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Brand Review - Bourjois

Hello everyone 

This is my final brand review and I have really enjoyed the series. However it does have to end at some point. I have been a huge fan of Bourjois for quite some time. They are a slightly more expensive brand compared to the rest of the brands in the drugstore but you pay for amazing quality products.

As always I will be mentioning three products from the brand that for me stand out the most. I will be mentioning two products that have previously been on this blog and a new product that I am yet to review on this blog.

Bourjois Délice de Poudre bronzing powder & highlighter £7.99- This is a product that I have mentioned before I did a review on it focusing mainly on the bronzer. I adore the bronzer and have done for some time. You can have it subtle or built up, personally I like it fairly subtle. With this one you get half bronzer and half highlighter for the same price as getting a full one of either the bronzer or highlighter. Again I am also a huge fan of the highlighter, it blends easily into the skin and really helps to highlight that certain part of you face. For me this is almost like a high street product except very cheap. One of the things I adore the most about this is the packaging, it looks cute and looks nice on your dresser which for me is something I look for in products the packaging can say a lot about the product itself.

Bourjois Cream Blush £7.99- This again is a product I have reviewed before but I honestly can not give this blush enough credit. The blush is highly pigmented and blends nice onto the skin. For me I am a huge fan of the shades they have a reasonable selection that suit all skin tones. The price as well is reasonable as the blush works so well I am more than happy to pay £7.99 for this.

Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover £4.99- This is a new product for me. I had heard so many good reviews of this product that I had to run to Boots to try it. This is a nail polish remover that is meant to get rid of your nail polish withing seconds. I have tried the Primark version and was impressed with it. After trying this I am definitely a huge fan of both. For me I prefer this slightly more it works faster and has a sweet fragrance to it which is something I prefer as I hate the smell of nail polish remover. I have noticed that every time I use this my nails always feel soft and smooth which is something you would only really get from a nail salon, Lastly the price is more than reasonable. I have used almost half of this, if I was using a bottle I would have probably used two now. 

Overall I am a huge fan of Bourjois their products are affordable and excel in quality. I am interested in trying other products from this brand so if you have any suggestions feel free to comment down below.

On Wednesday I will be mentioning the products that have been the best in 2014, and on Friday I will be doing the 40 question make up tag

Thanks for reading!


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