I’m a big lover of dry shampoo, but I have two major hang-ups about them. They are the smell and the dusty residue left behind on the hair.
When Lush’s No Drought came into my hands I thought ‘Here we go again’, but I can’t contain it anymore No Drought is AMAZZZZZZING!!
It absorbs all moisture and natural oils all while leaving no dusty remains, in-fact a lot of times leaving the hair looking shiny and healthy, which we all know doesn’t usually happen with regular Dry Shampoo’s.
Lime and Grapefruit extracts not only make the powder smell fresh but also deodorise the hair at the same time – What more would you need from a dry shampoo?
So I know my session bag will now only have Lush’s No Drought Dry Shampoo in it.
Who needs water and shampoo everyday we got No Drought !!
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Posted in Beauty, Dry Shampoos, Hair, Lush, Product Reviews
Tagged clean, Cosmetics, dry shampoo, festival, fresh, Gillian Douglas-Rea, Grapefruit oil, guide, Hair, Lime oil, lush, natural, organic, survival
Festival Season is without a doubt one of the most exciting times of the year! But lets face it – It’s not always the most attractive. Fear not my lovely little darlings! I have round up our authors to give you their favourite product to get you through your festival mischief!
So here you go, our Prize Picks :
My Prize Pick:
Benefit Cosmetic’s ‘Big Easy’ – £27.50
When it comes to Festival time, unfortunately we won’t have our little vanity dressing table set up in our tents waiting for us to beautify ourselves. So my prize pick has to be Benefit Cosmetics Big Easy – ‘Bigger than BB’. You can apply this super BB Cream with your fingers completely in the absence of a mirror, it blends on like a cream and sets as a powder. It is the perfect product to even out skin tone and conceal blemishes. So you can look naturally hot and flawless at all times!
Jennie’s Prize Pick:
St Tropez – Self Tan, Dark Bronzing Lotion – £33.00
Old faithful! I have always been a massive fan of St Tropez! This is perfect for any festival goer as it will keep you looking bronzed, but without any give away that the tan is fake. Let’s face it, at a festival you’re not spending hours lazing around in the sun, so your tan needs to be extra good to ensure people won’t know that it is fake! In my opinion, this product gives off the most natural colour of all products that I have tried. Their advanced formulation contains innovative melanin technology that ensures your tan is tailored to suit your individual skin-tone. Winner!
Louise’s Prize Pick:
Nails Inc. Bling It On Neon kit – £12.00
White nails will be in full swing this festival season, perfect for complimenting our beautifully bronzed skin tones whilst rocking out to our favourite bands. However we know that festivals always require a bit of adornment & embellishment, whether it be your hair, outfit or nails. This Bling It On Neon kit is perfect for jazzing up this seasons go to nail colour. I’ll be putting it in my bag so I can keep my white & neon glitter mani topped up at all times!
Gillian’s Prize Pick:
Lush – No Drought Dry Shampoo – £3.75 – £6.75
Well it’s got to be dry shampoo, without a shadow of doubt!! A few days ago, I got handed Lush’s ‘No Drought Dry Shampoo’. I don’t want to give too much away (because I have an awesome review coming very soon) but I am really impressed. Not only does it clean up but it also deodorises the hair as well. It is most definitely the first thing in my festival bag after my wellie’s!
So there you have it – Our top product pick’s to get your through those festivals all while looking amazing! All that is left to do is dance your heart out and enjoy! ♥
Posted in 2014, Beauty, Benefit Cosmetics, Concealers, False Tans, Foundations, Hair, Lush, Make-up, Nails, Nails Inc, Spring / Summer, St Tropez, Tanning
Tagged Benefit Cosmetics, Cosmetics, dry shampoo, festival, fun, Hair, kits, lush, Makeup, minis, Nails inc, st tropez, survival, Tan