My hair is naturally curly, so when I dry it with a hairdryer it transforms itself into a frizz so intense that even though my mum has seen it many, many times, she still laughs hysterically at me when she sees my hair post-hairdryer.
So I started using this and it works, taming the frizz, doesn't weigh my hair down and make it get greasy any quicker than normally, I can even put it on my roots and it won't get greasy, which in my books is a sign of great craftsmanship. And makes it soft, hence why I've almost finished the tube. My mum said she can only get it from Sainsbury's so am not sure where else you can get it.
My lips have serious moisture problems, most of the time they are somewhat chapped, and the rest they are at the stage of dry and rough that they hurt, so I always use some sort of lip balm, and do lots and lots of reapplying throughout the day. I've been using Lypsyl Original for quite a while now, I've used about six altogether and get through about one every two weeks (but like I said, I am always reapplying) and it is really good, when they are not dry it prevents them from getting that way, and other times, e.g when I went Alton towers and woke up the next morning with lips bright red and sore, they help soothe them
I get it from Wilkinson's for a cheap amount.
I got the No7 Mineral Perfection Blusher when there was a voucher offer on, I think it was £5 off £8.75 so it was a good bargain. I like this product because it is seriously long lasting and gives a really nice soft, airbrushed finish, and paired with bronzer it adds really nice colour to my face. Plus you only need a little bit of product and is going to last ages.
The only thing I don't like is the packaging, but I don't like the sifter jars in general, wish it was exactly the same just different container.
I got colour Rose Pink 05.
My sister kept on telling me to try Collection 2000 Volume Sensation Waterproof Mascara out, she has been swearing by it for quite a while; I think I've seen about four tubes in her room. So I finally decided that I would give it ago.
I like it; it is buildable and is good at separating lashes and making them thick and long..long, long; when I was wearing my glasses one time my lashes kept touching the glass which was both annoying, and impressive.
The brush is big and chunky and sometimes I have a problem with hitting the bridge of my nose at the sides because of the brush size, but to fix that you just have to be more careful.
When it comes to removing it I do have to work at it a lot harder than my other mascaras but I think that's because it looks exactly the same as it does at night when I put it on 12 hours ago in the morning, and isn't one to melt away throughout the day. As long as you're willing to take it off properly then there is no problem, but otherwise you end up with what looks like really bad bags under your eyes. Both all worth, it in my opinion.
To me it smells like bounty chocolate but no-one else agrees with me, my mum thinks it smells like marzipan..... so go smell it yourself if you think you might want it.