Sunday, 28 August 2016

GOSH Autumn/Winter 2016


GOSH Copenhagen Autumn/Winter 2016 Makeup Collection

Every time that I mention GOSH on here, I have to stress, again and again, that they are one of the most underated, innovative and exciting beauty brands on the High Street and their latest collection confirms just that. 

Following on from their Spring/Summer collection, which I reviewed earlier in the year, their Autumn/Winter collection* has some real gems; 

GOSH Overnight Primer Oil

First up we have the Overnight Primer Oil Essence. As far as I'm aware (please correct me if I'm wrong), there isn't anything quite like this in the drugstore at the moment, especially at this kind of price point. When I first saw it, it immediately reminded me of the Smashbox Photo Finish Primer Oil but what makes GOSH's stand out from the crowd is the fact that it's an overnight primer. This means that while you're sleeping it actually preps your skin for the morning, meaning you'll wake up with skin that feels nourished and glowing, which is quite the game changer when it comes to an item of what is essentially, makeup come skincare.

GOSH Foundation + Cover + Conceal

Next up we have the Foundation Plus + Cover + Conceal. This is essentially a concealer and foundation in one, which also includes an SPF of 15. It's definitely long-lasting and it leaves the skin with a velvety soft finish, which I'm a fan of. 

GOSH Foundation Swatch Review

It also comes in a nice range of shades but sadly the lightest shade (002 Ivory), is still just that bit too dark for me. Hopefully GOSH will extend the range to include a 001 shade.

My only issue with this product (apart from it being too dark for me) is the bottle itself. You have to give it a good squeeze for any of the product to actually come out and as a result, I feel like I'm almost running out of it even though I've only used it a couple of times. I'm not sure if the bottle is too big for the product or if the consistency is too thick to be easily dispensed in this way but that's something worth keeping in mind if you happen to pick it up at Superdrug.

GOSH Giant Pro Liner

I'm a big fan of eyeliner so I was really excited to see a giant marker-style liner in this latest collection. The nib allows you to be really precise with this and it definitely doesn't budge either. 

GOSH Lash Sculpting Fibre Mascara

GOSH's latest mascara is another game changer for me. It contains fibres which attach and adhere to your lashes to give them that false lash look without any of the fuss or hassle. I hope you can see the fibres that I'm talking about on the mascara wand itself.

I've never seen my lashes look longer or fuller before. 

GOSH Brow Sculpting Fibre Gel

As someone who's only recently started paying attention to their brows, all thanks to Benefit's new brow collection, I was certainly happy to see this Brow Sculpting Fibre Gel. This adds colour to your brows, whilst simultaneously keeping them in place. It also works to fill in brows and build back volume in sparse areas too. I love the shape of the brush and the fact that you can get really precise with it.

GOSH Contour'N Strobe Kit

And last but not least we have the Contour'N Strobe Kit. This palette contains two contour shades, a blusher and a highlighter, all of which are incredibly pigmented and easy to blend. This is definitely the kind of kit to pick up if you want everything in one place and in one handy palette. The consistency is lovely and creamy on the skin and it's also available in two shades, this one (Light) and Medium.

In addition to the products mentioned in today's post, GOSH have also added new shades to their range of velvet touch lipsticks but I will be mentioning these in another post at a later date.

What do you think of GOSH's new releases? Have you tried anything from GOSH before? If so, what did you think of it? And are you looking forward to the Autumn/Winter months, especially when it comes to makeup?

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Thursday, 25 August 2016

August Favourites


August Favourites Blog YouTube 2016

I'm back with another monthly favourites blog post/video. Here are the ten things I've been loving this month;



What have you been loving this month? Have you tried any of the products in today's post/video? If so, what do you think of them? Have you seen any of the Rocky movies? If so, what did you think of them?
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Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Quick, Easy & Natural Fake Tanning Options


Natural Fake Tan Quick And Easy Tanning Options

Even though it's still technically Summer, it's not exactly the kind of weather, here in the UK anyway, where you'd expect to get a tan. I mean, I'm one of those people who doesn't tan at all, regardless of the weather, as well. This will be all too apparent in my Floridian blog posts in a couple of months time. But back to the British weather. Unless you're heading off somewhere sunny soon, fake tanning is kind of the only option, so I've been putting a couple to the test and these are the ones that have impressed me the most;

Madame La La West Coast Face Bronzing Serum* - The whole notion of fake tanning my face normally fills me with fear. Surely I can't be the only one who worries that it will turn out orange/too dark or cling to every dry patch of skin? Unlike other areas of your body, if you've messed up, it's pretty hard to hide. I had heard great things about this particular product so I was happy to put it to the test when I was sent out this bottle.

