How to Get a Good Night's Sleep


Sorry I haven't been blogging lately guys, I had to prepare for a presentation I was giving for uni. I ended up doing really well! I'm proud of myself, for once! Usually I just shrug it off and feel I could've done better, but this time I feel soooo much better.

Anyway, I digress! As a bit of a stress-head, I sometimes struggle with sleep. I worry about things that don't really need to be worried about and I ponder on the for ages. I make up scenarios in my head and imagine what can go wrong, I'm so bad! So I thought I would put together a list of what actually helps me fall asleep when I'm struggling.

Stay Offline

Don't keep checking Facebook or Twitter! Put your phone down/on charge and keep it away! Staring at it will keep you awake.

Read a Good Book

If you like reading, then I suggesting doing so before you go to bed. It's something to do to get you nice and relaxed and to keep your mind off other things. However, don't get too carried away! Sometimes I read for too long because I've lost track of time.

If you don't like reading, maybe you could read some poems in a poetry collection, or write a journal.

Don't keep too bright a light on, as that will keep you up too. Alternatively, a Kindle Paperwhite would be useful.

Don't Worry!

As I have anxiety (which is getting better though, hurray!) I thought I would share with you some of my tips that I use to stop me from worrying too much when I get too anxious. I can't stop thinking and end up keeping myself awake.

  1. Imagine the bad thoughts float down a stream as you watch on from the neighbouring bank. It's relaxing and wards off the hostile thoughts.
  2. If you're worrying about something like work or school/college/uni, think about the good things you've achieved. For example, I was worrying about giving my presentation, but then I realised that I got a First in my presentation last year. Thinking about my achievements and what I've done well in really cheers me up and gets me relaxed.

Use a Pillow Spray or Roll-On

I recently just tried out thisworks' Pillow Spray and I absolutely love it. I usually get interrupted sleep and wake up for no reason whatsoever, but I was able to drift off easily and stay in a long, deep sleep. thisworks' Pillow Spray retails for around £16, but you can get a cheaper version from Avon here for about £5.

I also remember that Roll-Ons used to help me when I couldn't sleep when I was younger. I rolled on some product (usually containing lavender) onto my temples and wrists and that helped me drift off in the same way.

Have a Cup of (decaffeinated) Tea!

Before I go to bed, I like to pop the kettle on and make myself a cup of tea. To help me drift off I usually have a peppermint tea, fresh mint tea (see my blog post here!) or chamomile. If you really can't sleep, then I suggest camomile, as it is soothing and relaxing.

I hope I helped you with these tips! Do you do anything to ensure a good night's sleep?

Thanks for reading!

Knot Any More!


First of all, I'm sorry for the pun title. It's bad isn't it?

Anyway, I decided to go on a Boots haul and look for things that focussed on my hair. Usually I'm more of a make-up and skincare gal, but I decided I was fed up of the fuzz on top of my head. I read up about it, and found out it's due to the breakage of hair when you brush it. I also read that brushing is a bad thing, and you should use a wide-toothed comb to use on wet, tangled hair. When I get out of the shower, my hair is always knotty. That's just how my hair is! I hate it! I can go outside when it's not windy at all, and come home with thick knots in my hair. It just loves knotting.

NSPA Complete Treatment Masks Review


Due to other beauty bloggers, I came across the brand NSPA. People love how fresh and cleansing they are, so I thought I'd try something of theirs out! I've got enough cleansers and washes, so I decided to use one of their masks: the Complete Treatment Masks. It contains 3 Cloth Face Masks and 2 Eye Masks and the whole of the NSPA range is only available at Asda in the UK (I think Walmart does them in the US).

Picture from the NSPA website

The Face Masks

The fact that these are cloth masks kind of weirded me out! I'm used to thick, creamy masks and thought I should try something different. Although I look a bit like Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs when I put the facial mask on, (my boyfriend was scared!) it was lovely and refreshing. It was cooling, rejuvenating and fresh. I let it sit on my face for 10 minutes and had a little nap; after a stressful day of calling customer services, then having to lug all the shopping up and down the stairs 6 times with a painful foot. After all this, and the stress of doing my presentation at uni next week, this mask really calmed me down. It was nice sitting there relaxing and I felt revived.

