I wanted to talk to you about these magnificent little curlers. They are handbag size, so I was a little dubious as to how good they would actually be! Well they are amazing, seriously, just as good, if not better, than my full size version. I used them for the 1st time on Saturday when I was going out and was very happy with the results.
For me, mornings are about getting out of the house quickly. I am someone who would definitely prefer the extra 10 minutes in bed rather than to get up earlier to do my make-up and hair. The products above are some of my saviours.
The Palmolive Naturals Shower Cream is fabulous, it has a beautiful smell and thoroughly cleanses and moisturises, unlike many expensive shower gels I have had. I think showers can be cheap whilst a bath should be luxurious.
Nivea’s in-shower moisturiser is brilliant. It goes on last, after shower gel and then you just massage this all over your body! It’s then washed off, leaving behind a beautiful coating of almond oil which sinks in really well. It works very much like Aqueous cream but doesn’t have the terrible smell. If you have dry skin, try it, I think you’ll be impressed.
Batiste Dry Shampoo has to be the best invention EVER! I use bottles of the stuff, but if it stops me having to wash and dry my hair in a morning, it’s worth it! That saves me at least an hour! This bottle of talc adds volume to your hair, makes it manageable for up do’s and saves you a day between washes. I no longer wash my hair every day, sometimes not even every two days.
Mark Hill Holiday Hair Beach Babe Sea Salt Wave Spray gives life back to hair! I use this when I curl my hair, at the end, to make the waves look more natural, but I also use it when my hair is wet/damp to give it some texture. I get out of the shower, spray this all over haphazardly and then blast my hair with the hair-dryer. If I’m using it on my dry hair I just spray it on and mess it up a bit with my hands and it seems to revive it between washes.
I am hugely into products and am always trying out new ones, however these ones I always stick with. They are bargains but do the job. The Good Things exfoliator I tend to do once a week and I don’t rub it, just smooth it over my face before splashing it off with some water. It smells amazing. The Garnier Micellar Cleansing water, I believe, is every bit as good as Bioderma sensibio H20 at removing make-up, but both are fab. The Herbal essences intensive mask, leaves hair silky smooth and smells divine. Again I tend to do this once a week. Finally the Garnier body scrub, for your body not your face, this is gentle yet effective. I usually do this in the shower before moisturising and it has really helped to make my skin feel silky smooth. Try at your leisure and let me know your thoughts.