08 December, 2013

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  1. Love your brows! How do you get them groomed & glam?

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    1. Thanks Hai! I use an angled eyeshadow brush and a dark brown eyeshadow :)

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  2. So pretty! I don't do a lot with my haircare besides scrunch in some L'Oreal hair serum when it's still damp. It takes so long to wash and dry that when it comes to using products, I really can't be bothered haha. I think I'm lucky that I have good hair genes so it seems to be healthy without having to do much!

    Jade | JadeFungBlog

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    1. Thanks Jade, you're lucky you have nice locks! Good thing I don't wash it everyday, can't be doing with all the faff all the time haha x

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  3. Your hair is lovely, I use Liz Earle hair oil and it's amazing. I also love the Phillip Kingsley Elasticizer as a hair mask.

    Alice | Beauty by Alicee | YouTube

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    1. Thanks Alice, I must try out the Philip Kingsley range :)

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  4. Your hair looks beautiful, I use the new L'Oreal range but a different version. Might give this one a go next time xx

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    1. Thanks Jade, I read your post on the L'Oreal evercare range as well and this shampoo does not smell as nice, which is a shame! x

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  5. Pretty! I love Tresemme heat tamer spray and I've tried the L'Oreal Everpure for smoothing but not the color care & volume line. I've never seen that Argan oil but definitely going to keep my eye out!! I used to use just pure argan oil but now I'm using Miracle Divine mix of argan and monoi. Thank you for sharing.

    zozo | atelier zozo

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    1. Thank you! I know L'Oreal have brought out quite a good range and you definately can't go wrong with some argan oil to keep our hair looking nice and shiny :)

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  6. sweet post

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