Anyway back to the post, after christmas I thought I would round up things that I've loved and stood out to me over Christmas time and beyond into January, easily distracted today I keep looking at my living room windows wondering why there are no flashing fairy lights and realise my decs are down I miss my decorations. So what have I liked this month well to start I really love the Palmolive new shower creams, I've got the Vanilla Pleasure one and I literally love this in the shower, I love the smell if you like vanilla then you will be a fan of this, if your not a vanilla fan then maybe not for you as the smell does linger on your skin after. For me I found that the shower cream left my skin nice and soft so this is a winner for me bought it in on offer in Boots and it's so reasonable priced I know it comes in a chocolate version to, I would worry about this as I love chocolate so much I would be tempted to eat it and not use it in the shower, I'm not sure how I would find showering with a chocolate scent but that being said I haven't tried it so I can't knock it, though I would have difficulty going to sleep after showering with this on as I would want to go and get a bar of chocolate.
Next on the list is a product from Revlon which I am loving so much used it loads in December and I'm raving about it, As a big fan of false eyelashes you need a decent glue, I had read good reviews about the Revlon precision clear lash adhesive so I bought it to try myself, it reminds me of a watered down Tippex the application is the same but on your eyelashes not to blot out mistakes, I found it so easy to apply, and my eyelashes stay put all night, and you cannot beat that on a night out thank god. You don't get the dreaded curl up on the end of your lashes either so I'm definitely repurchasing this.
Onto lip gloss this is not a new find to me it's something I love and cannot be without although shamed to say I had ran out of it. It's the Nars Chelsea Girls lip gloss, which the colour I absolutely love it's amazing. I used to have it in a pot which I used with a lip brush to apply, but I now have it in the lipgloss with the applicator version and it's much easier to use. The colour is such a nice natural nude plus I find the gloss doesn't dry your lips out or leave your lips with the dreaded gloppy feel.
Pureology is the next now I bought this shampoo and conditioner as it's free of sulphates and rubbish that your hair doesn't benefit from, I still have extensions in after having my initial set in last year although I've had them cut up to shoulder length. I have found this set lovely and moisturising for my hair, I have read a lot of people have commented they don't like the smell, I actually don't mind it, it's not over powering at all, it is expensive but on the plus you only need to use such a small amount so you do get value for money unless your daughter uses the conditioner to put on her legs before shaving them grrrrrr.
Lastly but not least a product I've never owned or tried before Oribe Dry Texturising Spray this has got a cult following but the price point has put me off before, for a full sized bottle you are looking at £41 which is expensive for a Texturizer however I picked it up in the tiny travel sized size and I love it. I have a mid length tousled style so this spray is perfect for me as in between washes I spray a little and scrunch into my hair and I have a nice manageable unfrizzy tousled wave, trust me to like something that's price point is out my range at the minute, but I can say it's a fab product.
Hope you liked my round up of things I like so far.