Monday, 29 April 2013

Magazine Freebies May 2013 (June 2013 Editions)

Who doesn't love a magazine freebie?! I try to read the magazine too, but generally for me the magazine comes with the freebie rather than the other way round! Currently I'm only aware of the Marie Claire and Elle freebies out in May, so if you know of any others, please leave me a comment and I will add it to this post with a link to your blog.

First off, the one I am most excited about! On 1 May, the June edition of Elle magazine will be hitting shops with a BENEFIT THEY'RE REAL mini mascara worth £9.50. The magazine costs £4.00, so you will be saving yourself £5.50 - a complete no brainer if you ask me! I seriously hope I manage to get my hands on one because this magazine is guaranteed to sell out quickly! Thank you to Floral Danielle for the heads up on this!

Marie Claire is out on 2nd May with a choice of three freebies - Avon Supershock Gel Eyeliner, Avon Supershock Brow Definer and Smitten Red Lipstick, together worth £20.50. Every magazine will also come with a free sample of Avon's BB cream. I'm quite tempted by the gel eyeliner and the red lipstick, especially as I am yet to brave a red lippie and this seems like a purse friendly option! Marie Claire costs £3.60.

Thanks also to Mademoiselle Lala who has commented below to say that Instyle comes out on 2nd May with a choice of three Nails Inc polishes! The shades to choose from are peach, red and a baby pink. If they are as good as last year then I can't wait (last year they gave away one of my favourite ever colours called Bluebell!). 

If you're after something to treat your body rather than your face, the lovely Sandra from Beauty Balm tweeted me to say that Harper's Bazaar will be giving away a REN Rose Otto Body Cream!

Will you be picking up any of these magazines?

Beauty Bird xx


Sunday, 28 April 2013

The Music Tag

Hi lovelies! I haven't actually been tagged by anyone to do this, but I've loved reading this tag so I thought I'd give it a go. I think it's also nice sometimes to step away from my normal beauty posts and do something a little different!



What's your favourite type of music? 
I like a real mix of music and often I'll listen to a certain type depending on my mood. It wasn't always that way! The first ever band I bought a tape for (I know - TAPE - how old!) was The Spice Girls. When I was at school I basically listened just to chart music, especially boybands (Westlife and Blue were my favourites!). Then when I met my boyfriend at college he introduced me to actual bands that play actual instruments and stuff (he plays guitar and drums). Then I started listening to rock and indie music as well.

What's your least favourite type of music? 

I just can't listen to hardcore drum and bass. I need something with LYRICS. If I'm on a night out having a boogie or driving along in the car I NEED to sing along.

What's the best gig you've been to? 
Ooh that's really tough. I think the Foo Fighters edges it, closely followed by Muse. I can't really afford to go to many gigs now though, when I was younger and didn't have a mortgage and all these bills to pay for, my boyfriend and I would go to loads! I do really wish I'd got tickets to The Big Reunion though, gutted about that.

What albums are you listening to at the moment?
My sister bought me Bastille's album for my birthday so I've been listening to that quite a bit. I tend to listen to different songs though rather than complete albums. If I fancy listening to a complete album all the way through my first choice is usually Ellie Goulding "Bright Lights"; I love every single song on that album and it's so relaxing and easy to listen to. At the moment I really want Paramore's new album.

What's your favourite bands/artists/favourite album?
Some of my favourites are Foo Fighters, Muse, Ellie Goulding, Paramore, Coheed and Cambria and Kelly Clarkson. But to be honest there's not a lot I don't like - I also love a bit of Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Calvin Harris and Swedish House Mafia for example. One that I really don't like? Justin Bieber.

If you could instantly know how to play any instrument, what would it be?
I'd love to be able to play guitar or piano. I'd also like to instantly know how to sing really well please!!


I hope you enjoyed reading this tag! I tag you ALL, so please post your links!

Beauty Bird xx 


Friday, 26 April 2013

Review: nspa Beauty Balm

nspa is a brand exclusively available in Asda which offers a range of skincare and body products at seriously affordable prices. Unfortunately I don't have an Asda in my town, but I wish I did as they sell quite a few different ranges that you can't find in Tesco (my normal food shopping haunt). 

nspa skincare products are numbered depending on the point at which you should use them in your skincare routine. Step 1 is cleanse, step 2 exfoliate, step 3 treat and step 4 moisturise. The nspa Beauty Balm is one that encompasses two steps in one go - treat and moisturise. 

nspa say, "This multi-tasking formula combines steps 3 and 4 by treating skin with anti-ageing moisturisers for 12 hour hydration while providing medium colour coverage to give a natural, post-spa facial glow".

