It’s that time of year where it starts getting warmer with Spring finally here, us girls start to wear skirts and dresses. Unfortunately, we’ve been a little lazy with something over the Winter, yes that’s correct I’m talking about Shaving! Shaving can be a pain, it takes forever to shave everywhere and sometimes it even hurts, there’s one company out there, that’s trying to make this better for us ladies.
You can get anything through your letterbox these days as subscription boxes, from beauty, food, stationery to gin, flowers and cake. There’s nothing that can’t be delivered straight to your house monthly, something that every women needs can also be delivered monthly through your door. Thanks to Friction Free Shaving, you can lead a less irritating life when it comes to Shaving.
I am always on the lookout for new beauty products so when Faith in Nature contacted me and asked if I wanted to review some of their products, I jumped at the chance! Let me tell you a little bit about the company, Faith in Nature began over 40 years ago in Scotland when founder Rivka Rose moved from New York City. Her vision was to create an affordable beauty and skin care range for everyone to use from natural, vegetable sources which were animal-cruelty free and environmentally friendly.
Faith in Nature is now an award-winning brand that produces over 200 products including hair care, skin care, baby care and natural home care. It was a very tricky decision to chose the products I wanted to try. There’s a big range of different fragrances, including Aloe Vera, Chocolate, Coconut, Lavender, Pomegranate and the one I chose Watermelon! You can decide to either have a 400ml or 740ml in selected fragrances which is perfect if you adore the scent, it will last you that little bit longer.
It’s Day 4 of the Blogger’s Christmas Beauty Brawl 2016, today’s beauty product is the Big Fatty Mascara by Urban Decay. Now, I’ve had this mascara for a little while, since attending their launch event for their Alice in Wonderland collection. But I have yet to use it probably, so I thought I would wipe of the dust.