Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Prep Your Pins For Summer!

It's nearly time to jet off on your summer holidays and reveal those lily-white pins in your gorgeous new Victoria Secret bikini. However, if you're like me and want to prepare your legs for the shock that will be sunlight, I've created a couple of easy steps on how to do so. We start off with a good body scrub to get rid of all the dead skin lingering on the surface. Following this up with a smooth shave and some gorgeous, moisturising shower gel will help to prep your legs for some heavenly moisturising after-treatments.

So, let's get started!

The first stage of project goddess-legs starts in the shower. Here is what I'm using in my shower at the moment to prepare for the summer months:

First I start off with my Etat Pur Exfoliating Shower Body Cream*(£9.20). This looks like brown sugar and golden sand. You squeeze a 5p sized amount onto your hand and start massaging all over your legs in circular motions. It does start to create a thin white cream the more you massage. It feels really gorgeous and smells lovely. This will help to remove all the dead skin cells and make your legs really soft and smooth. I always exfoliate before I shave my legs because if I do it afterwards my legs get really sore, as the shaving has already 'irritated' my legs.

So naturally, the next stage for me would be to go on and shave. I am using some disposable Venus razors at the moment but you can use whatever suits you best. This stage is pretty self explanatory. What I would say is don't forget to do the area around your knee, both front and back. Skipping areas is not a good look!

Finally, I will squirt a little bit of my Rituals Yogi Flow Rose and Sweet Almond Oil Shower Gel (£7) onto the exfoliating side of my white sponge. This creates a gorgeous lather and you really only need a tiny bit of product because it goes a really long way. I like to do this after shaving just give my legs a little bit of a polish. I find that the sponge creates a much more gentle exfoliation so I can get away with doing this after the first two steps. If you prefer not to exfoliate again then you can turn the sponge over and use the softer side. So I scruba-dub-dub my self nice and clean with this heavenly shower gel.

I'm then ready to get out of the shower, pat my legs dry and pick my moisturisers!

At the moment I have been favouring these two little babies.

Birchbox's B Attitude Body Souffle (£24) is a great middle-man between a lotion and a butter. It's a creamy yellow colour which feels light and whipped. It requires more effort to massage in than a lotion as it almost becomes a thin butter once applied to the skin. The results after application are amazing. Using the methods above and adding this Souffle to finish have left my legs feeling baby soft!

St Tropez Gradual Tan Firming Plus (£20.49) is my favourite way to tan at the moment. I always go for lotions as I find that they are easier to apply for a streak-free finish. I also love that this product has firming properties which actually work. I definitely notice a difference after using this lotion. Another plus point is that it doesn't take too long to actually build up a tan. I have very fair skin so I notice colour after 2-3 applications of this which is great.

I would normally choose one or the other when it comes to moisturising my legs post-shower. The St Tropez already includes moisturising properties so you don't have to moisturise seperately beforehand.

At the moment I have been alternating between the two. However, when my holiday is nearing I will definitely switch up my routine to use the St Tropez more often.

I hope that this quick guide helped you and if you have any methods or products you use to prep your pins for summer, please leave them in the comments below!

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Birchbox Review - Doctor Duve Anti-Aging & Firming Eye Cream

I've been really interested in investigating new eye creams recently. I have a few naturally fine lines around my eyes like probably every human being does. However I thought it would be nice to add an anti-aging property into my skincare regime to prevent any further wrinkles from appearing. The fact of the matter is, I'm only 22 and therefore I probably won't see to much of a benefit from the anti-wrinkle properties yet. But I can tell you straight off the bat that I definitely did see a dramatic improvement in my skin texture from using this cream.

The Doctor Duve Anti-Aging and Firming Eye Cream is a thin consistency, which you should dab under your eyes with a ring finger until it is fully absorbed. I can tell you from personal experience that this can take an absolute age! I swear with my usual Simple Eye Cream it takes me seconds to pat it in and I'm on my way. But with this stuff, I can be there for a good minute or two!

Since I received this sample in my Birchbox, it came as a sachet which some of you will probably know I don't like at the best of times. I just find them a real pain when it comes to repeatedly going back for more product and it's all dried up where you've made the hole.. etc. Anyways, I thought I would be able to get away with it when it came to eye cream. How wrong was I? I ended up getting a couple of weeks worth of product out of this sachet and that meant reaching for it twice a day. It was almost impossible to get the right amount of product out. I either got too much or too little. When the full size product is £115, you'd expect that they can afford to give you samples in a pot rather than in these annoying little sachets! Rant over.

