Superdrug Superberry Mud Mask

Superdrug Superberry Mud Mask

I’m having a bit of a love affair with Superdrug at the moment. Between them selling Make Up Revolution products and their own Vitamin E range, I’m totally smitten. They’re actually replacing Boots as my go to place for beauty bits at the moment. So as the story goes I was roaming around in there looking for a new face mask and came across the Superdrug Superberry Mud Mask (which seems to have been taken off the website) and thought I’d give it ago.

The Superberry Mud Mask is an exfoliating mask that contains China Clay which absorbs excess oil and raspberry seeds to gently exfoliate. I like a good clay mask and anything that claims to give me glowing skin is a must try for me, as I’m obsessed with dewy skin at the moment. First of all this mask smells amazing! It smells just like raspberries and reminds me of raspberry ripple ice cream. I personally love this smell but some people might find it a little too overpowering. The product itself is

Lee Stafford Coco Loco Balm & Lotion

Lee Stafford Coco Loco Range

I’ve noticed haircare products have been a bit scarce around these parts lately, so let’s rectify that situation now with two products I’ve been using regularly. I’ve been consciously trying to take better care of my hair and I picked up these Lee Stafford Coco Loco products just before Christmas, as I love Lee Stafford products and I also love anything that has Coconut in it. I ‘m a big fan of anything that nourishes and smoothes hair, as my hair can be quite frizzy and flyaway if left to it’s own devices, so I definitely need all the help I can get in that department.

The Coco Loco Blow & Go Genius Lotion is something you use before blow drying your hair. I towel dry my hair as much as possible once getting out the shower and then I apply an olive sized amount of product and run it through the middle and ends of my hair. I dry my hair upside down to give it that extra bit of volume meaning it can get tangled and messy, but this really helps to smooth my hair and

Make Up Revolution Advent Calendar: Part 2

Make Up Revolution Advent Calendar 2

My original plan was to publish this in between Christmas and New Year but life got in the way and I never got round to it, so I’m finally getting this up today for you to show you what was in the second half of my Make Up Revolution Advent Calendar.

Day 13 - Base Eyeshadow

As the name suggests I’ll be using this as a base colour for other eyeshadows. It provides a nice even tone to apply other shadows over the top of.

Day 14 - Hidden Lights 
Pressed Highlighter
This is a nice shade that will suit all skin tones. It’s a nice highlighter to use in the day as it’s not too pigmented and doesn't look too obvious.

Make Up Revolution Vivid Baked Blush

Make Up Revolution Vivid Baked Blush

I’ve been using the Make Up Revolution Baked Blush in Make Love Instead for a few weeks now and I have to say I’m really impressed with it. So impressed that I’m giving it it’s own rave review!

I bought this on a whim in Superdrug one day when I was browsing the Make Up Revolution counter looking for something new to try. After being so impressed with their advent calendar (Part 2 of that post to come soon) I couldn’t wait to try some more from them, so I picked up this blush and an eyeshadow palette (Spoiler: I LOVE that too!).