First of all, this actually hydrates the skin; a big bonus, especially for someone with rather dry and dehydrated skin, like myself. It's also buildable. If you're pale like me, you can just apply a tiny amount for a lovely subtle glow but if you're looking for something darker you can build it up until you're suitably bronzed. This really does take away any fears about fake tanning the face. It's also currently down from £26 to £12 on Urban Outfitters right now, which is definitely a saving worth taking advantage of as it's still full price elsewhere.

NKD SKN Pre-Shower Tan* - When St Tropez first released their in shower tanning lotion I wasn't sure whether or not to give it a try, especially as I'd heard mixed reviews. This pre-shower offering from NKD SKN works exactly as you'd imagine it to. You apply it ten minutes before getting into the shower and start to see the results about 2-8 hours after application.

What I really love about this is the fact that it's natural looking and there's no traditional 'fake tan' smell either. This might be a bit too natural if you're looking for a particularly deep tan but for someone as pale as me, this is absolutely ideal. You could certainly build up the colour though.

Skinny Tan Gradual Tanner - It's not often that a fake tan brand jumps out at me when I'm out shopping but something about this gradual tanner's packaging immediately caught my attention. I tried many gradual tans in my teens, all of which made me look a bit orange for some reason (ah high school!) This again, like the other tans mentioned so far, looks lovely and natural. It also sunk into the skin quickly, meaning you don't end up feeling sticky or slimy and it developed overnight for me, as I applied this just before bed.

I'm not sure how 'skinnier' this made me, even though you do always look slimmer and healthier with a glow but I'd definitely recommend checking this out the next time you're at Superdrug.

Solait Wear Off 60 Minute Express Tan - Speaking of Superdrug, I took advantage of a little Solait deal that they had on and picked up this 60 Minute Express Tan, on the basis of blog research, of course. This, like the whole Superdrug Solait range, is crazy affordable. It's also streak-free.

Unlike the other tans that I've mentioned in today's post, this does smell a little bit biscuit-y. If you know what I mean? But it's not the worst. If you're looking for a reasonably priced fake tan to use or need a quick fix before a big night out, I'd definitely opt for this one.

Are you a fan of fake tan? If so, which is your favourite? And what do you look for when it comes to fake tan?

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Sunday, 21 August 2016

La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo (+) Unifiant


La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo Plus Unifiant

If you've been reading Ellis Tuesday for a while now, you might remember my review of the La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo [+]. Even years later, the Effaclar Duo [+] still takes pride of place in my bathroom cabinet. It's one of those fail-safe products for me. And La Roche-Posay have taken this holy-grail product to the next level with their latest release; the Effaclar Duo (+) Unifiant*.

La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo + Unifiant Swatches Beauty Blog

This new release combines all the benefits and award winning ingredients of the original Effaclar Duo [+] but with the added bonus of sheer coverage. Surely I can't be the only one who struggles to conceal spots and blemishes? Even when I use my trusty concealers, sometimes the product just clings to the imperfection, making it look even worse. Who else has done the same only to end up with what looks like a crusty mess on top of a spot or blemish? This really is light in texture and it's one of those products that you genuinely forget that you're even wearing. 

I was a little concerned that the lightest shade would still be too dark for me, a bit like the Rosaliac CC Cream was but my worries were unfounded. This gives such a lovely sheer coverage, one that blends in incredibly well, that also doesn't cling to any imperfections either. Redness is minimised and my skin looks and feels a whole lot healthier and smoother, than normal, when I'm wearing this.

La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo + Unifiant Swatches Light

It does go on slightly dewy but this then dries down to a semi-matte finish, one that I am happy to wear on it's own.

La Roche-Posay have hit it out of the park yet again!

What do you think of the Unifiant? Does it sound like something you would get a lot of use out of? Have you tried the original Effaclar Duo [+]? And are you as big a fan of La Roche-Posay, as I so clearly am?

