the polish chips quicker than some of the slightly pricier alternatives. ‘Ballerina’ is a sweet dusty pink, it’s vibrant in the bottle but falls just on the right side of girlie when painted. These polishes dry quickly and can be used on natural and acrylic nails with a glossy finish. Win win.

‘Elizabeth Street’ by Nails Inc £11.00

Described as a ‘delicate nude cream polish’, it’s unsurprising that this is one of Nails Inc’s top selling products. The colour is beautiful and looks a little milkier than similar pink nudes on the market. The finish is sheer with an ever so slight shimmer and the lasting power is excellent – you’ll easily get 7 days of chip free wear out of this, and even longer with a good quality top coat. Some people find the formula a little hard to get used to, so best to try this on top of a base coat if you’re unsure but I’ve never had a problem.  

Hope you enjoy trying these colours and let me know if I’ve missed any of your favourites.

Sincerely, Sarah x 

April Beauty Haul (VLOG)

Confession time: I have a problem. It is actually impossible for me to walk into a shop selling makeup and skincare products and not spend money. I wish I were exaggerating but it really is my weakness. Luckily for you, that means my last shopping trip turned into a bag so full of goodies, I couldn’t help but stretch my vlogging muscles once again with another haul and first impressions video. Here you have the latest in my collection of beauty vlogs: 

As I mention in the vlog, if you haven’t checked out Caroline Hiron’s blog, you really do need to. She is an expert in all things skincare and her ‘cheatsheets’ are not only worth reading but have totally revamped how I care for my skin.

Here’s the full list of featured products: 

  • Garnier Micellar Water – 2 for £7
  • Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Night Pads Extreme – £14.95
  • Lush Lip Scrub in Mint Julips – £5.50
  • Burts Bees Nourishing Lip Balm in Mango – £3.69
  • Vaseline Intensive Care Essential Lotion – £5.59
  • Radox Moisture Soak with Calendula and Rose – £1.00
  • Sleek Makeup Brow Kit in Dark – £8.50
  • Sleek Makeup Eyebrow Stylist in Dark – £5.99
  • Sleek Makeup Matte Me Lipstick in Petal – £4.99
  • Revlon ColourStay Foundation for Normal/Dry in Ivory (110) – £9.99
  • Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge in a double pack – £9.99

Knowing my shopping weakness, you won’t be waiting too long for another haul post – blog or vlog. I’m also planning lots of product reviews from these spur of the moment purchases too.

Sincerely, Sarah x

 

 

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