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Sunday, 28 August 2016
Earlier this month I was trawling through Instagram as always and spotted quite few images of people using and reviewing the new clay masks by L'Oreal. I had seen them and thought about picking up the Detox one as it was the favourite amongst the reviews. When I logged into my Boots app I saw that rather than paying £5 (usually retail at £7.99) for each I can purchase all 3 for £12, so of course I did!

The Glow Mask description says...

"L'Oreal Pure Clay Facial Masks. For the first time, the L'Oréal Paris laboratories have selected three pure clays and combined them with red algae extract, known for its brightening properties. The beaded, creamy texture illuminates tone by exfoliating the skin's surface without drying it out."

The Purity Mask description says...

"L'Oreal Pure Clay Facial Masks. For the first time, the L'Oréal Paris laboratories have selected three pure clays and combined them with eucalyptus extract, known for its purifying properties. The creamy texture works deep into the pores, leaving skin purified and matte-looking, without drying it out."

The Detox Mask description says...

"L'Oreal Pure Clay Facial Masks. For the first time, the L'Oréal Paris laboratories have selected three pure clays and combined them with charcoal, which acts like a magnet to draw out impurities. The creamy texture detoxifies the skin's surface by cleansing deep into the pores, leaving the skin looking clarified and beautified without drying it out."

Pros

- Fantastic price, even at the original RRP.
- They all have a lovely consistency. 
- They all have a subtle scent so if you aren't a fan of overly perfumed masks I'd try one of these.
- I love that there are different types so you can target a specific area but...
- You can use all three at once. I use the Glow Mask over my cheeks, the Detox Mask on my chin and the Purity Mask on my T-Zone. You see the effects using them one at a time but I like getting a combined effect at least once a week when I give my skin a deep cleanse.
- I've had no breakouts from these which is a plus.
- They don't dry your skin out.

Cons

- Not a huge con but I would say use these before showering. The consistency is so lovely and smooth but when it reacts with water it'll go back to that and it can get messy when washing it off in the sink.

The Verdict

I am in love with these. I love the fact they say you'll get around 10 full face applications so it makes it easier to track use and remind you when you need to repurchase. The Detox Mask is my favourite, it really digs down and clears my pores which is something I've had difficulty finding in skin care products. I have very dry skin but usually get oily in the T-Zone when the weather has been warm so the Purity Mask nips that in the bud. The Glow Mask is still a favourite but one I wouldn't use as much as a skin care treatment. I'm saving it for the winter months so I can have illuminous, dewy skin.

Have you tried the L'Oreal Clay Masks? Which is your favourite?

As always, thanks for reading...This is my last August Review and I know there is three more days left but I have so much planned for Halloween and Christmas (which you'll find out about soon) that I need some time to get it all ready. I will be posting at least once a week until then.

Saturday, 27 August 2016
My mum actually brought this as my hair care products can irritate her scalp and this advertised it will soothe the scalp amongst other qualities. A week before payday I ran out of my usual products and had to use this. I ended up being very torn with the results.

The shampoo product description says...

"We have carefully crafted this ultra-soothing blend with Rice Cream, and Oat Milk, to gently soothe and comfort sensitive scalp. Our light, creamy formula with its delicate fragrance calms sensitive scalp and reduces the feeling of itchiness. Our ultimate blend for a sensitive scalp and fragile hair with Rice Cream & Oat Milk."

The conditioner product description says...

"Our ultimate blend for fragile hair with rice cream & oat milk. nourishes, softens & protects hair. We have carefully crafted this ultra-soothing blend with Rice Cream, and Oat Milk. Hair is enveloped in protective care without being weighed down and feels beautifully silky soft, with a healthy looking shine."

Pros

- It's a good price.
- Gorgeous smell.
- The consistency of the shampoo is quite thick so it needs to be worked but overly gives a lovely lather.
- The conditioner feels thick but washes out well.
- Leaves my hair looking shiny and feeling smooth.
- It doesn't irritate my scalp.

