Hi there! If you read my blog, you know that I can’t resist anything that says “half price” or “100% Extra Free”. So when I saw that my local Poundland had restocked these huge 500 ml Imperial Leather shower gels, I felt a mild bargain fever coming on. 🙂
So I bought Imperial Leather’s Revitalising Ylang Ylang & Juniper Shower Gel and Imperial Leather’s Day At The Spa Nourishing Body Wash with shea butter and honeysuckle.
Imperial Leather Revitalising Ylang-Ylang & Juniper Shower Gel turned out to be much nicer than expected. Whilst this shower gel is not moisturising at all, it smells surprisingly pleasant – almost sophisticated. I would describe the fragrance as a mix of tea, flowers and clean woods. Very nice!
Imperial Leather Day At The Spa Nourishing Body Wash is just as pleasant. I love that it’s a noursishing body wash, so my skin doesn’t feel dry the moment I get out of the shower. The shea butter and honeysuckle fragrance is lovely and I think it matches the spa theme perfectly. The shower gel has been renamed to Summer Days now, but that name is just as fitting.
If you too can’t resist anything that says 100% Extra Free, you should pop by your local Poundland to see if they stock these huge 500 ml Imperial Leather shower products. I’ll definitely go back again to check if they’ve got any other fragrances. 🙂
Hi there! This is my first post about stuff I wouldn’t recommend. I’ve done a few posts about products I wouldn’t repurchase, but I’m thinking that I might make it clearer in the title from now on. Now, let’s get to the products! Meet Superdrug’s Sweet Snuggles Chocolate Vanilla Hand Cream and FCUK Pure Bodyspray.
Superdrug’s Sweet Snuggles Chocolate Vanilla Hand Cream is a product I found in the bargain bin at my local Superdrug store. Whilst this cream does a good job moisturising my hands, the sickly sweet vanilla scent annoys me big time.
FCUK’s Pure Bodyspray is another product I regret buying. The fragrance contains notes of violet, pepper and vanilla. In theory, this doesn’t sound bad at all. In reality, I find this fragrance obnoxious. I tell you why…
At first there’s a blast of old-fashioned violets, the next thing my nose picks up is the smell of butcher – the intensity of the white pepper in this fragrance is beyond words. After a minute or two the pepper note is gone and what remains is the scent of dried violets with a hint of candy vanilla. Not pleasant. At all.
I’ll give the hand cream and the bodyspray to a teenage relative who’s always happy to take all kinds of unwanted stuff off my hands. She loves sickly sweet scents in everything, so she might actually like these two products.
Hi there! After lots of manis involving foils or stamping I’ve done a really simple mani the other day.
I couldn’t think of anything spectacular, so I just painted my nails (two coats) with Astor Quick’N Go 321 – a pale vintage rose colour with a cream finish.
I wasn’t sure which kind of glitter would look best, so I chose a simple gold glitter as a top coat. I’m sorry, I don’t remember which one because they all look the same. And I meant it – they’re not similar, they all do look the same.
I’m quite happy with the Astor polish (another great find from Poundworld) which didn’t chip until day four.
The gold topper didn’t feel too rough. Good suff – no regular to coat needed!
Whilst this isn’t my favourite mani, I think it looks alright.
Hi there! Today’s post is about this Possibility Amber & Lavender 3 in 1 Shower Gel, Shampoo & Bubble Bath.
I’ve never heard of the brand Possibility and I’ve never seen any of their products – until last Saturday when I saw this shower gel at my local Family Bargains store.
The big 525 ml bottle was 99p only, so I bought it. The bottle design looked oddly familiar, but I didn’t realise that Possibility is a clone for Philosophy until just now.
Anyway, I think this Amber & Lavender shower gel is really nice. It smells a lot like warm amber with a hint of lavender only – which is great because I think lavender can smell quite harsh on its own.
I also liked that this shower gel didn’t feel drying at all. It wasn’t particularly rich or creamy, but it was really gentle which is all I want from a shower gel.
I think Possibility did a very good job with this shower gel and now I’m excited to try more products from this brand. I have no idea if Possibility products are available at any regular drugstore or supermarket, but I’ll definitely keep my eyes peeled the next time I’m hitting the bargain stores.
Hi there! After Pantene Youth Protect and Pantene Breakage Defence I’ve now tried Pantene Pro-V Colour Protect & Volume Shampoo and Conditioner.
I really love the shampoo. It makes my hair feel incredibly soft. I think this is one of the best shampoos I’ve ever had.
The conditioner is not as great. It feels dry and not very conditioning at all. I need to use a lot of product but the result is still only meh because it doesn’t detangle my hair properly.
I’ll definitely repurchase the shampoo and will team it up with a different conditioner. However, I’m not buying this conditioner again.
Pantene Colour Protect & Volume shampoo (400 ml) and conditioner (360 ml) can be yours for £3.99 each. But keep your eyes peeled for half price offers!
Hi there! I’ve been looking for a nice and opaque white nail polish for a while. And after reading a few reviews I bought MUA White Wash.
I think White Wash is quite good. It didn’t take long to dry and two coats were sufficient for perfect white nails. Good job, MUA!
Now what do you do with white nails? You stamp! 😀
But before I got to work with my stamping kit, I tried to add a touch of glamour with a no-name iridescent white shimmer polish.
Then I selected a few simple floral images from different no-name stamping plates which I stamped on with Filthy Gorgeous Midnight. Midnight is a great polish for stamping – but I’m sure you can see that. 🙂
Hi there! A friend of mine gave me two Miss Sporty lip balms as a present the other day. And today I’m letting you know what I think of this Miss Sporty Dr Balm Gossip Kiss SOS lip balm. First of all, this lip balm has a slight orange tint and it smells of melons. So far, so good.
In regards to its moisturising qualities, I think this lip balm does a fairly decent job. It glides on smoothly and it feels nourishing without being too sticky. I’m currently using this lip balm as a base for my lipliner which works fine. I’m quite happy with this lip balm and I’ll definitely use it up.
In regards to the other Miss Sporty lip balm, I forgot the exact name, but it was a beige one and it smelled like a mix of cheese and gym socks. I chucked it out. Apparently it was supposed to be honey-flavoured, but it smelled really rank.
Anyway, if you’d like to try any of the Miss Sporty Dr Balm lip balms, you’d have to look for them online because they seem to have been discontinued.