24 March 2015


I've never done an empties post before but I thought I'd mention all the products I've finished up the past few months and tell you my honest thoughts on them now that I'd finished them completely. There should probably be a few more items in here but sometimes I just throw things out without thinking. You may notice there's a lot of Lush in this post and it's for a good reason; because I love it. So if you're a Lush lover this will probably be right up your street! There's also a few make-up bits which I rarely use up quickly.

Lush Marilyn Hair Treatment x2: I'm on a third pot of this stuff, having probably used one or two before as well, so it's clear I have a whole lot of love for this stuff. I use this on my hair probably once a week or fortnight and it restores my hair to how it should be; supple, soft and not dry at all.

H'Suan Wen Hua: This is a nice hair treatment but I still prefer Marilyn over this one. This treatment is thicker and over all makes your hair really soft. I personally don't like the smell of this one so I won't be repurchasing.

Tea Tree Toner Water x2: I'm on my third one of these so this is another favourite Lush product. It calms my angry/red skin down and overall just helps soothe my skin a little. It's good to use when you have a lot of blemishes.

So White Shower Gel: (Part of the Lush Christmas Range) I ADORE this. I love the smell of it so much - it smells like green apples. It softens the skin really nicely because of this and overall I can't fault it. I only had a tiny bottle of this but it still lasted me a couple of months.

It's Raining Men Shower Gel: (Also known as Honey I Washed the Kids) This is my favourite shower gel alongside So White. It smells like honey (obviously) and is kind of sticky compared to So White but not in a really bad way. I would repurchase this or try another Shower Gel.

Ro's Argan Body Conditioner: (Tester size) The smell of this is super gorgeous and the product it self is really soothing, calming and moisturising. It's really lovely to use in the shower or bath and lightly rinse it off before stepping out and having moisturised skin. I would repurchase this again sometime in the future, but  from memory I think it is quite expensive for the big pot.

Simple Kind to Skin Hydrating Light Moisturiser: This was a good, basic moisturiser but I've since moved onto other moisturisers. Who knows, I may come back to this one as it was light and moisturising enough without it clogging my pores and being oily.

Maybelline Great Lash Mascara: Oh, boy. I've had this mascara for ages. I actually really like this mascara. It's nothing fancy or dramatic at all and not intensely black either. (This one was the brownish black). It's good for natural make-up/school and so easy to apply and get out the door. I would repurchase this again; it's so great for lengthening and separating in my opinion.

Maybelline Master Precise Liquid Eyeliner: From memory this was an okay eyeliner but I found it dried out really, really fast. For that reason I will not be repurchasing again.

Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer: This concealer is really brightening and lovely under the eyes. I think there are better concealers out there though especially when it comes to coverage. After using the Maybelline Fit Me Concealer under my eyes I will never go back.

Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer: Oh, I have good days and bad days with this one. I have times where I really like it and then others where I'm put off by it. One thing I do not like is the packaging because I've broken both I've had by dropping them on the ground but you get what you pay for. This is good for blemishes and has the best coverage of a concealer I've used, however sometimes it can be so drying on my skin and make it look really caked on. I think the key to this is using less of it on more concentrated areas.

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