Glittery pink bubble bars just seem to be my thing! I’ve tried and loved both the Candy Mountain and Pink Pumpkin Bubble Bars, and after trying something more adventurous, I decided to go back to my roots by picking up the Rose Jam Bubbleroon!
I rarely get to try Lush’s bath range, so when I stayed in a hotel with a bath, I raced down to Lush to pick out a bath bomb and bubble bar to test out. After looking at which bath bombs looked the prettiest, as well as having a scent I enjoyed, I settled on The Experimenter for my first bath art.
So it turns out I got the wrong Lash Princess everyone’s been raving about in the beauty community. I saw the iconic packaging and picked up the first one I saw, so instead of getting the green version, I purchased the purple. I paid just under $7 AUD, so I’m okay with my mascara mix up, and apparently all the Lash Princesses are amazing anyway – so here’s my review on the Sculpted Volume!
I’ve tried and loved Mario Badescu Rosewater and Green Tea facial sprays, so when Mecca Maxima released the third installment, I was one of the first in store to pick up the Lavender spray!
I’ve been struggling with breakouts for a little while now, and while I think it could be mostly down to too much sugar, I’ve wanted to reassess my basic skincare routine and gradually try new products. I noticed I was lacking a toner in my routine, so I decided to pick up one from one of my current favourite cruelty free skincare companies – Mario Badescu!
I’m going on a four day holiday soon, so I thought I’d share what I’m taking with me, and why I’ve selected these particular items for my makeup routine while on holidays. The key is to take travel-sized items where possible and pack light, while still giving yourself some room for variety.
I purchased this travel sized kit from Sephora after having so much success with Tarte’s skincare line. Here are my thoughts on the set!