Hello there 🙂 Today, I'm going to review the shower cream 'The Comforter' from Lush.
Hello there! Today I'm going to review 3 skincare products from Zarqa.
I have already done a lot of reviews of Lush products in the past and you seem to really like those. So here I am, once again, with a new review of a Lush product. Yeah, I think you are not surprised anymore when I'm going to review a product from Lush.
This primer was my first ever purchase from Smashbox. Smashbox came to Belgium not so long ago and I can say that I was pretty excited when that happened. Smashbox is cruelty-free, which made me even more excited, but it is quit pricy though.
Highlighter has become really popular the past year or two in the beauty industry. And I have to say that I'm a quit big fan of it as well. Ok, let's be real here: I love highlighter. So today I'm going to review a budget-proof highlighter from Catrice.
Since summer just started for me, I needed to look for a new sunscreen. Normally, I would use the sunscreen from Nivea, but they sell to China so I couldn't use those anymore. So I thought this would be the right time to post a review of a sunscreen.
When I saw this body scrub in the store, I immediately thought: 'I need to review this!' So that's what I'm going to do today.
If there was one perfume I could choose, it would definitely be the 'Red Musk' from The Body Shop. And today I'm going to tell why!
Yes, another review of a Lush product. Last time, I reviewed a shower jelly, and today I'm going to review the Lush shaving smoothie called 'Five O'Clock Whistle'. I've been using this product a lot lately for shaving my legs and it is literally awesome.
I don't know about you guys, but I'm really obsessed with Lush. For those who don't know Lush that well, I will give a little explanation: Lush is a cruelty-free cosmetic brand with amazing products (that smell great!). Today, I'm going to review a product, something that has become a little bit of an obsession for me lately. Today I'm reviewing the one and only 'Refresher' shower jelly. A shower jelly is actually a soap bar, but in a jelly form instead.