beauty

A job audition with Benefit

This post is one from my old blog that still seems popular.  I was at the time under the impression that they were a cruelty free company and would not apply to work for them now knowing they aren’t.

For the benefit (get it?)  of those wondering what a trial for a company like Benefit is like I am reposting this blog.

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The phone interview was very brief, I would say no more than 10 minutes and it was very basic questions like “Why do you want to work for us?”, “What do you know about the Debenhams brand”, “Tell me about a time when you have gone above and beyond for a customer” etc.

They called me back a whole 9 minutes after the phone interview to invite me to the audition.  I know from reading other blogs that they aren’t always so quick and I guess it would depend on where the Benefit store you applied for is based i.e. in Boots, Debenhams or elsewhere.

I was advised to arrive early and to wear all black and so that is exactly what I did.  I also started to Google for any information that might help me get the job!  There were a few blogs and they were very useful although some were a few years old.  I decided I would blog my experience of the audition process to help any other applicants out there feel a little more at ease with the process they would be going through.

When I arrived 4 other girls were already waiting at the stand.  Through chatting while we waited we discovered who had applied for what store and what their current/last job was.  At this point I realised 2 already worked at other make-up counters in the store (YSL and Dior) and a third was a make-up artist currently out of work as the last store she was working for had closed.  There was also one no show.

The area manager brought us all up to a training room where we spent approximately 90 minutes learning about traffic stopping, some products and an application routine to use to demonstrate the products to potential customers.

With the traffic stopping she showed us how she would stop people and what she would say.  She then went on to go over peoples reasons to not want to try make-up on from “I don’t have much time” to “I have the children with me” and “I have sensitive skin”.  Having read up on the audition process online I expected 4 items that lots of people mentioned but we actually were given 6.

  • It’s Potent
  • Porefessional
  • You Rebel (in 2 shades)
  • Benetint
  • High Beam
  • They’re Real

The manager wanted to bring a member of her sales team up to demo the make-up process but as she was busy I volunteered to let her do it on me.  We learned a few facts about each item to talk about while applying them to customers e.g. that It’s Potent contains vitamins A and E and that the skin around the eye area is actually 40% thinner than the rest of the face.  She also showed us how to apply it and told us the importance of using the disposable applicators (which if you study beauty you know why it is important but as it is not a requirement to have a make-up background to do the job I guess that is why they go into these details).

Once she was done showing us how she would do it we took time to do it on each other in pairs.  This was a good time to repeat and go over what it was we needed to know for the floor.  My partner and I actually quizzed each other a little on each product asking what its features and benefits were.

When she felt we were ready she advised us we would be going to the shop floor and should we feel uncomfortable and like the job was not one we would enjoy we could stop our audition and leave at any point but equally they would stop us if they felt we were not what they were looking for.  After this we were all taken down to the shop floor and advised we had 45 minutes to an hour to go out and traffic stop.  We could pick whichever item we wanted to bring with us to use to demonstrate and encourage the shoppers over to the stand.

I started with Porefessional while most of the others went for They’re Real as it came with a laminate sheet showing the full effect of the mascara.  I managed to get a shopper over to the stand very quickly as I spotted a girl from my class at a till with her mum.  She kindly agreed to come with me to the stand to help my “bums on seats” figure.  I did the routine on her while one of the girls who worked on the stand took her mum to another seat and showed her some items too.  Although I knew she wouldn’t be buying anything just having her sit down built my confidence up to go out to find the next person.

All in all I had 6 people come over to the counter with me.  I reffered 2 of these onto the counter staff as I suggested one would benefit from a brow powder (we could not demo or sell anything we had not been trained in and so had to pass them on) and the second wanted a full coverage foundation rather than a tinted moisturiser.  Although I passed 2 clients on both went on to purchase items and I also sold a mascara to one of the other shoppers who sat with me.

After what felt like it could have been an hour I went to ask how long we had left and was advised that it was time for my interview as I had passed the audition process.  Yeay me.  I was also advised that 3 of the other 4 had been sent home and thus only 2 of us would be having the interview.

The interview was very similar to the phone interview with a few extra questions such as what pay I would be hoping for and did I feel the job would be one I could do on a day to day basis (it is).