After I took it off, my skin looked mildly brighter and was soooo smooth! It definitely made an improvement. I'm sad that I only have two more after this, because I won't be ordering from Asda again - they didn't deliver my shopping so I cancelled it after 15 phone calls, and then they turned up 24 hours later whilst I was at uni. Sigh.

The Eye Masks

You have to leave this cloth masks on for 3-5 minutes and let them work their magic. It's supposed to improve dark circles, but I found no difference whatsoever. It felt mildly refreshing whilst I had them on, but not as nice as the face masks. I simply didn't like these very much - I found them a bit pointless.


Overall, I think the set is worth buying since the face masks are gorgeous luxuries that de-stress and brighten skin. They are magnificent if you're feeling overworked and/or tired! However, I don't think the eye masks are necessary: I would rather have two more face masks! You can buy them here or with your Asda grocery shop for a measly £4 at the moment, as opposed to the normal price of £6.

Have you tried anything from NSPA? What's your favourite face mask?

Thanks for reading!

Shower Saviours

Yesterday whilst I was in the shower, I was overcome with a wave of luxury. I felt at peace, I smelled wonderful, and the stresses of the week melted away. My dry skin was buffed off, leaving my skin feeling luxurious and soft. I felt good, and here's how I did it.

Firstly, I started by washing my hair with Lush's Rub Rub Rub body scrub, I love it so much! Although it doesn't volumise hair like it says it does, I find that it makes my hair soft and gorgeous. See my full review here. I then rinse it off and use Lush's American Cream Conditioner. It simply smells gorgeous: a mix of vanilla milkshake and strawberries! Again, see my full review here.

As for my body, I start with buffing away dead skin with Soap and Glory's miraculous Scrub of Your Life. It's easily the Scrub of My Life, it's the best scrub I've ever used. I get bumps on my arms and dry tops of my legs and this baby buffs them away easily. At just £7 for a 200ml tube, it's budget-friendly and I encourage you to try it! My boyfriend loves how smooth my skin gets when I use this!

After that, I use Lush's (see a pattern here?!) Snow Fairy (review here) or Rose Jam. Snow Fairy is a gorgeous pink shower gel that smells like a sweet shop (candyfloss and pear drops)! It's simply an amazing concoction that makes my bathroom smell like happiness for so long! It's soothing and nice to use. Snow Fairy is cheaper than Rose Jam, retailing at £11.95, £7.50 or £3.75.

I also like to switch to Rose Jam Shower Gel. I'm not very good at describing smells, so I'll let Lush describe it for you!

"Let your skin be kissed by a rose with this sweetly floral shower gel. Wrap yourself in a comforting embrace with nourishing argan oil, organic rose absolute and rose oil together with a Fair Trade vanilla pod infusion. This is an indulgent wash that lifts the spirits."

I agree with this description whole-heartedly. It's so refreshing and rejuvenating! It really perks me up. It can be quite expensive, with it being £15.95 for a big bottle. But I got the medium sized bottle for £9.50. You can get an even smaller bottle for £4.75.

I apply these shower gels with Body Shop's Bath Lily. Priced at just £2, it's a wonderful product that lathers up shower gels superbly.

When I get out of the shower, I use Lush's (I'm so sorry, I'm obsessed) Vanilla Dee-Lite body lotion, which is priced at £12.95 for 250g. It's a beautiful, vanilla scented light lotion that perks your skin up without making it greasy. It goes well with my American Cream Conditioner! I'm always happy if I smell nice!

What are your favourite shower products?

Thanks for reading!

Book Haul!


Once in a while, I go through a reading dry spell. Usually, I can't stop reading, and people have to pull me away from a book! I think that during summer, I read just over 30 books! During this period, I developed a love for Agatha Christie and her detective Hercule Poirot. I think, perhaps, I'll write a blog post recommending the best Agatha Christie books I've read in the near future, they were amazing to read and whole-heartedly ! Anyway, I digress. I went to Amazon and was looking at books that I think I could get back into. I just finished reading Eleanor and Park, a YA Novel, which I usually do not enjoy. However, in this case, I couldn't put the book down! It was truly a gorgeous book about raw, romantic, awkward, consuming teenage love (but can trigger issues such as domestic abuse).