Cons

- My hair can become really flyaway with this and if I don't use a heat protectant it's even worse.

The Verdict

Overall this is one of those love / hate relationship products. It makes my hair feel amazing but can give me quite a few flyaways. When I was able to pick up my normal hair care I used my L'Oreal shampoo and the Garnier conditioner. That kind of tamed the flyaways so I look presentable but it wasn't the result I wanted. I'm very on the fence about recommending it but if you'd like to try it for yourself I'd pick it up whilst it's on offer. 

What do you think of Garnier Ultimate Blends? Does your hair go flyaway after use?

As always, thanks for reading...

Friday, 26 August 2016
I've mentioned before how my mum can get migraines from certain scents. Finding this shower gel that doesn't set them off is a godsend. I can usually find this for £1 and for that price I am getting an amazing shower gel.

The product description says...

"Right Guard have expanded their range of shower gels for women. The new intensive care, shower formula is designed for dry skin and comes as a silky smooth shower oil. It has an inspiring almond oil fragrance and its intense formula is designed to leave dull skin feeling rejuvenated. Experience smooth regenerated skin with this skin friendly shower oil."

Pros

- The texture is very gel like but it melts into a beautiful lather.
- Smells amazing.
- Very moisturising.
- Scent lingers all day.
- Great price - usually find it on offer for a £1.

Cons

-None!

The Verdict

This is a holy grail skincare product for me. I have never had such smooth, hydrated skin from a product at such an amazing price. There are so many scents to chose from but I would highly recommend the Monoi Blossom one. It's not too floral, has a subtle almost musky scent to it and it's really comforting.


Have you tried any of the Right Guard Shower & Oils Shower Gels? Which scent do you prefer?

As always, thanks for reading...

Thursday, 25 August 2016
I realised that all my nail products bar one were from Barry M and decided to pick up another brand and these two from Rimmel really stood out for me. They are both the 60 second drying ones but the green one is from Rita Ora's range with Rimmel which is why the top is different.

The product description says...

"60 Seconds Super Shine nail polish from Rimmel London! New and improved formula for Chip resistant, anti-fade high shine colour for up to 10 days with precision maxi brush, glides perfectly on the nail, for a flawless professional like finish with a quick drying formula dries in less than 60 seconds."
Shades: Roll In The Grass and Ethereal

Pros

- A good colour range.

Cons

- Consistency was very gloopy.
- It doesn't dry in 60 seconds, in fact I waited 5 minutes, touched the top to see if it was dry and left a fingerprint. 
- Chipped easily, it didn't last past 3 days.
- Weren't as pigmented as I thought they'd be.
- The brush is really wide and it isn't easy to handle.

The Verdict

I was really unhappy with this product which is a shame because I really loved how the colours looked in the bottle. The pink took a good 3 coats before you got any pigmentation and with the gloopy consistency it looked really bulbous and ended up peeling off.
I'm really sorry Rimmel but I wouldn't recommend these.


Have you tried the 60 second nail varnishes from Rimmel? What do you think of them?

As always, thanks for reading...
Wednesday, 24 August 2016
I was ecstatic when Make Up Forever started to be sold in the UK through Debenhams and I only purchased one item - the HD Foundation. I was excited to try this and I wore it almost everyday for a month, until I realised it wasn't 100% perfect.

The product description says...

"An oil-free & velvety fluid makeup Provides medium to full yet seamless coverage Hides blemishes, imperfections & evens out skin tone Renders you a perfect & beautiful complexion Enriched with moisturising agents to keep skin supple Leaves skin soft & luminous Suitable for all skin types"

Pros

- Blendable 
- Can use well with buffer brush or beauty blender.
- Covers redness really well.
- A little goes a long way.
- Does have a seamless coverage.
- Only need one pump for a medium coverage, one and a half for a full coverage.

