Saturday, 14 March 2015
Lazy guide to beauty
I normally take the longest way ever to get ready and do everything it even takes me ages to wash my hair and it ends up becoming such a faff I dread doing it. Having a shower takes me as long as running a bath and sitting in it I just think I need a rocket somewhere if you know what I mean, so I thought I would compile a list of things I've got that you can use to speed up the process.
Philip Kingsley Elasticizer
This is one of my fav haircare products you might be thinking how can this be a time saving product, well for me I yes this on a weekend, if I'm not going anywhere I will get up and dampen my unruly hair and pump some of this cream into my hands and then literally work this into my hair brush through stick on a hair band and carry out my day. Sometimes I will go to bed with this on and sort it out the next day. To remove you rinse your hair and then wash out, your left with revitalised and soft hair, this stuff really is a miracle in a bottle, expensive to buy, but the bottle is huge and I have this for ages, so to me using once a week it's totally justified it's like 50 pence a week.
Vaseline Spray & Go
As far as quick body moisturising goes you don't get much better than this, perfect for taking on holiday to I'm never without a tin of this. My favourite one is the yellow one the oat extract I like the smell it's not heavy or overly perfumed. You simply spray slightly rub in and job done.
Nivea In Shower Moisturiser
I'm never without this in my bathroom either, perfect for lazy girl moisturising, simply as the advert says shower as normal with your normal product then slaver this on, I've loved Nivea since I used to go beauty shopping when I was a teen buying Nivea Visage products thinking I was so cool, Nivea do not disappoint never heavily perfumed and this moisturiser leaves your skin lovely and soft to the touch whoever thought of this is genius.
Percy & Reed Foaming Treatment Mask
I'm sure by now you will have heard of Percy & Reed if you haven't one half of the duo Paul Percival just recently cut Cheryl's hair and incidentally I love her new look. So back to the product this is great if you have fine hair that needs conditioning but without being weighed down. Simply wash your hair and pump a tennis ball amount into your palm and work through your hair and rinse, it absorbs quickly into your hair so there's hardly anything to rinse out - hence the lazy treatment that works. I love this and have to hide from my daughter.
What are your lazy go to products: