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.


  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

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

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  3. Great post. Have a nice weekend :)

  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).

    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 =)


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