Saturday, 25 June 2016

Bobbi Brown Gel Eye-liner

I have a crush and its called Bobbi Brown products! Last week I visited the brand's stand in Harrods for a complimentary eye make up lesson and I cannot tell you how much I have enjoyed it and how much I have learned. I am a total rookie when it comes to make up but I am feeling that it's time to turn things around and give it a go. 

I have recently discovered BB Pro Hannah Martin on Youtube and her make-up tutorials are so fun to watch! She makes it all look so easy and effortless and that is what I need so I can boost my confidence and become fearless in experimenting. 

Here I will start presenting you some of my favorite products from the brand. 



This is the very first product that I bought from Bobbi Brown for drastic changes to my eye make-up. I went for the very popular Long-Wear Gel Eye-liner in black (£18,50). This award-winning long-wearing eyeliner offers the precision of liquid liner with the ease of a gel-based formula. 



I also purchased the right tool to apply it: the Ultra Fine -Eyeliner Brush (£22,50). This slim, easy to hold and control brush creates a truly flawless line. The brush hairs are finely pointed and tightly packed for precise application. I absolutely love it!

Share you thoughts and favourite BB products with me :-)

Have a great weekend!

Helen xx


Friday, 17 June 2016

Morning Cleansing Balm by Emma Hardie

Something that I have recently discovered is hot cloth cleansers thanks to my colleague Vicky who suggested I give it a go as a new way of cleaning my face. On my way home this morning, I collected some face cloths that I had ordered online from M & S and I cleaned my face with Emma Hardie's Morning Cleansing Balm. My skin loved it and so did I. There is no way I am going back to the conventional cleansers now. I am officially hooked. 

£38 for 100ml


Directions for use: Take no more than a 5p piece of the Morning Cleansing Balm into the palm of your hand to create a cream. Apply to the face, neck and eye area and massage thoroughly into the skin. Tto remove, soak a cleansing cloth in warm water, squeeze out the excess and gently wipe over the whole face and neck, taking extra care around the delicate eye area.

Do you know any other balms that you can recommend?

Have a great day!

Helen xx


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