They advised that I would hear back by Monday at the latest but hopefully by today.  Needless to say I have not heard from them today but as I have read that they can take their time with letting candidates know either way I am not too shocked.

I am hopeful that when I do hear from them it will be good news but if I am turned down at least it is because I was beaten by a girl who already works for Dior and that I got further than the MUA and the girl who works for YSL.

Since I was invited to the interview I have been asking myself “Do I really want the job?”  Well yes, it should pay better than I receive at the moment and there is also commission.  The contract hours are also more than I have with my current employer and they are aware I am going to resume my studies and happy to work around them come September.  It was also give me a great opportunity to be applying make-up to people on a regular basis.  So here’s keeping everything crossed that they call me on Monday with some good news and of course I will keep you updated on which way the axe fell

 

*update* I didn’t get the job.  A small blessing as this was the time when I started working as an assistant manager with Lush!

 

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beauty, make-up

Who does it better – Tarte vs Revolution

Sometimes people tell me there are dupes of my favorite products out there and I roll my eyes because they just aren’t the same.  They might do the same thing and look similar but the effect or quality is compromised.

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I am a huge love of Tarte and their Shape Tape.  I not only love the concealor, I also love their foundation and it is my go to combo if I am going somewhere nice.  They are not however cheap, at £22 for the concealor and £33 for the foundation that is a fairly pricey combo to use for every day wear.  Step in Revolution.

My ears started to prick up when Georgie was talking about this concealer on the regular and so I decided for £4 I would give it a go.  It could after all be the perfect cheaper alternative to wear to work and it is easily picked up in Superdrug whereas I have to order Tarte online.

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So who does it better you ask?  Well, I decided to put them to the test.  Below you will see me with no concealer on, I do still have some mascara and brow pencil on but I have removed the rest to best show you the difference.  It’s safe to say my eyes really do need help to brighten them up because with 3 kids and an early start every day for work, sleep is not my friend.

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The next photos are me wearing concealer.

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The applicators are similar, however the consistency of the Revolution is definitely oilier than the Tarte.

Effect wise, they both have great shade range and offer similar coverage with Tarte slightly in the lead with better coverage and drying slightly more matte.

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If they both cost the same amount I would say that Tarte was the superior formula because it is, however when you realise you could buy 5 of the Revolution vs the Tarte you can’t really fault revolution for being slightly behind on the quality front.

So does revolution count as a quality dupe?  I would say yes, it offers great value for money and a very similar effect, in fact I guarantee if I went to work with one eye done with each nobody would notice!

I will still keep both in my collection, Tarte really is my true love, however the Revolution is likely to become my every day choice due to the price.

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Have you tried both? Who do you think does it better?

Emmy x

Christmas, Seasonal Beauty

Cruelty Free Advent Calendars for 2018

Beauty based advent calendars have become ever more popular in the last few years and brands are not disappointing with their offerings for those of us looking Cruelty Free and/or vegan options this year.

It’s always advisable to buy early as many of the best beauty advent calendars will sell out early and I am desperately trying to work out which one I should go for this year.  I have compiled a top 10 – perhaps you can help me pick!

 


1. Elemis (£150 with £347 of contents)


I was super excited to see this one advertised in early September.  It’s an online exclusive and packed full of amazing travel size products as well as a full size Marine Cream.  If you enjoy quality skincare then this could be the one calling to you provided you are happy going big budget and having a veggie friendly option (It may be vegan but you would need to double check the individual ingredients).

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2 – Revolution (£120 – contains £149 of product)


At the time of writing, this calendar is reduced to £80 on the Superdrug website, further incentive to buy early.  If you love going out over the festive period and going glam with your make-up then this calendar will have you sorted.  More make-up than you could shake a stick at and a wide variety of products to work your way through.

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3. Make Up Revolution (£50)


As with the last one, this one is currently reduced to £30 on the Superdrug Website.  Again it is packed full of make-up.  Less in the way of palettes but still lots of variety for the cost.

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4. 12 Days of Liz Earle (£80)


Okay, so not strictly a full advent calendar but Liz Earle is another cruelty free skincare brand I love.  At £80 it is much less than the Elemis one, though with half the products it’s arguably no better value, just kinder to the pocket in the short term.

