Everyday Skin Care Routine For Under £22!

Skincare can be expensive, especially with the rise of premium serums and creams hitting the market with eye watering prices (I’m looking at you Liz Earle!). I’m not gonna lie it’s nice to have a premium skin care routine from time to time, I recently used and reviewed Tropic’s ABC Skincare routine kit which you can find HERE. As much as I love ABC, sometimes the bank balance won’t stretch to a routine that costs upwards of £50, so I’ve complied a list of some products that can be used to formulate your own simple skin routine for the fairly reasonable price of £21.76 (from Boots UK). One thing I ought to mention is I formulated this routine with my own sensitive, eczema-prone messy skin in mind, however these products are to my knowledge available for other skin types such as dry or combination skin.

Everyday Skin Care Routine For Under £22!

Make-Up Obsession’s ‘Dream With A Vision’ Eye Shadow Palette Review

Okay, I didn’t originally plan to review an eye shadow palette this early in the game for a few reasons. One, I don’t wear it often enough and Two, my eye-makeup skills are poor to say the least. However, when I was buying shampoo in Boots the other week I wandered over to the make-up section, as one does, and came across this beautiful palette. The colors were so pretty and summery I NEEDED them on my face, so I bought the palette along with my shampoo and played around with it.

Make-Up Obsession’s ‘Dream With A Vision’ Eye Shadow Palette Review

Heated Eyelash Curlers, Are They Worth The Money?

In the latest installment of Sophie spending money she doesn’t actually have, I spend £16.97 on a heated eyelash curler. I already have a normal eyelash curler, but no APPARENTLY i felt the need to buy one that gently warms my eyeballs as well. Now i’m going to put it to the test, does it work better than a traditional eyelash curler? Is it good value for money? Has it burnt my eyelashes off? Keep reading to find out!

Heated Eyelash Curlers, Are They Worth The Money?