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Disneyland Paris Travel Beauty Essentials


While you're reading this I'm actually in Paris, visiting Disneyland with my fella, his sister and her family and my fella's mum. I used to like putting my holiday make up bag posts together, but let's face it I never pack light so they used to end up being a bit like War and Peace! Therefore, I've revamped it a little and thought I'd share some of my favourite beauty bits I've packed to take to Paris with me. Without further ado....

A CF, Vegan and Natural Beauty Subscription Box That You Need To Know About

The Natural Beauty Box

Subscription boxes have really taken off in the last few years and I'm so glad because they're a great way to find new products and brands. It's the perfect way to try a brand before forking out for a product that may not suit you or you may not like and it ends up going to waste. It's also amazing to see cruelty free subscription boxes really coming into their own. One of these I want to introduce you to today is The Natural Beauty Box.

The Natural Beauty Box is a cruelty free, natural and vegan monthly beauty box that delivers 5 - 6 new products to your door each month for you to try. In each box you can find natural, clean beauty products from a mixture of well-established brands, upcoming brands and lesser known artisans, so chances are you'll find some great new brands and products that you might not have heard of before. Each box contains a mixture of travel sizes and full sized products and has a retail value of around £50 - the box itself is only £24.95 a month with free delivery in the UK,

My New Holy Grail Eyeshadows - RMS Beauty Swift Shadows

RMS Swift Shadows

So I'm sure you can tell by the title that I have some exciting products to share with you today that I absolutely adore! I've been wanting to try something from RMS Beauty for aaaages and I finally bit the bullet and picked up some Swift Shadows * from Love Lula last month.

RMS Beauty is named after it's founder Rose-Marie Swift, who several years ago discovered that her blood contained toxic levels of heavy metals including aluminum, barium, cadmium, lead and mercury as well as high levels of pesticides and other chemicals. Her doctor asked her if she worked in the cosmetic industry, which she did, and this made her realise how dangerous cosmetics could be. She then re-built her health and wanted to help other women have access to healthy beauty products, so she created RMS Beauty. All RMS products are formulated with raw, food grade and organic ingredients in their natural state, to allow the living, healing ingredients to rejuvenate the skin. All of

Dr Botanicals Charcoal Superfood Mattifying Face Mask

Dr Botanicals Charcoal Superfood Mattifying Face Mask

Dr Botanicals are a brand that I've really come to love over the past year or so. Their products are great quality and I've been pretty impressed with everything I've tried. They have recently brought out their Apothecary range which focuses on using superfood ingredients in each product. I was lucky enough to be sent the Charcoal Superfood Mattifying Face Mask * to try a couple of weeks ago and having given it a thorough test I thought I'd share my thoughts with you.

I love a good charcoal mask. My pores attract dirt quite easily, so I like to make sure that I use a deep cleansing mask at least once a week. Anything with Charcoal in is usually a good bet, so I was pretty excited when this came through my door. It aims to gently cleanse and exfoliate the skin using Activated Charcoal Powder, which also helps to mattify the skin. It also contains Shea Butter to help smooth and soften the skin.

Ere Perez Oat Milk Foundation

Ere Perez Oat Milk Foundation

I picked up the Ere Perez Oat Milk Foundation* in the hopes that it would be the perfect natural every day foundation and although it does do a good job, it's not the perfect one for me unfortunately. I don't usually do reviews of products that I don't absolutely love but I thought I'd make an exception for this one. Don't get me wrong I do like this foundation, but I'm just not in love with it. I thought I'd write up a post though because when I was looking for reviews on this I couldn't find many and I'd like to add another one to the Google search to try and help others if I can.

Ere Perez is an Australian owned company whose aim is to produce natural, healthy make up. They only use carefully selected, premium quality ingredients blended with antioxidants to create gentle, but highly effective natural make up products. Their products are free from parabens, parrafin, talc, petroleum, synthetic fragrances and mineral oil along with several other harsh chemicals and are instead loaded with vitamins and organic oils to nourish the skin.

Green People Vita Min Fix from Eco Beauty Crew


I've been loving my natural products lately and I'm really trying to incorporate more natural ingredients into my routine wherever I can. I find that my skin absolutely loves them, so I'm slowly trying to transition most of my products (skincare especially) to being all natural.

I've tried a couple of natural moisturisers before and although I've liked them I've not been overly wowed by any. The thing I find with natural moisturisers is that the texture is quite different from non natural ones - I think it's probably because of the lack of silicones. Natural moisturisers tend to be quite watery/lumpy where the ingredients don't quite mix properly and I'm not a fan of that at all. So when the lovely Michelle from Eco Beauty Crew got in touch and asked if I'd like to try a new moisturiser I of course said yes please, eager to try and find the perfect one!

Cruelty Free Haircare for Bleached Hair

Cruelty Free Haircare

What's this I hear you say?! Two posts in a week? What is this madness?! Well it's my birthday on Sunday and that's usually post day, so I thought I'd publish this a little earlier and then I'll have another new post the middle of next week too hopefully.

I've been asked to do a post on my cruelty free hair care a couple of times since going blonde, so I thought it was about time that I got around to writing one. I started to transition into blonde hair in March by just bleaching the ends, but now I have a full head of foils and toner over the whole thing. One thing I must admit is that I go to my friend at the salon she works at and they don't use cruelty free products on my hair. I have looked for cf salons in my area but unfortunately I can't find one. I love the way my hair is now and I'd be kind of scared to change salons to be honest as my friend knows exactly how I like my hair. So I'm not perfect, but I do like to make sure that I only use cruelty free