After using up the first packet, I went back to using my Simple Eye Cream and this is when I realised how much of a difference the Doctor Duve Cream had made. My under-eyes were so much smoother and more hydrated. I feel that this was probably due to the Hyaluronic Acid in the cream which helps to retain moisture in the skin. The Simple Eye Cream just could not compare to the Doctor Duve product whatsoever. Having said this, would I go and purchase some eye cream for £115? Probably not - no matter how good it was. I can't justify spending that amount of money on a product at the moment. Maybe as a huge treat when I'm earning millions, but not just yet. Haha.

Did you get this eye cream in your Birchbox or have you tried any other Doctor Duve products before? Let me know in the comments below.

Monday, 27 May 2013

Oxy Clearlight

If you've been reading my blog for a while now, you'll know that I like to feature products which help with oily/combination/acne-prone skin. I used to have bad acne when I was in my teens but it has calmed down somewhat since then. I now only get the hormonal cystic spots generally through that time of the month.

I have tried every lotion and potion in the book it seems and nothing seems to work quite right for me. It seems to look brilliant to start with and then my skin almost gets use to the product. It stops working and Helena becomes sad again.

One thing I have never tried is Blue Light Therapy... Until now!

Oxy Clearlight* claims to use the power of Blue Light Therapy to penetrate the skin and attack the spot-causing bacteria. This was one of the huge selling points for me as I felt like I would not be dealing with the issue from the inside out and not plonking another gel onto an ugly lump.

Surely this is harmful to your skin, right? Well actually, this light is completely harmless. It isn't hot or uncomfortable, nor does it make your skin dry or start peeling like some spot treatments may do. Sounds amazing doesn't it?

Here's the little system. The aim of the game is to place the nozzle over the spot you wish to target and then press the grey button. The unit will beep at you to tell you the light has been activated and the grey button will start flashing a green light. You are then ready to rumble. Sit tight whilst it works it's magic. The unit will beep again after 3 minutes when your treatment is up and then it will automatically switch off. It's that easy!

You then need to wipe down the nozzle with some anti-bacterial to prevent any transfer when you use the system again.

I've been using this unit religiously for just under a fortnight now and I can definitely tell a difference in my skin. I simply whack this out as soon as I feel a spot coming up and it will soothe it instantly and often prevent it from coming to the surface.

If the spot has already risen it's ugly head, Oxy Clearlight can still do it's magic. What I do find is that this is no quick fix. It can be a slow process to get rid of a spot using just this. I try to combine the power of Oxy Clearlight with my Simple Zinc Spot Zapper and Skinetica which definitely helps to combat the spot quicker. But if it's at all possible, definitely get this baby on the spot before it's reared it's unwelcome head.

Another thing to note about this is the length of time it takes to use it. 3 minutes per spot!! That's a really long time if you have multiple areas you wish to treat. It can be a real pain waiting for this unit to do it's magic but I do feel that it's worth it on those really stubborn cystic spots.

At £40, it's quite a pricey object. I would definitely recommend it to people that have some money to spend and are looking for a preventative treatment - especially if you suffer from cystic acne as I know how terrible that can be. If you have severe acne I really don't feel like this unit will do much for you. As I explained earlier, it's not a quick fix and it can take a while to get rid of whiteheads.

If you feel like you've tried everything and are at your wits end, I would definitely give Blue Light Therapy a go and see how well it works for you. If you've used this method before, please let me know how you got on in the comments below.

Update: The battery that came with the device only lasted 12 days!!!

Sunday, 26 May 2013

Birchbox Review - Make Believe Enhance Sunbeam Bronzer and Brush

I've been loving this bronzer from my May Birchbox.

I find it really hard to match bronzers with my skin tone as I am so fair to start off with. Most look orange, muddy or generally apply too dark and end up looking like i've drawn a line across my face. That was why I was completely bowled over by my Sleek Contour Kit. It contained the first bronzer I had ever come across that flattered my skin and sculpted it naturally. I've sworn by this ever since and only now have I found another product that I feel can really compete with it.

The Makebelieve Enhance Sunbeam Bronzer is a really gorgeous matte bronzer. It comes with a the softest Kabuki ever and a smooth light brown pan of product.