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Friday, 19 August 2016

Monthly Giveaway: A Colourful NYX Bundle



As you will have seen, if you follow me on Twitter, the winner of my Soap & Glory Dive In Set has been announced and the lucky winner is; Maggie. Her prize should be whizzing it's way to her as we speak. As you will also have seen, if you follow me on Twitter or caught the video below just before this blog post went live, is the fact that I have my next monthly giveaway live on my YouTube channel.

This month I'm giving away a colourful bundle of NYX products.


For all the details and rules be sure to head over to my channel and best of luck if you do enter.

What do you think of the idea of monthly giveaways? Will you be entering? And what other kinds of giveaways would you like to see over on my YouTube channel?


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Tuesday, 16 August 2016

The Wella Oil Reflections Range


Wella Oil Reflections

A couple of years ago if you'd told me that I'd be willingly adding oil to my hair I wouldn't have believed you. In my teens my hair used to get oily/greasy in a matter of hours but in recent years my hair is almost more dry/frizzy than anything else. 

In the past month or so, I've been putting a new haircare regime to the test, so let's see how I got on with the Wella Oil Reflections range;

Wella Oil Reflections Shampoo Conditioner

For some reason, when it comes to my hair, I tend to play it pretty safe when it comes to the products that I use on it. I rarely gravitate away from the likes of L'Oreal and Tresemme, especially when it comes to shampoos and conditioners but when I was contacted to ask if I'd like to put Wella's new Oil Reflections range to the test, I couldn't think of a better time to step outwith my normal hair comfort zone.

I often find that shampoos and conditioners, particularly those that promise to add silkiness or a lot of moisture to the hair, also leave the hair feeling like it's laden with product. I'm happy to report that neither the shampoo* or conditioner* in the Wella Oil Reflections range have this issue. 

Wella Oil Reflections Mask

The reboost mask* really does leave the hair feeling nourished and soft but not too soft. Does anyone else get what I mean when it comes to hair that's too soft? It's almost like candyfloss and certainly not something that I like my hair to resemble, especially after taking the time and energy to wash and dry it.

I left the mask on for just over five minutes and was certainly happy with the results.

Wella Oil Reflections Review

Despite trying and being impressed with the other three products in the Wella Oil Reflections range, the real stand out star of the range has to be the smoothing oil*. And if you were to buy just one product from the Oil Reflections range, this should definitely be it.

You can use it on wet, damp or dry hair, with my personal preference being to use it just before I go to blow dry. There's no greasiness nor is there that weird separation of hair that you often get when it comes to hair oils. This is lightweight but it also really adds some spectacular shine to the hair. My hair went from being a little dull and frizzy to being sleek and shiny and I achieved all this from the comfort of my own home.

As it's part of the Wella Professional family, it truly feels like a treat to use these products. Thanks to Supercuts for allowing me to try the range and for introducing me to a hair oil that actually delivers the results that you'd want it to.

Would you like to try the Wella Oil Reflections range? What is your biggest issue when it comes to your hair? And are you a fan of hair oils?

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Sunday, 14 August 2016

My Orlando, Florida Itinerary 2016


Visiting Universal Studios/Islands of Adventure Florida

Universal Orlando/Islands Of Adventure

For the first time in many years, this year we'll be heading back to Universal Studios and Islands Of Adventure. So much has changed since we lasted visited, which is why I'm particularly excited. I can't wait to check out all things Springfield related as well as rediscovering some of my old favourites such as Men In Black Alien Attack, Terminator 2 3D and E.T. Adventure. To see my thoughts on Universal Studios more generally, be sure to check out my Travel Tips post on that very subject.

Shake Shack Chicken Burger and French Fries

The Orlando Eye/Shake Shack

Another new addition since we last visited, is the Orlando Eye. Whether or not I actually brave the 400 foot tall structure is another question but even just to see it in the flesh would be rather spectacular. I've never been to London so I can't quite compare it to the London Eye but the photographs of the Eye rotating around sunset just look so dreamy. Another reason to visit; there's a Shake Shack positioned directly below it. As someone who's never had a Shake Shack either, the very notion of paying this place a visit is very exciting. I mean how good does that chicken burger and fries look? Don't mind me as I spend the next couple of minutes salivating just looking at it.

