1 October 2014

Cattier Masks

Cattier Masques Argile

Cattier Masques Argile

I have seen Cattier Masks featured occasionally in French Pharma Hauls after a blogger has been on a trip to Paris and I really don't know where they were buying them! It took me nearly 9 months to track them down, and I found all three that I wanted at different stores in one day! I was expecting them to be a lot more expensive but I think the most I paid was €4 for one, the others were slightly less.
I chose the Argile Verte Menthe, Argile Rose Aloe Vera and the Ready to use Montmorillonite-Illite Green Clay Masks. The minty green mask is ideal for oily skin, the pink is for sensitive skin and I still don't know what to use with the straight clay. I'm going to try and experiment and add something to it, the tube suggests making masks and poultices so there are endless possibilities! 
I have really enjoyed using the mint mask so far and my skin looked very refreshed and not at all dry after use. 
What do you think of Cattier Masks?
 
xo
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28 September 2014

MAC Angel

MAC Angel

MAC Angel
Don't know why this looks so orange.....

I knew when I read that Kim Kardashian's favourite MAC shade is Angel that I would have to buy it. It is a lovely nudey pink and is only the second every Frost finish lipstick I have bought. I've been wearing this a lot lately as it pairs really well with every eye look. I don't often wear such a neutral shade on a night out but this is ideal as it doesn't require constant touch ups or paranoid checks that it's not all over my face. 

MAC Angel

Do you like this shade? You can find it here
xo 
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26 September 2014

Lush Rock Star

Lush Rock Star Soap

Lush Rock Star

This was a bit of a random purchase, I usually stick to what I know from Lush and stupidly rarely try new things. I only went into the store because my husband wanted to 'smell nice things', I was planning on staring lustfully at the bath bombs but ended up playing with the soaps.
Rock Star smells so sweet and delicious, fruity and syrupy but it mostly reminds me of toys I had when I was younger. This soap smells like fruity plastic basically, and I love it. 
 Lush in France is quite considerably more expensive than in the UK for some things but I considered it a treat for myself after a hard morning organising stuff for leaving Paris. I recently spent nearly €8 on a bar of soap so i'm not sure why i'm whinging about 5! I'm still impressed with the SA for cutting the piece bang on 100g actually, if you want to try it you can find it here
xo
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