The beauty industry is full to the brim with all kinds of scents, especially when it comes to bath and body products. There really is a product available in every kind of scent from cookies to pineapples, there will be a product smelling of it! This is all great news if your an experimental soul, but sometimes it's nice to just stick to the classics, if it aint broke don't fix it eh? You can't really get a more classic scent than rose, it's such a grown up, nostalgic clean scent that has been used as fragrance forever. With this in mind, when I was given the chance to try some products from Jurliques Rose Collection I was more than happy to accept.
Now I'm the last person who needs more nail polish, but when you come across a bargain this good it's too hard to resist! Before Christmas there was an increase in beauty advent calendars which although looked wonderful, I wasn't convinced I'd use all of the products. However as a nail polish addict, the one that stood out to me the most was the Ciate Mini Mani Month, basically a new nail polish for 24 days.. how good does that sound? At around £42 I decided to resist the temptation and forgot all about it until now. Why now do you ask? Well it's now appeared for the amazing price of £16.99 via Fragrance Direct and I had to snap it up while I had the chance. Here's what's inside.
As beauty bloggers, through trying out many different brands and products, not a lot of products stick around for the long run. We love them at the time but it doesn't take long for a new shiny product to take over and our beloved products get cast aside. Thankfully there are plenty of exceptions to this rule and some products even stick around for longer than 10 years, when we first discovered them in our teens and never looked back. Here's a few products which have stood the test of time.
We can't believe February has come to an end already but that means it's time for our monthly summary of what we got up to during the month. We started off February with the stressful task of redesigning our blog by ourselves with a couple of glitches at the beginning but thankfully we've gotten to grips with our new blog platform and we can now relax. Here's what you may have missed.