Sunday, January 19, 2014

The Video | Best Of 2013: Skincare, Bodycare & Haircare


This is my wrap up for the favourites of 2013. The first half was based on makeup, tools and nails which warmed my heart last year, so today I'm venturing on my staples for skincare, haircare and bodycare products. I've filmed the video over on my youtube channel, so if you want to take a gander then you can click here, but if you'd like to just take a look at the highlights, then I've listed some below for you:

L'oreal Paris Studio Line #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray: I've never had a structured 'hair care' routine, but I reckon I've begun to compile a list together and this is included. Having long hair can be quite boring and in need of volume and my golly, does this product live it up. It makes me look as if I have different hair, giving it the confidence to have a competition with Cheryl Cole's signature volumized hair. 

Botanics All Bright Eye Soothing Makeup Remover: A product which makes removing makeup an easy and quick task. This remover seems like it has superpowers, it removes all traces of waterproof mascara/eyeliner, as well as removing any eye inch of eye makeup. Due to it being of an oily texture it doesn't leave the eyes red and sore. 

La Roche Posay Moisturiser: 2013 caused me to freak out about my skin. It sounds horrific and to me it was. I hardly get problematic skin, but after using a product which caused me to breakout for what seemed like forever (either the NARS Sheer Glow or an Origins moisturiser), my skin looked like a leopard. However, after using this moisturiser it gradually cleared things up with a sigh of relief on my behalf and probably everyone that saw me bare-faced. I am in love with this moisturiser, especially as I bought it when it was on sale. It's not greasy and has no scent, so it's perfect for those of you who aren't one for fake smells. 

Origins Charcoal Mask: As I said before, this and the problematic skin fought against one another, with the mask being the winner. This really helped my skin hugely, apart from feeling like I've had botox when applied, the mask is a must-have if you want to open those pores and just get rid of the dead skin cells, spots and blemishes. Plus, it's quite amusing trying to smile with the mask on. 

For the rest of my favourites, you can watch them in my video. You might want to grab a notepad and pen to note things down or a cup of tea. 

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