Cons

- On the pricey side at £29.
- Colour match wasn't perfect.

The Verdict

I was not overly impressed with this as I thought I would be. The coverage is great, it is seamless but as the foundation starts to set and as the day goes on it gets darker. With me being the palest of the pale it was not a good match. Unfortunately there isn't a paler shade for me to try so I won't be purchasing this again.

What do you think of the Make Up Forever HD Foundation? Would you recommend the Ultra HD over this Original HD?

As always, thanks for reading...

Tuesday, 23 August 2016
The L'Oreal True Match foundation was in a lot of Youtubers favourites or best drugstore foundation videos. I had never really thought about trying this foundation as the lightest shade I could find was Ivory. One day when shopping through Boots I saw they had a Rose Ivory and it was for pink undertoned skin which would suit me better, so I picked it up.

The product description says...

"True match, super blendable foundation. The new formula contains 3 new shade enhancers for shade matching precision.Skin perfecting pigments and the ultra gliding creamy texture give a homogeneous finish.
Even better colour matching, and more luminous and radiant skin than before.
Even longer wear and better comfort.
All you see is your skin at it's best."

Pros

- This is super blendable without the consistency being too runny.
- Fantastic colour range.
- Can be worked into the skin well with a foundation, buffer or silk finish brush as well as a beauty blender.
- Great price at £9.99 and usually on a 3 for 2 offer.
- Medium coverage but you can build it to a full coverage.
- A little goes a long way.
- Fantastic colour match.
- Lovely pump bottle design.
- Skin left with a dewy, radiant finish.

Cons

- None!

The Verdict 

This has become my go to day to day foundation and I am so pleased with it. Usually I compromise on day to day foundations because of price. With this I use one pump for the whole face, conceal some little blemishes I may have and I have an amazing base for the rest of the day. I would highly recommend it!

What do you think of the L'Oreal True Match Foundation? Do you use this on a day to day basis?

As always, thanks for reading...

Monday, 22 August 2016
If you have been following my blog then you would know I have been trying new skin care brands and products in an attempt to combat my dry skin and breakouts. With this I have changed my diet, I'm drinking more water...etc but the route of my breakouts is my Colitis medication. After speaking to a doctor I found that I will continue to have breakouts like many other people who are on the same medication / in the same position and I could be referred to a dermatologist. He explained that the dermatologist will be able to prescribe me a cream or an oral medication but they are used for acne and it may be too harsh for my skin and may not serve as a solution.  

I decided to hold off as I was still just into using Nip & Fab. I had never used a skin care product with high Glycolic Acid and to my surprise I saw some really amazing results and extended my usual 30 day challenge to 60 days.

My skin before any of the 30 day challenges (30th March 2015)
My skin after using Proactiv (3rd July 2016)
My skin after using Nip & Fab

I started using the Nip & Fab Glycolic Cleansing Fix, The Glycolic Fix Serum and the Kale Dry Skin Fix Moisturiser. Then after 30 days and seeing a change in my skin I added two new products; the Bee Sting Fix Toning Pads and the Bee Sting Fix Cream Deluxe. 

As you can see there has been a huge difference in my skin in just under 18 months and although I have had to come to terms that I will breakout with my medication now and then, I have found using Nip & Fab the best at dealing with it. 
The biggest change I've noticed has been with my redness. Usually I would use a scrub to combat the breakouts knowing full well I'd have redness but with the Nip & Fab scrub I've never had that after use. I actually started with the cleanser so I wouldn't have to deal with the redness issue and although the cleanser is brilliant and I still use it regularly, I just needed a scrub to really get down into my pores.
The other change I've noticed is the amount of breakouts and the quickness in which the products act. I would breakout with one big spot followed by a few smaller in the same area (Like in the first and second picture). Now I usually have one or two spots break in the same place that are around the same size (like in the last picture).
The only downside out of all the products for me was the Kale Dry Skin Moisturiser. I do absolutely love the scent, the texture and the fact it minimise my pores but I still had quite dry skin and found myself having to use a lot of product. That's why I switched it out for the Bee Sting Fix Cream Deluxe as it was a lot more hydrating.

