Morphe 35T palette review

Hello lovlies,

I have been MIA for the past couple of weeks, no major reason behind it, I’ve just been super busy and haven’t had much inspiration but I’m hoping now life has calmed down a bit that I’ll be able to put a lot more time aside for my blog posts.

This post is another review of an eye shadow palette, it is the Morphe 35t. I have wanted a Morphe palette for a while and had been eyeing this one up for the past month or so. I was a little sceptical on this palette as a lot of pictures that I saw, the shades looked really similar and I wondered if it was a bit of a waste of money. I ended up buying the palette after figuring that I could never have enough rose gold/brown toned shades, as that’s all I usually wear anyway.

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I took a picture of the eye shadows in the sun light so you can see the glitter/shimmer in some of the colours. It has an impressive mix of shimmer, metallic, satin and matte shades. You can produce a nice subtle eye as well as a full out glam look and that is something I really like in a palette. The formula of the eye shadows is very creamy, which makes applying these an absolute dream.

Lastly, the price, I cannot begin to describe how good value for money this palette is. I got it off Beauty Bay  and it cost £18.25 with free delivery, there are 35 shades so this works out to 52p a shade. The palette arrived 2 days after placing the order so if you’re ever wondering whether to make a purchase on Beauty Bay, I would definitely recommend the service.

Thanks for reading, let me know what you think of the Morphe products, is there anything else you think I’d love?

Tori Moore xoxo

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L’oreal Elvive Extraordinary Clay Masque Review

Hey guys,

Thought I’d do a quick mid week review. I recently received a tester of the ‘L’oreal Elvive Extraordinary Clay Masque Pre Shampoo Treatment’ in the latest Cosmopolitan magazine. My hair usually gets greasy around 2 days after a wash so I don’t suffer massively with really oily hair however I was really interested to see how this works. I used it yesterday and thought I’d let you know how I got on.

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Now I have super thick and long hair so the sample I got didn’t go too far. It was a pale blue, thick, creamy texture and dried up only a few second from leaving the packet. I placed it straight onto dry roots (as instructed) and left for 5 minutes, rinsed out and carried on with my normal hair washing routine.

The minute I rinsed this out I felt a difference, my roots felt really conditioned and a lot lighter but I feel like I need to purchase a full size product and use it a few more times before I can make a decision on whether it makes a long term difference.

Let me know what you think if you’ve tried this product!

Tori Moore xoxo

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