Love shampoo bar. It’s just different I guess and I like different. It’s easy to get a lather on. I can use my hands to get the suds out or just rub the bar onto my hair. The smell is nothing fantastic. In fact, there’s not much of a scent. Shocking for Lush huh?
It’s not exactly a shampoo for oily hair. But it does it’s job. I will have oily hair at night, but nothing to shocking. I wash my hair daily anyway. So it’s no big deal.
I always wanted to try this but I see no reason to pay $19.90 for it. I know, I always buy $40 concealers from Sephora but $20 ones give me second thoughts. I finally decided to get it in Perth. It’s cheaper at $13 but I just needed one you know as I was saving my currency for Sephora Aussie but turn out there is none in Perth.
I like how this is a sponge applicator that is not a wand. It just makes application easier. Unhygienic but I am not fussy on that. The consistency is so light. It’s like applying moisturiser. But at the same time there is a slight coverage. I feel that it’s not enough to really cover your dark circles, unless you apply a thicker coat.
I got one in shade 130 medium which is quite close to my skin tone. Maybe slightly lighter when I have a tan. But the colour is still good. It’s overall just a fuss free concealer that it is simple to use. But the lasting power, it’s not as good. It last the whole office timing, but not for dinner. So touch up will still be needed.
Olive Wood has a nice neutral scent. It doesn’t lather at all. So it’s a bit hard to use this. It is just too drying on the skin.
Mint has a nice minty scent. It lathers well but a bit drying on the skin.
Rose has a very light rose scent. It doesn’t lather at all. I don’t like it all. It doesn’t work as a soap.
Olive Lavender is quite good. Doesn’t lather as well as the mint, but it’s not as drying. Smells good too.
This is so good for after sun care. Not as soothing as I would like but it’s good for something nonsticky. It’s more like body lotion, slightly thicker but can spread easily.
This is really nice. It’s not messy and after it’s not sticky. I can walk easily after I remove the mask. Plus my feet is quite moisturised. Also, it’s just easy to slip on and the stickers make it really secure. It’s comfortable to lie down on the bed and just chill with this. Walking in it is also not problem. I really like it.
A soap like any other soap. It’s very hotel kind of soap consistency. It does alright. I like it enough. It lathers well. It just nothing special about it.
I like this a lot. It just stick on the lips with no hesitation. I will leave it on and do about my things. Only I can’t talk while having this on. But after about 15 minutes, the mask started to get dryer. And that’s when you know you can take it off. My lips are slightly moisturised. It’s no longer dry but not exactly perfect. So I guess with constant uses, this will help with my chapped lips.
I still love the texture of these gloss. It’s so comfortable on the lips. Not sticky and quite pigmented considering they are gloss. But this one the colour is quite light on my pigmented lips. So it doesn’t show as much as when I swatch on the back of my hand. But it’s still really nice and the smell is very lovely. It has a nice vanilla scent, very yummy.
This is nice. Less than $10 and it’s a very fuss free cleanser. It’s a scrub cleanser but for daily use. So quite surprising. I mean it’s not a scrub exactly but it has that little bit of grains. Also, this is for acne. While it doesn’t eliminate my spots completely, it helps to keep new ones for popping out. But so far, I can only find this in Taiwan.
I find that this is more user friendly the famous Banila co clean it zero. It’s just not so oily. So it’s easier to clean off. It’s also cheaper. Can’t remember how much, but it’s cheaper.
I don’t know, I just find that this is nicer for removing makeup.