Visiting LEGOLAND Florida

LEGOLAND Florida

Despite visiting the Orlando, Florida area around ten times in the past fifteen years or so, somewhere we've never taken the time to drive out to is LEGOLAND Florida but that's all about to change this year. I grew up pretty much obsessed with all things LEGO and really enjoyed visiting the stand alone LEGO store the last time we were at Downtown Disney/Disney Springs so it will be great to check out the theme park now too. The fact that they can make almost anything in LEGO still makes me smile like I'm about five years old and knowing that it will be approaching Halloween when we're there is certainly something to look forward to too. I'll also finally need to get around to watching The LEGO Movie before we leave.

Sprinkles Cupcake ATM Disney Springs Florida

Disney Springs

When we were last there Disney Springs was just about to make the big change from Downtown Disney to what it's now known as; Disney Springs. But even then, amidst quite a bit of construction, it was still so amazing. I dedicated a full blog post to why I loved it as much as I did and if you have a read through that you'll probably understand why I loved it so. Since we were last there, they've opened a town center, which houses some great stores, a Sprinkles (complete with a Cupcake ATM), a Sephora and a Kate Spade store. It's almost like they designed an area with all my dream American stores in one place and then added that brilliant Disney twist. So expect to see a photo or video of me using the Cupcake ATM, potentially with Sephora and Kate Spade bags on my arms.

Wolfgang Puck Express Disney Springs

Wolfgang Puck Express

Another big reason that we'll be visiting Disney Springs during our trip is the fact that we can't wait to eat at Wolfgang Puck's Express restaurant. A few months ago, Wolfgang himself was on This Morning and he showed us how he makes his famous mac and cheese and ever since then every one of us has been dying to try the dish for ourselves. It literally looks insane, in such a good way of course. I might also need to order some of the creamy mash too.

US Haul

Shopping, shopping and more shopping

For me, shopping is always high on the agenda when it comes to my trips to Florida. I've already made a little start to my shopping list, which I will be sure to share on here when I've put a bit more thought into it. I'm hoping to invest in some quality pieces that'll last me a long time, instead of going crazy in Forever 21 like I normally do (that doesn't mean a visit to Forever 21 won't be on the cards though). The plan is to get a good pair of Winter boots and a Winter coat, which might prove tricky considering the fact that it will still be ridiculously warm and sunny when we're there. I'm also hoping to pick up some new bras from Victoria's Secret and maybe even a rose gold/copper pair of sandals. Expect some serious Sephora, Bath & Body Works, Old Navy and drugstore shopping too.

American Halloween Candy

Halloween

As you will have seen if you saw my Halloween post, Orlando and the US in general, go all out when it comes to Halloween. Visiting in October means you get all the perks of Halloween, even though we're not technically there on the 31st. I'm literally like a kid in a candy shop when it comes to the Halloween candy aisles in Wal-Mart/Target. You can get huge pack of sweets for unbelievable prices. If you see me setting up an American candy store when I return, that'll be why.

As I mentioned in an earlier blog post, I will be vlogging my trip and taking a ridiculous amount of photographs whilst I'm there so that's something to definitely look forward to when I return.

Have you ever been to Orlando, Florida? If so, do you have any recommendations when it comes to places that I should make sure to visit? If not, what would be on your itinerary? And are you looking forward to the vlogs/blog posts?


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Friday, 12 August 2016

12 Seriously Dreamy Buys Under £30


2016 Summer to Autumn High Street Fashion Wishlist

Even though the weather isn't always technically cooperative, there have been a couple of bright days recently, even though it's raining as I type this. These are the twelve pieces that I've really been lusting after recently.

Is it wrong to add a couple of these to my online basket and then maybe let my finger slip onto the buy button? If anyone agrees let me know below. Until then, here's exactly where you'll find all of the pieces in today's wishlist with everything coming in at under £30;

New Look Grey Sateen 3/4 Sleeve Tux Playsuit £29.99
Dorothy Perkins Peach Tropical Soft Tee £22
Oliver Bonas Gold Le Weekend Shopper £9.50
New Look Mink Lace Bardot Neck Top £19.99
Oliver Bonas Leopard Spot Round Sunglasses £18
Accessorize Genie Snake Quilted Chain Across Body Bag £29
New Look Shell Pink Leather-Look Mini Skirt £17.99
Oliver Bonas Pink Foil Spot Scarf £18
Topshop Temp Slip On Trainers £20

I have a feeling that this might be my last wishlist to feature what I would call Summer appropriate wears, particularly as I look out my window today. I still can't quite believe that it's September in a couple of weeks time. So expect to find a pair of classic jeans and a good pair of boots in my next wishlist.

