Monday, 25 January 2016

Empties January 2016


It's a big one. Hair, then body, then face. See you next week!

All details below the video. :)



HAIR:
Awapuhi Wild Ginger Shampoo - http://bit.ly/1ZX1M6z
Pureology Hydrate Shampoo - http://bit.ly/1WHI3T2
Rahua Voluminous Shampoo - http://bit.ly/1nhLVhb
Sachajuan Ocean Mist Volume Conditioner - http://bit.ly/1Tjq8Cc
Big Sexy Hair Color Safe Conditioner - http://bit.ly/1TjqiJI
Philip Kingsley Elasticizer Extreme - http://bit.ly/1WHII70
Philip Kingsley Tricho Pro - http://bit.ly/1ZX2FMj
Unite 7 Seconds Range - http://bit.ly/1K5qYjK
Show Beauty Working Texture Spray - http://bit.ly/1nhMXtj

BODY:
Anthony Invigorating Rush Hair & Body Wash - http://bit.ly/1nHYP8x
Hampton Sun Privet Bloom Shower Gel - discontinued (because they hate me, hence me begging over the phone for any leftovers)
Bliss Soapy Suds Lemon & Sage - http://bit.ly/1Tjs25T
Radical Skincare Firming Body Multi-Repair - http://bit.ly/1ZX41GQ

FACE:
Emma Hardie Moringa Balm Travel Size - http://bit.ly/1TjsmRZ
Biologique Recherche P50 1970 - http://bit.ly/1Pez0Hz
Zelens PHA Bio-Peel Pads - http://bit.ly/1nHZAhR
Kate Somerville Line Release Under Eye Repair Cream - http://bit.ly/1PtdWPz
Pixi Lip Lift Max - http://bit.ly/20nbRGA
Chanel Le Volume Ultra-Noir Mascara - http://bit.ly/1OQjNbW


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12 comments:

  1. Good morning!Great video. I would like to ask, if you could do a post about cosmetics you recommend for "the wobbly bits" (those one between neck and legs;) ) and what should we look for in ingredients, please? Thank you in advance!

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  2. Your description of weeping to get in the shower during breast feeding days made me love you just a little bit more (and I didn't think that was possible). Thank you for telling it like it is - life is about amaze-balls beauty products but sometimes it's also about weeping to get in the shower. Genuine big up respect to you Mrs Hirons x

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  3. I'm after a new detangler, might have to try the Unite 7 seconds!x

    http://bayleybloom.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. Hi Caroline! What is your oppinion on the Kate Somerville "Dermalquench Liquid Lift + Retinol"? Thank you.

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  5. We have very similar hair. Mine had been looking a bit 'crunchy' dry lately, and the Davines Oi Conditioner (thanks for the recco!) and Davines Oi Hair Milk have been brilliant for it. Because I need volumizing of some sort, I just put the Hair Milk on the ends, and use a Klorane Leave-In Spray with Flax Fiber on the roots. Then, when dry, I spray in some Philip B Insta-Thick Thickening Spray at the roots, throw my hair in a high pony with a scrunchie (thanks, Sali Hughes for that recco!), and leave it while I finish getting ready. (It reminds me of Show Beauty Working Texture Spray, Serge Normant Dream Spray, and Bumble + bumble Dryspun Finish, but unlike all of those, the Philip B doesn't make my hair stiff or crispy - VERY easy to work with it after.) My hair has NEVER looked so good or been as easy to style.

    Second, at the risk of sounding like a Pinterest-addicted basic bitch, I finally caved and tried the coconut oil overnight hair mask (massaged into scalp right through to the ends) last night. I was terrified I'd have lank, greasy hair even after washing. But holy Toledo, this was transformative. I think it helped clear my scalp of any remnants of the many products I use (love Ruth's CoLab dry shampoos even on days I wash, for volume) and the ends are incredible.

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  6. Apols for double-dipping, but on body care you can get in LA (maybe have it shipped to your hotel): Amlactin body lotion has been a game-changer for me. http://www.amazon.com/AmLactin-12-Moisturizing-Lotion/dp/B000TTPZQ6 - cheap as chips and has transformed the parts of my body where I was having real issues with ingrowns and general sandpaper-y feeling. It's a boring product in that it has no scent and costs nothing (meanwhile, hundreds of pounds worth of fancy body serums, oils, and lotions crowd my shelves...), but it absolutely works. Incredible results.

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  7. Hi Caroline! Love these videos, keep them coming please! I kind of miss your product reviews these days so these are fab.
    I wonder if you could do a video at some point on Korean skincare and what brands you love there. It's such a big trend now that I would love to find out your favourite products, brands, ingredients.
    Why do you think the trend became so big?

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  8. Hi Caroline! Love these videos, keep them coming please! I kind of miss your product reviews these days so these are fab.
    I wonder if you could do a video at some point on Korean skincare and what brands you love there. It's such a big trend now that I would love to find out your favourite products, brands, ingredients.
    Why do you think the trend became so big?

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  9. Caroline, I know you may not read this but then again you might *sigh* I'm rambling again. Anyway what I'm trying to say is a MASSIVE THANK YOU!!!! You have changed my life for the better not just the state of my skin but also my positivity levels are so much higher since reading your incredible blog. Thank you again. BIG HUGS! x

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  10. Wud love a video of a Sunday Facial ie. How u wud put the products on and in what order. I reckon I have d wrong products but putting them on in d wrong order or putting them on incorrectly. That wud be a good video☺😉

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  11. Yay I get so excited when I spy a new Hirons video, thank you! Just added nearly all of your empties hair care items to my list to buy & try. Quick Q what's the Chanel lip product you are wearing please? Need it so badly 😍 have a wonderful week x

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