Hello everyone, welcome to my May empties!
This is my second empties post; I did my first one in March- if you missed it click –HERE–. It is one of my most popular posts, so I thought you would like another!
I haven’t used up as many products this time, but there’s still more than enough! Let’s crack on….
Zoella Bath Latte Bubble Bath
This is my favourite bubble bath ever! I have purchased this roughly six times already. I love the formula for this; it is so thick and luxurious, and most importantly, it creates incredible bubbles! I’m in love with this scent; it smells of honey, almond and cocoa. It costs £6 for 400 ml. Yes, it is expensive, but I stock up when there is a promotion running.
Avon Herbal Meadow Bubble Bath
This bubble bath costs £4 for 500 ml (it is half price quite often). I love the name Herbal Meadow; it does smell just like a herbal meadow! It has the perfect scent for an enjoyable, relaxing bath. I like this bubble bath, but you have to use quite a lot to get a decent amount of bubbles.
Jane Iredale Smooth Affair Facial Primer & Brightener
This has recently become my favourite primer. I don’t wear foundation; I just wear a primer with a powder over the top. It does come with a hefty price tag- £36! This is the price of it on the Jane Iredale website (pssst, you can get it cheaper on Amazon). I don’t use this every day, only at the weekend if I am going out. It goes on smoothly, and it really does brighten your face.
Benefit Air Patrol Eyeshadow Primer
From one primer to another! This is a tiny sample size; I love trying samples before buying a full-sized product. This is an excellent primer; it makes your eyeshadow last all day! The full-sized product is quite expensive, but I would buy it if it were on offer!
Collection 2000 Black Liquid Eyeliner
I’m pretty sure most people have tried this eyeliner before! I have been using this eyeliner since I first started wearing makeup ten years ago. I find this eyeliner easy to apply and it stays on all day. It is also very affordable; it only costs £2.99. The liquid doesn’t dry up, but the felt tip pen style applicator becomes thick after a while.
Aussie Miracle Dry Shampoo
This is the first Aussie dry shampoo I have used before; it costs £4.49 for a 180ml bottle. This dry shampoo lasted a couple of months; this is because you only need to spray a little bit for it to work. This dry shampoo has a unique smell like all the other Aussie products. This dry shampoo claims to give fine, limp hair volume; it does to a certain extent, but doesn’t stay volumised for long.
Philip Kingsley Shampoo and Conditioner
I received these two products in my Latest In Beauty subscription box- review HERE. These two products are aimed at people with fine hair such as myself. They are supposed to make your hair feel thicker and give your hair more volume, but it didn’t work for me, unfortunately. They aren’t bad products, just nothing special.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing which products I have used up this month. I like posts like this because you get to discover new products, and find out what works well. I hope that you will like the products as much as me!
Which products have you used up this month?