The ingredients include glycerine, hyaluronic acid, Vitamin C and Vitamin E. This Beauty Balm also contains SPF 15 and is advertised at being suitable for all skin types, even sensitive skin. For a purse friendly £6.00 you get 50ml of product.

nspa Beauty Balm has a mousse like formula, which you really don't need a lot of as a little goes a long way, just like a moisturiser. The colour is quite dark and isn't available in different shades, so when I first swatched this I thought it just wouldn't work for me at all. However I was very surprised at how well it blends in, which I think must be due to the formula and the fact that the coverage isn't intended to be heavy. So instead of being left looking like I'd just tanned my face and nowhere else, I was actually left with a natural, dewy finish and a subtle glow to my skin, just as nspa promised! The coverage is good on small blemishes, but if you have some quite red or angry spots or scars (I do frequently), you're going to still need to do a fair bit of concealing for a flawless finish. The colour lasts about six or seven hours, but my skin still feels hydrated and healthy. 

The Verdict
I think the nspa Beauty Balm is a great product for the price. If you want to cut down your time spent getting ready in the mornings, then this the perfect multi-tasker as it treats, moisturises and provides some coverage at the same time. However if you suffer with regular breakouts like me then the coverage isn't going to be enough - I personally prefer a high coverage base that requires minimal concealing afterwards. For that reason I don't tend to reach for this product on a daily basis, but it's a great product to have around.

Have you tried nspa Beauty Balm? Click here to view the product on Asda's website.

Beauty Bird xx

P.S. Please note that this post contains a PR sample.

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

FOTD: The Natural, Lazy Day Face

This FOTD shows the sort of makeup look I go for on those days when I really don't feel like making too much effort and I've not really got much planned. This is exactly why I titled the FOTD my natural, lazy day face! As you can see, I really went low maintenance all round; hair up - check, snuggly cardigan - check!

The products I used were:

Base: Vichy Dermablend Corrective Foundation, The Body Shop Lightening Touch Pen, Jane Iredale PurePressed Powder in Light Beige
Blusher and Highlighter: Benefit Fine One One
Eyes: No7 Stay Perfect Eyeshadow in Wheatsheaf, Seventeen Doll'd Up Mascara
Brows: Pixi Natural Brow Duo in Medium Brown
Lips: Korres Lip Butter in Quince

What are your favourite products for a natural, lazy day face?

Beauty Bird xx


Monday, 22 April 2013

Cheap but Cute Beauty Storage

I love seeing how others organise and store their beauty products. I get a fair bit of storage envy when I see any Muji items and would love some of my own, but for now I'm going with a mismatch of cheap but seriously cute storage.

All my makeup is kept in these boxes from Store Twenty One. They have a massive selection of designs and colours, plus a choice of three or four different sizes. Of course I just had to buy some with a bird/birdcage print! The small boxes are only £1.99 and the large one is £2.99. 

I keep my makeup brushes in this lovely, vintage looking pot, which is also from Store Twenty One. It's actual purpose is to hold a square candle, as there is a glass pot inside the wooden one. Unfortunately I can't remember how much this was, but I don't think it was more than £5.00.

My most recent storage purchase is staying with the white, vintage style and was only £10.00 from Asda. I was looking for something to put on my bedside table to organise the mass of products that collect there and it just fits the bill perfectly. 

What are your favourite beauty storage buys? Please share!

Beauty Bird xx

Friday, 19 April 2013

Review: Miss Dior Eau de Toilette

This is my newest perfume, which I was lucky enough to receive for my birthday recently. First of all, how beautiful is the bottle? The silver bow just adds a touch of sophisticated glamour and the fact that the colour of the perfume is a light pink makes it girly and fresh. The scent of Miss Dior is also perfect for Spring/Summer.

Dior say, "Charming and effervescent, Miss Dior Eau de Toilette is a luminous floral chypre scent with a hint of springtime."