My top tip would be if you are holding off on buying just yet, watch out for the Boots extra points events because you could end up getting £10+ back in points with this purchase.  This is another veggie friendly company but some products contain honey and beeswax so please double check if buying for a vegan.

 

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5. Superdrug Bloom 12 Days Perfume Advent Calendar (£24)


VEGAN ALERT – this one is for you.  Bloom perfumes are all vegan friendly and this was such a popular advent calendar last year that I couldn’t not put it on this years list.  This contains 12 x 8ml bottles and offers you the chance to try a good variety of their range.  Perfect if you enjoy trying lots of different fragrances or like to wear different scents to fit different moods.

At the time of writing, this too is half price and retailing for £12

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6. Bloom 25 days Candle Advent Calendar (£24)


Oh I am a big lover of a scented candle, are you?  If so then this boy is the one for you.  There are 6 different scents with 4 tea lights in each scent.  There is also a tea light holder (I assume on day one?) to pop them all into.  Without a doubt a great way to keep your house smelling magical over the Christmas season.  It’s vegan friendly and reduced to £12 at the moment, I will definitely be grabbing one of these!

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7. The Body Shop (£45, £65 and £99)


Every year The Body Shop knock it out of the park with a choice of 3 advent calendars to suit a variety of pockets and are veggie friendly.  Each one is worth around double the value you pay and the come filled with delightful goodies (most in mini sizes) to give you the chance to pamper yourself and try loads of new products.

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8. Bare Minerals, Out of this World (£79 worth £281)


This is without a doubt amazing value for money.  Bare Minerals have opted for minis to let us try as many products as possible while keeping the price relatively low.  People who use Bare Minerals in my experience normally swear by the whole range, so this could be a great gift if you have a Bare Minerals lover in your house.

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9. Charlotte Tilbury, Magic Beauty Universe (£150)


Charlotte Tilbury always make their packaging look magical and this one follows that trend.  This one isn’t available until October 4th and after the success of last years Naughty and Nice Magic Box I would put money on it selling out very quickly so please put it in the diary if you want this one!

I haven’t seen a list of contents yet but it will certainly be a very luxurious mixture of treats to indulge yourself on the run up to Christmas.

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10. Hotel Chocolat, The Dark Chocolate Advent Calendar (£12.50)


Okay, if you REALLY want chocolate then who am I to argue.  Hotel Chocolat have this cracking dark chocolate one available that is vegan friendly to let you count down the days munching your way through chocolate penguins, snowmen and Christmas trees.  Winner!

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So hit me, have any of these caught your eye?  Or any tips of what cruelty free delights you are planning to go for this Christmas?

Emmy x

beauty, Skincare

Lush Showcase – Skincare Favorites

It goes without saying that the Lush Showcase is magical, it’s filled with innovation and things to make you think.

After listening to lots of people talking about reducing consumption and packaging, I was beyond excited when I seen naked cleansers.  Some vintage ones like Baby Face and Sweet Japanese girl and lots of new ones including Tea Totaler and Sleepy Face.

As my bag was AWOL and I only had a sample of Ultrabland to use, I was very excited to give the Sleepy Face a go straight away.

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The perfect bedtime cleanser to help you get your skin ready to drift off to sleep.  Honestly, this stuff is like a massage bar and melts with body heat so easily.  It glided onto my face and after I massaged it in, I removed it with a warm face cloth.  There aren’t many things that have made my skin feel as soft and hydrated as this product did.

I adored the mild scent from it and there was zero tightness on my skin after using it.  I can imagine this cleanser will only last me a month or 2 if using morning and night every day as its a little on the small side so I am gutted I didn’t stash up and buy a few more.  Hopefully I will get the opportunity to grab it again in the not so distant future because I would love to see this range make its way into stores.

 

Next we have Sweet Japanese Girl and Baby Face.  These guys are retro favorites that work in a similar way to the Sleepy Face.  Melt onto the skin, massage in and remove with a warm damp cloth.  For a little bit more than a basic cleanse, Sweet Japanese girl contains ground almond and aduki beans to gently exfoliate the skin while cleansing. These exfoliators also give it a slightly nutty fragrance.