One downfall is how bulky the packaging is. It's at least an inch thick to accommodate the lovely, but slight after-thought, Kabuki and large pan of product which makes it not exactly the most travel friendly piece. I was hoping that you would be able to buy a small compact of the bronzer on it's own but after further research I have realised it is only ever sold with the brush.

Pushing this to one side, the design of the packaging is stunning and looks really luxurious. I've not tried any other Makebelieve products before (although I own their tanning mousse), but so far I'm getting extremely good vibes from the brand.

(Swatch of cheek with Sunbeam Bronzer and Mac Well Dressed Blush)

The bronzer is milled to the finest powder which makes it incredibly easy to blend flawlessly into the skin. It works brilliantly as an over all bronzer or a sculpting powder, which is amazing as it covers all your needs. The brush is beautifully soft and works extremely well with the product. Normally you might find yourself chucking away the inclusive brush but this is definitely a keeper.

Unfortunately it can get bit messy as the powder is extremely fine. I find that if I do anything more than dab my brush into the bronzer, I create a huge cloud of powdery mess. The product ends up all over the beautiful black box and generally looks untidy. However this is hardly a factor which would stop me from purchasing this product again.

I have used it every day since I received it and have completely fallen in love with the beautiful, healthy tan it gives my skin. For around £15 (including the brush every time), it's a brilliant piece to add to your collection and is worth while checking out if you're a general paleface like me and wish to warm up your complexion as we near summer. 

Saturday, 25 May 2013

Money Supermarket's Inspect-a-Gadget - Philips ESee CAM295BL HD Camcorder

As you may know, I have recently started up a Youtube channel and I know that many of you guys record videos too (including vlogs on holidays). However not everyone, including myself, can afford expensive gadgets. Imagine my surprise then, when I was offered the opportunity to try out the one below for free.

It's a full 1080p HD pocket camcorder* which I thought would be ideal for my blog videos and a possible recommendation for those of you looking for a way to capture those memorable holiday moments!

Now I can be a little bit of a technophobe, but this camera has to be the simplest thing to use ever. The start up wizard is a doddle - you enter the date, time and away you go! It has no cables so you have nothing to forget when you want to charge the unit or upload your videos. It is a camera and recorder in one and you could even edit and share your videos on this one device if you wanted to!

Now this all sounds wonderful doesn't it? But I wanted to give this camera a thorough once over to let you know if I really thought it was worth investing in. There were some pros and cons to the camcorder, as you would expect. I've broken them down below:

No wires
Perfect autofocus
Auto white balance
Easy start up wizard
Records in HD
Has smile detection
Screen turns both ways (so you can be behind or in front of the camera and still see yourself)
3 Inch touch screen
Editing and uploading** can be done on the camcorder
It's small, slim and and extremely light weight
You can choose different effects on the camera (eg, black and white, sepia)
If you plug it into a Mac, it uploads videos in seconds (I don't know how it performs on a windows machine)

You need to support the camera when you're charging/uploading via the usb connection
Charging can take up to 5 and a half hours
You can only charge it through your laptop unless you purchase a usb to mains adaptor
It does not come with a memory card or a case
You can not switch off autofocus
The autofocus can make the background wobble when filming
**You can only trim your videos on the camcorder  - unless you have a PC where you can download software to the camcorder which allows you to edit and upload videos straight to the web straight from the device.
You need to buy a HDMI cable to view videos on your TV
You have to hold the camera quite far down if you plan to use the flash or you will cover it
If you want to film videos instead of holding it and vlogging, it can be quite a pain to get it to stand up on its own
Touch screen can be a bit slow or difficult for those with bigger fingers

As you can see, it has equal pros and cons. Personally I feel that if you're looking for a more affordable starter camcorder, it's a great way to get yourself going. It does the trick and the quality is great. You don't have to spend the earth to create some lovely quality videos and pictures, so no one should feel pressured into paying the earth. I'm very happy with my little camcorder and it will definitely be making the trip on holiday with me. I've already filmed a video with this camcorder for my Youtube channel so if you would like to check that out, you can click here.

Friday, 24 May 2013

Mini Beauty Haul - Lush, Boots and more!

I've gone from not doing a haul in months and months, to doing two in a couple of weeks. I guess I just got my spend on with the great new releases and tempting reviews/videos!

