Thursday, April 4, 2013

Feel Unique Pay Day Haul


Where there's a pay day, there's always an online beauty haul - so why would this month be any different? There's a few things I've been really lusting after this month and I've always loved the range of brands stocked at Feel Unique. This month, I bought four beautiful things to add to my growing collection of make-up, skin care, hair care, nail polishes and accessories.

Real Techniques Stippling Brush (£10.99)


This is actually my second Real Techniques Stippling Brush - I decided to get another one so I could use my first one for my base make-up and the new one as a blusher applicator. I completely love this brush for applying my foundation - it's so easy to use and maintain. I think £10.99 is a decent price for a durable, high-quality beauty accessory.

Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment (£4.90)



This luxurious hair oil was at the top of my wish list this month - I haven't come across one bad review of it yet. I decided to buy the 10ml bottle just in case I didn't like it, but after hearing so many positive things about the entire range I am fairly confident I will love it.

I don't think Macadamia Oil Treatment has a particularly strong scent. It actually smells quite natural and has a subtle 'nutty' fragrance. I do like natural hair products, as I don't want to overload my tresses with artificial, heavy-duty products. I'll let you know how I get on!

Essie Nail Colour in Beyond Cozy (£8.99)



Ever since I first clocked eyes on Beyond Cozy, I decided it was going to be mine! And seeing it shimmer and shine in the flesh was ten times better than looking at it online. I think this Essie nail polish is a thing of beauty and I'll be applying it ASAP.

Dr Hauschka Lemon Lemongrass Body Moisturiser (£22.95)






I haven't really been that drawn to Dr Hauschka products, but I've always loved an invigorating citrus scent and need motivation to continue my with my body moisturising phase in this cold weather! 

I'm really impressed with the formula of this lotion - it's serum-like and light. The only thing I'm not sure about is the smell - it's oh SO sweet and a bit like lemon drizzle cake. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I think I wanted more fruit and less sugar. However, considering the formula is great, I think I can live with an extra spoon of sweet stuff.

What do you think of my haul? Have you bought much this month? xxx

8 comments :

  1. You got some lovely things :) I'd like to hear how you get on with the Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment. I'm always looking for a hair treatment that doesn't leave my hair too heavy as it tends to be oily.

    Nyss x

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    1. Aww thank you - I will definitely be doing a post on it in the near future. I was recently sent Loreal Mythic Oil to review as well and I'll review that one to compare xxx

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  2. The moisturiser looks as though it would smell amazing. Yum :)
    xx

    Naomii
    www.glitterbomb-makeup.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It definitely smells like lemons! It's a lovely formula. A tad expensive though isn't it?! xxx

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  3. I haven't tried the RT Stippling brush yet actually, it might have to be the next one I buy!

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    1. I'd support this decision! I love it xxx

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  4. Beyond Cosy is my favourite glitter as it goes with everything, day and night and still glittery. It's the one I get the most compliments of x

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    1. It's so beautiful and looks better than I expected it to - I can see it being a real favourite for me x

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