I didn't know this before, but the word chypre refers to a family of fragrances containing fresh, citrus top notes and woody-animalic base notes such as patchouli or oakmoss. Miss Dior Eau de Toilette is a floral chypre and contains Blood Orange as the top note, Tunisian Neroli and Turkish and Bulgarian Damask Rose as the heart and Indonesian Patchouli as the base note.

This scent really is just lovely. It's not too heavy or overpowering but lasts all day. I'm not the best at describing scents, but to me it's a slightly musky, slightly sweet floral. It's definitely not the kind of floral your Nan would wear! I would highly recommend popping into Boots and giving this a whiff. 

What perfumes have you been loving recently?

Beauty Bird xx


Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Review: Benefit Fine One One

When it comes to blusher I am very boring - I have used the same powder blusher by Jane Iredale for years. So trying Benefit Fine-One-One was definitely interesting for me! 

Benefit Fine-One-One is a cream to powder formula described as "a sheer, brightening colour for cheeks and lips". It comes in beautiful rose gold packaging and comes in stick form that you twist up to apply. The stick is split into three colours; pink champagne, sheer watermelon and soft coral. Pink champagne is a pretty iridescent highlighter and the watermelon and coral are quite matte and very bright! It's a fantastic multi-tasker though; the name Fine-One-One is actually a play on words for 9-1-1, so I guess this means in a cheek and lip emergency Benefit are the ones you're gonna call! It retails at £23.50.

To apply, I swipe the stick across the apples of my cheeks and slightly up towards my temples. I then blend the colours together just by dabbing along the stripes with my fingertips. The creamy formula means it is really easy to blend and takes no time at all. It's surprising how sheer the colour is when you're done, because the coral and watermelon look so scarily bright in the tube, almost neon. I actually find that I need to swipe Fine-One-One across my cheeks a second or third time to get the pop of colour I like. Therefore I don't think darker skins wouldn't find this colour strong enough, although it is very buildable.

Initial Application / Initial Application Blended / Second Application Blended

Unfortunately the one big negative of this product for me is the staying power. Despite the formula being cream to powder, I get half the wear time compared to my normal pure powder blusher. It lasts around four hours on me, five hours at the most. My skin type is oily/combination, so perhaps the formula of Fine-One-One just isn't suited to last on my skin type.

When it comes to lips, I really don't like the feel and finish of this on my lips. It's quite drying and just doesn't sit well, it seems to collect in all the cracks.

The Verdict
The big positives of Benefit Fine-One-One are that it's so easy to use, it's a blusher and a highlighter in one product so the perfect multi-tasker, plus I love the colour. However it's not good on lips and the staying power just isn't long enough for me. So unfortunately I won't be willing to spend £23.50 on this when it runs out. If your skin type is normal or more on the dry side, then perhaps you'll find this has a longer wear time so bear this in mind if you're thinking of buying it.

Click here to view this product on the Benefit website.

Have you tried Benefit Fine-One-One? What's your favourite blusher?

Beauty Bird xx

P.S. Please note that this is a PR sample, received in the Bristol Blogger Meetup goody bag.


Monday, 15 April 2013

Big Birthday Beauty Haul

Hi lovelies! About a week and a half ago it was my birthday and I turned the grand old age of 26! I received mostly money for my birthday, but this was perfect as I really wanted to go shopping and have a bit of a splurge, as I never normally have enough money to do so. So the weekend after my birthday I went shopping... twice. Oops. Please note that the purpose of this post is not to show off, just to share with you all the beauty bits I received for my birthday and what I treated myself to - I love reading hauls myself! I'm not going to go into all the products in much detail, but I promise reviews will follow!

I was so excited when I opened my presents to find some products I'd had my eye on for ages! The Real Techniques Stippling Brush, Models Own Fruit Pastel Collection and Revlon Lip Butter in Pink Lemonade all featured on my most recent beauty wishlist post, so it's nice to cross these off! The Miss Dior Eau de Toilette perfume smells and looks gorgeous! It has a light, floral scent that is perfect for the daytime and it is officially my new favourite perfume. I've never tried Soap and Glory's Scrub Actually body exfoliator before, but if it's as good as The Breakfast Scrub then I'll definitely be in love!

The above products I bought on a shopping trip with the lovely Poppy from Let's Drive Far Away. We went to TKMaxx, The Cosmetics Company Outlet, Boots and Superdrug - typical beauty blogger haunts! Oh my did we pick up some bargains!