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Tea Totaler is the same mini size as Sleepy Face but this one is designed for anyone with congested skin or breakouts.  You can smell it’s antiseptic properties right away.  It contains tea tree and witch hazel to help kill bacteria and reduce any selling.  I gave this a go tonight as I have a few breakouts on my jaw line that desperately need the TLC this product will give to nip them in the bud.

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Were you at the Lush Showcase? What exclusives did you come home with? and if you weren’t there, are there any of the exclusives I bought that you wish you could try?  Because a little birdy told me these boyos will be on the Lush Labs on Saturday… I might have to take a look myself to grab a few more of these to keep me going.

Emmy x

beauty, Day Trips

Lush Showcase | September 2018

It’s that time of year again when Lush have their showcase to launch Christmas and show off some new products.  I was fortunate enough to attend this year to see some of the goodies that will hopefully be on their way to stores soon!  I warn you now, this blog is picture heavy and that’s in spite of me trying to curb the content.

You might also want to check my blog on my Favorite Showcase Skincare purchases here

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The place was covered in bean bags and funky seating areas to relax in and the ever quirky fun activities to take part in.  The fun house had slides and bath bomb roller coasters which sent the bath bombs flying down into big perspex cubes of water.

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One of my favorite spaces was the Lush moods room.  Every hour this room would be themed on a different treatment to set your mood.  It also had a stage with rain falling down for people to walk under – nutters like me who just wanted their photo taken regardless of how wet you got!

There was a giant queue for the shop with some people queuing for up to 4 hours just to get in and then another hour or more to pay.  The shop did however have lots of things to see and do other than shop.

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Gifts dotted around everywhere – for people to buy but also to give staff ideas on how to merch them back in their shop.  I managed to get my hands on the largest of the Lush Christmas gifts – Wow and plonked myself on Santas chair for this photo.

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But what about the new stuff Emmy?  Well, Lush are opening a magical new bath bomb only shop in Paris later this year and these magical Fresh Bath Bombs will be in it!

You have indeed seen the price correctly.  These larger than average bath bombs are £18!  Designed to be used for 2 baths they have a hollow in the centre which the buyer can select fresh flowers and plants to fill it with.

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The sales assistant will cut the flowers fresh in front of you and then hand tie the bomb with some brown string.  It’s rather beautiful really.  I can imagine this would be an amazing gift for somebody to bring back from Paris for a loved one and I would LOVE these to be in the UK and Ireland stores for Valentines week 2019.  How magical would that be?

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My friend Darren in the photos actually bought this one for himself as a rather indulgent treat.  I fully expect him to be telling us about it after he has used it later in the week.

I loved that they were encouraging people to buy packaging free products and most of the products available were free of packaging.

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Lush always weave their ethics and values into their events and this event was no exception.  We were over the moon to be able to take part in gift wrapping while in the shop and this year the staff wrapped gifts will be donated to 6 different charities around Manchester.

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Apparently the gifts team wrap a gift in 10 seconds!  I’m not sure Darren and I were that fast but we did add our gifts to the pile and I hope whoever receives them enjoys them immensely.

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Now, would you believe me if I said I actually forgot to take photos of all the products that were new or returning exclusives?!  Because I totally got so wrapped up on doing story mode for Instagram doh!  But here are a few Ive pulled off Insta to show you!

Six exclusive bath bombs, each only available for one hour and limited to one per person (with the exception of Goddess which was also available in the shop though was still in the exclusive area).  They had timers next to them telling you when you could come and get them.

There were a range of new mouth care products available including these new Toothy Tabs – Sleepy and Tooth Fairy.

I can take or leave bath products but I think we all know my weak spot is skincare!  I came home with 4 new cleansers.  Well, I say new, Babyface and Sweet Japanese Girl are vintage Lush but I had never tried them and they are exclusives in that sense as you can’t pick them up very often.

These body masks smelt amazing!  Mud was just like chocolate and if I had endless money I think I would have bought these too.

The last thing I will show you today are these beautiful black pot style coffee cups.  For £6.95 they are very reasonably priced and if you ever damage it you can return it as part of the black pot scheme.  So cute, if I drank coffee I would have been all over this.

In fact, talking of coffee and drinks – Lush actually requested NOBODY bring plastic bottles or disposable drinks cups into the showcase.  They had real cups-a-plenty for everyone to get something to drink and loads of water stations to fill up our flasks.

