On yesterdays adventure with Christine, I mentioned how we did a bit of shopping after visiting Kirstall Abbey. We went to boots where I purchased the following nine items.
Nine being the magic number because, as any of you that have been to Boots will know, basically everything is on 3 for 2. I always manage to select the first two items with no problem, but the third one seems to cause me a few issues. I like to get something I will actually use, but that is a decent enough price so I feel I’m getting good value for my third piece.
I only actually wanted to buy a headband, but ya know, I’m a sucker for offers and advertising so came out with a lot more. Everything only came to £25 though so it’s not that bad!
Okay, on to the spoils…
Alice band – Hair Grips – Bun Doughnut
I wanted the Alice band to wear for work, as my hair is really long and everywhere and I saw a girl with similar hair length to me and it just looked a lot neater. I’m thinking of wearing my hair in a bun for work also sometimes because it gets in the way and I trap it in everywhere and dunk it in everything and if I turn around fast, it hits people in the face. It’s a bit awkward.
It’s going to be really exciting to not get it trapped in my car door anymore.
Boots Botanics All Bright Soothing Eye Makeup Remover
Boots Botanics All Bright Hydrating Day Cream
Boots Botanics All Bright Hydrating Night Cream
I bought this eye make-up remover after the drama of not being able to remove that waterproof mascara last week. It was recommended to me as it is apparently the only thing that works unless you’re willing to spend £20 or more on a high end one.
I’m almost out of moisturiser so I decided to give this a go. The day cream has a SPF of 15 which will be good for my runs! The sun is so bright lately and when I run along the canal, there’s no hiding from it.
Collection Volumising Mascara
Collection Lasting Colour Lipstick 13 Vintage Rose
Barry M Fine Glitter Dust 7
I bought the mascara because I was attracted to the bright orange packaging. and the 10x more volume it advertises (again, I’m highly influenced by like.. everything). When my current mascara runs out, I’ll do a review of it but I probably won’t be opening it for a month or so.
I bought the Barry M eye dust after seeing a girl from work with it and thinking it looked beautiful. The lipstick is a way to ween myself onto bolder colours as I’m pretty timid when it comes to putting things on my lips! I’d love to wear bright red lipstick but I feel like it just doesn’t suit me. This colour isn’t too far from my normal lip colour but makes my lips a bit bolder. Yay!
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I tried the two Sketchers Organic Energy drink I got in my box. I was given the original and the lite version to try.
These organic, fair trade, vegetarian, all natural energy drinks are a great alternative to red bull and the like. I had no idea what to expect with these and was delighted to see they were bright pink in colour ,similar to cranberry juice. They both have a very refreshing pomegranate taste. The lite version is a bit fizzier and has a bit more of a bitter taste but they don’t differ too much. I would repurchase this if I needed a pick me up and I’ve seen them in a few shops.
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