Review: Coconut Oil Hair Mask by Majestic Pure

 

Hi ladies…

I was sent a little gift from Majestic Pure to try out a while back, it is their Coconut Hair Mask which comes in a 260 ml tub. The packaging is quite simple, just a transparent tub which doesn’t look overly expensive and it has a white screw top lid. The label has all the ingredients listed (which all seem good & natural) as well as some info about the hair mask and directions on how to use.

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I struggled to open the tub so I had to use a knife to get it open.

Majestic Pure say the Coconut hair mask is enriched with a formula to hydrate and repair damaged hair, it revitalizes, sparkles long lasting shine and restores softness.

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The mask itself is a thick, white, non-drip lotion which smells of mild coconut. The lotion spread easily and glided through my roots to my ends coating every strand. I left the mask on for about 5 – 20 minutes each time and on one occasion I left it on my hair over night to give my damaged hair a deep condition.

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My hair felt thicker and moisturised after drying with a hair-dryer and it smelled nice and clean although I didn’t notice my hair being any shinier or glossier but it did feel healthier and soft. I do recommend giving hair a good rinse after using it as there were a few times my hair felt like it still had product in it, so I made sure I rinsed the mask off completely.

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I would use the Coconut Hair Mask again but it is not one of my favourite hair masks that I have used. I had an Argan Oil Hair Mask which was from Majestic Pure also and I felt the argan oil one nourished and repaired my damaged hair more than the coconut one.

You can buy the Coconut Oil Hair Mask – here.

Love

Kate xo

Review: Divine Shine Coconut Hair Oil – Inecto Naturals

Hey chicks.

A while back I reviewed a Coconut Shampoo & Conditioner from Inecto Naturals and I liked the brand so much I thought I would give their Divine Shine Coconut Hair Oil a whirl to see if it is any good for my damaged hair. Inecto say they don’t use unnecessary chemicals in their products and they claim to be vegan friendly, saying their products themselves are made cruelty free and are not tested on animals.

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First impressons:

The oil comes in a 100 ml clear recyclable bottle which looks simple and fresh. It has a anti-leak pump dispenser with a lid which is always good especially if you’re accident prone like me and always knocking things over. The oil is itself is clear and transparent, doesn’t leave a sticky feeling on the hands and it smells divine like coconuts. I think the bottle looks cool and attractive and I love Inecto’s packaging and their way with words on the back of the label.

The ingredients contain:

Cyclopentasiloxane, dimethiconal, Dimethicone, Bis-Hydroxy/Methoxy Amodimethicone, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Parfum.

Results:

After washing and towel drying my damaged hair I pumped a little oil out of the bottle into my hands and ran my fingers throughout my mid lengths and ends before styling with a hair dryer. Once dried, my dry hair felt smooth, silky soft and my frizzy ends were tamed and no longer noticeable. The oil left my hair looking very shiny and glossy and it literally felt like silk compared to how it usually feels. Not only that, my hair was left smelling absolutely delicious and the coconut scent of the oil is to die for. I love how it smells and I found it lingers too and doesn’t fade too quickly. I did notice that when I used too much of the oil and especially near my roots, my hair looked greasy and oily, so I do recommend using sparingly, using a little each time and adding more if needed as well as keeping the oil away from the roots. I also use the oil on dry hair for added nourishment and shine and it works just as well on dry hair as it does on wet hair. I do recommend this coconut oil and I believe it is a bargain, priced super cheap at around £1.29 from Home Bargains.

Love Yas,

Kate xo

DIY Natural Beauty Project: Black Tea Hair Rinse To Speed Up Hair Growth & Add A Glossy Shine

I love a good cuppa I do.

To be completely honest I’m a bit of a tea tank and I can easily drink twenty cups a day. The last 3 weeks I have not only been sippin’ on cuppa’s but I have been using my teabags to make my own DIY Black Tea Hair Rinse to see if it can help reduce shedding of the hair, stimulate hair growth and thickness as well as enchance shine as I long for long, full and thick hair and I regret getting the chop.

