Tuesday, 31 October 2017

LUSH HALLOWEEN 2017

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Sparkly Pumpkin Bubble Bar
What's cuter than a pumpkin you can hold in your palm? Scented with sweet Juniperberry oil with a zesty twist of lemon and grapefruit, it creates the bubbliest of bubble baths and fills the room with a spellbinding fragrance.

Pumpkin Bath Bomb
A classic Halloween treat by LUSH the Pumpkin bath bomb has a warm scent of cinnamon and vanilla. It bubbles in the water giving a vibrant orange tint and leaves the skin feeling smooth and soft, perfect for a Winter's night.

Pink Pumpkin Bubble Bar
Bathe pretty in pink with this glitzy ball of prettiness. Bath water fills with glitter and magic with floral fragrances of geranium, jasmine and bergamot oil.

Bewitched Bubble Bar
This black cat definitely does not bring bad luck, it creates the purrrfect bubble bath with essences of Olibanum and Bergamot oil. Just crumble under the tap and enjoy an eruption of bubbles.

Metamorphosis Bath Bomb
For a truly spooky soak the Metamorphis bath bomb is bath time witchcraft. Blended with Myrrh, black pepper and cinnamon it has an irresistible aroma and when dropped into water it releases bursts of pink, yellow and green!



Happy Halloween!

Tamara x

Thursday, 29 June 2017

How I maintain my balayage

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Superdrug Coconut Oil - £2.49
Bleach London Silver Shampoo - £6.50
John Frieda Go Blonder Controlled Lightening Spray - £6.99
Charles Worthington Colour Revive Violet Toning Tinted Colour Mousse - £8.00
OGX Moroccan Argan Dry Oil - £6.99


Regular visits to the hair dressers can be costly but I have the perfect, purse friendly routine for keeping my hair colour vibrant and long lasting.

With my hair bleached, it's prone to becoming dry and brittle and so I often choose to use coconut oil as an overnight treatment to give my locks smooth hydration and to reduce frizz. Along with my regular shampoo and conditioner I also use a toning shampoo to tackle those annoying brassy tones. On towel dry hair I then apply a lightening spray to revive my hair when it starts to appear a little dull. To ensure brassiness is at bay, I comb a toning mousse through damp hair and then style as normal. Finally to finish I spritz a dry oil onto the end of my hair to lock in moisture and give a sleek shine,


Tamara x