I will be sticking with Nip & Fab for the foreseeable future as I can see it is actually making a difference and I hope it will continue to do that!

What do you think of Nip & Fab? Have you tried any of their other ranges?

As always, thanks for reading...
Sunday, 21 August 2016
This was definitely an extravagant, impulse buy. I was shopping online for some birthday presents, saw there was a 30% off offer and decided I'd been umm-ing and aah-ing over it for so long that I may as well purchase it whilst having the discount code.

The product description says...

"Discover our new Drops of Youth™ Bouncy Sleeping Mask, enriched with Edelweiss stem cells. Designed to be left on overnight, it leaves skin looking bouncier and feeling replenished. Youth-enhancing formula for bouncier-looking skin. Unique bouncy, memory shape texture. With Edelweiss stem cells."

Pros

- Skin feels replenished, smooth and hydrated.
- I always have less redness when waking up the next morning.
- Long Lasting.
- No irritation or breakouts.
- Lovely smell.

Cons

- On the pricier side at £24.
- Has quite a sticky/tacky feel to it as it sets.

The Verdict

This is one of those products that I get on well with but I keep forgetting I have. I only use it twice a week at the most as a top up to keep my skin hydrated as it is very dry. It also keeps my skin looking smooth, less red and minimises my pores.
I wouldn't 100% recommend this. As I don't use it often enough and a lot of people have reviewed that they see more of an effect when using other products from the Drop Of Youth range, I'd purchase on offer if you are to use sparingly.

Have you use the Drops Of Youth Bouncy Sleeping Mask? Do you use in in conjunction with other products from the Drops Of Youth range?

As always, thanks for reading...
Saturday, 20 August 2016
I've used the L'Oreal Infallible foundation before and despite it not holding up well in warmer weather, I really liked it. I went back to pick up another bottle and saw L'Oreal had a 3 for 2 offer and released some new products. I decided to pick up the Infallible Mattifying Primer thinking it would help the foundation and be a good switch up from previous primers I've used that weren't mattifying.

The product description says...

"L'Oreal's first priming base in a gel that mattifies the skin.
Prepares and smoothes skin by minimising imperfections, pores and shine. Mattifying effect. Instantly transforms skins texture for an even surface with velvet-soft touch. Foundation glides seamlessly across it."

Pros

- Mattifies.
- Affordable and regularly on an offer.
- A little goes a long way.
- Works well with the Infallible Foundation, held up better in the heat.
- Feels light and smoothes over the skin.
- Has a non-greasy silicone texture.
- Shrinks pores.
- Doesn't move over the face when applying foundation.

Cons

- I don't like the packaging as much. As it starts to run out it doesn't all squeeze out. I actually cut the tube in half, scoop out the rest and I can get over a weeks worth of use from that.
- I've found this only works well with liquid foundations. I find powders clung onto the skin quite thick and heavy.

The Verdict

This is such a good primer for liquid foundation and I hope they put it into a pump bottle design soon. As I pointed out it does everything it promises to and the bonus for me is that it sinks into the skin quick. When I've used primers like Collection's it takes a while for it to sink or it can sit on the skin. As you start to buff foundation you can feel it move and mix with the primer. 
I'm really happy with L'Oreal's Primer and I would recommend it to those of all skin types. 


Have you tried L'Oreal's Infallible Mattifying Primer? Do you prefer it to other primers?

As always, thanks for reading...
Friday, 19 August 2016
These are more liquid lipsticks that I brought last Christmas as a little treat to myself and with more brands bringing out their own I kind of neglected them. Around the time I purchased these there were so many pictures over Instagram as a few colours were produced after Harry Potter and Disney Characters. I of course purchase two - Aurora and Dutchess which are a lovely pink/plum and shimmery red colour.

