Thursday, 17 September 2009

If Carlsberg made haul posts.......

Then this wouldn’t make the top 1,000,000!!

Thought I’d give you all a little insight into a few of my staple products. I had a nice little mooch round Boots this lunchtime, and picked up a few bits and bats that I needed.

First of all, I took advantage of the 3 for 2 on skincare offer, and picked up a Witch Exfoliating facewash, Johnsons 3 in 1 face wash and Simple eye makeup remover. I’m not one for spending an absolute fortune on skincare, I’m pretty lucky in that I’m not prone to breakouts and don’t really have any problems with my skin, My main concern is making sure that my skin feels squeaky clean both before putting my slap on and after taking it off.

Next up is a couple of Radox Shower Smoothies (again, these were on offer at about £1.40 each). These are one of my favourite shower gels – I’m a big fan of fruity shower gels as I need something to wake me up in the morning and I love the natural exfoliants in them.

My last Boots purchases were Rimmel Exaggerate Liquid Liner and James Brown Scandalous Flaunt It Hairspray. I’ve been looking for a firm (but non crispy) hairspray since I ran out of Paul Mitchell Hold Me Tight. Due to operation clear debt I couldn’t repurchase the Paul Mitchell as apparently £11 is too much for hairspray :(

Finally, I bought something that is exciting for me (but probably not so much for everyone else!) I spotted a couple of lonely looking bottles of St Moriz in TJ Hughes while I was having a nosy at the CK make up they currently have in which I took to be a sign. I felt like I missed the boat a bit when everyone was buzzing about this a couple of months ago as every time I went to Home Bargains or TJ’s it was out of stock. Anyways, I finally got my mitts on some, and after the partial disappointment of my Make Believe products I’m raring to give it a go.



  1. Love the look of those shower gels. Your title post made me smile :) xx

  2. Oh, and love how they not drink!!


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