Odylique is an organic, cruelty free brand with truly beautiful crafted products. Some of their products are also vegan, this Spot-On Serum being one of them. Originally I bought this serum as a targeted blemish fighter for those pesky little bumps that appear at worst possible occasions.
You know how you wake up all ambitious to shower and wash your hair but then you remember it’s Monday and you can’t be bothered and hit the snooze button? Well that’s us pretty much every week. 😉 But you know what? That’s ok. Because we’re hard working career melons and we have better things to do in the morning than washing, conditioning, blow drying and styling our hair- sleeping sounds so much more appealing…
In the spirit of today’s World Vegan Day we went into our kitchen and did some baking! This recipe is very quick and easy to do! Sometimes the good things in life are simple- and tasty! 😉
The refining eye cream from Herbfarmacy is a great ‘first’ eye cream for anyone – it is light and delicate even for sensitive skin. Herbfarmacy is a UK based company that prides itself in using only the most organic ingredients, growing cream components on the farm. All products are cruelty free and most are vegan (except those that contain beeswax).
Nothing screams fall to me like a berry toned lipstick! During the colder season I tend to whip out my dark reds and berry tones a lot more than I usually would. Lately I was on the hunt for a matte lipstick, did some online digging and came across the Melted lipstick by Two Faced. I was intrigued and purchased the shade Melted Berry. With 17 available colours you have a wide range to chose from.
Finding an under eye concealer that does the job without irritating my rather sensitive eye area was quite the challenge I have to admit. I found the Stroke of Light Eye Brightener by BareMinerals about a year ago and have repurchased it one or two times already. So a lot of long term testing happened before writing this review for you guys. 😉
I forgot my spot treatment whilst travelling and OF COURSE a pimple decided to grow on my forehead on the same day! So in a hurry I decided to purchase this Drying Lotion by Mario Badescu. I had never heard of this brand before so I didn’t expect too much of it to be honest.
I love travelling for my job! Especially if I have some time to browse through shops I didn’t see before and try snacks we don’t get as easily in Europe.
After reading so many amazing reviews of the Lush Big Shampoo I just had to see what all the fuss is about! To be honest, I have never paid so much for shampoo (€22.95 per 230 ml) but a little goes a long way. This shampoo has been used every day in my household for two months, and the jar is still a third full.
I have gotten the Kure Bazaar nail polish in the shade Bohemian as a present from my dear melon-mate and have now finally gotten around to reviewing it! Kure Bazaar is a young brand started by Kartika that boasts in being vegan, free from harsh chemical substances usually found in nail polish (formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates and synthetic camphor) and up to 85% natural ingredients compared with that of a drug store nail polish.