Products mentioned & full review links: Bioderma Crealine H20, TresSemme Dry Shampoo, Ojon Dry Recovery Shampoo and Conditioner, REN Clear Calm 3 Clay Cleanser, Makeup Forever HD Foundation in 115, Dior Airflash Foundation in 300, Liz Earle Cleanse and PolishAnother round of empties!
Bioderma Crealine H20: Like I mention in the video this is one of my favourite eye makeup removers as it's so gentle and kind on my sensitive eyes. All it takes is two cotton pads soaked in the solution and my make is completely gone.It's lack of availability in the UK does bothers me and I have moved onto using another micellar water from La Roche Posey. I've done a post on some dupes here.
TresSemme Dry Shampoo: I just simply wasn't impressed with this product as it didn't live up to it's claims. I didn't think it was as translucent didn't as it claims to be and still needs to be combed through. I found it was light and didn't build up too much but I just think that overall Batiste will always be my go-to dry shampoo of choice!
Ojon Dry Recovery Shampoo and Conditioner: My all time favourite shampoo and conditioner duo! Nothing leaves my hair as moisturised and nourished as these two used together. I cant rave about them enough and they are one of those products I think I'll be repurchasing for the foreseeable future without a doubt!
REN Clear Calm 3 Clay Cleanser: My skin is pretty broken out at the moment and I love using this to keep some of the excess sebum at bay, break down the dead skin cells, draw out impurities and calm any redness. I thought it was odd using a clay based product to cleanse with as it is a little on the messy side but I absolutely love this and have repurchased it a fair few times now.
Makeup Forever HD Foundation in 115: This is a semi matte, mid to full coverage foundation. It's really hard to get hold of in the UK as far as Im aware so Im not rushing out to repurchase. I can see why this is a lot of people's holy grail foundations but I felt it was missing something for me. It does look outstanding on camera though and I often wore it in blog photos!
Dior Airflash Foundation in 300: Another foundation I was so-so about. Dior Airflash is a matte spray on foundation that leaves a soft focus finish with no mess or fuss. It's so simple to use and perfect when your in a rush. However the fact it didn't even last me a month (and it's hefty price tag) just didn't do it for me. It's a shame as I expected a lot more from this product than it actually delivered on. If it lasted longer I think I'd be more happy to recommend it!
Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish: Almost everyone I know loves Liz Earle Cleanse and polish. It's just the perfect calming and refreshing cleanser for my skin. It removes all traces of makeup without being abrasive and drying. I can see why it's a cult favourite and I would recommend everyone trying it at some point!