These are the books that were delivered to me:

Sali Hughes - Pretty Honest

Sali knows what's she's talking about, so it's no wonder the book is a beauty blogger's favourite. I thought I should get it as I've seen it pop up on a lot of bloggers' posts. I've quickly flicked through a few chapters and love the advice she's given! I'd recommend it for beauty advice that isn't boring, but sassy and funny! The introduction is charming and really appealed to me when I was browsing through Amazon. Buy here for £11 for a hardback and and £9.15 on Kindle. (For such a measly price difference, I'd recommend the hardback, isn't it gorgeous?!)

Tyger Tyger, Burning Bright: Much-Loved Poems You Half-Remember - Ana Sampson

I've always loved poetry but hardly seem to actually read any, which is such a shame! I saw this pop up on Amazon and thought I should give it a try. I read Tyger, Tyger, Burning Bright when I was younger and fell in love with it, but hardly remember it! It's a gorgeous purchase that's in beautiful hardback edition, and doesn't break the bank. Sit back, brew a hot beverage and drink in the gorgeous words that are written in this book. You can get it here for £7.99.

My True Love Gave to Me - Edited by Stephanie Perkins (Various Authors)

Although this is a collection of YA stories, it still appealed to me. The cover is gorgeous. It's a vibrant pale blue, with pink pages on the side. It's simply beautiful and comes with a ribbon bookmark. I've only read the first story, written by Rainbow Rowell - the author of Eleanor and Park. It was a sweet, heart-warming short story and I'm sure the rest will be just as great! The description of the collection says that these stories will "warm you up in the Winter" and I completely agree. I read them when I'm feeling a bit bored, or on a break from uni work and don't really want to get into a bigger book. It's a lovely, simple, gorgeous little book that will make a great gift. The price is amazing too! You can get it herefor £7.69.

The Summer Queen - Elizabeth Chadwick

I fancied reading a historical fiction book and luckily came across this gem on Amazon. It's about Eleanor (or Aelinor in the book, as that is what she would've called herself) of Aquitaine, a prominent figure and powerful woman of the High Middle Ages. Although I just said, "woman" she is a 13-year-old girl at the beginning of the novel. The novel actually extends into a trilogy (I don't think the third book is out yet), the next being The Winter Crown.

Similar to the books above, the cover is beautiful! I'm a sucker for a nice cover, it makes the book much nicer to read somehow. I've only read a few chapters, but I already love this book. I love Eleanor and how simulatenously strong and weak she is. She's strong when she's forced to marry Prince Louis (don't worry, it's in the blurb!) and accepts her role in uniting Aquitaine and France. She realises that she cannot get out of this, and approaches the situation with a strong attitude. She doesn't falter, she just gets on with it. I admire that about 13-year-old Aelinor. If I look back to when I was 13, I was a moaning, groaning little brat! So I really respect her here. However, in contrast, as she is still young, she still relies on her father and is broken when he dies (again, in the blurb!). She's a fascinating character, and I already feel like I know Aelinor, even though I'm only partially into the book. You can get it here for £5.24.

What are you reading at the moment?

Thanks for reading!

Benefit Laugh With Me Lee Lee Review


When I had my brows waxed at Benefit, I had a look at all the gorgeous products (who wouldn't?!). I realised that I actually have most of the cosmetic products... and turned to the perfume. The first and only one I picked up was Laugh With Me Lee Lee and I fell in love.

Gorgeous packaging right?! Some people find Benefit's packaging gimmicky but I find it beautiful and fun!

My Struggle With Body Dysmorphia


Hello everyone! I decided to write a blog post about why I started to blog. I thought that having an unhealthy obsession with cosmetics and the way I look was making myself feel worse so I decided to make it a hobby that transformed my obsession into something fun!

What Is Body Dysmorphia?

First of all, if you don't know what Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is, I shall explain briefly here. In my own words, it's an unhealthy obsession with the way that you look. It's not vain, conceited or narcissism, it's a consuming chain of thoughts and behaviours that focus on the way that you look. Almost everyone has things they don't like about themselves, but people with BDD are obsessed by these little things and often-times feel that these tiny flaws are worse than they are. For example, I thought my acne scars were really horrific and noticeable and wouldn't even consider going to the shop downstairs without a full face of make-up because I was worried people would judge me for the way I look.

I don't want to blather on too much about the definition of BDD, because I'm not a professional. If you want more information, these websites make good reading:

Benefit Brow Bar Review (Wax and Tint)


Hello everyone!

It's no secret that I love Benefit's cosmetics. I love their cute packaging and gorgeous products! In addition to this, they do gorgeous eyebrow waxing and tints in their renowned Benefit Brow Bars. I, sadly, don't have any in Canterbury, where I study for uni, so had my eyebrows done when I got home in Essex.

