Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist Review

Pixi Hydrating Milky MistI’ve been using this spray toner/mist for quite some time now and having re-purchased I thought it was time to finally write that promised review.

This toner costs £18 for 80ml and is packaged with a pump – hooray modernity!

The brand doesn’t seem to have many UK stockists but you can get it online or hunt it down in some branches of M&S.
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Coloured Raine: The Queen of Hearts

I missed out on getting this at the first release as it never made it to Blighty but people who did get one liked it so much that Coloured Raine made the Queen of Hearts palette a permanent fixture.

Queen of Hearts

Isn’t she a beauty? I’ve been playing with her for a little while now so I thought I would tell you lovely lot all about it.  Continue reading

Jouer ‘Springtime In Paris’ Palette Review + Swatches

Jouer 'Springtime in Paris'I bought the Jouer ‘Springtime in Paris’ a while back and have been umming and ahh-ing about posting a review.
This was something of an impulse purchase based on hype around the brand, the images and the good reviews it was getting elsewhere.
When it came, as soon as I opened the box I noticed that the shades seemed very different to those shown in the Jouer pictures. The blue in particular is much less saturated than shown in many of the promotional images (although I have to admit it does photograph well it’s actually quite muted). This was not a good sign. Continue reading

Skincare Jargon Busting: Types of Spot!

Skincare Jargon Busting
A normal hair follicle and oil gland

Spots. Pimples. Zits. Breakouts. Acne. Whatever you call them, we all get them from time to time. We dread the sight of them rearing their ugly heads just when we least need it and can’t wait for them to go away!

Having had acne as a teen learning about skincare was important for me. I’ve noticed lots of people are a little confused about which type of bump is which and the huge amount of beauty jargon really doesn’t help them so I decided to do a bit of jargon busting. Knowing what you’re dealing with in the first place is where to start when putting together a battle plan to deal with problem skin. Continue reading