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Sunday, 3 April 2016

Product Empties | March 2016


For todays post I thought I would share with you all some of the products that I have completely used up as I feel this is a great way to discover my real opinion on a product and get a full indepth review after I've fully used it all up.  

Makeup//

Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer

I purchased this concealer almost a year ago now and must say that I absolutely loved it however I made sure to use it sparingly as it runs out quite fast. This product does exactly what the name suggests; it's a creamy texture that helps to brighten the under eyes.  The coverage is excellent and if I set it right away it doesn't crease. I wont be hurrying to repurchase this as I already have many concealers that I'm using however in the future I would certainly like to use it again. 

Nars Sheer Glow Foundation

The moment this product ran out I rebought it right away as this foundation is a must have in my makeup collection. I first tried this product two years ago and have gone through three bottles now. It gives good coverage and is buildable without looking cakey. The shade 'Monte Blanc' is a perfect match for me and it applies easily with a damp beauty blender to give a flawless finish. I think I will continue to repurchase this foundation over and over again. 

Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation

This foundation is another favourite of mine and I'm now on my second bottle of this. Firstly, the shade selection for this foundation is large which made it easy to find the perfect shade for my skin tone and it's coverage is beautiful without looking cakey. It has a demi-matte finish, doesnt settle into lines and blends easily. A little goes a long way which means it will last a long time and I also appreciate that it doesn't oxidise on my skin which some foundations tend to do. 

Skincare//

Garnier Micellar Water

I have gone through many many bottles of this and it's my favourite cleansing water. I rarely use this to remove all my makeup although It comes in handy when I'm feeling lazy and can't be bothered to go through my full skincare routine. I especially like this product for when I'm on holiday because it's quick and easy. Another great way to use it is to refresh your face in the morning. 

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish

Before this product even ran out I repurchased it because I absolutely love it. I have been using this cleanser every single morning and it also removes makeup wonderfully. This cleanser has become a staple in my skincare drawer. 

Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm

When I initially purchased this cleanser I was shocked by the price tag however after hearing so many raving reviews I decided to try it out for myself. Since then I have gone through 2 tubs and it is my favourite cleanser to remove makeup. It feels so luxurious on the skin and makes me look forward to doing my skincare routine. I'm also a huge fan of the Emma Hardie muslin cloths, I own probably 10 because they are the best to use in conjunction with this balm. 


Hair & Body//

Got2B Glued Hairspray

This is my all time favourite hairspray and have used many cans in the past. It maintains my hairstyle all day without leaving a sticky texture. As of yet I haven't yet found a hairspray that works as well to hold my hair in place. 

Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Wash

I've gone through 3 bottles of this now and it is one of my favourite body washes especially for the morning because of its fresh lime scent. I apply this will a shower puff and afterwards my skin feels clean and refreshed. 



That concludes my product empties for the month of March, let me know if you enjoyed this post and I will continue to do them. Comment below one product that you will continually repurchase?