it’s that time of the month again ;)
Mádara SOS Hydra Moisture Radiance Mask
Travel Size (for sale on their website) — 17,95€
Elemis Superfood Facial Wash
150ml — 29,95€
30ml sample — 5,89€
Christophe Robin Cleansing Volumising Paste with Pure Rassoul Clay and Rose Extracts
250ml — 49,95€
40ml sample— 7,99€
Studio 10 Liquid Foil I — Radiance
There is no price anywhere, not even on the brand’s website, which leads me to believe it’s either a brand new release or it’s being discontinued
Vita Liberata Fabulous Sel Tanning Tinted Lotion
100ml — 22,95€
50ml sample — 11,47€
Rituals The Ritual of Dao Body Cream
220ml — 22,95€
70ml sample — 7,30€
Real Chemistry Environmental Rescue Essential Day Cream
50ml — ~29€ (price from the U.S. website)
10ml sample — 5,8€
Overall Value (without the Liquid Foil): 56,40€
keep in mind the prices/currency exchange and links were the ones available at the moment of this post, trying to use whenever possible the LookFantastic website as reference.
my calculations are simplistic and do not take into account the markup of sample/travel-size packaging:
(full size price ÷ full size amount) × sample amount
an update on my favourites and routine for my oily hair was waaaaay overdue, so here it is, with a few tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way that have helped me keep it under control and looking fairly healthy despite not spending that much time on it.
Continue reading “oily hair favourites”
if you’re like me and you don’t like to leave the house without your precious skincare and makeup, but also feel ridiculous by checking in your bag for a 3-day trip just because of the liquids-security issue, this video may just come in handy.
grab a cup of your favourite beverage, because this is going to be a long one…
Continue reading “travelling — toiletries in your carry-on”
Here comes another unboxing with some first impressions, my review of last month’s box and an update on the price conundrum from the past box.
Continue reading “LFBB unboxing | September 17”
Here’s another unboxing for you. This one had me wondering about what happened this month and, when I went to do the maths… I got even more suspicious… I talked about it on my Insta Stories, also.
Continue reading “LFBB August 2017”
I’ve never done one of these before… How did I go?
Aside from the spinach and lipstick on my teeth, I mean.
oh, you have to go and watch again because you couldn’t stop staring? ok, I’ll wait…
I’ll just leave you here a list of the products mentioned.
Continue reading “an empties video”
It´s June already! Gosh darn it.
Well, here are the goodies from this month and also my reviews on the last month’s box!
Continue reading “Lookfantastic Beauty Box Unboxing — June”
here comes another unboxing, and also, my impressions on the products from the last month’s box.
I happen to be quite excited with a few of the products I received this month…
Continue reading “Look Fantastic Beauty Box — May”
on my last visit to the supermarket, I was flabbergasted: they have discontinued the only sulfate-free shampoo line that was not meant for extremely damaged and colour-treated hair and that was readily available (as in, in the supermarket). this oily haired gal that prides herself on keeping her locks on a delicate balance that only need washing up to 3 times a week but gets dandruff whenever she uses a regular sulfate shampoo was outraged.
then my eyes hit that new thingamajig L’Oréal came up with. I’m no stranger to the no-poo trend but had never tried it — and this is just LOW-poo, but still… it probably will be too heavy, I thought.
then I reminded myself of my 3 readers/subscribers and decided “what the heck! it’s for science!”
Continue reading “L’Oréal Low-Shampoo”
although I have a great time with Lush’s bath bombs, bath mets and overall fun stuff, to me Lush is an overall really solid green-oriented brand with great products in all ranges. Lush is hardcore cruelty-free, many of their products are vegan, and they claim all of the chemicals they still use on their products (fragrance, sulfates, preservatives) to not be harmful for the skin, especially in the concentrations they use.
I had to had to do a video on my everyday Lush favourites.
nose disclaimer: I love soft, creamy, nutty scents, vanilla absolute, and then soft roses, coconut and coffee sort of aromas. not too much into the strongly fruity, tropical, sickening sweet or floral end of the smell spectrum. but all of this has to do with preferences, right? nothing like giving it a whiff in store ;)
Continue reading “my favourite Lush products”