Vichy: Capital Soleil SPF50

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We are slowly approaching a middle of the summer (honestly... where did the time go!) and the heat is at its peak... for some areas of the UK more than for the others. Yes, I am talking about you Scotland. The lack of sun in the past few weeks was shocking! Anyways, since we are possibly looking at the option of late summer holidays, we should be looking for a decent enough SPF. 

Thanks to the skincare community, there are more sunscreen options than ever before and all brands are getting innovative delivering products that are supposed to make SPF application as easy and enjoyable as possible. Recently, all I was seeing on my IG feed was an AD showing me a new SPF body sprays from Vichy and I must say I was intrigued enough to pick one of them for a review. 


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This post has been in making for about 10 months. Last year I tried some Olaplex products for the first time and I have been implementing them into my haircare routine ever since. I believe that I am now in a good position to share my thoughts and experiences with Olaplex. 


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It’s been a while since we talked about Eisenberg on this website. I have fallen for this luxurious brand a few years ago when I was gifted some of their products to try. I absolutely loved the first wrinkle cream and one day I will re-purchase (when a big promotion comes in one day lol). 

Lancome: Lash Idole - review

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As much as I try to avoid thinking about the pandemic, the impact of the situation on every aspect of our lives is undeniable. Even makeup trends are affected. For obvious reason, we are switching from full-face makeup to natural no-makeup makeup looks and thanks to face masks the main focus is the eyes. That’s probably why the makeup industry is currently living through the golden age of mascaras. You know well that I mostly prefer drugstore mascaras and my go-to brand is L’oreal, however, I am no stranger to high-end products either. 

St.Tropez: Bronzing Water Mist - Review

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I was never too much into fake tan or tanning beds. I find self-tanning foams and shower gels too much of a hassle and since I am claustrophobic, tanning beds are a huge no-no. The only fake tan I really enjoyed is the spray-on-tan done in a saloon - there is a minimum effort from my side and it looks nice and even. I also liked a product called Luxe oil from St.Tropez but then it got discontinued. 

Neutrogena: Bright Boost Collection

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For any reason, Neutrogena seems to always slip my mind although I am usually impressed with any products of theirs I try. Last time, It was the Curcuma cleansing foam (which is one of my ultimate favourites now), so I decided to try the brand new Bright Boost collection. The collection is supposed to boost the brightness and even the skin tone. This is due to highly concentrated Neoglucosamine which is a amino sugar compound that boosts skin surface cells turnover by up to ten times. On top of it all, it is apparently a building block for a hyaluronic acid. Moreover, these products are full of antioxidants for skin (vitamin C and vitamin E). This collection is suitable for all skin types.