You must have seen all these miracle hair growing shampoo’s that prevent hair falling out and helps to make your own hair grow back thicker, fuller and longer? Let’s take the well-known, Alpecin for example. Well basically, Alpecin is very rich in caffeine and well, Black Tea is extremely rich in caffeine too and it doesn’t contain any nasty ingredients or chemicals that some hair brand dump in their shampoo’s. Ït is completely natural and a lot cheaper than those miracle shampoo’s.

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What You Need?

5 TEABAGS (just your regular PG Tips, Tetley, Yorkshire Tea, etc…)

A LARGE BOWL (A plastic dishbowl is perfect or just anything to put the tea into and then pour over your head.)

HOT KETTLE WATER(To steep & brew the teabags and extract all the goodness of the black tea into the hot water).

Let’s start:

1: Soak the teabags in hot kettle water for a few hours or for best results over night. (Don’t add sugar, don’t add milk, he he.)

2: When the Teabags have been steeped for 12-24 hours, take each teabag and squeeze all of the excess liquid back into the bowl. We want every drop!

3: Don’t be alarmed by this step. Its kind of similar to washing your hair in the sink, Ha. So. dip your head into the bowl leaving it submerged in the water for about 5 minutes and completely saturate your scalp and hair with the Black Tea. Or if you can’t be bothered dunking your head in a bowl for five minutes, simply pour the Black Tea water over your whole head, then follow with a shower cap – just make sure you do it in the bathroom otherwise you’ll have a puddle to clean up. Wear old clothes too. Tea stains are a bitch to get out.

4: When the five minutes of dunking is up, don’t squeeze out the excess water from your hair. Clamp your hair up into a loose bun and put on a shower cap, keeping a face towel near to wipe any black tea that falls down onto your face.

5: Leave the black tea water on your hair for a whole hour, then rinse and follow up with a nourishing conditioner.

6: Results will not be visible straight away but you will definitely see results by doing a Black Tea Rinse, week by week. Add the Black Tea Rinse into your beauty regime, its worth a try and the only thing your losing is teabags, hey. Forget the expensive ‘miracle’ shampoo’s. Black Tea works just as well.

REMEMBER: DONT USE HOT WATER ON YOUR HEAD. LET THE WATER COOL

Little tip: Keep the used tea bags and recycle them for your eyes to reduce dark circles, irritation and puffiness… They help to soothe and brighten your eyes too.

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My results after 3 weeks:

So, once a week I have been doing a Black Tea Rinse on my hair and so far I am very pleased with the results. My hair always feels soft, smooth and looks shiny afterwards and by week 3 of doing weekly rinses, I can feel how much thicker my hair is becoming and I can definitely see less hair loss after brushing.

You guys should give this a whirl, you probably have teabags at home so you can start right now if you wish. Let me know if you guys try it and continue to use it weekly. I’d love to see your results.

I’d love to hear some of your favourite DIY beauty Projects which you have found on the internet?

I adore crafting my own beauty recipes, so you guys will be doing me a BIG favour if you share some of your ‘makes’ below? I might even post about them on here.

Love

Kate x

Beauty On A Budget | Poundland Bargain | Revitalising Coconut Water Shampoo & Conditioner from Xpel Hair Care – Review

 

Hey hey,

Hope you are all having a gorge day so far! I’ve got another review for you beauties today – I’ve been trying out a new shampoo & conditioner so I thought I’d let you all know about them.

I’ve been using the Revitalising Coconut Water Hydrating Shampoo & Conditioner for the last two weeks now and it is the first time I have ever used any products from Xpel Hair Care, to be honest I had never heard of the brand before. I bought them both at Poundland for 99p each and when I noticed ‘Coconut Water’ written on the bottles, you know I just had to buy them. I love everything coconut – it has helped my psoriasis and skin out a lot so I have got myself a little obsession with it!

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First Impressions:

I think the bottles look so much more expensive than they are. The shampoo was only 99p and the conditioner was another 99p, which you really can’t complain about, can you. If these were priced at, say, £4.99 each I reckon I would still purchase them, I’m a sucker for coconut ha ha. The bottles look good and there is 400ml of product in each bottle so they are pretty good sized for the price.