They wax and tweeze your brows in an arch that suits your as an individual, no brows are done the same! First, they tinted my eyebrows to make them a deeper colour and, in turn, making them look less sparse. I look so silly whilst they do this, like I have massive caterpillar eyebrows! However, it's all worth it! They take that off, and begin waxing. It stings a little, of course, but 5 minutes later, the redness cooled down. This is good for me, as I have sensitive skin! So I was able to continue shopping without looking red. They popped a bit of concealer round the eyebrows too, to cover up the red.

And here is the end result!

I love the bold colour and shape!
Have you had your brows done by Benefit?
If you want more information, click here!

Thanks for reading!

Ciate Paint Pot in Sugarplum Review


Hello everyone!

I decided to started painting my nails again, I stopped because I got too lazy and couldn't be bothered removing it. Plus, I'd always end up with a mess all over my hands and be too fidgety to keep my hands still and get them all smudged :(. I've got Netflix now, so I decided I could just veg out with the IT Crowd on whilst I painted my nails and waited for them to dry.

I'm a huge fan of cute pastels and thus decided to buy Ciate's Sugarplum (a pastel purple, shown below) and Baby Doll. Baby Doll is a pastel pink, which I meant to alternate with Sugarplum but forgot... So I'll try that another day!

I really like Sugar Plum! I think it's gorgeous. It's subtle and beautiful, which is just the right thing for me. I don't like really bold colours, because you can notice when they chip off easily and don't really suit my pale skin.

I also find Ciate's packaging really gorgeous, it's so cute and fun!

Here's my (badly) painted nails with Sugar Plum on! Gorgeous!

Thanks for reading!

My Outfit Today!

Today I went to the cinema at uni to have dinner and watched My Neighbour Totoro with my boyfriend, Dan! It was actually a disaster at the beginning... We had to get the bus to uni, which was about every half an hour. When we got off the bus, I realised that I had forgotten my glasses (I'm short-sighted and need them for the cinema!) and the cinema tickets. We had to get a taxi back to the flat and back again to the uni.

When all that was over, it was a really lovely night. Plus, my outfit was so cute (who doesn't love a bow tie?!):

Shirt: Primark
Bow Tie: New Look
Skirt: New Look

Thanks for reading!

Figs & Rouge Mocha Orange Lip Balm


Hey everyone! I'm going to be reviewing Figs & Rouge Mocha Orange Lip Balm. First of all, the packaging is so cute, in a small and adorable tube.

Secondly, it tastes delicious! A fruity orange with coffee-like undertones. It's gorgeous! I really love the taste of this. However, it says its tinted but really doesn't seem like it - it just looks like a simple balm to me. Furthermore, it doesn't last very long, it lasted not even an hour for me.

In summary:

  • Taste: 5/5
  • Colour: 1/5
  • Longevity: 1/5

You can buy from Look Fantastic for £4.95.

Thanks for reading!

Benefit's Hydra-Smooth Lip Colour in Dare Me Review


Hey everyone! I'm reviewing a lipstick from my all-time favourite beauty brand, Benefit!

The shade I'm reviewing is called Dare Me, it's a vivacious hot pink colour that stands out beautifully! I find it a gorgeous colour, that isn't too bold (I'm a bit of a wuss when it comes to bold lip colours) but is highly pigmented and stunning.

Application: As the name suggest, it goes on smoothly; it was easy to apply! It didn't dry out my lips (I suffer from really flaky lips) and made them look smooth. 5/5

Colour: Gorgeous! I'm in love with hot pinks. 5/5

Longevity: It stayed on after walking round town and drinking an iced lemonade fairly well. 3.5/5

Packaging: The packaging is absolutely gorgeous! It sort of looks like a Greek architectual column, which is so appealing to me as a uni student! Once again, Benefit doesn't fail on the packaging front. I love how Benefit packages their products, it's a real strength of theirs! It makes you love the product even more. 5/5

Packaging! (Sorry for the hair, it gets everywhere!)

Swatch without flash.

Swatch - with flash

Me wearing it!

You can buy this from any Benefit counter in stores like Boots or Debenhams for £15. (I used my Debenhams card to get £5 off!)

Thanks for reading!

Blogging music!


