I've been very naughty this month and I finally treated myself to the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Beauty Trio Tin. I've been using Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish for at least the past 5 or 6 years and it really does deserve the cult status us lovely beauty bloggers have given it. In this tin, you get 100ml each of the three limited edition fragrances - Rose & Lavender, Grapefruit & Patchouli and Orange Flower & Chamomile. I've tried the latter two but I wasn't able to get my mitts on the Rose & Lavender, which funnily enough is the one that stands out the most to me. I do have to say that the limited edition fragrances do suit my skin a lot better than the original and I'm so happy that I did invest in this tin because it'll keep me going for so long! The only downside is that you only get 100ml instead of the full size 150ml, but the very pretty tin is a good exchange in my eyes.
Warehouse has been one of those stores that I always thought I was a little too young for but in the past few years I've found myself being drawn to more and more items. Is that the mid twenties in me talking? I find myself loving items now but will look at the cotton ratios and make my decision on how well it will wash. I've definitely hit adulthood now. Warehouse is definitely one of those places where quality stands out in all their key pieces and I don't know what I love more in this post. The denim jacket is so up my street, and perfect for spring with all those light layers we'll have to don. The fringed boots are real leather and just oh so beautiful that I need them in my life straight away. I do have to completely fall in love with the grandad collar blouse though, I love the collar so much, and I don't usually see this kind of collar on the high street. I've been looking for a crisp white shirt and I think I might have found the one.
Kevin Murphy Anti Gravity Oil Free Volumiser (£18) - Kevin Murphy
As you have probably seen, I've recently dyed my hair Kylie Jenner style and gone for an amazing blue ombre. It was definitely one of the best things I have ever done and whilst I was at the salon (VOX Hairdressing in Manchester's Northern Quarter, if you are local, give them a try, they are impeccable!) Jill, my hair stylist popped this little wonder in my hair. The Kevin Murphy Anti Gravity Oil Free Volumiser is a lavender scented texturiser that you pop into damp hair and dry as you normally would. It left my hair bouncy and looking thicker for days and because it is oil free it felt as lightweight as if nothing had been put in at all. Only a small amount of product is needed so this 150ml bottle will last an age, especially as I've trained my hair to only be washed twice a week. I believe £18 is a decent amount of money to spend on something I will definitely be using every time I wash my hair and gives me the result I've been craving for so long!
Do you think £18 is too much to spend on hair care?