Here we go with our second installment of Dolly Rouge’s 2011 favourites. If you missed it, check out part 1.
La Roche-Posay Teint Mineral is a powder compact. It can be used on its own with a sponge for medium-full coverage (oily or combo-skinned ladies), dusted with a powder brush to set foundation, or provide more coverage over sheer foundations (combo-normal skins). It covers redness/imperfections, doesn’t look powdery, doesn’t oxidise, doesn’t budge when faced with oil, doesn’t clog pores and has SPF 25. Consider that all boxes ticked for me! Read on »
I’ve not been taking great care of my hands lately (as you’ll see from the dehydrated cuticles and fine lines in photos below) plunging them into scaldy, soapy water and abandoning my nightly paw moisturisation ritual. I’ve been using Arbonne FC5 Ultra-Hydrating Hand Crème a number of times a day (it’s on my desk in work) but it really doesn’t hydrate much despite the name.
One of my nails decided it just couldn’t handle this awful neglect any longer and went splitsville. As I was planning a pretty manicure for the work Christmas party this Saturday, I was devastated. Sure with that deep an amputation, and filing down the other nails to meet it, there would nary be a nubbin left to prettify. WOE. First world problems eh?