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They do have some questionable ingredients in them and I do try my best to use natural products so my scalp psoriasis and skin doesn’t become irritated but what the hell. I will do some research on the ingredients list and update the post once I have read up on each one.

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What I thought?

The shampoo itself has a clear, runny consistency and it smells slightly of coconut. It lathers well but I found that I needed to use a lot of it to remove all oil and grease from my hair. When washing I didn’t feel as though my hair and scalp was being cleansed and the shampoo lathered more at the ends of my hair than it did at the roots so I applied more to my roots than was probably needed. Luckily though, when I washed the shampoo off my scalp felt cleansed and my hair was sleek to touch and didn’t have a rough texture.

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The conditioner is a basic white colour which looked a bit on the cheap side although once I applied it to my hair, it coated each strand well and spread easily. It wasn’t runny or drippy and it felt moisturising and hydrating. Like the shampoo it has a light coconut scent although the shampoo smells a bit stronger than the conditioner. When I washed the conditioner off, my hair felt conditioned and I was happy that my usually tatty hair was easy to comb. I’ve been leaving my hair to dry naturally and it felt soft to touch once it had dried and easy to style. My hair was also shinier too, I was happy about that. There wasn’t really a coconut scent left on my hair afterwards but it did smell nice and clean so that will do me.

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Would I buy again?

Overall, I’m pleased with the shampoo and conditioner and I would buy them both again, they aren’t the best I have ever used but I did like them and they are a bargain at 99p each!

I really do love my shopping sprees at the likes of Poundland, B&M and Home Bargains and it is truly amazing what you can get on the cheap in these saver stores.

What’s the best beauty bargains you guys have picked up from Poundland?

Love Katie x

Disclosure: I bought these.

Aussie Miracle Dry Shampoo (Mega Instant) – Review

Ladies,

I’ve another dry shampoo review for you all!

After my review of Herbal Essences Clearly Naked – Dry Shampoo a few days ago, (which I really didn’t rate that much), I thought I might as well post a little review of Aussie’s Miracle Dry Shampoo (Mega Instant) from Aussie’s MEGA collection which I’ve had sitting in my bathroom for absolutely ages now!

 

All about it:

‘Did not hear the alarm? running late? hair got the greasies? Stop your worries. This Aussie mega instant miracle dry shampoo you are now clutching is your saviour. No shower required. Just a burst of mega instant and a bit of brush-out brings instant, just-washed Aussie-ness and fragrance to your hair. Now if only you had not put two mismatching shoes on. It contains jojoba seed extract that was used for centuries by the indigenous Australians as it was believed to naturally condition hair.’ – Aussie

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First impressions:

The bottle is your typical Aussie hair product, looks wise, and it has the same Aussie design as all of their other products. It is a small 65ml aerosol bottle, much smaller than any others I have used with less product but worry not, there is also a bigger 180ml bottle available too.

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Another thing – it smells absolutely gorgeous. 😍

Pros: 👌🏻

It really does smell divine, it is without a doubt the lovliest, sweetest scent that I have ever came across and it makes my hair smell so nice.

The scent has lingered on my hair for quite a while too so it is definately long-lasting.

It has been enriched with Jojoba Seed Extract.

Makes hair feel soft.

After spraying my roots, there was no white powdery substance left on my roots like other dry shampoo’s tend to leave.

Cons: 👊🏻

Although I love how this smells, the gorgeous, lovely scent gives me a headache thanks to the added synthetic fragrance / artificial parfum.

Contains Alcohol Denat which can dry your hair out.

Contains silicones.

Isn’t the greatest for removing oil and grease.

