I happened to come across this Max Factor Primer last week while looking at the make-up that was on sale at Clicks. This primer was unfortunately not on sale, but is well worth it’s price. Primer has become one of my key make-up products in the morning and I always feel ready to tackle anything if I’ve applied it before my make-up. After application this primer sinks straight into my skin and instantly makes it feel matt. It also has an SPF of 20 which is perfect for when you are outdoors in summer (don’t forget your sunscreen and hat though). At the end of the day, my make-up still looks great and is firmly in place, without any hint of shine. It really does extend the wear of my foundation. This is a huge feat considering it’s summer here and the last few days have been sweltering hot. The ladies at Clicks told me that this is end of range, and if it is I am really sorry to hear that. It’s a fantastic primer that is affordably priced at R185. I may just have to go buy another one before they disappear for good.
I have a spot and absolutely need to hide it! Camouflage? Yes please! I’ve seen quite a few bloggers post pics of their FOTD products and the Catrice Camouflage Cream definitely came up quite a few times. Cue nasty spot … Continue reading
In winter I can never get warm. My feet and hands always feel like ice cubes and all feeling soon disappears! Our house is freezing and when the sun sets, I get cuddled under a blanket (or two) and don’t move … Continue reading
I’ve tried a few different BB creams and this one is definitely my go-to one at the moment. I’d tried Garnier BB cream quite a while back when it first launched and I managed to get some in Singapore. I was … Continue reading
The Essence Eye Sorbet has quickly become one of my favourite eyeshadows. It has a great shimmery metallic colour that definitely makes your eyes pop. I use my finger to apply it to my eyelids and love the cooling feeling … Continue reading
If you’re wondering what I’m talking about, it’s the new Natural Infusion Range from Lip Ice – Ooh Cranberry and Aah Honey Cream. I saw them for the first time on twitter and couldn’t wait to smell them! Last week Lip Ice … Continue reading
Winter is here which means chapped lips that crack and are sore. I am not a fan of winter. I. Hate. It. I am, however, a fan of products that leave my lips feeling like a million bucks in winter. … Continue reading
Argan oil has been THE buzzword in hair care for quite some time now. I’m a huge fan of argan oil and couldn’t wait to try out the Inoar Argan Oil. The first thing you’ll notice when you open the bottle is the amazing smell this oil has – it’s so comforting! The oil is nice and thick so you don’t need to use a lot of it. I usually rough dry my hair and then pour a very small amount into my hands, rub them together and smooth the oil evenly throughout the strands. Then I rough dry a little more and blow dry it. If I don’t feel like drying my hair I just smooth the oil evenly throughout the strands and leave it to dry naturally. Once I have applied this oil I never have to worry about my hair going frizzy. It feels silky soft and has that amazing smell all day! I have been really happy with the results I’ve achieved after using this treatment oil.
Inoar’s Argan Oil is rich in vitamins and anti-oxidants and restores the shine and flexibility that your hair has lost. Repeatedly using styling products and tools (especially ones that heat up) can really damage your hair if you don’t protect it and nourish it. This treatment oil provides the moisturisation that your dry hair desperately needs and it does a great job at controlling frizziness!
You can order the Inoar Argan Oil from the Inoar website, by phoning (012) 686 7067 or emailing email@example.com.
“This product is liquid gold and a must for everyone” – Inoar
Thank you Danielle for giving me the Inoar Argan Oil to try out.
I’ve seen a few bloggers do posts on products they’ve really enjoyed and I wanted to share some my April favourites with you. These are the products I really enjoyed using this last month and were generally the first that … Continue reading
When we were in Vietnam in December last year I found these really awesome hair thingy-ma-bobs (had no idea what to call them) in the big market in Ho Chi Minh city. I had seen so many girls with them … Continue reading