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B. Revealed Glycolic Cleansing Peel

Today I'm introducing you to a small miracle worker. I mean this isn't going to cure blindness or anything but skin-wise it's a real doozy - you're going to want to pay attention to this. I picked up the B. Revealed Glycolic Cleansing Peel after reading so many rave reviews about it. It was on offer at £3.95 when I was in Superdrug so I snatched it up. It claims to leave skin looking and feeling expertly clean, fresh and smooth and encourages a brighter, healthier and more radiant complexion. It includes Glycolic Acid to gently exfoliate and Cocoa and Shea butters to soothe.

I've been using this for a good few weeks now and my skin has never been happier (I have overhauled my skincare routine for Spring though, so I think my good skin is a combination of both). When I started using this I used it every other day as I had quite bad skin at the time and I saw an improvement after just a couple of weeks.

GOSH Primer Plus Illuminating Skin Perfector

GOSH Primer Plus Illuminating Skin Perfector

I was always happy with my Rimmel Lating Finish Primer, but when it ran out I needed a new cruelty free primer instead. I'd recently bought the GOSH X-Ceptional Wear Foundation and loved it, so I thought why not try one of their primers. Now I'm all for that glowy skin lately, so naturally I gravitated towards the GOSH Primer Plus Illuminating Skin Perfector and I must say I'm not disappointed. This primer claims to even skin tone, reduce imperfections, smooth pores & fine lines and give a healthy natural glow. It includes pearl pigments to deliver a supple, dewy base that lasts all day - sounds right up my street.

The Rimmel Lasting Finish Primer was a white cream that became transparent on the skin, so I was a little surprised when I saw the GOSH one was skin coloured. This isn't a bad thing at all, just me being used to a white primer and I actually really like that it's tinted as it provides my face with a bit of extra colour. I was expecting to

A Lush Shampoo & Conditioner Combo

Lush Shampoo & Conditioner

I always have a hard time finding shampoo and conditioners that I like. I naturally have fine hair but I have quite a lot of it and with it being dark it shows up grease really easily. Therefore my shampoo has to clean my hair thoroughly so that I can get away with a good few days before I have to wash it again, but without making it too dry. A conditioner needs to make my hair soft and manageable but not make it greasy. With that said these two seem to be doing a pretty good job of meeting my high standards.

I've had a Lush shampoo bar before and I absolutely loved it. It was the Squeaky Green bar and it was amazing for my hair - full review here. However, when I looked into getting another one I realised it's been discontinued, so off I trotted to Lush to ask the ever helpful assistants what they recommend in it's place. I spoke to a lovely lady that

Cleanser Collection

Cleanser Collection

I've been loving my cleansers lately and I have quite a few on rotation at the moment. Nothing beats coming home from a long day at work and removing all my make up and the grime of the day. I never used to really like cleansing but it's now become one of my favourite parts of my routine. I have quite a big collection at the moment and I pick which one to use depending on how my skin feels at the time. Here's the ones that currently have a place on my bathroom shelf.

Superdrug Naturally Radiant Hot Cloth Cleanser - £5.99
This is the newest cleanser I've added to my collection. I've only used this a handful of times, but I like it so far. It's a cream cleanser which makes it super quick to use and it also removes make up too. I like to massage this in and then put a hot flannel (but not too hot!) over my face for a couple of minutes to really clean out my pores - it feels

The Best Liquid Eyeliners

Best Liquid Eyeliners

I love a good winged eyeliner look. It's my go to look when I don't know how I want to do my make up - my fail safe if you will. Hence to say I've tried a lot of liquid eyeliners and my personal favourites for a perfect wing are of the felt tip pen variety. They're the easiest to use as the pen makes them easy to hold and get a precise line, there's no faffing about with a pot of gel and trying to get just the right amount of product on the brush and they last much longer than a kohl. I love a kohl eyeliner but I use them to smoke up my eyes - they're never practical for a winged look as I find they smudge too easily. So with that in mind here are my two favourite liquid eyeliners.

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper - $19.00
This gives the absolute blackest of black lines - it's the most intense eyeliner I've ever tried. The tip is super easy to use as it's really sturdy and easy to draw the line on exactly where you want it. You only need to draw the line

My New Favourite Foundation

GOSH X-Ceptional Wear Foundation

I have a new foundation love: GOSH X-Ceptional Wear Foundation in Natural.

Now, we did have a rocky start. The first few times I applied this I used my Real Techniques Buffing Brush and it didn't blend in to my skin at all. It sat on top looking cakey and collected in the smallest of dry patches - it looked horrible. I then decided to try and apply it with my fingers instead, thinking that the warmth of my fingers might make it blend better and it was a revelation. It blended amazingly and looked great. I have since tried it again with my buffing brush and it still looks great (that's how I apply it everyday now), so I'm not sure why it didn't work out the first few times.

Anywho on to the actual foundation. I would say this is a medium coverage but it can be sheer by just using a