Ingredients:

Alcohol Denat, Butane, Propane, Isobutane, Tapioca Starch, Aqua, Silica, Parfum, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Hexyl Cinnamal, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil, Limonene, Linalool, Benzyl Salicylate

Results:

The bottle I have is only a small 65 ml so if you use dry shampoo’s often this will last you no time, you would be better off purchasing the 180ml bottle. I only use dry shampoo’s once in a blue moon so this has lasted me quite a while. I wouldn’t say it was the best dry shampoo for soaking up oil or refreshing greasy hair, I have had better results with Batiste and I do recommend their dry shampoo’s for oily/greasy hair. It did soak a little bit of oil up but not enough to make it appear freshly washed, it was fine for in between washes but if you left your hair for a whole week without washing and used this to control the oil, I reckon your roots would still look greasy.

I do like this dry shampoo mainly because it smells soooo good and leaves my hair feeling soft! It made my hair feel silky and smooth, it also didn’t make my hair any thicker so I think this would work well for girls with very thick or curly hair but not for those with fine hair because it may leave your hair looking flat. My hair didn’t feel dry afterwards either unlike others which leave hair feeling stiff like you have used a whole can of hair spray on it, so hair is still manageable and doesn’t have that ‘talcy’ feel to it.

Now I really like this dry shampoo but because I have fragrance sensitivities (allergic to some artificial fragrances/parfums), the lovely scent causes me to have banging, violent headaches which is a real shame because I do like it and it works well on my hair type. I really do love how it smells but I really don’t like the headaches I get after using it.

Will I use again?

That is a tough one! I would say yes, 100%, but I can’t even look at the bottle without a headache coming on. If you’re not effected by artificial fragrance, great but if you’re like me and can’t handle some artificial fragrances then I’d look for another. So, unfortunately I don’t think I will buy this again. I think I’ll stick with Batiste’s Original Dry Shampoo for the time being.

Does anybody else have fragrance sensitivity? It sucks, right!?

Love

KATIE x

 

Herbal Essences Clearly Naked Dry Shampoo – Review

Hey Chicks,

Last week I was sent Herbal Essences Clearly Naked Dry Shampoo to review and test out on my greasy little head! The Clearly Naked Dry Shampoo has natural Tapioca in it which is a starch that has been extracted from Cassava Root and helps to absorb excess oil in the hair so I was very keen to try it out.

First impressions of the bottle was good. It is a tall 118ml white aerosol bottle which has greyish-silver writing and it features a pop of green with a picture of a peppermint plant. The bottle looks fresh, simple and attractive. It costs about £2.99 for a 118ml bottle which I think is very good value for money!

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I really like how it smells too. I have fragrance sensitivity so I often get violent headaches after using products with artificial fragrance in but I had no problem with this one, thankfully! It smells mildly minty and fresh thanks to the Peppermint Oil (Menthol Piperta) and Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil which has been added to the dry shampoo

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Photo: bushcraftusa.com

 

Ingredients:

Alcohol Denat – Butane – Propane – Isobutane – Tapioca Starch – Aqua – Silica – Polymethylsesquioxane – Parfum – Limonene – Linalool – Citronellol – Menthol Piperta Oil – Menthol – Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil

As you can see it contains no parabens and no colourants which is great! Herbal Essences also say that it contains zero silicone which I found a bit confusing as the ingredients list say it contains polymethylsesquioxane and silica! I’m pretty sure both are silicones? I may be wrong!

PROS

It smells really nice

Eliminates odours and refreshes the hair and scalp

It makes hair smell and appear freshly washed

Thickens hair

Soaks up grease and oil

Contains 0% parabens and 0% colourants

CONS

Contains artificial fragrance (parfum). Fragrance is used to make products smell better. It works to cover the scent of other ingredients, which may have strong chemical scents.

So, if you only use natural beauty products or if you have fragrant or chemical sensitivities, this dry shampoo is not for you.

Hair felt like I had hair lacquer and talcum powder on it and felt heavy

Hair didn’t feel any softer after using

Proctor & Gamble the manufactures of Herbal Essences test their products on animals. I am unsure if this dry shampoo has been tested on animals but I would imagine it not to be cruelty free, which is a shame.

 

RESULTS:

I am not the biggest fan of dry shampoo and I rarely use them to be totally honest. I only tend to use dry shampoo when I am going somewhere and I haven’t got time to wash my hair.

