April is over and May is upon us. And I still can't get over how fast the months are passing, I know I've said it before but I'm sure I'll say it again yet.
So a few things to share in this post, first of all my April empties, not nearly as many as my March Empties but I have so many products to use up I'm happy to have got through these.
I've got Scwarzkopf Live Colour XXL, I've actually used two boxes this month, but only kept one for photo purposes... I also have a spare to turn to when I need to do my hair again.
Next there's Clarins Pure Melt Cleansing Gel, I actually did a review of this a while back, I love it to pieces, but just don't always feel it takes off all my make-up. But it smells and feels fantastic, and would be perfect for someone who wears less make-up and perhaps has drier skin.
And last but not least, MaxFactors Lasting Performance foundation in shade 100. Another product I reviewed and one I'd buy again, I don't find it's all that 'lasting' on me but it is the perfect colour for my pale skin.
Other that my empties, I also found a few new companies that are well worth a look.
"Celebrate an alternative femininity - being awesome isn't restricted to one sense of style or type of beauty."
Absolutely worth a check out, I got Roulette Red lipstick and I'm in Love.
Haus of Gloi is another brand worth looking at, especially if you're into Vegan, cruelty free products. Run by a Vegan Couple in America the products are lush to say the least, they ship to the UK and other countries, and the prices are really competitive.
I've got a Bubbling Scrub called Lassi which smells like;
"Cool, fresh mango cream, Tunisian orange blossom absolute, black ginger to ground, splash of green tea and a soft squeeze of lime juice. "
And you know what... it really does.
And lastly but not least Elemental Herbology using a range of premium grade herbs, flowers, minerals and actives from the world’s most reputable suppliers, sourcing fair trade and environmentally sustainable ingredients.
Supporting the responsible recycling of all Elemental Herbology packaging components and keeping the entire range free from mineral oils, synthetic fragrances and colours, sulphates, PABA sun screens and paraben preservatives.
I've only recently started using a range of samples I was sent, but I'm already impressed with how they work.
Be sure a review will be to follow of the 'new' products I've mentioned here.