Today I am going to be talking about some products that were kindly sent to me.
Feather & Down is a sleeping company created for sleep. They help encourage relaxation and a state of wellbeing to help aid sleep.
They have lots of different products to help you relax before bed, bath and body, even home fragrance products.
For a while I have had problems falling asleep. When it comes to bed time I just can’t fall asleep and nothing so far has 100% worked for me.
So when I got sent these products I was so excited to try them. You can buy these products in Boots stores and online.
So they kindly sent me 3 products to try out, a pillow spray, a sleep balm and a body oil. I wasn’t sure if these products would help or not. I have bad luck when it comes to getting sleep. But I am so so happy and grateful for these products. They have definitely improved my sleeping pattern.
I use the Pillow Spray most nights and I only spray it 2-3 times, it helps my mind and body relax a bit more.
The Body Oil seals in moisture and it clams your senses with a blend of oils to prepare your body for a good nights sleep. This is definitely my favourite product. It feels amazing on your skin and it also relaxes my body.
The Sleeping Balm creates a clamping fragrance on your pulse points. It helps ease your mind and encourages sleep.
After using these products for a few weeks and trying them out, I can definitely see an improvement in my sleep. I have been able to fall asleep a lot quicker, I would recommend these products for anyone who has sleeping problems.
I know once I have used up these products I will be buying more. I also want to try out some of the other products they have.
Feather And Down
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Sorry for the lack of blog posts, I have been ill and work has just been a nightmare recently. So to make sure a post goes up every week I will now be posting every Monday, sorry for the delays.
So today I am going to be talking about my favourite highlighters I have ever used. I have only recently started using highlighters in the past 2 months, I am so glad I did.
So I have 3 shades Radiant Cashmere, Pink Shimmer and Rosewood. You can buy them in Superdrug stores for £3. I love how many different colours they actually have.
So when I first bought these I wasn’t expecting them to be that good. But I was so wrong, these highlighters have to be in my favourite makeup products I have ever used.
These are so pigmented, you really don’t need much product on your brush to make an impact. They are also very easy to blend and it doesn’t take up much time to get the look you want. The only thing I don’t like about these products is the packaging but I’m just been picky.
I would definitely give these products a 10 out of 10. These highlighters are beautiful, pigmented and very easy to apply. And also very affordable if you are on a budget. I would definitely recommend these.
I have always loved the Baby Lips balms, so when I found out they have crayons I had to have them.
So I decided to get 3 of the colours which are so beautiful. The first one is Creamy Cameral which is a beautiful nude colour. I love how the packaging and the crayon are the same colour in and outside, I don’t no why but I love that. These crayons also contain moisturising oils which is so good.
The next shade is Playful Purple which has to be my favourite colour out of them. These colours are so pigmented, they are not patchy at all which I wasn’t expecting. As they are crayon balms I didn’t think the colour would be that good, but they are so good. These are available in drug stores for £5.99 I think.
The last colour I have is Sugary Orange which is so beautiful. These colours also have a good wear on them, when you eat and drink it hardly comes of. You might want to touch it up a little bit but not much.
Overall these products are:
- Very pigmented
- Long wear, not much touch up needed
- Very moisturising
- Easy to apply
- And they have beautiful colours
I would definitely recommend these products and I will be buying more shades.
What’s your favourite lip product?
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