Let me know if you bought anything awesome recently in the comments below!

Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Model's Own Artstix

Everyone knows about the new nail art range by Revlon. They have been selling like hotcakes in some places and it can be near-on impossible to get your hands on a few of the shades. However, when I was looking for the Revlon version with my friend, I spotted that Model's Own were doing a similar thing too.

I personally hadn't heard much about these but I was very intrigued to try them out. I've heard great things about Model's Own Polishes in the past, and have been wanting the 5 scented pastel shades since they caught my eye across a crowded shop a few week's ago.

The Artstix* are my first ever experience of a Model's Own polish and I can't say that I was actually too thrilled with them. I liked the Jade version above the least. The mint colour was an extremely weird consistency and always applied streaky. Then the next coat never really cover it up properly and the polish just ended up looking gloopy. When I added the Snowflake top coat things just got worse. This polish was stringy and gloopy too. I just felt that I ended up with such a mess on my nails and I didn't even like the effect that much either.

I didn't know if I just got a dodgy one so I decided to give the pink version a go too.

This one I liked a lot more although it still isn't exactly to my taste. The Pastel Pink polish was still extremely streaky but I liked the shade on my skin a lot more than the Jade Stone one. I applied three coats of this, making sure the polish was fully dry before applying another coat or it would just clump up.

I then applied a few coats of the Hot Stuff top coat. I liked all the different colours in this polish and that it was better coverage than the Snowflake version above. However I felt like the achieved look was a little bit childish. I felt like I was going to a school disco or a barbie themed party.

This is no reflection on the polish. It just wasn't my cup of tea. However if I was going to recommend one it would definitely be the pink version as it applied a lot more easily.

Has anyone else experienced anything similar with their Artstix or any other Model's Own polish? I haven't tried any of the other ones, but as I say I have heard great things so it would be interesting for me to know.

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

W7 Showstopper Mascara

Today I wanted to share a mascara with you, which I received in a goody bag. After attending Aqua Pr's A/W launch last month, I was given a couple of products to test out, one of which I featured in yesterday's post. However today I wanted to share with you one of their new mascaras in ShowStopper (£4.95)*. It is described as the ultimate mascara for show-stopping eyes.

I actually like the packaging because it's bright and I don't have any other mascara's which stand out in my makeup bag like this one does. It's shaped a lot like the Max Factor or Covergirl products which is another feature I like. It's quite chunky which means the handle is easy to grip and get my control over.

I've never seen a wand like this and I just can't figure out why. The way that it tapers towards the end makes it absolutely perfect for reaching the shorter lashes in the inner corners. All I need to do is give the wand a little wiggle and I get perfect coverage on every lash.

This is another mascara which I feel looks quite natural on the lashes. I thought it was very similar to the Seventeen Doll'd up Mascara which is why I tried to layer them. Unfortunately this didn't work so well and I ended up with clumps. However if I had to choose between the two, I think that Showstopper would be my favourite and I'm more than happy to wear this on it's own.

It does give a little bit of volume but I wouldn't go as far to say it lives up to it's name. On the other hand, it doesn't smudge or flake which is great! It's quite a nice, casual looking product but I tend to enjoy lashes with a bit more body to them. Therefore I don't think I would personally repurchase this product but I can see why many people would. I would definitely recommend it to someone who wants to look very natural with a little something extra.

Have you tried this mascara? What do you think about it? And which mascara has you're favourite wand? I'm loving this one and wish that I could move it to other mascaras I like!

Monday, 20 May 2013

#1 - I wouldn't recommend...

Today I wanted to share with you a few products which didn't live up to my expectations. However, I don't have enough to say on them to make each review seperate. Therefore I thought I would start up a new series called 'I wouldn't recommend...' where I can pop up a bunch of mini reviews of products I wasn't fussed about. So without further ado, I shall get on with it!


The first product I want to talk about is this W7 Bronzer* which I received at a press event. I was absolutely all over this at the time. I picked it up, swatched it on my hand and it seemed amazing. It's a matte bronzer which is perfect for my oily skin. It didn't seem too orange or too muddy so overall I was impressed and was lucky enough to receive one in my goody bag.

I wasn't overly enthralled by the design of the packaging, but that wouldn't stop me using a product if I really loved it - which I did.