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There were so many more things I could include – loads of talks, live music, the worlds smallest (silent) disco with Santa, hot air balloons and hair appointments etc but it is safe to say I had a magical time and I would hands down say if you get the chance to attend next year then grab that ticket with both hands and go!

Watch out for another blog or two on reviews of what I bought and a wonderful book I was gifted too.  If you went, I’d love to know how you found it and what your favorite bits were.

You can also check out how I found the 2017 Showcase here

Emmy x

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anti-aging, beauty, Skincare

Beauty Review | VeeBeautyLDN Skincare

You might remember that last week I posted about the VeeBeautyLDN Haircare products I had tried and said I would update you on the skincare at a later date.  Well as they say, there is no time like the present so let’s jump straight into the cleansers!


Rose Cleansing Beauty Balm – £11.95


I tried two of the VeeBeautyLDN Cleansing Beauty Balms, the first of which was the rose one.  Ingredients wise it contains Coconut oil, shea butter, Olive Oil, beeswax, vitamin E and rose geranium essential oil.  Lots of softening and gentle ingredients to stick to the grease and dirt for you to remove with a warm cloth.  Oils like this are also great to remove eye makeup. The floral scent will hit you instantly as you use this and I found it lovely to use in the morning.  My top tip is that I find it’s vital the cloth is warm otherwise you just end up pushing the oils about your face.  Use a flannel to be super gentle or a muslin for a little bit of gentle exfoliation.

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Rose Cleansing Beauty Balm

Lavender and Lemon Cleansing Beauty Balm – £11.95


Next up is the Lavender and Lemon version of the Cleansing Beauty Balm.  Again the cleansing ingredients are similar with Beeswax, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Vitamin E, Lavender Oil, Lemon Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Eucalyptus Oil.   It looks as though this one would better suit oily or spot prone skin with the antibacterial properties of tea tree and eucalyptus as well as lemon oil to cut through any grease on the skin.  I’ve been using it in the evenings to let the lavender oil help calm my mood for sleep.  As with the last Cleansing Beauty Balm, warm water on a cloth is the best way to remove this along with your grease, dirt and make-up.

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Lavender and Lemon Cleansing Beauty Balm

Clarifying Clay Mask – £16.95


Stupidly I forgot to take a photo of this mask on to show you what it looked like but it was a dark grey clay on the skin.  The packaging said to make it up with 1 tsp mask to 2 tsp water (or other liquids such as apple cider vinegar) but I found this was quite runny and had to add a little more of the mix in to thicken it up.  I would say less is more when making it up and add more water if required.

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Clarifying Clay Mask

It’s packed with a variety of clays to make it super absorbent and also contains lots of natural exfoliants to buff the skin when washing off.  The mask made my skin feel quite tight which is pretty normal for a clay mask.  It was a bit too stimulating for me though and I wouldn’t generally consider myself to have sensitive skin.

While I have loved all the other products I tried, this wouldn’t be one I would purchase.  I didn’t enjoy the feeling of it nor the price for the effects.  If I wanted a natural face mask I could think of other brands who make them for a lower price and which feel gentler on the skin.


Rose Gold Elixer – £19.95


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Rose Gold Elixer

Last but not least is the Rose Gold Elixer .  This product has a lovely scent with the rose and citrus oils blending together.  It is packed with loads of nourishing oils to hydrate, balance the skins oil production and aid the repair of skin as well as holding back signs of ageing.  For a bit of extra added indulgence there is 24k Gold Leaf – gold is a natural antioxidant, it will also fight free radicals which cause the signs of ageing.

I’ve been using this every evening and really enjoying the feel of it.  It would be too heavy to wear during the day unless you had very dry skin but it makes a perfect overnight treatment to keep the skin in top condition.


The Conclusion!


Out of the 6 products VeeBeautyLDN gifted me, I really enjoyed all of them excluding the Clarifying Clay Mask which just really was not for my skin.  The ingredients in their products are great – clean and natural choices with them avoiding synthetics and parabens.  While I am not anti synthetics or parabens, I can’t deny it is lovely to stick to natural ingredients.  Price wise, the products are all very reasonably priced for the quality of the ingredients.

