Hello again you gorgeous bunch, so today we’re gonna be talking about the foundation that’s on everyones lips and of course it’s the Primark P.S My Perfect Colour Foundation. If you haven’t heard of the foundation and you live in the UK then, where have you been people, seriously?! If you’re not from the UK and don’t have a Primark store then i’m super sorry because you’re probably like ‘what on earth are you talking about Carolanne?’ Just out of curiosity though i’d love to know how many of you arn’t from the UK but actually do know what Primark is or have a shop where you live … let me know in the comments.
I was on twitter a few weeks ago asking my fellow Twittorians if anyone could recommend something that would transform my dull, blemished skin into a more radiant, glowing canvas, and of course twitter always delivers due to the absolutely amazing bloggers, youtubers, beauty babes etc. that are out there and willing to share their tips and secrets.
I hear you all asking ‘so what was the verdict?’ well … after a few suggestions the Pixi Glow Tonic led the race by a mile, quite a few people advised me to use it and that it works miracles especially on acne prone skin which is actually something i’ve been lucky enough not to have to deal with but just like everyone else I do get break outs so if it helps tackle those spots, i’m there!
You’ve heard of Olaplex, right? I mean it’s literally everywhere in the hair care world now and I feel like it just came from nowhere like one minute i’d never seen, read or heard a single thing about it and the next it was blowing up my Instagram feed.
For those of you who’ve not yet came across Olaplex lemme just give you a little sum up of what it is and what it does. Basically Olaplex is a brand with miracle products that helps bond, strengthen, repair and protect hair from damage caused through bleaching, dying etc. and will be found in your hairdressers’ cupboards just sitting there waiting to transform your locks. Now I’m no hairdresser or hair expert so what I’m telling you here is just what I know/been told and have experienced but I’ll insert a link somewhere in this post to their website for more info.