Lots of love
Lots of love
This was my sister little haul for you guys. Let me know if you have tried any of the Nail Varnishes and which colour is your favourite? I would love to pick one up 🙂 Ah also tell me which Apocalips is your favourite, would to know course I’m that nosey 😉
Ah, and don’t forget to enter my giveaway here.
Thanks so mush for reading and have a summery day
A couple of days ago I launched my very first giveaway, if you haven’t seen it, then you should definitely take a peek here. In the giveaway I ask you to tell me what you would like me to do in future posts, and loads of you have said HAULS and I want to please you lovely readers – so here we go!
The first thing I just had to add to my bag was a product I had been eyeing for a while. Even though my workouts are at a minimum right now, a dry shampoo is a must in the gym bag, so I wanted to try the Batiste Dry Shampoo. It was in the sales for DDK 39 (£4.5) for the 200 ml bottle, so I thought it was pretty budget friendly. If I like it I’m definitely going to buy more and I love that it is scented. You can get a lot of different scents but I got the Sweet and Spirited one – she picks up the bottle and sprayes it to figure out the scent. Can’t describe the scent though, it’s kind of sweet and fresh.
I’ve been wanting this next product for ages but always thought it was kind of expensive then I thought of my voucher and added the Moroccan Oil Treatment to the bag. I feel like everyone have it and thinks it’s the best oil ever, so I had to see what all of the fuzz is about. I got the smallest one which I actually thought was bigger when thinking about the price DDK 119 (£14). For 25 ml it’s expensive but then I had a positive thought. It is small enough to carry it in my bag, so if I like it’s definitely going in the bag.
The last product-product is the Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deep Treatment for coloured hair. I’ve tried the normal one before and LOVED it. So I thought I would give this one a try as my hair is currently 4 colours if you count my natural hair colour that is peeking through. It was only DDK 79 (£9) which is probably quite expensive for all you UK girlies. I bought 3 Aussie products for £10 the last time I was in London. But here I saved DDK 40 (£4.6) so I’m quite happy with that. I like the packaging a lot, you just have to squeeze it out and you have the product in your hands – no need to remove any lids – easypeasy.
With these pieces added to the bag I still had DDK 13 (£1.5) left, so I had to find something cheap. Then I found some hairpins and I’m ALWAYS in need of hairpins – I think their is a evil-hairpin-fairy who steals them I bet she flyes all over the world and collects them.
I’ll probably be buying more of these as they are really good. I’ve used these a couple of times and they just stay put. They are quite amazing – wup wup, hairpin-love!
This was my haul from nicehair.dk – A haul without spending a penny, my purse loves it.
Have you tried any of the products, what did you think? Let me know in the comments. Also if you want me to do a review on them, write it down below.
Don’t forget my giveaway – you can win a MAC lippie of your choice here.
Have a lovely day, afternoon or night <3
Thanks for reading
A couple of weeks ago L’Oréal Paris Denmark gave me and a lot of other L’Oreal Hair Care interested people the opportunity to review some hair care products via their Facebook page. I don’t know if it’s every L’Oreal Paris pages that does this or if it’s only Denmark, but go check their page out and sign up to become a tester! It’s really simple and hopefully you get some products – wup wup.
All of the Ever ranges is sulfate free which is great for sensitive scalps. They contain botanical oils, which gives the scent a spa-feel-scent!
Okay, so I had to choose two people to test some products too, so I chose my sister and one of my best friends. I chose these girlies because of their different hair types and because I wanted to pamper them a bit!
My sister have coloured hair which is in need of some volume. So she will be given the EverPure for coloured hair. In the EverPure range there are two different shampoos and conditioners – one that gives volume and one that moisturises. My sister will get the one that gives volume, so she can get volumlisious hair!
My friend, Camilla, have coloured hair too, but I figured that since it’s coloured blond the hair would probably be in need of some moisture. She will be given the other EverPure option. Shampoo and conditioner for coloured hair in need of moisture. So she can get some lovely moisturised healthilisious hair.
Now for me. I actually also have coloured hair but my hair is also curly and very frizzy. So the EverSleek range is the one that I will be testing! The EverSleek range is for frizzy, overworked hair. It’s suppose to smooth and intensively nourish the hair. I really hope this works, because my hair, as it is now, is really dull and frizzy. Hope I get frizzy free nourishislious hair.