My sister made plans to go out for food yesterday and I often try to leave my hair unwashed in the hope my natural oils will help repair my damaged hair so I hadn’t washed my hair in three days so it was a little on the flat, stinky and greasy side. I thought it would be the perfect time to try this dry shampoo out and two minutes later my hair was done and dusted! Dry shampoo is definitely is a time saver, if I hadn’t of used the dry shampoo the night would have been over by the time I had washed, dried and then styled my hair. My sister is the impatient type who hates waiting round so I literally had no time to wash my hair without getting moaned at to hurry up, ha-ha I must say she was shocked when I was ready in ten minutes compared my usual time of 3 hours so I think she loves the Clearly Naked Dry Shampoo more than I do!

After using this I did find my hair felt less soft and it restricted movement of my hair a little bit making it feel heavy and less flowy as usual. It felt as if I had applied hair lacquer all over my hair and then brushed it out, so it didn’t feel as smooth as I’d of liked. My boyfriend asked if I had put talcum powder in my hair so it must have felt pretty dry for him to notice as he never notices anything usually! He also said my hair smelled nice too, cutie! As soon as I sprayed my hair all over I did notice it thicken straight away, my hair felt so thick and it looked volumized but it appeared frizzy too so I had to use my hair straighteners to smooth it out a bit and make it look less static. After styling my hair looked thick and smelled lush but I didn’t like how my hair felt, it was obvious that I had some kind of product in my hair and it didn’t feel as soft.

Will I buy again?

Probably not. It is cheap enough and its perfect if you want thicker hair on the cheap but it is not a favourite of mine, even though it did work. I will finish the rest of the bottle off but I very much doubt I would buy this again as there have been other dry shampoo’s from Batiste and Aussie that I have liked better.

Where to buy?

Right here -> BOOTS – £2.99

Have you ever tried this dry shampoo? What did you think of it?

Thanks for stopping by on Katie Rose Loves!

Love

Katie x

e-mail: whatkatieroseloves@hotmail.com

Disclosure: I received this free for review purposes.

L’Oreal Paris Preference | MOUSSE ABSOLUE | #500 Natural Medium Brunette | Hair Dye Review

Hey Girls! xxx

Crazy hair lady has struck again!

I dyed my dark hair back to platinum blonde after swearing I would never bleach my hair again! I just can’t help it, I think I might just be a serial hair dyer! I always bleach my dark hair back to blonde on impulse (damaging it in the process), and then eventually I dye my blonde hair back to brunette again, also on impulse. It’s a vicious circle. LOL! I need to find a colour I like and stick to it because changing it up all the time is taking its toll on my locks.

So, here I am once again! I’m bored with my blonde hair and I feel it’s doing nothing for me at all, so, I’ve decided to dye it back to brunette. After speculating for weeks and trying hard to decide on a colour I really liked I went ahead and bought a box dye yesterday. I didn’t want to go as dark as I used to be (jet black) so instead I chose a medium brown which is close to my natural colour.

The dye I chose was L’Oreal Paris Preference MOUSSE ABSOLUE in the shade #500 (Natural Medium Brunette) which I bought from Home Bargains for just £1.99!
Yep, £1.99!
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These dyes are priced between £10-£15 everywhere else so I believe I got my self a bargain! Thanks HB – I loveeeee you! If you’re thinking of buying one of these dyes, go to Home Bargains – save a few quid! They have a few other shades available too.

