Saturday, 27 July 2013

Lately I've Been Lovin' #11

I didn't get to blog about my favourites last month due to my internet & Blogger plotting against me so this post is for June & July. A couple of products (The Breakfast Scrub & Zoeva Powder Brush) I didn't get untill near the end of the month but they're already firm faves! If I've reviewed any of the products I'll add links.

L'Oreal Skin Perfection 3 in 1 Purifying Micellar Solution: Not only is this good at removing mascara but it's always on offer which make's it really affordable. It's often BOGOF or half price so stock up when you can. (link)
YUKO Anti-Frizz Shampoo*: There's nothing better than trying out and falling in love with brands I've never heard of before. From the first use I knew this bottle of frizz smoothing amazingness would make it into my monthly faves. It smells lovely and even before adding conditioner I could tell this shampoo ment business. (link)

Soap & Glory The Breakfast Scrub: I've never been a big fan of Soap & Glory but last year I tried Pulp Friction for the first time and loved everything about it apart from the scent. Fast forward a few months and I'm a die hard The Breakfast Scrub lover. It smells like maple syrup, the scent is really addictive, and the scrubby bits are so densely packed that you get one helluva exfoliation. I always thought this was an oily scrub that would leave an oily residue on my skin but it isn't. It rinses away clean but doesn't leave the skin feeling stripped.

Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara: I've read a lot of mixed reviews on this mascara. My lashes without mascara look as if I've straightened them and not many mascara's actually curl and manage to hold a curl so I stayed well away untill finding it in a local outlet store for £2.99. It's the best £2.99 I've ever spent, my lashes love it! It's nice and black, lengthens, holds a curl and doesn't flake or irritate my eye's at all. I'll be going back for more.

Macadamia Deep Repair Masque*: This beauty has made it into my Holy Grail list. It's fantastic! Expensive but worth it, I'll make sure I'm never without this product. You can read more about it's magic powers here.

MAC Paint Pot 'Painterly': Another product I'd thought about getting for the longest time but never did untill a few weeks back. If you're like me and get bored from all the constant MAC fangirling and have no desire to jump onboard that bandwagon or try anything from the brand, please make this the exception. It's a fantastic product and something I reach for on an almost daily basis. It blanks out discolouration/veins on the lid and can be worn alone for a clean eye look or used as primer.

Diesel Loverdose: Diesel fragrances don't usually get my attention but last year I fell in love this this after receiving a sample with a Debenhams order. I have a 30ml bottle that lives in my bag but treated myself to this 50ml bottle last week when it was reduced to £20. It's one of those scents that last all day and always get you some compliments

100% Pure Lip Glaze 'Peach Bellini*: Gorgeous products, gorgeous packaging, gorgeous brand. Most natural make up brands I've tried haven't been very good. The colours are usually boring, lack pigmentation and the textures are questionable but not with 100% pure. I wouldn't have known this was a 100% natural brand if I'd tried the products blind. This lip glaze sits somewhere between a tinted lip balm and a lipstick. It's buildable, you can get an almost opaque finish and the colour is just lovely.

Zoeva 106/Powder Brush: I haven't tried many powder brushes and even thought I've only had this for around a week I can already tell you it's the best I've ever tried. I'll try to get a more detailed post up soon on this and the pencil brush.

Have you tried any of these products?
What have you been lovin' this month?

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*PR sample

18 comments:

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    1. It's addictive. I can't pass the bottle without having a sniff.
      xo

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  2. I love the way Loverdose smells, didnt like it at first but now im dying to buy a bottle! x

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    1. A bottle lasts aaaages, you don't need to top up much during the day. It lasts really well.
      xo

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  3. I love the breakfast scrub and revlon grow luscious, great picks!

    Annie | www.raspberphobia.com

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  4. The Breakfast Scrub is amazing and the packaging of the lip glaze is so pretty! xx

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    1. I'm a sucker for packaging. It's really pretty and very moisturising.
      xo

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  5. As a big lover of natural beauty products, I would love to try the 100% Pure Lip Glaze Peach Bellini..sounds and look very good :)
    Thanks for your review!

    Ila x

    http://cleanserblog.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. 100% Pure do body products too. The body lotions are lovely and come in loads of different scents.
      xo

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  6. This lip glaze looks lovely

    Kimberley x

    www.kimberleysbeautyblog.com (currently running an international MAC giveaway)

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    1. It's so nice, feels like a really moisturising balm.
      xo

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  7. I really want to try that mascara! Love thr sound of the shampoo too x

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    1. I recommend both. Doubt the mascara actually makes lashes grow but it's a great mascara.
      xo

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  8. I haven't tried any of the micellar formulas yet. The concept of a "water" being able to clean your face properly still puzzles me. At the moment, I'm loving several wonderful products from the French organic brand, Melvita.

    Ali

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    1. They don't clean your face, even though they claim to. They only remove surface dirt. I use them to remove eye makeup before cleansing.

      I haven't tried many Melvita products but they always seem to get good reviews.
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  9. I've been loving YUKO haircare this month too, their anti-frizz stuff is the boy! x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

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