Sometimes I just can't sit and write my blog - but if I watch TV then I get too involved and get distracted (oops).

Thus, I like to open Spotify and double-click one of playlists to jam to and keep me focused on my blog. Don't get me wrong, I love writing my blog! I just get too distracted, I have the attention span similar to that of my dog. And she is bad. She looks at you, wanting to play and you pick up a toy to play with her but she changes her mind after two seconds and switches her attention to a new toy. Soon, the room is covered in a myriad of different toys. *Sigh*

Here she is, looking innocent after murdering a toy:

See! I get so distracted! I started writing about my dog when I wanted to write about music to blog to. Anyway, here's the list!

Disney Soundtracks!

I'm a sucker for Disney soundtracks. I listen to them while studying and writing essays, as it perks me up and gives me inspiration! I think that maybe, when I'm finished writing this god-awful essay, I'll be able to watch one!

My favourite Disney soundtracks include:
  • Hercules
  • Mulan (I'll Make a Man Out of You will make you feel like you can achieve anything!)
  • Lion King 1 & 2
  • Tangled
  • Nightmare Before Christmas


  • Fleetwood Mac
  • The National
  • The Smiths
  • Keane
These bands are great to listen to whilst working because they're gentle and relaxing!

Other soundtracks:

  • Harry Potter
  • Final Fantasy 7/8
  • Doctor Who
  • Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack
The Harry Potter soundtrack puts me in such a wonderful mood and creates a magical atmosphere to do work to. The Final Fantasy soundtrack makes me feel like I can achieve anything! Whilst the Doctor Who soundtrack is ambient and beautiful. On the other hand, the Guardians of the Galaxy is - for lack of a better word - funky! It's so upbeat and fun to listen to, I'd recommend it!


What I Love About Autumn

Some people prefer hot, summer months to the chilly autumnal season. I am one of the few who happens to enjoy the colder months and find them comforting (although getting out of bed is harder than ever!). I've compiled a list of why I enjoy Autumn so much, because it's just that great!



I absolutely love wrapping up in jumpers and cardigans in the winter. I feel cosy and contented; I feel its better being wrapped up and warm in the colder months than being hot in summer, whilst my makeup slides off and air conditioning doesn't seem to exist!

In addition, I love to wrap up in cute and adorable jumpers like this one:
Source/Buy From: boohoo
Look how cute and cosy it is!


As you most probably know, I love my tea! During the colder months, I like to curl up with a hot cup of tea even more than I usually do (that's a lot). I also finally bring out my Chai Tea teabags, and indulge myself in the spicy, warming, gorgeous taste and its beautiful scent.



I really love cuddling up with people, especially during the colder months (soooooo cosy)! Dan and I like to take the duvet with us into the living room and watch Doctor Who on the sofa under the covers, it's a wonderful atmosphere and makes me feel secure and snuggly!
(A bonus for me is if I have tea and cuddles)!

It's also lovely curling up with someone and watching Disney movies! My all time favourite Disney movie is Hercules, I know every single word of the script because of how many times I've watched it both as a child and teenager... sad, I know. 


Fluffy Socks

I'm a sucker for fluffy socks. I suffer from Reynaud's Syndrome (information here), where my circulation isn't as good as others people's and my fingers and toes tend to swell up and get really cold. So in the colder months, keeping my extremities warm is a necessity. Fluffy socks are something I can't live without, as even when it's quite warm, I get cold and swollen feet!

My current favourite are these Boofle socks, that I got from Dan with a Boofle Girlfriend Mug!

Source/Buy. Who doesn't love Boofle?!

Autumnal Colours

I've never really experimented with seasons and their corresponding colours, but I really want to experiment with lip colours and perhaps try some berry tones. My current NEED is Nars' Mandore Lip Pencil (which is out of stock on Look Fantastic, grrr):

Source. (out of stock)

Words cannot explain how much I need this lip pencil.

Anyway, that about concludes my list, I hope you enjoyed reading!

Do you prefer colder or warmer months and why?



Thanks for reading!

Sisterhood of Bloggers Award!


First of all, I'd like to thank the wonderful Lauren for nominating me for this award!

How it works:

1. Thank the blogger that nominated you and link back to their blog.
2. Put the award logo on your blog.
3. Answer their ten questions.
4. Make up ten new questions for your nominees.

