Saturday, 27 July 2013

Method Hand Wash in Pink Grapefruit

Method is a brand of various cleaning products that are made non-toxic and environment friendly.

Method hand-washes come in a small variety of scents which are all paraben free, I have previously reviewed French Lavender
The hand washes come in a clear tear shaped bottle. I love the fact that the packaging is all clear and you can see exactly how much product you have left.

Pink Grapefruit is not a particularly favourite scent of mine, but saying that the scent does smell true and not artificial whatsoever nor too overpowering and is very refreshing in the summer months. I find it foams up nicely and leaves my hands fresh and clean without drying them out.
There is a downside for me as I like soaps to be 'anti-bacterial' so I feel more reassured. It does not come with any anti-bacterial properties as it is triclosan-free.

RRP is £2.49 354ml of product and can be purchased directly online or at many everyday high-street retailers.
Disclaimer- This sample was sent to me by PR for review purposes, this does never mean I will give a false review. All my reviews are always my total honest opinions.

Thursday, 18 July 2013

Makeup Academy (MUA) Undress Your Skin Shimmer Highlighter

I'm very fond of highlighters but normally I'd go for one that is more white based which is very hard to come by in the UK anyway.

I've see MUA or shall I say on some products Makeup Academy extend in their forever growing product range. I remember when they had a very basic range of £1 products not that long ago. 

From MUA's Undress Your Skin collection the pinky/peachy based shimmer highlighter is more pearly glowing than anything super shimmery in my opinion and because it's quite sheer in colour it'd probably go for all skin tones depending on how heavily handed you are with the product. 
For the powder texture it's very smooth and no fall out (loose powder dust) happens when you swirl your brush around the pan. It's very lightweight and you cannot feel the product on the skin at all.

For £3.00 this is a bargain and feels like it's worth much more for the quality.

Purchased at Superdrug

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Etude House Dear My Blooming Lips Talk Lipstick in RD301 Lonely Red

Etude House lipsticks have to win hands down for the most detailed prettified packaging.
Dear My Blooming Lips Talk lipsticks come in a large variety of shades (around 24) and seem to be adding more colours.

Here's what they say about the lipstick
"- Smooth texture and outstanding color of creamy gel texture makes clean and vivid lips.
- Relaxed Fitting Complex & Smooth Powder System makes smooth lips without crack.
- Moist Liquid Paste and Hydro-Moist Complex makes moist and kissable lips."

Lonely Red- Why is this lipstick lonely? Lonely Red appears to be a creamy medium deep red with slight cool brown undertones. 

I have to say this lipstick has a wonderful silky gel creamy texture that's very pigmented, for a very creamy texture I expected this lipstick not to last long in terms of wear, but it proved me wrong since it lasted over a couple of hours (just drinking) wore off evenly and left a lovely flush of stain.
The product is lovely and so is the packaging, what more can I say!

No scent or taste.

Can get this for around £8.00 including postage & packaging.

Purchased at Ebay