HELLO LOVELIES! Apologies for the lack of blogging and updates, as we have been busy with work, packing and spending more time with our family and loved ones.
I went shopping in Boots yesterday and picked up a bunch of Charles Worthington products to try. I have already been using their Volume & Bounce Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Booster Mouse and Rootlift Backcomb Powder. All of them have done wonders to my straight flat hair. So I decided to try out their other products too. It was also on the 3 for 2 offer across all haircare products and I believe the offer is still on.
From Left to Right:
Real Techniques Powder Brush (£12.99) -RT brushes are my Holy Grail! And this will be a new member to my RT brush family. Who would have thought the Bobbi Brown Powder Brush that cost £50 would be a let down! After a few uses of the Bobbi Brown Brush, the bristles start falling out and makes my powder look patchy on my face :(
Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Shampoo (£5.99)
Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Thick & Full 3D Boosting Creme (£6.99) – I bought this to compare it with the Body Booster Mouse and see if their are any differences. As I will also be curling my hair next week, so I can also test which would give my hair volume and not weighing my hair down.
Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Texturing Spray (£6.99)
Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Body Booster Mouse (£5.99)
Charles Worthington Style Setter Dry Shampoo (£5.99) – I have used Batisse Dry Shampoo before, the normal one and also the XXL volume, it is a good product and does what it says but I’m not in love with it as it leaves white residues on my hair. Let see if Charles Worthington’s Dry Shampoo can buy my love!
Charles Worthington Strength & Repair Conditioner (£5.99)– I have used their Volume & Bounce Conditioner but I wanted to switch to something else and since my hair has been bleached, I wanted to see if it can give me the Super Lustrous Finish as it claims.
Revlon Parfumrie in Apricot Nectar (£6.49) – A beautiful beautiful light coral colour which is perfect for summer and it does smell like apricots.
Botanics Ionic Clay Mask (£6.99)– I have tried the Glamglow’s Youthmud, Supermud and also Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask, both are gorgeous products but I don’t think I am ready to splurge £50 on a small tub of mud mask as my skin is not breaking out like crazy but I want something that can suck out the impurities and deeply cleanse my skin.
Let me know if you have used any of these products before and any products you would want for a more detailed review, I will be testing them this week.
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Lots of Love