My general hair care routine has changed A LOT since I made my first hair care video in 2013. I’ll be taking you through my undercut maintenance, hair colouring process, washing and styling. All in 3 minutes! That’s a compact video, for once.
Oh boy do I love this t-shirt, with the little chubby gal. The collection is a collaboration between Monki and the artist Camilla Engström, and consists of a handful of t-shirts with the character Husa (who’s so cute)
This is the best products against spots! I should know, I’ve tried just about EVERYTHING. The contents of the tiny bottle is separated, like oil in water. Don’t shake it before use. Simply dip a cotton bud into the pink part, and apply it to pimples before bedtime. They’ll be dried up in no time! A miracle product indeed.
I love a good face mask! Obviously because it’s great for my skin, but mostly because I find it soothing and comforting to pamper myself. Just chill out with an audio book, a cup of tea and face mask. Here are some of my favourites, for every budget
A cleansing, mineral clay mask for all skin types. Helps unclogs pores and remove impurities.
Contains exfoliating bits, and feel really nice on the skin. It smells kinda weird (my boyfriend think it smells like tequila. I’m not quite sure about that, though)
Removes dead skin cells for radiant skin. Brightens the skin by reducing the appearence of fine lines and scaring.
I use this mask to get fid of my acne scaring. I also get really dull skin, and this is super effective. The skin feels tingly when the mask is applied and I quite like that you can “feel” the mask working.
Avocado and honey £5?
Avocado’s are not only delicious, their high fat content helps moisturize the skin. Honey is antibacterial and therefore helps clean pores.
This is a wonderful natural homemade mask, that you can even eat if you’re feeling peckish. Just mash a tablespoon of avocado with a few squirts of honey. Leave on the skin for 30 minutes.