In TKMaxx I found a Organic Wear 100% Natural Origin Pressed Powder by Physician's Formula, which includes a mirror and brush for just £4.99! In America this costs $13.95, which is about £9.00, so I definitely got a bargain with this. The shade looks like a perfect match for my current pressed powder but for a quarter of the price!

I also managed to find this Nails Inc Colour Collection set, which contains five mini nail varnishes, for just £12.99. The RRP of this is £22.00! The shades are just beautiful, really vibrant and classic colours that I'll never get bored of.

The Cosmetics Company Outlet
This store is the place to go for big name makeup, perfume, skincare and haircare brands at discounted prices, including Estee Lauder, Clinique, MAC, Origins, Bumble and Bumble, Ojon, Smashbox and Bobbi Brown. Some of the products are current and others are from now discontinued or limited edition collections. I personally was most excited about going to the MAC section- as you can tell from what I picked up!

1. MAC Nail Lacquer in Hyperion - paid £7.00 - RRP £10.00 (from a limited edition collection - MAC for Daphne Guinness).
2. MAC Sheen Supreme Lipstick in Supreme Style - paid £10.25 - RRP £14.50 (current product).
3. MAC "A Tartan Tale" Tis Noble to Give Viva Glam Lip Bag - paid £19.25 - RRP I think was £28.00 or £29.00, unfortunately I didn't write it down! (From a limited edition collection - contains a tartan makeup bag, Viva Glam V lipstick and lipglass, however the latter two can still be bought separately.)

I am especially excited about finding the Viva Glam V lipstick, as I've had my eye on this for awhile!

Finally, I bought a replacement Vichy Dermablend Corrective Foundation, the Witch Anti-Blemish Liquid Concealer and a tub of solid coconut oil. The coconut oil is only £2.29 for a 125ml tub, however it's currently on offer for £1.50! I'm going to try this on my hair and also use it to make my own lip scrub!

Finally, when I went shopping with my Mum, I picked up some bargain bits from H&M. How gorgeous is this makeup bag?! I couldn't resist the bird print and it was only £2.99! I also grabbed this cute mini nail set for £1.99 and one of their nail varnishes for £2.99. I've never tried their nail varnishes before, they look very Butter London-esque! This one is called Prim and Proper. 

I also thought I'd include in this haul the fab freebies I picked up with Marie Claire - a Jergens body moisturiser and Ciate nail varnish in Pocket Money. My friend also kindly gave me this Rimmel nail varnish in Euphoria. I don't think I need any more nail varnish...!!

I will officially now be giving my bank account some time to recover. In fact I'm planning to go on a spending ban next month - but I'll post about that nearer to the time.

Have you tried any of the above products? What beauty items have you hauled recently?

Beauty Bird xx


Friday, 12 April 2013

Review: MAC Lustre Finish Lipstick in Plumful

Let me introduce you all to my new favourite lipstick - MAC Plumful. This is only my second MAC lipstick and it's just the most beautiful pink-plum colour. The finish is lustre, which is a glossy, fairly sheer finish; however the colour is very buildable. The formula is not at all drying and actually feels a little balmy. The wear time however is only about two hours before needing to re-apply, but with a lip liner (thank you to Mia from CSI Beauty Blog for the most perfect match - No7 Precision Lips Pencil in Plum) it lasted through a hen do night out!

MAC lipsticks are a little on the expensive side at £14.00, but I bought this when Debenhams had their 10% off beauty and free delivery offer so it definitely made it less painful!

What's your favourite MAC lipstick? I'd love some recommendations, especially ones to suit pale gals like me!

Beauty Bird xx


Wednesday, 10 April 2013

NOTD and Review: Shellac Nails in Tropix

Recently one of my oldest friends got married and the day before me and another friend had Shellac nails done for the wedding. I picked this beautiful coral pink colour (thanks to Google I now know it's called "Tropix"), as I thought it would go really well with the electric blue dress I bought to wear. 
Shellac is described as "a true innovation in chip free, extended wear nail colour". Shellac is 3-free, which means it contains no formaldehyde, DBP (dibutyl phthalate) and toluene. It is applied just like a traditional polish, but in between each layer my nails were put under a UV lamp to cure each layer. I didn't count how long my nails were under the lamp, but it couldn't have been more than a few minutes. A base and top coat were also applied and cured under the UV lamp. The result is super shiny, glossy nails, which are dry instantly. It's really odd because you feel like you need to be careful with how you move around, but you can run your fingers over the nail or knock it against something and there is no way it is going to smudge! Here are my nails the same day:

One of the big selling points of Shellac is that it is meant to last for at least 14 days. If you follow me on Twitter you may have noticed that I regularly moan about my nail varnish peeling off, sometimes within 24 hours of me applying it. I have tried so many different things with no avail and have just come to the conclusion that I have really oily nail beds!! Unfortunately for me, the Shellac actually started peeling off within a week. You can clearly see this on my middle finger on the pictures below. 