The product description says...

"Fairy tales do come true with  fairy dusted waterproof StudioShine Lip Lustre. Specially formulated for a unique metallic matte finish on the lips."
 Shade: Aurora
Shade: Dutchess

Pros

- This doesn't budge when drinking.
- It doesn't budge when eating lightly or with utensils - I once had a burger and it wore on the inside of the lip but it wasn't overly noticeable.
- At just under £10 each they are a good price for the longevity of the product.
- Amazing colour range and they're really pigmented.
- You only need a light layer.
- Waterproof.
- A brilliant angled doe foot applicator which for me makes upper lip application a lot easier!

Cons

- A little drying in comparison to other brands.

The Verdict

These seriously do not budge throughout the day, with heavier evening meals you can see wear but they're perfect for work or evenings out where you've already eaten. The only downside to these is that they are so hard to get hold of, especially the Harry Potter ones.

Have you tried the LA Splash Lip Lustres? or Have you tried any of the other lip products from LA Splash Cosmetics?

As always, thanks for reading...
Thursday, 18 August 2016
I got the OPI Original Nail Envy as a birthday treat (thanks Sandra!) and it has been the most amazing Nail Strengthener I've ever used. I've spoken before about trying to grow my nails and how difficult I found it to keep them strong, if you are in the same boat, this is what you need!

The product description...

"Nail Envy Nail Strengthener Original Formula by OPI provides maximum strength formula with hydrolysed protein and calcium helps nails grow harder, longer, and stronger, and resist peeling, cracking and splitting. To strengthen natural nails, apply two coats of O.P.I Original Nail Envy, followed by one coat every other day."

Pros

- In about a week I saw a lot of difference in the strength of my nails.
- Glides on easy.
- Leaves a lovely shine.
- Approved the appearance of my nails.
- Long lasting.
- A great alternative to a base coat.
- Found my nails don't split or snag as often as they did.

Cons

- None!

The Verdict

If you are having strength problems with your nails I would 100% recommend this. It may be on the pricier side out of the majority of nail brands but it works very well and is long lasting. They even do ones targeted to maintenance, a matte finish, dry-brittle nails, soft-thin nails and with colour. 


Have you tried OPI's Nail Envy? What did you think of it?

As always, thanks for reading...
Wednesday, 17 August 2016
Along with new Nail Paints I needed both a top coat and base coat to keep it from chipping. Barry M actually do a 3 in 1 Base Coat, Top Coat and Nail Harder, so it would save you buying multiple items. At the time Tesco had a buy two for £5 offer so I picked up a matte top coat to go along with it.

The product description for the 3 in 1 says...

"Barry M All In One contains base coat, top coat and nail hardener! It's ideal for use with any Barry M Nail Paint colour, from any of the Barry M ranges (including Gelly and Glitter). High quality All In One Formulation, Generous 10ml Bottle and Amazing value at just £2.99"

The product description for the matte says...

"We always recommend the use of a top coat after applying any nail paint. Now you can Mattify any shade or add a coat after applying one of our existing matte shades for added protection."

Pros

- Both dry really quick.
- The 3 in 1 really works well as a base coat, top coat and nail hardener.
- The matte not only does as it says but makes every colour I've used look amazing.
- Affordable.
- Doesn't dry out.
- Doesn't Chip

Cons

- The 3 in 1 has quite a stronger smell than other Barry M products.

The Verdict

I love these! I don't use the 3 in 1 as a base coat often because a lot of nail varnishes go on better without one. As a top coat it's brilliant but as a nail hardener, I can honestly say that it's not the best in comparison to others on the market. I love to use OPIs Nail Envy which will be reviewed tomorrow! The matte top coat dries so quick it's unreal. I love a matte nail too which is such a bonus, especially when I have a pastel shade.


