Saturday, 28 July 2012

Ojon Dry Recovery Revitalising Moisture Mist Review

Someone said that Ojon's Dry Recovery Revitalising Moisture Mist is to your hair what water is to your skin in hot climates, and they weren’t wrong. Using an abundance of natural moisturising ingredients including lemongrass and ginseng, the spray seriously hydrates thirsty tresses. So, with summer officially upon us it seems only right to spritz away
The light consistency doesn't leave hair feeling lank or weighed down at all, instead it simply tames frizz and flyaways while giving hair a boost of moisture. For this reason, Ojon's Moisture Mist is an ideal hair product to use before styling as well as on the beach or in hot weather.
Ojon's Dry Recovery Revitalising Moisture Mist is £20 and available from
Rating: 10/10 - Doubling up as a styling prep product and an instant hydrator makes this spray more than worthwhile buying for summer.

Saturday, 14 July 2012

Clarins 3 Dot Liner Review

Moving away from the standard felt tip or pencil liners, Clarins is transforming the way we use our eyeliner this season with its new and innovative design. Make way for the 3-Dot Liner. With three ink dispensers, the idea behind this new beauty product is that by pressing along the base of the your lashes you can achieve a straight and even line by simply joining up the dots.

The actual pads are soft on your eyelids and the formula dries quickly, so you don't need to worry about smudging. For those wanting to give lashes a thicker more volumised finish, this liner is the perfect companion for any mascara.

While it does take two applications to build up a rich jet black shade and strong line, once the formula has dried it doesn't budge or fade. So much so, you will need a very good eye make-up remover to take it off at night.

Clarins 3-Dot Liner, £20 and is available from from September.

Rating: 10/10 - For those wanting a define their eyes with a classic liner look, this beauty product will put an end to your daily struggle of making both eyes look the same. Put simply, this eyeliner makes eye make-up hassle-free.  

Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Garnier BB Miracle Skin Perfector Oil Free Review

With last summer's success with that BB cream it will come as no surprise that Garnier have launched a new, improved formula this year to steal the 2012 prize for the best BB cream. Enter, Garnier BB Miracle Skin Perfector Oil Free. Using super absorbing ingredients, the formula literally soaks up excess oil, with special attention directed to the forehead and T-zone areas, to leave skin with an almost matte finish.

The texture is soft and light making it easy to apply and blend. With the added benefit of SPF20 protection it is genuinely quite difficult to find fault with this product, especially as a summer beauty buy. It is ideal for anyone looking for a lighter form of coverage or to cover up blemishes. 

Garnier's BB Miracle Skin Perfector Oil Free is £9.99 and available from

Rating: 9/10 - As with all of the BB creams, you will still need to wear moisturiser underneath as it doesn't quite do everything.