5. Nominate 10 bloggers for the award.

My Questions:

1. Best movie you've seen this year?
X-Men: Days of Future Past!
2. What's you most worn piece of clothing/accessory?
My plain black skirt, I wear it with everything!
3. What's your favourite/most inspiring place to blog?
This sounds bad, but my bed! It's comfy and warm... I'm totally not in it right now.
4. Do you have any strange or interesting hobbies?
Er, playing video games is interesting I guess?! Otherwise, oops, I'm boring and don't do much :(
5. When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A princess :)
6. One essential  beauty product you can't live without?
Soap and Glory's Supercat Eyeliner, I love my cat flicks!
7. Why did you start blogging?
The 19th of October 2014, so not long!
8. What's the meaning behind the name of you blog?
I love blush, beauty products and tea, so amalgamated the words together!
9. If you could travel through time where would you go?
I'd go back to talk to my teenage self, and tell myself to do things differently.
10. If you could have any super power what would it be? and what would you do with it?
Telekinesis - I could do stuff without moving - what a dream!

Your Questions:

  1. What's your favourite book?
  2. What's your favourite film/TV Show?
  3. What's your favourite soft drink?
  4. When did you start blogging?
  5. What's your dream travel destination?
  6. Are you at/have been to university? 
  7. Favourite high-street shop?
  8. Favourite coffee shop?
  9. What are your aspirations?
  10. Skirt or trousers?



Thanks for reading!

Bourjois 123 Perfect CC Eye Concealer Review


Phew! What a long title. I have to say, I was excited for this to come in the post. It came along with the CC Cream used for the entire face, of which I will review later.

The concealer pen looks like this:
Oh my god my hair gets everywhere, sorry for the strand of hair ruining the photo! As you can see, the concealer comes out at the top through a tube. Although it may look like you can just use it to 'draw' the concealer on your face, you can't. The clear part is hard and rough and drags along the face; it's best to get some on your finger or a brush and apply it that way.

I was searching for an everyday concealer, as the concealers I use at the moment are both high-end (Benefit's Boi-ing and Erase Paste) and thus quite expensive. I was looking for a new concealer to wear to uni so I didn't keep using expensive concealer and save it for days and nights out or when I see Dan's family!

However, I was disappointed with this one. Coverage was average and I found it too drying on my skin. On reflection, I wasn't wearing eye cream at the time, just moisturiser, so it might change if I use eye cream.

BLEEEEEH! Those dark circles. This is me before using the concealer.

This is me after concealer!

Ahem, please excuse my ugly eyebrows, I'm growing them out so I can get them waxed at a Benefit counter when I go home as, somehow, they don't have any in Canterbury?! We have both a Debenhams and a Fenwick and neither offer a Benefit Beauty Bar. :( I'm so sad.

Anyway! It did cancel out some of my dark circles, but I still found it drying when I applied it.

Have you tried this/the CC Cream? How do you feel about it?

Thanks for reading!

Lush Karma Komba Review!

As you probably know, I love Lush products! I actually had a dream that they gave me £600 pounds to spend in-store! I was so happy when I woke up! Only to be disappointed. :(

Anyway! One of the purchases I made in my haul [x] was a shampoo bar: Karma Komba. I knew I needed it because I love the smell of their other Karma products. For those of you who don't know, Karma is a beautiful and strong orange scent.

This is a picture of Karma Komba sitting snug in my Lush Shampoo Bar Case. I had to buy the case otherwise I'd leave it on the side to be covered in water and have less of the product to use, as it would melt away.

Firstly, the scent is divine! It's a citrus, orangey scent that leaves a scent on your hair all day. The scent on your hair isn't as strong as the American Cream conditioner (review here) but you'll get comments from people who happen to be close enough to smell your hair! My hair doesn't need too much conditioning with this either, so it saves money on conditioner (although I like to swap to using Rub Rub Rub and American Cream, oops!) as I bought a Herbal Essences shampoo for £1 that seems to give my hair the subtle conditioning it needs when paired with this softening shampoo bar.

It's a wonderful shampoo bar, my hair is soft and smells gorgeous! Although it's quite expensive at £5.75, it does last a long time. I didn't even fully go through my bar of Seanik (I recently chucked it, as I converted to this and Rub Rub Rub for my hair). So a little goes a very long way!

Buy the shampoo here, and have a look at their range of shampoo bars here on the Lush Website! (Wow I really want Jason and the Argan Oil!)

Thanks for reading!