Thursday, 14 February 2019

Philip Kingsley Elasticizer Coconut Breeze Review

When I think of Philip Kingsley hair care, I think of the Elasticizer and I'm sure some of you do too! Brand Alley kindly sent me the Coconut Breeze version of this infamous product to trial and review.


What's different about this hair treatment is that it needs to be applied before you shampoo and condition! It promises to be a 'super conditioning pre-shampoo treatment, which adds elasticity. bounce and shine to all hair types'.

I find the best way to apply this is to wet your hair in the sink, bath or shower, then add the product to your hair and make sure it's covered from root to tip. I then use a shower cap as you need to leave it on for 10-20 minutes, I'll usually exfoliate and shave my legs in this time. Once done you can wash the treatment off and carry on with your normal shampooing and conditioning routine. If you don't mind sleeping in a shower cap or on a towel, you can also leave this treatment on overnight and wash off in the morning.

When I came to blowdry my hair after the treatment, I noticed it was more manageable and had fewer tangles. The Coconut Breeze scent is incredible and a few people complimented me on it!

This treatment is best for those who don't mind patiently waiting in the shower or bath. If that's you, it's sure to make your hair feel softer and smells amazing!

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Tuesday, 29 January 2019

January Beauty New In - Pay Day Wishlist


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Milk Makeup Matte Bronzer
Cult Beauty know exactly how to get the beauty community excited about new makeup launches, everyone has been hyped up over Milk Makeup coming over from the US to the UK. I myself have been caught up in this whirlwind and I'm currently lusting after the Matte Bronzer. I love stick bronzers and contours because their formulas tend to blend seamlessly with foundation.
I've also heard great things about their Kush High Volume Mascara and Blur Liquid Matte Foundation.

Soap & Glory Wonditioner Intensive Conditioning Pink Clay Hair Mask
I'm already a huge fan of the Soap and Glory body care, their range is affordable and smells incredible. I wouldn't expect anything else for their new haircare range. They have shampoos, conditioners, serums, dry shampoos, and oils, but it was the hair mask that has grabbed my attention.

I wanted to purchase the original stick formula of the Hourglass Vanish foundation but had read reviews that said it didn't last long, so it didn't seem good value for money. However, I think this liquid formula would be easier to use more sparingly than a stick. 

I'm not going to lie, the name of this piqued my interest. It sounds like it would pack more punch than your usual at home skincare. It contains Alpha Beta Extra Strength Peels (30 pads), Alpha Beta Pore Perfecting Cleansing Gel (60ml) and the Alpha Beta Exfoliating Moisturiser (15ml). 

BECCA X Khloé Kardashian Bronze, Blush & Glow Palette
Keeping Up with the Kardashian's is my guilty pleasure, I think Khloe might actually be my favourite sister. Her collaboration with Becca looks dreamy, this powder palette would be ideal for travel. I imagine the texture and finish to be the same as the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powders. 

Flower Beauty Supernova Celestial Skin Elixir Primer
I watched a few interviews with Drew Barrymore on YouTube for the launch of Flower Beauty into the UK market and her charisma is so inspiring! The Supernova Skin Elixir seems to be one of the hero products of the line. It promises a glowy base to apply your makeup to. It would be interesting to see how the purple tone comes through on the skin!

What's on your payday, new in beauty wishlist? 
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Monday, 28 January 2019

Gym Makeup Duo

Yes, I know wearing makeup in the gym is bad for you! However, as I have quite a bit of acne scarring, I need a little coverage even when going to the gym. Having a more even complexion gives me the confidence I need while working out.

Gym Makeup - Garnier CC Cream in Light and Glossier Stretch Concealer in Light Review

The Garnier BB Cream has been around for years, it was probably one of the first BB creams to become widely available to the Western market. I purchased the Oily to Combination Skin formula in the shade Light. Unfortunately, this product has a poor colour selection, I believe it only comes in Light and Medium. I'm a MAC NC15 for reference and the Light shade is slightly too dark for me.

I use my fingers to work the BB Cream into the skin, I find a brush tends to create streaks as you apply. Using your fingers really helps you to work the product into the skin. The consistency is light and moisturising, it doesn't feel too heavy and has a nice subtle glow on the skin.

The one thing that the Garnier BB Cream does not cover is my under eye circles, so I do need a touch of concealer to cancel out the purple tones.

I use the Glossier Stretch Concealer in the shade Light, which is a better colour match for me compared to the BB Cream. I lightly pat this under my eyes, it's a moisturising formula, which again works best when applied with your fingers. It creates a brightening effect, which is ideal for a minimal makeup look.

Both products combined give me the confidence to go to the gym, they are sweat proof and can be easily be removed after your workout. I don't think that either product would stay on all day due to their moisturising formulas but they are both quick and easy products to wear in the gym.

Do you wear makeup to the gym?
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