What have you been lusting after recently? Have any of my picks caught your eye? And can you believe that all of these seriously dreamy buys are less than £30?

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Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Figuring Out Which Frame Suits Your Face Shape With Vision Direct


Sunglasses That Suit Me

Shopping for sunglasses, especially online, can be pretty tricky. This is particularly true if you have no idea which pair or pairs will suit you. Something as simple as figuring out your face shape can really make that decision much easier.

Whether you have a heart, round, square or oval shaped face, there are specific sunglasses and frames that will suit you better than others. Vision Direct have created a handy interactive page that helps you do just that. Not only does it match you with a pair based on your face shape but it also takes into consideration your skin tone and hair colour too.

Sunglasses Face Shape

Whilst some shades suit only one or two face shapes, others such as the classic aviator style work well for a multitude of shapes. And I have to say, I really like the way these look on me. I wouldn't ordinarily opt for this style of frame but I'm definitely glad that I did.

What do you think of the aviator style on me? Do you know what your face shape is? And what kinds of sunglasses do you usually gravitate towards?

This post was written in collaboration with Vision Direct

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Sunday, 7 August 2016

The July Degustabox & A Giveaway (With Exclusive £7 Off Discount Code)


Degustabox Giveaway UK

This month's Degustabox, like every one that I've received thus far, is jam-packed full of products, many of which are perfect for the warmer months. As with every Degustabox review that I do, I have a fantastic discount code for you to use to take a massive £7 off the £12.99 price tag. Up until this month, this was previously £6 off. All you have to do is enter the code TDBONUSJULY when you register. And in addition to that, 3 lucky readers will also win a Degustabox of their own simply by entering the Rafflecopter entry form below.

But back to the July box itself, what exactly does the July BBQ box comprise of, well let's see;


After last month's box, which was easily one of my all time favourites, I had a feeling that I might be slightly disappointed in this month's box and in a way I was right. This doesn't mean that this month's box is a bad one by any means but it just wasn't to my personal taste. The rest of my family, on the other hand, really loved this month's box and have found some real gems when it comes to the products and brands included in the July box. And that's just one reason that I continue to speak so highly of Degustabox. Even if there's a product or products that you won't personally consume, you'll easily find someone else, be it a family member, colleague or friend who will appreciate trying something new and most likely, become obsessed with said product or products.

Degustabox UK Giveaway Review

The one item that I was over the moon to find in this month's box was the Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles Infusions. These are just great and as a big Fruit Pastilles fan already, I had a feeling that I would enjoy these and I did. They're such a great twist on the classic flavours and the bag was easily devoured within the space of an afternoon. The other two sweet treats or more if you count each of the Choco Liebniz individually, were also fantastic. I was surprised with myself that I liked the Brookside Dark Chocolate Acai and Blueberry bites as much as I did but they tasted incredible. It just shows, don't always think that just because something is a little bit out of your comfort zone, doesn't mean that you won't like it. The Choco Leibniz were well within my comfort zone, on the other hand and made for great little snacks throughout the week.

Degustabox UK

My eye was also instantly drawn to the Seabrook Lattice crisps, when I opened the box and boy, were these good. The chorizo flavour was gorgeous and I really loved the lattice effect. It's always handy to have a bottle of balsamic vinegar in the cupboard, the same can be said for muesli but none of us have been brave enough to try the itsu Crispy Seaweed Thins or jar of crunchy gherkins yet. Do these sound like something you'd be open to trying?

Degustabox Food Box Review

As for drinks, there's some more great finds. The pineapple, coconut and lime fruit juice is so tasty, as is the spanish orange Rejuvenation Water. My brother, the health fanatic of the family, gives the ALO aloe vera drink a thumbs up as well as the can of Q Cumber. The cans of Berrywhite were also brilliant, especially at the end of a particularly warm or muggy day.


Now onto to the giveaway. Three lucky entrants will win a Degustabox of their own to be delivered to their home or work and you'll get to experience the excitement of opening up next month's box and seeing what's in it. 


a Rafflecopter giveaway The rules are as follows:

This giveaway is to UK residents only.
There will be three winners.
There are three mandatory entries: you must be following Ellis Tuesday on Bloglovin' (link here)
follow me on Instagram (link here) and follow Degustabox UK on Instagram (link here)

For additional entries you can follow me on Twitter (link here), follow Degustabox UK on Twitter (link here)follow me on Pinterest (link here), visit me on Facebook (link here) and tweet about the giveaway.
The giveaway will run until Sunday 28th of August at midnight.
The winners will be picked at random by Rafflecopter. The winners will then have 48 hours to send me over their details or I will pick another winner. The prize will then be issued by Degustabox.