As it started peeling off I decided to remove it properly, as otherwise I knew I'd just end up picking it off! You can go back to the salon to have it removed or if you want to do it at home, all you need is some pure acetone, cotton wool and foil. I put a little bit of the acetone on a cotton wool ball, popped it over the nail and held it in place with foil. If you leave it on for 5-10 mins the Shellac will start to flake off and any left on the nail should easily scrape off either using your nail or a cuticle stick. Obviously pure acetone really isn't good for your nails, so now some hand and cuticle cream is much needed!

Unfortunately I don't think I will have Shellac done again anytime soon, purely because it cost me £20.00 and it only lasted a week. However it was lovely to have it done for a special occasion and I would recommend giving it a try if you haven't already. It would be perfect to have done before going on holiday!

Have you had Shellac done before? What was your experience?

Beauty Bird xx


Monday, 8 April 2013

Review: Eden Scented Candle by Melt

I was lucky enough recently to be sent a luxury, scented candle by Melt to review. Melt wasn't a brand I'd heard of before this. Based in the UK, Melt candles are handmade and their fragrances are developed in house. Each candle is hand poured using blended, natural waxes and takes up to 36 hours to produce, containing a high percentage of pure fragrance. There are 30 different scents to choose from, each with a choice of different sizes and types of candle. I received Eden in the Luxury Glass Jar, which contains herbs, spices, precious woods and fig.

The candle comes beautifully packaged in a black box with a swirly, flowery design - very tattoo-esque. This design is also repeated on one side of the candle, with the Melt logo on the other. I don't think this design would be to everyone's taste, but I do think this makes the candle very unique. It definitely looks great on my coffee table!

I'm normally more of a fan of really fruity, sweet scents but I actually really like this scent! It's very creamy and fresh, woody but with a hint of sweetness, which I presume is the fig. When it's lit it doesn't take long for the scent to fill the room, yet it's not heady or overpowering. The Luxury Glass Jar candle should provide over 70 hours burn time. 

Now for the price - this costs £21.00. This is quite eye-watering considering the size of the candle. However it is handmade and you can tell it's a high quality product, so a candle lover is sure to appreciate this for their birthday or other kind of special occasion. Unfortunately I don't think I could bring myself to spend this much on a candle, however I would definitely purchase the Room Scenter version for £8.00 or the Tall and Thin one for £14.95, which doesn't come in a glass jar but provides the same burn time. I would love to try some of their other scents too; I love the sound of Jasmine and Tuberose and Neroli and Rose Geranium.

Have you tried any candles by Melt? What's your favourite candle?

Beauty Bird xx


Sunday, 7 April 2013

My Beautie Review: Pixi Natural Brow Duo in Medium Brown

Hey lovelies! This is just a quick post to let you know I have a review posted exclusively on My Beautie of the Pixi Natural Brow Duo in Medium Brown. 

To view the post, click here.

Hope you all have a lovely Sunday!

Beauty Bird xx 


Thursday, 4 April 2013

Beauty Wishlist #4


Today is my birthday, eek! I am now the grand old age of 26, which feels scarily close to 30! I have the day off work and am going out for lunch with some family today, so can't wait. I've asked mostly for money this year, as, well, I don't have any! I'm thinking though that I will have to treat myself and spend some of it, so here's what I currently have my eye on.

Top row

Naked Basics Palette - £20.00
I have had my eye on this for ages! I wasn't too fussed about it when it was first released but then after reading lots of blog posts and watching YouTube videos about it, I realised that this is one palette I have to have in my life! This will be perfect to use for a natural daytime look; I absolutely love neutral eyeshadows.

Revlon Lip Butter in Pink Lemonade - £7.99
Pink Lemonade is a new limited edition shade out for the summer and is a lovely sheer, baby pink (I couldn't find a picture of it so the one above is actually Cotton Candy I think). I already have a few lip butters and this one looks like the perfect Spring/Summer colour to wear in the day when the sun is shining!

Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask - £21.50
The Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask is described as "a deeply moisturising, cleansing and anti-oxidising treatment". I haven't got any hydrating face masks and this one stands out to me because it contains natural ingredients, including manuka honey (a natural antiseptic) so should be good for spots and blemishes too.

Bottom row

Models Own Fruit Pastel Collection - £20.00  
Oh my how pretty are these pastel shades? My nails NEED them for Spring/Summer. Plus they are scented too! Very retro.

MAC Lipstick - £14.00
Where do I start with MAC lipsticks... I want so many of their shades! I already own Hue and Plumful, which are both gorgeous. At the moment I have my eye on Creme Cup, Creme d'Nude, Patisserie, Lovelorn, Viva Glam V, Please Me and I'm sure more that I have forgotten! As you can tell I love nude and pink shades.

Real Techniques Stippling Brush - £11.99
The stippling brush just has to be added to my Real Techniques collection, I adore their brushes. I use the buffing brush to apply foundation and I'm thinking of using the stippling brush to apply highlighter, a product I have only recently got into using.

What's on your beauty wishlist at the moment?

Beauty Bird xx  


Tuesday, 2 April 2013

March Empties

Hey lovelies! Hope you all enjoyed the long Easter weekend? It went far too quickly in my opinion! Here's a round up of the products I managed to finish in March.

Aussie Lusciously Light 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor 250ml - £4.99
I love this deep conditioner for damaged hair. I'm not sure if the "Lusciously Light" range exists anymore (it's not on either the Boots or Superdrug websites), but this is still available as a standard version. I liked this as it didn't feel heavy yet made my hair feel super soft and silky. Plus it has that gorgeous, classic Aussie scent!
Re-purchase? I'd like to try the non-light version, but I'd also be interested to receive some recommendations for intensive conditioners? All I've ever tried is L'Oreal and Aussie!

Kleenex Shine Absorbing Sheets (Pack of 50) - £2.99
I actually bought these for 99p when they were on offer in Superdrug, bargain! This product has featured in my empties posts quite a few times now because it's a handbag staple of mine. I heard they were being discontinued, but I hope this isn't true because I use these daily to blot away excess oil and stop my face looking so shiny! Full review here.
Re-purchase? No need - I have a stockpile from when they were 99p!

Lush Ro's Argan Body Conditioner Sample - FREE
I quite liked this - you use it like a hair conditioner; apply it to wet skin and then rinse off before getting out of the shower. The formula was pink and thick, with a slight rose scent. It was really moisturising, but I personally prefer King of Skin Body Butter, which works in the same way.
Purchase full size? Unfortunately I don't love this enough to buy it full size.

Betty Bouche Lip Scrubs in Honey Hot Lips and Strawberry Sauce by Betty Buff - £2.99 each
There was some left in both of these, but due to some serious lip neglect on my part, they have both gone past their best before dates before I could use them up properly. I did enjoy using them though; the flavours were lovely and they made my lips plump and soft. When using them regularly with a lip balm afterwards, I hardly experienced any dryness. Full review here.
Re-purchase? According to Twitter, Betty Buff has ceased trading and the website no longer exists. It does look like they are still selling lip scrubs on Etsy. But I've decided I'm going to try my hand at beauty DIY and make my own lip scrub, so the answer is no.
The Body Shop Coconut Body Scrub 50ml - worth £3.13 
This mini size body scrub is only available as part of The Body Shop's coconut themed gift set, but a 200ml size is sold separately for £12.50. The creamy formula of this was really nice and the exfoliating beads were pretty concentrated, but I wasn't keen on the scent. I normally like coconut scents, but this was too much "nut" and not enough "coco"!
Purchase full size? No, due to the scent. 
Girlz Only Dry Shampoo Blonde 150ml - £2.00
I'm a big fan of Girlz Only Dry Shampoo despite the 90s girlband-esque name! I personally think their dry shampoo is just as good as Batiste. I normally buy one of their standard scented versions, which are 50p less (review here), but I thought I'd try their one specifically for blonde hair. To be honest though I didn't notice a lot of difference!
Re-purchase? I may give this another go as I've recently had my hair coloured a bit lighter. 

What products have you used up in March?

Beauty Bird xx

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