Colour Refresh With Schwarzkopf Live Colour

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The whole red hair phase has lasted a very long time, I always dip between dark and brighter shades throughout the year. Now that it's getting a bit warmer and the weather is getting a bit better I thought I'd try and go a bit brighter and go for switch it up a bit. I'm quite particular with what products I use on my hair and especially when it comes to dye, I normally stick with what I know and love so for me I always feel really sceptical when I want to try something new.

But as a long lover of the Schwarzkopf Live Colour range, I really love the permanent dyes as someone who doesn't want to spend all their time dyeing their hair. It stays on for a good time and really makes an impact, but I wanted something to boost the colour in between dyes. I've bought all the colour boosting shampoos and masks and they work great but I always feel like after a while they lose their touch. So I decided to put my faith into the new Schwarzkopf Live Colour XXL Stay Bright Booste…

Superdrug Witch Hazel Mud Mask - Review

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So today I am going to be reviewing a face mask that I have been testing out for the past months. I am a lover of face masks I use one every week and they just benefit my skin so much. I have wanting to be trying face masks that are meant to combat acne prone skin and oiliness. I was in Superdrug when I noticed this and decided to try it out.

Link - http://www.superdrug.com/Superdrug/Superdrug-Witch-hazel-mud-mask/p/718462#.VE5Q4_msUUs

It recommends that you use it a couple times a week which is what I have been doing for the past month. The mask takes around 12 minutes to dry but this all depends on how much you apply. Do remember not to layer it onto your face as it won't benefit your skin at all. The mask comes off easy but it loves my face a bit red for about 10 minutes which shows that the face mask has worked.

Recently I have had a lot of acne and i have wanted to use this mask to help soothe and calm down my breakouts. This is definitely a slow remedy so don't expect all your spots to be gone the day after you use this as it takes a while. I find personally that this just soothes my spots slightly meaning that they don't look too red and aren't as noticeable.

The price is extremely reasonable for only £2.59 you get a decent face mask that works rather well. However saying that I wouldn't put this on my list of best face masks only because it doesn't really do as much for my spots as I would like. It just soothes them a bit and nothing more really. 

This helped slightly though with my oiliness my face is not as oily as it used to be which is a positive I just feel like it doesn't do enough for my spots as I would like which is why I am not singing the praises of this face mask. 

Overall I am like this face mask but I would say it is definitely an average face masks, it does soothe my spots and has helped my oiliness slightly but not as much as other face masks I have tried before. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who desperately wanted there spots gone, just if they wanted to soothe their spots a bit. 


On Friday I am going to be talking about a perfume by Diesel I have loved for the past year and is the perfect autumn scent. Next Wednesday I will be reviewing the Max Factor Skin Luminizer Foundation and why I haven't been loving it. 

Thanks for reading !

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