Best of luck to everyone who is planning on entering! 

And if you're a fan of giveaways, don't forget to enter the giveaway over on my YouTube channel where you can win a limited edition Soap & Glory gift set.


What do you think of this month's box? Have you tried any of the products featured in July's box before? If so, what do you think of them? And what would your dream Degustabox include?


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Tuesday, 2 August 2016

What To Buy In World Duty Free This Summer


World Duty Free Beauty and Makeup Exclusives

As you will have seen if you read Sunday's post, in a few months time I will be jetting off to Orlando, Florida and even though there can be delays and the odd spot of turbulence mid flight, I'm one of these people who really does love the actual experience of travelling and that all starts at the airport. After checking in my bags and going through security, I settle in for what can often be quite a lengthy wait but two things instantly perk up my mood whilst waiting, with those two things being; grabbing about four or five magazines to read during the day (this really is the only time that I actually buy magazines anymore) and taking a wander through Duty Free. Whilst some are looking to pick up some discounted alcohol, cigarettes or a life size bar of Toblerone, it's all about the beauty buys for me. What else would you expect?

World Duty Free very kindly sent me out a selection of their exclusive beauty buys. So let's get onto exactly what you could be treating yourself to the next time you fly;

Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick Set Bronze Brush

First up we have a spectacular set from Bobbi Brown. As you will have seen if you saw my 'Trying Bobbi Brown For The First Time' post, I've only very recently become aware of just how incredible Bobbi Brown's products are, despite having intentions to try out the range for years now. This Bronze Shimmer Brick set* is exactly the kind of beauty buy that you should be picking up before flying off to somewhere warm and sunny.

The shimmer brick itself is absolutely stunning and I love the fact that this set includes a brilliant Bobbi Brown brush as well. And when you consider the fact that a Bobbi Brown shimmer brick on it's own is £34, you can pick this fantastic set up for just a couple of pennies more at £34.05. What a great deal! Am I right?

Marc Jacobs Daisy Miniatures Review Beauty Blog

Next up we have a stunning set of Marc Jacobs Daisy miniatures*. These even come in their own little suitcase style box, which is such a lovely travel related touch.

You might remember that I reviewed a similar set during the month of Blogmas and I have to say, these little sets are perfect for treating yourself and others. I put the two Daisy scents from that original set in my two most used handbags and gave the other two away as gifts to friends at Christmas. The fact that each fragrance is individually boxed means that splitting up the set into separate gifts is so easy to do. This is definitely the kind of airport present that anyone would love to receive when you return from your travels. And am I the only one who likes to buy a new fragrance to wear on each holiday? That way whenever you smell or use that perfume again it instantly takes you back to that holiday. This set comes with fragrances for four potential trips away, if you look at it that way. I almost want to book another three holidays just to take each of these with me. Hehe. The set also works out less than the price of one perfume at just £39.

Lancome Bi-Facil Review

And last but not least we have two products that I had been wanting to try for years now. The Givenchy Hydra Sparkling Twinkling Eyes* and the Lancome Bi-Facil Duo*.

As someone who gets extremely irritated and tired feeling eyes in warm weather, this cooling gel is such a great find. It just feels so spectacular and soothing on the skin and it's certainly the kind of product that I'd recommend to anyone jetting off somewhere warm, humid or sunny.

The Lancome Bi-Facil is another revelation. As I've probably mentioned on more than a few occasions on here, I'm not someone who spends an awful lot of time or money when it comes to removing makeup and ever since discovering micellar water infused wipes (Bioderma's and Clinique's are incredible), I never thought I'd fall for a classic makeup remover but I have. Expect a dedicated blog post very soon. This World Duty Free exclusive includes not one but two bottles of Bi-Facil for just £32 (an individual bottle usually costs £21.50).

Do you have any holidays or trips planned for the next couple of months or year? Are you a fan of Duty Free shopping? What do you think of the World Duty Free exclusives that I've featured in today's post? And have you tried any of the products that I've featured? If so, let me know what you think?

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