What do you think of these two products? Do you agree with what I find to be their pros and cons?

As always, thanks for reading...

Tuesday, 16 August 2016
Two more favourites from the Barry M Nail Paint line are the Quick Dry ones. I only have two of these, the grey because it is suitable for work and the blue to match a dress I wore when I went to London for dinner.

The product description says...

"Speedy Nail Paint dries at lightning speed for a perfect mani in seconds. With an innovative new flat brush for an even easier application, a more precise finish can be achieved in just 2 quick coats!"
Shades from left to right: Supersonic & Pit Stop

Pros

- Good mix of pastel, bright and sparkly colours.
- Does dry quick - though I would recommend waiting between coats.
- Affordable.
- Doesn't chip.
- Has a lovely finish.

Cons

- Found it dries in the bottle quicker than other Nail Paints.
- The sparklier one needed more than two coats.

The Verdict

These are really good Nail Paints. I would still pick the Coconut Infusions over them but I love how you can get away without using a base coat on these. However, I would recommend a top coat if you work in retail or have a hands on job.

What do you think of the Speedy Quick Dry Nail Paint? Would you recommend these over the Coconut Infusions?

As always, thanks for reading...
Monday, 15 August 2016
A couple of months ago I reviewed the Sally Hansen Maximum Growth Nail Treatment and since then I have brought quite a few nail varnishes. These first four are by Barry M and they are the coconut infusion ones. I actually included two of these in a recent giveaway! 

The product description says...

"Barry M Coconut Infusion is an entirely new and innovative Nail Paint formulation.
Its unique, caring blend of Coconut Water and Coconut Oil gently hydrates and nourishes nails while delivering a beautifully smooth, gel-like glossy manicure.
Enriched with anti-oxidizing properties, the strengthening benefits of patented Hexanal and Vitamins B & C, nails will be repaired and replenished, resulting in a brighter, healthier looking, long lasting finish.
Its exclusive High Reflective Resin System offers lustrous shine, fluid coverage and amazing depth of colour."
Shades from left to right: Aloha, Laguna, Surfboard & Bikini.

Pros

- Infused with coconut water and oil to hydrate and nourish the nails.
- Lovely range of summer colours.
- Doesn't chip.
- Has a really high shine.
- The consistency isn't too thin.
- Only need two coats!

Cons

- Cannot wear a base coat with them.

The Verdict

Barry M has some amazing Nail Paints but so far these are my favourites. I love that they are infused with coconut water and oil but it means that an undercoat wouldn't help you get the full effect. My first thought was that they'd chip easily but found my painted nails lasted 5 days before seeing any damage; and I work in retail! I hope they release these in darker shades for the Autumn/Winter.


What do you think of the new Coconut Infusion Nail Paints? What colour would you chose?

As always, thanks for reading...
Sunday, 14 August 2016
I have been through quite a few brow products over the past couple of years. I knew that most people's holy grail product was the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz but when I had a look at it, I felt it was too thin for me. I usually prefer a thinner pencil crayon but I am heavy handed and was scared I'd snap most of it of with each use. Last year Anastasia released the new Brow Definer which has a triangular shaped brow crayon thats twistable. It sounds really strange but it gives you a pointed tip for definition and lining with a wider part for filling in.

The product description says...

"Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer is a duo-ended wand that crafts a sumptuous pair of eyebrows effortlessly.
Gliding seamlessly across the brow, Brow Definer imparts decadent coverage and shape to the arch, ensuring that the perfect look is achieved. Formed using a triangular tip that can be used to add a solid or faded outline and definition to the brows and a soft-bristled arch brush to guarantee flawless blendability, this innovative beauty tool works tirelessly to provide an enviable effect with an enchantingly natural finish.
Full creativity and control is supplied instantly with this five-years-in-the-making beauty necessity from the genius' at Anastasia Beverly Hills, with the ability to create thin, hair-like strokes, medium strand effects and strong broad definition, crafting the perfect look for the brows.
With a sumptuously creamy formula, this revolutionary brow enhancer allows for full creative control and precision application. Available in an array of shades from neutral blonde to deep black, Brow Definer is a certified beauty essential and will make the perfect addition to any Anastasia Beverly Hills fanatic's brow collection.
Master the art of the brows with Brow Definer from the pure genius' at Anastasia Beverly Hills."