Included In The Box

• two chamber system with lid
• nozzle / precision diffuser
• 2 pairs of black gloves (slim fit)
• satin touch conditioner with UV filters
• instruction leaflet
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 What I Liked About This Dye

The MOUSSE ABSOLUE dyes have two unique chambers, (think of two aerosols stuck together with a nozzle on top), I’m guessing one ‘aerosol’ is the creme colour and the other is the developer. It’s quite different to the bottle dyes I usually use which has an applicator tip and requires you to mix bottle 1 and bottle 2 together, blah, blah. Too much effort for me, ha!
With these you simply put the nozzle (precision diffuser) on top of the two chamber system, shake, shake, shake, squirt the mousse onto your hand and apply it to your hair. It requires little effort, so I loved this dye straight away for that reason alone, it allows me to be lazy!
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These are the only re-usable box dyes that I’ve ever seen. I’m impressed. They can be used for a full head application or to touch up your roots and if there is any un-used product left over, instead of binning it, you can store it away and use it again the next time you re-do your roots. Amazing!!!
I also think they have a lot more product inside too, well, compared to normal bottle dyes. If you have short hair, one box will give you two full head applications. If you have medium length hair, (like me), one box will give you one full head application and a root touch-up. If you have long hair, one box will give you one full head application. So us shorties and middies are lucky, hey!

What I Didn’t Like

I found with this dye it takes more product than other dyes to completely saturate the hair for an intense colour. The fact I had lots of blonde spots here and there after dying it, annoyed me. I might have applied it wrong or never left it on long enough but after using two boxes in one sitting, carefully applying the moose to every strand and massaging it in, you would think it would be hard to miss bits of hair out. I’ve also noticed some area’s are a little bit ashy (especially at the ends) but I’m hopeful that another application will correct this.
Maybe it was because I was so light beforehand too. I have noticed in the past when dying blonde hair darker that the first application is always patchy and uneven in places. Blonde hair going brunette holds colour more and looks best when you dye it twice on two separate occasions, so this is what I’m going to do.

Before & After

Verdict:

I love it! I think I might have finally found my colour! My skin looks brighter, my green eyes stand out more and I’ve finally realised that I suit brunette hair much more than blonde hair. I should have listened to my Mother! He-he! It is the closest I’ve ever been to my natural colour – (last time I seen my natural colour was when I was about 12) and it really does look natural and classier than the blonde colour I had.
I will need to do another application to make my hair colour more vibrant and I do need to touch up some blonde spots that I accidentally missed out but overall, the base colour is lovely and I’m happy with it. After washing the dye off, I did find my hair a little dry and coarse afterwards but nothing a bit of argan oil & coconut oil hasn’t handled.
I am definitely going to keep this colour! I’ll be stocking up on MOUSSE ABSOLUE from Home Bargains just incase they sell out or stop stocking them. I don’t fancy paying near enough £15 somewhere else for a hair dye even if I do really, really like it. I’m going to get myself another two boxes, reapply one on my hair and dye my hair extensions with the other one.
I really like it so I do recommend it. 🙂

Love

Katie… xo

Browtician | Love Skull Tweezers | Limited Edition ❤

The brow grooming brand Browtician have produced a fabulous new range of eyebrow tools and accessories to keep our eyebrows perfectly groomed, neat and tidy.

They have launched five new and different designed tweezers at Superdrug.

Miniamilist Tweezer
Mininalist Square Tweezer
The Stylist Tweezer
The Jeweller Tweezer
Love Skull Tweezer

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The Love Skull design is definitely my fave! 😍😍😍

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Browtician have collaborated with feature designer Suzanne Carpenter  who has created the lovely artwork on the Love Skull tweezers.

I got these in my February GlossyBox and fell in love with the Love Skull design straight away! The outer packaging is so colourful, fun and eye-catching it’s really no surprise that I adore them!

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The tweezer come with a small storage case to put the tweezers in when not using as well which will help to keep them in tip-top condition. The case is the perfect size for your make-up bag or your handbag and is a life saver If you’re clumsy  like me and always misplacing or losing your tweezers.

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They’re very easy to use and have a sleek and precise tip – this means they grip those unwanted hairs well and remove them with one easy pull. They are made from stainless steel and have a slanted edge to really grip and remove the most stubborn of hairs.

The Love Skull tweezers retail at £7.99. They are limited edition so if you love them as much as I do then get a move on before they are gone forever! 😊

To shop Browtician tweezers at Superdrug – click here.

To sign up for a monthly subscription box at Glossybox click here to be referred.

Thanks for reading!

Love Katie ❤

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