April 6, 2014

Beauty / Foundation, hair mask and pores


I just ran out of my MUFE foundation. I liked it, but I would have liked a bit more coverage. My skin is really red and when a foundation doesn't have a high coverage, the red shows through and it looks like foundation is the wrong colour. So I went back to my old trusty Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation. I love the texture, the colour (51) is perfect for my skin and it has a high coverage. 
My hair is really thin and gets greasy easily. So for a while now I wanted to use a hair mask, to see if that helps. When I saw that the Schwarzkopf Essence Ultime Omega repair intensive mask was on sale, I decided to buy it. 
Last but not least I bought two packs of pore strips. I've had these before and they didn't really work for me, but because they were only €0,99 I decided to give them another try.
SHARE:

5 comments

  1. I'd love to hear how you get on with the pore strips! They always remind me of clueless, haha. I have really red skin too! It's annoying because if I want to wear foundation, I have to wear a lot. Thanks for the foundation tip :) xx

    ReplyDelete
  2. Ooh, I used to love pore strips! Kind of forgot they exist though, I might have to follow your lead and get some!

    Come say hello,Tweet xx

    ReplyDelete
  3. Great post. Have a nice weekend :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. I love pore strips so much. I use the ones by Biore (do you have that brand there?) and they work perfectly. Although, the last time I used one I did it wrong and it didn't stick correctly so I ended up wasted it, which was sad and my nose is all gross and dirty still. I need to buy more but they are a little pricey at times (about $8 a box).

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I've never seen the Biore brand here before. Might look into it when I'm in the States again. They're expensive though, but if they work perfectly it's worth it right =)

      Delete

© just Aimee. All rights reserved.
Blogger Templates by pipdig