Pros

- Huge colour range.
- I love the shape.
- Long lasting.
- Comes with a brush on the other end.
- Affordable.
- The pencil isn't too soft. 

Cons

None!

The Verdict

I love this product, it has become my go to brow pencil. I don't think I'd ever try the Brow Wiz because this just works so well for me but I am interested in the Dipbrow Pomade.
This retails at £16.00 and some may say, how is that affordable? I brought this product in November 2015 and I didn't have to repurchase until June 2016. I am using this product daily and it lasts for 7 Months. My previous pencil by Soap and Glory cost £8 and I brought one every month and a half so I do see this as cost effective in comparison.

What do you think of the Brow Definer? Do you prefer it to the Brow Wiz?

As always, thanks for reading...
Saturday, 13 August 2016
I love Aussie hair care, especially in hotter weather. I usually use the Take The Heat shampoo and conditioner but we had a scorching heat wave and my hair was so, so dry. I asked if it was in stock but sadly my local boots had sold out. The girl I spoke to suggested a moisturising shampoo and conditioner if I was already using a heat protectant, to try and get some life back into my hair. I decided to pick up the Miracle Moist as it was in the 3 for £10 offer and I managed to get a Take The Heat, heat protectant to help.

The Shampoo description says...

"It's a miracle (well kind of). Not like childbirth or solar eclipse, but our Aussie Shampoo Miracle Moist formula, with Australian Macadamia Nut Oil, infuses moisture into dry, damaged hair helping to condition and smooth Native to the land down under, the Macadamia nut is rich in oils, and has been used in Australia for centuries. And it would have stayed their little secret if it hadn't been for, an intrepid 19th century explorer who schlepped halfway across the world and brought it back for the rest of us. What a guy.
The Aussie Philosophy - "There's more to life than hair, but it's a good place to start"
Features and Benefits
Shampoo for hair that's dry, damaged, a bit unhappy.
With Australian Macadamia nut oil.
Helps to condition and smooth hair."

The Conditioner description says:

"Aussie Miracle Moist Conditioner special formula, with Australian Macadamia Nut Oil, helps condition and smooth hair. Bad hair days will be a dark, distant memory, and not answering the door because you haven’t done your hair will be a thing of the past. Native to the land down under, the Macadamia nut is rich in oils, and has been used in Australia for centuries. And it would have stayed their little secret if it hadn't been for, an intrepid 19th century explorer who schlepped halfway across the world and brought it back for the rest of us. What a guy.
The Aussie Philosophy - "There's more to life than hair, but it's a good place to start"
Features and Benefits
Conditioner for hair that's dry, damaged, a bit unhappy.
With Australian Macadamia nut oil.
Infuses moisture into dry damaged hair, leaving it soft, smooth and conditioned."

Pros

- Shampoo had such a good lather -like the other Aussie shampoos I had tried.
- I love the fresh smell.
- Great offer.
- A little will go a long way.
- The conditioner sank into my hair and washed out well.
- My hair had dried quicker.
- It came out softer.
- Most importantly, it was well hydrated from root to tip.

Cons

- None!

The Verdict

I 100% recommend this. It did everything it said and the bonus is - it did a lot more. I had no issues with tangles, no issues with the smell or the way my hair was after. For me Aussie may be a little on the pricier side when outside of an offer but you pay for an amazing result. 
Have you tried Aussie before? Do you have a favourite range?

As always, thanks for reading...

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