Little Lush Haul!

Friday, August 17, 2012

Today, I went to the Lush store in Brussels and I bought some bath stuff, two Bath Bombs and one Bubble Bar. This is the first time I buy something at Lush, because I've never really find something worth buying. It was kind of hard to choose between the bath bombs because the store smells so outrageous and strong like soap, that I couldn't really smell the actual products! But I found these ones and I'm happy that I got them. At home, I could finally really smell them and they smell great ;)

To describe the scents, I went to the lush website to look at the descriptions because I'm not great at describing scents.

           Clockwise: Honey bee, Twilight, Amandopondo

Honey Bee (Bath Bomb)

"What’s all the buzz about our glorious, best-selling toffee-scented globe? It could be the addictive scent of honey and toffee with mood lifting sweet orange oil. Or, it could be the Moroccan Rhassoul mud to gently deep cleanse and soften your skin. Perhaps it’s the calming aloe vera that makes the bath water silky soft. Maybe it has something to do with all of the skin soothing honey we pack into each Bath Bomb to soften you up and keep your skin moisturized. The only way to find out is to try one"
Price: €5,45

Twilight (Bath Bomb)

"Recreate the magic of a starry night in your bath water with clouds of lavender, ylang ylang and ovaltine to fight the demons of insomnia and soothe your stressed out body and mind. Our most relaxing Bath Bomb yet, Twilight is our gentle, reassuring hug for the bath to transform you from worn out to warm and fuzzy. It changes colour like the sky at dusk, from pinks to purples and darker still. Lay back in the comforting herbal waters to soak your troubles far, far away."
Price: €5,15

Amandopono (Bubble bar)

"Amandopondo is scented with rose absolute and a citrus twist of lemon and orange oils to help you forget your worries and clear your conscience as you soak in a tub of beautiful fluffy bubbles."
Price: €5,45

I'm really excited to take a relaxing bath and use one of these products! They're not the most cheap products but they are quite big so you can break them up in different parts and get more than one bath out of them.

What's your favorite lush product?

Sephora Nail Art Patches Review

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Hi everyone! Today I'm doing a review on a nail product: the Nail Art Patches of Sephora. These came out after Sally Hanssen released her Salon Effects Real Nail Polish Strips. 

What are these?
These are some sort of stickers with a cool design (or just one color) made out of REAL nailpolish that you can just stick on your nails. I tried regular stickers with designs on my nails and they peeled of after 3 minutes. But these on stay on perfectly, so far! 

You just chose the right size for your nails, peel off the nailpolish and stick it well on your nail, starting from your nail bed to the end of your nail. These are very long, so you just file the remaining away. And there it is, a trendy, longlasting design on your nails within minutes!
When you are tired of the design, you can just remove it with nailpolish remover :)

These cost €9 per pack. Yes, that's not cheap but I think this is so cool for a special occasion or an event or something. I'm going out this weekend and this naildesign is just perfect! Also, they last a really long time. I'll keep you guys posted on how long they last ;)

Update: I put this pacthes on friday and today, wednesday, they are stil looking good! They have worn off a bit on the edges, but a regular nail polish wouldn't last as long!

What do you have on your nails right now?