Hey soapies ,
So like many of you I’m sure you want cruelty free things like myself however think like myself that everything is so damn expensive however that is a lie … I’ve found bargain make up !
I wondered into Superdrug thinking I’m looking for something expensive and nearly gave up. I asked the lovely assistant if she knew any brands and she recommended B by Superdrug which is amazing . It’s not only cheap but it lasts for ages and has a squirty pump . Not only is it for vegans or cruelty free but it’s paraben free which means no nasty chemicals on your face . Many brands rely on you having those chemicals on your face because then you buy more products to try and cover your face because they cause spots , blemishes and more beauty dramas .
What’s your fav cruelty free brand and tell me your take on it as well as recommend me some new products or things you’d like me to test .
Lots of love ,
So since we have last talked I have sorted out more items and put some of my clothes up on vented which is a great app that helps you to not only sell your goods but list them in categories. Some people do not like it because it looks really teenagerish however I have never had a problem with it.
I have also popped stuff for free on facebook and even thought about recycling more items.
Another thing is if something has plastic in or on it I try too avoid ans it hasn’t stopped there I have started using cruelty free and vegan friendly makeup which is called B and is from superdrug. This make up also doesn’t harm your face so I am really into it.
What about Olio you ask? – well I have been promoting it a lot more and are trying to get more companies on board.
What do you do to help the world and how are you stopping waste etc? let me know,
lots of love,
Hiya soapies ,
So as you can see this post is on the real techniques stippling brush . I bought my very first brush by them in August 2014 ( I think it was 2014) in Superdrug with my friend Shannon who convinced me they were amazing . I remember staring at this brush for about half an hour thinking how the hell does this work ? What do I do ? It’s spiked… how do you use it with spikes? Did I just waste another £10? … Welllll all those years on I have had two stippling brushes
Here’s a tip this brush is good for foundation which is liquid so Rimmel and revlon ones are good however I find Mac gives you lines when using this brush . You can use it on your cheeks too look amazing .
This is a finishing brush so you will look perfect ! The bristles feel smooth and glide well and it’s easy to hold . However I feel there are better real techniques brushes anyone else feel that? and I have not completely mastered using this little cute brush ! What’s your tips and do you like real techniques? Let me know x lots of love soap x