I swatched it in my Youtube video (hello finger prints) and I still liked it. However when I started to apply this on my face with my contour brush, things seemed to change. The powder seemed really crumbly. I don't mean that it broke into pieces, but there seemed to be a lot of fall out everywhere. When I applied it to my face it seemed extremely orange and harsh against my very fair skin tone, regardless of how much I tried to blend it out. I think because the skin on my face is a different colour to my hands, I ended up realising I was too fair skinned for this particular product. Either way, I ended up being cover in the powder just by running my brush along the top. In the end I decided I had much better bronzers in my collection and wasn't bothered about using this one again.

The next product we have is the Laura Geller Gel Liner which I received in my Birchbox a little while back. I was so excited to try this because I figured a purple liner would really make my blue eyes pop. I have been excited to try Laura Geller products in general since I did a review of the Bronze and Brighten compact. In that review I spoke about Laura Geller products being hard to get hold of and the next thing you know, everyones receiving them in their Birchbox!

I think the packaging design is really cute. I love the hidden brush in the lid which is really soft and pretty good quality. It's easy and compact to carry about with you without any mess.


However the liner just wasn't as pigmented as I hoped it would be. It takes a while of layering up the product to create a bold colour, and even then it falls a bit flat to me. I was expecting something more shimmery or vibrant - just something different. However it ended up being a mucky purple colour which I didn't enjoy too much. As you would expect from a gel liner, it stayed in place well. So maybe if I tried a different colour my thoughts would be different, but it would have to be more opaque next time. The brush also seemed like an awkward shape for trying to get a nice thin line. Over all I just found this product to be not what I expected and wouldn't be fussed about buying it again.

Finally we come to another product which I received in my Birchbox a few months back. After becoming quite a fan of the Vichy Normaderm 3 in 1 Cleanser, Scrub and Mask, I had high hopes for liking other Vichy products and therefore couldn't wait to try this. I believe that this is just for freshening up your face throughout the day, but it can be used before makeup as a toner etc. 

After watching Pixiwoo's Body Talk video with Caroline Hirons, I felt a bit skeptical about using this. She says not to use spray-on water because it will dry and dehydrate the skin further. Either way, I figured that I had this already and may as well give it a try regardless. With this product I didn't find that it dehydrated my face but what I did find is that it left a film of grease behind. I literally felt like I had sprayed oil on my skin and it didn't feel very comfortable in the slightest. Maybe I sprayed it too close to my face, or maybe I sprayed too much. However I don't feel like this could be possible and haven't felt the urge to try this product again since.

And that is the end of my mini reviews :) I hope that you found this helpful, and if you have tried any of the products above, please let me know your thoughts in the comments below. It's always nice to get your perspectives and see how you make the product work well for you.

Sunday, 19 May 2013

Birchbox Review - OPI Mini Nail Lacquer in Russian Navy

How beautiful is this OPI Nail Lacquer which I received in my Birchbox a few days ago?! I am completely mesmerised by it. I can't figure out how it looks so purple in the bottle and so blue on the nails. I almost considered the fact that they'd put the wrong nail polish in a purple coloured bottle. Completely flummoxed!

Regardless, it a really pretty navy with some purple shimmer undertones too it. The first coat you apply is a translucent light navy colour. After you've applied the second coat, it looks more like what is represented in the bottle. I couldn't quite believe the transformation.

As per usual, the polish is super glossy and an absolute joy to apply. I really can't praise it enough. I know that there were some variations between boxes and other bloggers received a red polish. Personally I am overjoyed that I got this shade as it is something completely new to add to my collection. Plus it's a handy travel size for doing touch-ups (if necessary) on the go!

Saturday, 18 May 2013

Limited Edition: Liberty and Marc by Marc Jacobs Collaboration!

How excited am I about this post? Super duper excited would probably be the answer to that! I can't even begin to tell you how thrilled I am about this collaboration with Liberty and Marc by Marc Jacobs. This is like the perfect couple coming together to create 5 amazingly perfect, pretty nylon accessory babies!
I want them all. I want them now!

The adorable, floral collection consists of a cosmetics case, mini makeup bag, padded tablet case, knapsack and tote bag. Above is the mini makeup bag and down below we can see the cutest knapsack in all it's glory!

Liberty have over 40,000 different floral prints but narrowed it down to just two for this incredible collection. Personally I feel that they have got it absolutely spot on with their choices. 