Will I buy again?  It’s very possible!  It can take me a while to repurchase things due to the amount of products I keep in my bathroom at anyone time but I can for sure see myself going back for a few products and I would definitely love to try the nail and cuticle oil and lip balms in the future.

Emmy x

beauty, Uncategorized

Beauty Review | VeeBeautyLDN

On Sunday I attended my first ever NI Blogger Brunch in Belfast.  It’s an event which changes location and runs every couple of months to encourage bloggers to network with each other and also with some brands.  This month they had Sisterhood Gin and VeeBeautyLDN.  No need to guess which brand I was most excited to see.

VeeBeautyLDN had kindly put together goodie bags with a label telling us they provide organic beauty products that are free from parabens, SLS and very importantly for me, the products are also cruelty free.

From a marketing point of view, I loved that the label saved me having to google to find out if they were cruelty free, however the quality of the bag really made it hard to keep the bag in shape for photos when I got home.  I think it would have looked perfect in a small brown paper gift bag with a handle.  Something simple and elegant with a swing tag on raffia telling us about the brand would have made for great photos.  I felt the same of the promo booklet, poorly designed and poor photo choice.  It looked very much like something a GCSE student would design in their IT class.  It might seem silly to mention these things but for me if I had seen the marketing material but not tried the products I would have likely walked on and the reality is the marketing needs to be better because the products actually have lovely ingredients!

My goodie bag contained a generous 6 different items, 4 skincare and 2 hair.  This blog will look at the 2 hair care with a follow up later in the week on skincare.


VeeBeautyLDN Lash and Brow Serum – £14.95


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VeeBeautyLDN Lash and Brow Serum

The first product I tried was their Lash and Brow Serum.  It comes in a tube with a spooly to apply to brows and lashes.  The ingredients it contains are Castor Oil, Argan Oil, Olive Oil, Avacado Oil and Vitamin E oil.  Caster Oil is well known for improving hairgrowth as its ricinoleic acid content helps increase circulation.  Argan Oil is also known for promoting hair growth and Olive Oil improves the tensile strength of hair so all in all this product is packed with great natural ingredients.

The product is easy to apply and I love that the clear tube means I can see how much is actually in the tube.  I’m planing on using it daily for the rest of the month and taking some photos to track any improvements.  If nothing else, it will definitely keep my lashes in good condition.  It is however worth noting that none of the ingredients are listed as organic.  While I don’t actively seek organic ingredients, I did expect them when the leaflet described the company as “Natural Organic Beauty”.

 


VeeBeautyLDN Hair and Scalp Treatment – £16.95


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VeeBeautyLDN Sample size Hair and Scalp Treatment

Next on my hit list to try was the Hair and Scalp Treatment.  Upon opening the bottle I could smell the Peppermint Oil right away and looking at the ingredient list I realised I could smell the Rosemary Oil too.  The product smells fresh and reminds me of drinking peppermint tea when I was pregnant.

Look at the ingredient list and again it is pretty lovely to look at.  As with the Lash and Brow Serum it contains Castor Oil, Argan Oil and Avacado Oil.  The Rosemary, Cedarwood, Hemp and Peppermint are all great stimulants to boost the blood circulation and Peppermint is also thought to prolong the life cycle of the hair by encouraging your scalp to hold onto the hair for longer.

The product suggested it was best to sleep with it on the skin if you could and as I was washing my hair the next morning anyway, that is exactly what I did.  They suggest you patch test the product in advance (I didn’t).  The product was mildly cooling on the scalp which was fine though I did find my sleep disrupted due to the peppermint scent.

In the morning I washed my hair with my usual products, the product was very easy to wash out and I didn’t have to do anything different to my normal routine.  My scalp felt very fresh and clean and the condition of my hair felt good at the roots.

As I said above, the ingredients are great (though again not listed as organic) and I will be using this product again before future hair washes to see if it has any long term effect on my hair growth.  If you were looking to purchase a product to aid a healthy scalp and hair growth then I would for sure say this is worth a shot.  I would only suggest you exercise caution if you have a very sensitive scalp as in my experience peppermint can be very stimulating for those with delicate skin.

 

Remember to keep an eye on the blog over the next few days for a review of the skincare items.

 

Emmy x