Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Scholl Party Feet & Dry Skin Instant Recovery Cream: Review

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Scholl Party Feet Ultra Slim & Dry Skin Instant Recovery Cream (£4.99 & £5.99)* - Superdrug

IT'S SUMMER GUYS. The sun is out and I am absolutely loving it. I'm an such a sun baby and my body has been craving the Vitamin D for so long but with the sun, your feet have to make an appearance. I was kindly gifted these Scholl products and it came at the most perfect time. On Saturday, I was at a good friend's wedding and obviously, my tootsies were out! The Dry Skin Instant Recovery Cream was a saviour. Apply to clean, dry feet and you are good to go for any event, even for the day. It has really helped with the ongoing of getting my feet summer ready and for £5.99, it's definitely worth the money. Now onto the Party Feel Ultra Slim, and I was certainly glad to see these in the package. I am awful in heels, really awful, so when I popped these in my heels, it made a real difference. These heels are quite a bit higher than I usually go but they matched my dress perfectly so what could I do? The Party Feet are reusable so I'll be popping them into another pair of shoes on my birthday next week, I can't wait to actually be able to walk in heels on a regular basis!

Have you tried these products before?


Sunday, 31 May 2015

Veet Natural Inspirations EasyWax Electrical Roll-On Kit: Review

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Veet Natural Inspirations EasyWax Electrical Roll-On Kit* (£29.99) - Veet
Waxing, it's always a sore subject but it's the time of year when a lot of women opt to pop to their local salon and bear all in the name of the hairless days. Bikini season is upon us and I think I might have the answer to the bearing all bit to the summer. Veet Natural Inspirations EasyWax Electrical Roll-On Kit was kindly sent to me to review, and it's genuinely a really good edition to my bottom drawer. Included in the box is a self heating device and its cap, a base to hold the device, electrical cable, 50ml roll on wax refill, 12 non-woven strips and 4 Perfect Finish wipes. As a start, I think the price is really reasonable because there is definitely a good few goes in this! I used this on my legs, and I can tell you, it works wonders. The wax is left to heat for 20 minutes and then you just roll and rip, simple as that. If you need how to guide about making waxing really simple, Veet have a brilliant one on their website here. What I love about the kit is that the Veet Natural Inspirations EasyWax Electrical Roll-On Kit is made 90% from natural origin including the shea butter that keeps you soft for up to 28 days. I can definitely say to give this a go, it can be bought in Boots, Superdrug and Amazon so you don't have an excuse!
Would you give Veet Natural Inspirations EasyWax Electrical Roll-On Kit a go?

Thursday, 28 May 2015

CurrentBody.com Event: Manchester






A couple of weeks ago I was invited to an event in Manchester by Carousel PR for CurrentBody.com. Knowing there would be lots of beauty gadgets to have a gander at, me and the lovely Katie (golddust-blog.co.uk) headed over to have a play. We were greeted by Laura, one of the Carousel ladies and she showed us around a lot of the amazing gadgets and left us in the hands of Elegant Touch and the at home shellac station. We both had our nails done, which happened to be the first time I've EVER got my nails done (don't look at me like that) and I'm not going to lie, it was very therapeutic. I'd like to try the shellac again because it did start peeling off after 4 days but I've heard so many good things about it before. Maybe I have funny nails? The stand out item for me was the Pulsaderm Buddy which is basically a smaller and cheaper version of the Clarisonic but had about one million more heads to pop on (okay, a slight exaggeration but there was even one for your feet!) All in all, it was a really good evening full of cocktails, canapes and beauty gadgets!