Emma Hardie Amazing Cleansing Balm:
I recently decided that it was about time I gave up makeup wipes and spent some time on my skin care regime. I don’t want to wake up in 10 years time regretting all the nights I spent sleeping in my makeup. Emma Hardie’s cleansing balm promises that skin will be throughly cleansed and moisturised, along with helping reduce dullness. Emma Hardie Amazing Cleansing Balm can be found in Arnotts for €41
This is another product that is fast becoming a cult favourite. Every time I go into Boots it is sold out. Hydraluron Moisture Boost is said to hold onto the moisture in your skin and any moisturiser that you apply. It is meant to not only improve the moisture in your skin from the first application, but also over time said to help your skin retain more moisture on its own. Hydraluron can be bought in Bootsfor €32.50
The beauty of this bag speaks for itself. The Selma bag comes in two sizes, a smaller messenger bag and then a larger size tote size. It is expensive but then a girl can dream.
I love big hair. The bigger the better. In fact there is no such thing as too big for me. I currently use the Babyliss Pro Ceramic wand to curl my hair, but this can take anything from 15 minutes to 45 minutes, depending on how curly I want my hair. The Babyliss Curl Secret promises to half the amount of time you spend curling your hair. Not only would this product save me time but it would also stop me burning my fingers. Win Win.
I was a little bit dubious when this blusher was first released. The amount of product that you get looks a lot less then in previous boxed blushers, however this is not the case. Benefit are just using a new formula that makes the product more compact but with better quality. At €34 it isn’t cheap but oh how beautiful it is on the cheeks. Just what I need to lift my makeup in the dark winter days.