Tuesday, 2 July 2013

June Empties!


Hi ladies! Today I'm doing my June favourites and this is my sixth Empties post! I haven't had that many empties this month as I've been trying out new things this month so just 5 products to mention and talk about.
Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish, £14.75 -  As I have mentioned plenty of times before, this is by far my favourite cleanser. Although I don't use this on it's own to remove my makeup (see below for what else I use), this does a great job of clearing my skin, leaving it completely fresh and clean. I also love the luxury of using the hot cloth, it's the best feeling after a long day! I already have a new one of this as a gift and I can't see me changing to anything else any time soon.
L'Oreal Skin Perfection Micellar Solution, £3.33 - This is the cleansing/micellar water I use to remove all my face makeup before properly cleansing. I tried this out after reading plenty of good reviews online and because it's much cheaper (and easier to get) than Bioderma! You can read my full review of it here.
L'Oreal Lumi Magique Highlighting Pen, £8.49 -  You can see my full review of this here, but I loved this! It's basically a dupe for the YSL Touche Eclat (although there's a much smaller shade range). I found it didn't last as long as my Touche Eclat (around 2 months using it pretty much everyday) but once I finish my Wake Me Up concealer, I might repurchase this!
St Tropez SPF 30 Tan Enhancer, £20 - I only really finished this off on the few days of sun we had last month, as I mostly used this on holiday last year. I do really like the texture of this though, although I'm not 100% sold on the 'tan enhancing' properties. But SPF is so important and this is as good as any! I'm sure using this with the St Tropez Gradual Tan would give a really nice effect too.
Simple Kind To Eyes Makeup Remover, £3.39 - I finished yet another bottle of my Simple Eye Makeup Remover. I do think it's a really good eye makeup remover for the majority of eye makeup that I own, however, it does not compete well with Benefit's They're Real. Seriously, what eye makeup remover does though?! So, I decided to switch around a bit and try out the L'Oreal Eye Makeup Remover to see how well that does instead. 

Catherine x


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  1. I agree with you on the simple kind to eyes makeup remover. It's great at removing eye makeup it can take a few trys especially with gel liner but it's grand for the price! Just came across your blog I love it, i'm a new follower:) X

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