Monday, 4 May 2015


 Hello lovelies! It has been a while... I can't remember the last time I had a whole day in to relax and blog BUT I am back with an empties post and have lots more new posts lined up over the next few weeks.

I have A LOT of empty products, been collecting them for the last couple of months and who knew I went through so much stuff in such a short amount of time!

  First up Shampoo. I have been using TRESemmé Shampoo for the last few months and I have been loving them. Back in the day when I used to get student loan, I would pop in to TKmaxx and buy some bedhead shampoos or something ridiculously priced. Now the slightly more grown up me tries to go for affordable products that work just as well as those overpriced stuff.

 I go through bodywash pretty quickly as I do wash my body everyday. Nivea's range are great for me, I love their scents and they are also quite moisturizing.

 Baby wipes are always handy to have around especially if you are as clumsy as me!

 Another Nivea product. Love this stuff and already got myself another tub.

 Currently recycling the tub as a holder for my (new) Lush sugar scrub.

 Bourjois healthy balance powder is probably one of my holy grail items. It's so mattifying, which to me means perfection. I use this as a finishing powder or even by itself for those lazy days. I have one at home and one in my handbag so I can touch up all day long.

 Muji Candle. The scent was great and lasted me a good week or so, which is great for the price.

 Super Liner eyeliners. I've been raving about this for a while now, already got myself a new replacement and probably will keep doing so for the foreseeable future.

Rimmel Exaggerate eyeliner. Another eyeliner which I have also already repurchased.

Nail polish remover. The top of the cap popped off as I think I was trying to tighten it a little too much... resulting in me spilling the last little drops of the bottle :(

These nail polishes aren't particularly empty but I will be throwing them away as they have dried out or are too gooey to be used... Anyone got any tips on how to store nail vanishes so they last longer?

This bronzer has served me well, it's been with me for almost 2 years so I thought it was about time I bought an upgrade. Which I did too, and also sadly means that I will be throwing this little guy out.

 Garnier Hand Cream has kept my hands going through the winter times... will definitely repurchase. It's ultra hydrating and smells quite lovely, doesn't leave your hands feeling greasy afterwards either.

Lanocreme eye cream. Now, this jar says eye cream and I remember it being quite a good product, but I also think that I used this to transport some kind of cream as I have used up the eyecream and it was a good travel sized pot, only problem is I forgotten what cream is in the jar, which means it's time to get rid.

 Liz Earle face cream and cleanser! As you all know I am a huge fan of Liz Earle, so it's not a surprise that I have used up their products... Already got replacements!

A couple of mini products, took these to Barcelona with me and finished them up when I came home. Aren't they just adorable :)

That's all for today but there's more posts coming, promise!


  1. So finally Ive got my post, huurrraaahhh! well done x
    Ps. I need to try this Bourjois powder!

    1. Sylwia! I hope I did not disappoint my number one fan hahahaa :D Thanks for the comment xx

  2. Hi Grace. Add a single drop of nail varnish remover to the nail varnish bottle and give it a really good shake and stir. Add a drop at a time if needed. This should bring the nail varnish back to life. (And if it doesn't, you were going to throw it away anyway...)

    1. I will definitely have to try this out! Thanks for the tip xx

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  4. I have heard there are some kind of drips that can help you freshen up the gooey old polishes. Maybe you can check the nail polishes counter!

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    1. Oh yes! I've heard of them too, might have to look into it :) xx