So for a little bonus I received some extra products. One product from every range. The EverStrong Intensive Hair Mask for fragile brittle hair. This hair mask is for Camilla. I only have a little experience with blond hair, as my ends are blond, but they are really fragile and brittle, so since all of her hair is blond I figured this will be perfect for her.
For the EverSleek range I’m getting the Smoothing Anti-frizz Serum. After using shampoo and conditioner you take this one or two pumps of this serum and spread it through dry hair focussing on the lenghts and ends.
The next product is from the EverPure range. It’s a Lasting Moisture Leave-In Cream for coloured and dry hair. You spread it through damp or dry hair and it will leave your hair smoother and softer.
The last product is from the EverRiche range which is for dry and very dry hair. It’s a Masque Spray that will leave your hair feeling nourished and soft. You apply it after shampoo and conditioner and then rinse it out.
The last two product are undecided where they will end up – one for me and one for my sister. Think the EverRiche one will end up with my sister and the one from EverPure will end up with me for my coloured hair.
Hope you liked this post which is kind of a haul but not really. All you Danish readers go and sign up here and hopefully you’ll also get some of these products to test out 🙂
I’ll get the girls to take some pictures of their hair, so you can see the changes, if there are any. And they will of course also tell me about their experience with the products, so I can tell you guys.
Have any of you tried one or some of these products? What did you think? Have you any products that are amazing for frizzy and curly hair, please tell me in the comments below 🙂
Have a lovely day, thanks for reading!
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Hi my lovelies!
Long time no blogging! I wanted to do a little update. I haven’t put up a post for a while now.
I’ve been wanting to put up some post and have been planning it but I have had computer problems and an written exam report to pass in so there haven’t been time to enjoy blogging – excuses, excuses excuses.
But as you say if you don’t enjoy blogging the posts will not end up good. 😉
I’m back now with my very FIRST Illamasqua haul.
A couple of weeks ago Illamasqua hit 50,000 twitterfollowers and they did a special offer for a couple of hours only – 50 % off on everything on the Illamasqua web page. Some of you may have taken advantage of this offer too if so I would love to know what you got – link your post in the comments. Hint, hint if you want to follow me on twitter I’m @mlhauken 😉
I’d been eyeing the Nail Varnish and a Cream Blusher for a while before the offer, so these were definitely on the list! I then tweeted Illamasqua for some recommendations and ended up with a Pure Pigment and a Gleam.
NAIL VANISH IN SPECKLE £14.50 (-50% £37.25) DDK 127 / 63: Love, love, LOVE this varnish. I’ve been wanting it ever since the launch this Easter, I believe. It’s a beautiful Lilac colour with some glitter and black speckles. It’s different to any other varnishes I own. I’ve tried it once and applied it with 2 coats .. Perfect. The only downfall is trying to remove it – it is SO difficult. But I think it’s the same for every varnishes that contains glitter, speckles and so on.
CREAM BLUSHER IN DIXIE £18 (-50% £9) DDK 157 / 78: Now, I said I’d been looking at a cream blusher for a while but I didn’t have a specific colour in mind. All I knew was that I wanted a cream blusher. I don’t know why I picked this colour, there was just something about it. It’s just beautiful and surprisingly very natural on my cheeks. I need more cream blushers in my life, they give a nice natural dewy finish, which I like.
PURE PIGMENT IN FURORE £16.50 (-50% £8.25) DDK 145 / 72: This was one of the recommendations from the Illamasqua team. It’s a beautiful metallic light brownish colour which can be used as eyeshadow but also as a high lighter. I’ve used this product the most out of all of them because it’s so wearable. I’m thinking of buying a darker colour for a smokey look.
GLEAM IN AURORA £18 (-50% £9) DDK 157 / 78: This is a cream high lighter. I usually use my e.l.f. bronzer as a high lighter but wanted to try a cream to get that more natural dewy look. Can’t wait to use it for a glowy summer look.
This was my little purchase from Illamasqua #twitter50 sale. I think I’m going to love every single one of the products. Also, I love the packaging from this brand. It’s just so feminine, pretty and different from other brands.
Let me know what you think of Illamasqua products and if you own anything I just have to have! As mentioned earlier please link your post if you did any purchases from Illamasqua 🙂
Have a beautiful day or night depending on where you’re from 😉
Thanks for reading
Love Marie-Louise xx