I’ve not been buying a huge amount lately in an attempt to use and make the most out of things I already have. One product aside, I’ve bought products to replace the ones I’ve used up recently.



I’ve always used Coconut Oil for a multitude of beauty tasks, mainly as a hair mask. I’ve become slightly bored of it so decided to have a bit of a change and give sweet almond oil a go. Fushi make a good selection of organic, cold pressed oils which I’m planning on trying more of in the future. I love the fact that I won’t have to melt this oil everytime I want to use it as a hair mask!


Philip Kingsley Elasticizer Extreme 

I tried a sample of the original Elasticizer a while ago and thought it was brilliant, when I decided to buy a full pot I went for the extreme version instead as it’s designed for thick, coarse hair that’s quite damaged. I’m desperately trying to get my hair back to a good condition and I hear this is the stuff for the job!


Soap & Glory Archery

I usually fill in any gaps in my brows with powder and an angled brush, it gives the best finish but it’s definitely not the quickest method. I also unfortunately lost my spoolie between a crack in the floorboards so an eyebrow pencil with a spoolie on the end was a necessary purchase! I really love this one, the pencil is very thin and so looks very natural it also has a wind up mechanism so it does’t need to be sharpened.


Soap & Glory Supercat

I’ve been wearing winged liner a lot lately so when my Avon SuperExtend liner ran out I needed another one pronto. I had read good reviews on this one and I’m really glad I got it, the pigment it super black, the point stays sharp and the formula stays put.



Late to the party, I know. I finally caved and bought this palette after lusting after it for the longest time. I’m so glad I did because I absolutely love it and have been getting a lot of use out of it. I know it will be my go-to palette for traveling as it’s a great edited down selection of every colour I need. 

Have you tried any of these products?



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