There are very few times in my life when I look at something that isn't clothing or makeup related and fall completely head-over-heels-I-must-have-everything in love with it. However this collection has got me in raptures. I immediately wanted to know when I could get my hands on everything and how happy my purse would feel about it.

I was extremely grateful to hear that my torturous wait would be cut short as this limited edition collection will launch later this month and run for two months in store and online. It will then move to Paris where it will be sold at the Galeries Lafayette.

Unfortunately the prices haven't been decided yet but I bet everything is going to cost a pretty penny or two.

I think I might, just might, have to splurge on something though to full-fill my inner magpie.

What do you think about this collaboration? Let me know in the comments below.

Friday, 17 May 2013

May Birchbox!

Hey all! I'm back with my May Birchbox - probably the best box so far! If you want to see what I got then check out my video below. Plus, let me know if you prefer videos or blog posts of Birchboxes in the comments below, so I know what to do in future :)

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Wednesday, 15 May 2013

OOTD - 15/5/13 Ft. Henryka Jewellery (Giveaway)

Today I wanted to share with you a lovely new jewellery company called Henryka. A representative got in touch with me and asked if I would be interested in styling a piece and writing a review. I then went to check out their website and was completely stunned by the quality of the products. Most items are sterling silver and have various different stones in them which I find completely adorable.

I was sent a discount code to use on the website so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity for me to treat my readers too. I picked up a lovely little silver chain* for myself because I love really simply, understated pieces. It called to me as soon as I discovered it, although I thought it was going to be slightly longer than it is. I ordered 16inch which is what I believed my Tiffany necklace to be so that I could layer them both, but it has come up considerably shorter. I don't mind this though. I feel that it just makes the piece slightly more dressy. 

I styled it with my new Mango jumper that I mentioned in my haul not long ago. I think it fits perfectly with this and is a great example of how to dress the necklace down for a casual day.

Mango Jumper - £34.99
Hollister Jeggings - £50
Timeless Chelsea Platform Boots - Christmas Present

Silver Snow Chain* - £9
Pandora Bracelet
Michael Kors Watch
Links of London XS Sweetie Bracelet

I also picked up a lovely little pair of butterfly earrings with cherry amber stones in them. I couldn't be more thrilled with how beautiful they look, which makes me even more excited about giving them away to one of you. 

The giveaway is open to UK residents only. If you are under 18, please ask a parents permission before entering this giveaway and I will need to ask for your address to send you your prize. The giveaway is open for just under a week so get entering! 

Please bare in mind that anyone who has created an account just for entering giveaways such as this will have their entries removed before the winner is picked.

Good luck and I'll speak to you all tomorrow :)

Meanwhile, check out Henryka on twitter :) @HenrykaAmber

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Lee Stafford Argan Oil Miracle Shine Spray

I must admit I have ever so slightly been putting off writing this review. I find it really hard to make my mind up with this product as there are some qualities which I love and some which disappoint me a little bit. It breaks my heart because I really want to love this product but I just don't feel that it actually does what it says on the tin. For that reason I probably won't be repurchasing it.

The Lee Stafford Argan Oil Miracle Shine Spray is a lightweight, silicone free mist that claims to smooth and shine your hair. The packaging is really attractive and completely stands out from all the other Lee Stafford products which are just a straight hot pink. The mist nozzle helps prevent a greasy, slippery mess which is a huge bonus for people who can sometimes have a heavy hand.

I've been using this product for a while now and whilst I do think that it makes my hair smooth, I really don't believe it creates much of a shine at all. I know this may sound hard to believe because it does contain oils which you would associate with healthy, shiny hair. But honestly, I just haven't seen any results myself.

The spray itself smells absolutely fantastic. I always love the scent which is left in my hair after i've applied this. If I catch a whiff of it as the wind changes, it reminds me how much I really enjoy using it. My locks always feels luxuriously soft and smooth once this is applied which is another reason why I find it so hard not to love this product. But ultimately it is meant to be a shine spray and I just don't see it myself.

At £9.99 for 200ml it's not really breaking the bank. However if I am going to be spending any money at all, I obviously want it to work. I tested the Lee Stafford Poker Straight Shine Serum earlier this year and it worked a dream. Therefore I would suggest that anyone who wants some serious glossy locks heads for that product instead.
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