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I’ve been getting more organised this year so I’m remembering to scoot around the house and find where all my empties are hiding. I’ve been loving watching other peoples empties videos on Youtube because it really gives an insight into what we all get through.
James Brown Shampoo, Conditioner and Mask
These were my first move into trying more expensive brands to get my hair into better shape. within a week I could tell they were doing more for my hair but the set I’m using now I love more and will write something up soon about that. These between the two of us lasted the month which is about right for us. I’ve tried James Brown before in the travel sizes and liked them but it’s more the salon scent that made me enjoy them. The mask in particular is rich and really has to be only used on the length as it made my roots greasy when I first tried it me being a noob with hair care.
Lee Stafford Flat Iron Protection Shine Mist
This for me is mainly about the scent as it keep my have fragrant throughout the day. I use a fair amount as I like to keep my hair protected from my Ghds. It took along time to empty it as I stopped straightening my hair last year for a long time but now it’s finished I’ve already picked up another mini version to replace it. The spray from the bottle is a little too direct so I spray it into the palm of my hand and work it through that way. This makes my hair nice and shiny and looking in better condition than it is.
I won’t be repurchasing this but only because I really didn’t like the classic vitamin e smell that most of this range has especially when it’s being applied all over my face you just can’t get away from it. Other than that I have cheaper moisturizers that work just as well but moisturizer better for longer. This would be fine for normal skin it just didn’t do enough for mine. I did enjoy the Intense version I had a sample off but for the price I have already found something to replace it.
This was one of those things that I enjoyed using but as it was fairly pointed out won’t do much for me as it’s not suited to my age range. That been said it did hydrate my skin more and made it feel softer. This if you are looking to try a serum is a nice afford way to do it but I won’t repurchase it but I’m on the look out for one more suited to my mid twenties dry skin if any one has any suggestions withing budget?
This was really hydrating and to say it’s only 7 ml this really did just keep on going I’d say 6 – 8 weeks of day and night use. This stopped the dry patches and cleared some up completely which meant I could apply make up smoother. I’m trying a cheaper alternative at the moment but I may go back to this when I have more spare cash. I you do get this keeping on pushing to the very end as when I though it was ready to go with my other empties it lasted another week.