May Favourites

I’ve been travelling here and there for more than 20 days in May, so the key word for the month was saviours! I was changing climates and it was a big challenge for my eyes, hair and skin.

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First of my saviours is a non-beauty favourite and it’s the Artelac Splash eye drops. I wear contact lenses so it can be pretty tough when you don’t have the opportunity to switch to glasses and you’re still with lenses after 10-11 hours. My eyes get dry and red, it’s painful and not nice. But with these eye drops I felt much better, they’re soothing and I chose the unit of on the go dose ampules which is perfect and more hygienic.

On to hair. Thanks to John Frieda’s Miraculous Recovery Intensive Masque my hair stayed nourished and pretty.

For nail polish I’ve been mostly using KIKO nail lacquer in 314 Cyclamen. Springy and vivid colour that is perfect for the warm and sunny days.

My lips have been loving the Rimmel Apocalips Lacquer in 201 Solstice. At first, it looked a bit too dark for me but it’s actually a very nice shade to use every day, the formula is very creamy, it’s non-sticky, pretty moisturising and has just a little bit of a glossy effect. I think this is the perfect shade because it’s a wearable pinky one and the rest of the series are either too pale or too bright for my taste. Unfortunately, Rimmel is not on the Norwegian market and I’m so sad about that because I have to buy tons of their products when I travel to other countries.

L’Occitane has been taking care of my skin as usual and my Angelica Ultra Matte Fluid is sadly going to be over soon. If you have combination or oily skin, check this product out. It gives your skin hydration, it mattifies it for hours and it’s protecting it from free radicals. One word: Amazing!

My mini Ultra Rich Body Cream also from L’Occitane kept my body skin nourished and protected. It’s a very rich and thick cream but it absorbs instantly into skin and leaves it soft.

What a busy May that was…

 

 

 

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