In a bid to keep my hair healthier I have wanted to try more hair oils that promise just that. Curious to read my Body shop argan oil review? Be sure to keep on reading to find out how I got on with it and if I think ot’s a product you should add to your collection.
At the beginning of February, my boyfriend and I hit Oxford Street in London for a shop and this is where I found Body Shops Argan Oil dry spray as part of their new Argan Oil range. If you haven’t heard the benefits of Moroccan Argan Oil for your hair, where have you been? It promises to deeply condition and nourish hair to bring it back to life and encourage it to grow all in one. So at £14 it was definitely worth a try (plus 10% discount – winning!) You can grab it here plus The Body Shop have amazing online discounts all the time so keep an eye out for them!
First Impressions: There are some really expensive products within the market with Argan Oil and so I was so impressed with not only the amount of pure Argan Oil within this product, especially for a RRP of £14. Additionally, for a 125ml size product I was really impressed which means it’ll last for ages (as we all know just how little we need to moisturise our hair). What I also loved was that it wasn’t just made for hair, more and more Argan Oil products are incorporating the skincare routine because of just how nourishing it is for you skin as well as well, so I’ll be sure to use this to help the dryer areas of my skin.
I’ve had the L’Oreal true match foundation for a while now and feel that I can finally write an in-depth review for you lovely lot about my experience with the product. Foundation is certainly something you can’t review after just a week of use so I hope this post comes in useful for those considering purchasing it for themselves.
Ooops – I just can’t keep away from LUSH lately and couldn’t resist sharing my recent lush haul with you! It wasn’t all that long ago I got some goodies but when my boyfriend suggested making a trip to Oxford Street to specifically top-up my LUSH collection, I wasn’t going to say no, was I?! Since moving into our flat from University Halls I have never appreciated a bath as much as now and LUSH bath bombs, bubblebars etc. makes them so much better.
It is always so difficult to decide on products when in store as EVERYTHING smells SO good, however, after about half an hour I walked away with these products. It’s not the biggest lush haul ever, but definitely the start to a growing obsession:
So you’re thinking of starting your own blog but not too sure if it is for you? I’m sure 9 out of 10 bloggers today had that period before taking the plunge where questioning if they’ll a) be any good at it b) will be committed enough and c) if anyone will actually read what they have to say. These are common questions and I hope my post will help you decide if starting a blog is best for you and how to go about it the right way. I still consider myself as a newbie within the blogosphere but have learnt an awful lot during my experience that I hope can shed more light on your unanswered questions.
Note: these are based upon my own experiences and I’m by no-means saying everyone is the same, but if my experience can help someone else then I’d be overjoyed.
I initially bought the Macadamia oil extract hair range without the intention of reviewing them on here, my Mum and sister came down a few weeks back and I bought these so they didn’t have to use my shampoo/conditioner collection specifically for blonde hair but after using them myself and being more than impressed I had to share with you just how amazing they were – plus only £2.97 for this entire set!