Friday 22 August 2014

My First Haul

Meow, so a long while ago I made my first video and it ended up being a little haul.
Today, I am going to go through it if you want to be extra nosey...

So, in December, I decided to go to Leeds with my stepsister. On the day, we decided to find an alternative clothing store and I couldn't find it so we went to other places which include beauty shops and clothes shops.. Most of the places within the video were within the Trinity Leeds complex.

So the first place that I went in was Superdrug, I got some normal deodorant and then bought some Berry Burst Shower Gel from Radox.. It was on offer at that time for a pound. I was inspired to get it because of Cherry's vlog at the time where she talked about it. The bottle is bright red with big bold font therefore it catches the consumers/your eyes.. They also do different flavours such as CherrIy, Coconut and I think Mango but I'm not sure.. The formula/texture of the product is creamy and very thick as it is a shower cream and not a shower 'gel'. The smell is very powerful and it inspires to invigorate and persuade you to do activities once you've used this product. As I said, the price is normally around £1-2 and it is definitely worth buying for the price that it costs.
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The next product that I talk about is the Aussie Frizz Miracle Shampoo. The bottle has a clean look with white dominating the bottle where as the bold black font takes a step back on the bottle. The main purpose of this shampoo is to keep frizz at bay, keep hair as straight as possible and to keep flyaways and other hair problems that occur with frizz at bay as well. It boasts on the front of the label that it uses natural Australian Blue Gum Leaf Extract to soothe hair and help get rid of flyaways. The smell is powerful and bold as the blue gum literally makes this cosmetic product smell like bubblegum or bubblegum flavoured things which brings back nostalgia to many. I would buy this even though it is priced around the £4 mark normally as it is worth every penny.
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I go on to talk about the Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor Deep Conditioner within my video. The 3MMRDC is in the same modern white bottle that all of the other products that Aussie sell to the general public. This product is for people that have dry/damaged hair which I have as I thought that it would be a great idea to bleach my full head by my friends to get the blue colour that I wanted at the time on my hair. This product boasts that it uses Australian Balm Mint within this product which gives the conditioner a very cool mint smell with a sort of floral hint at the same time. You put this product on like any other conditioner (you know the whole lather onto wet hair, rinse and repeat method) but once you have massaged the creamy cosmetic product into your hair, you leave it for 3 minutes at least or overnight depending on how damaged your hair is. It costs around £3-4 or is normally on some sort of offer depending on which beauty shop you go to. The after effects of this product are great. It does what it says on the bottle. It states that it helps to restore your hair and gives shine and boy it does that and more. It makes your hair feel so fluffy like it hasn't been damaged in any way possible and I recommend buying this 100%.
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The next beauty product that I talk about is Aussie Dual Personality Anti Frizz & Conditioning Milk. Now this product is more of a finishing touch product rather than an actual conditioner. The best time to use it is after straightening hair as it keeps everything in place and keeps it from kinking or creating flyaways. It comes out in a pump and has the traditional Aussie labelling. This product has a creamy texture to it and smells exactly like the sea so you feel like you're on a beach but that might be as it has Sea Kelp extract in the product. This product is around the same price as the other Aussie products within this post and they are normally all on offer for 3 for £10 as they are a bit of a luxury high street cosmetic product. 
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So, we now go into the lush section of the video so I will do this within one paragraph. The first bath bomb that I bought was Dragon's Egg. This bath ballistic turns your bath water from the natural boring clear colour into a nice gold colour whilst at the same time the bath bomb crackles and fizzes to create the noise of a nice grand open fire which echoes the essence of Autumn in my opinion. ( .) The next bath bomb was the Twilighr ballistic. This is the one bath bomb that you should use before going to bed. It has lavender within the bomb which has been associated with sleep for many years. This bomb creates a relaxing atmosphere ( .) Next on the bath ballistic agenda is the Space Girl bath bomb. It has a great invigorating scent of grapefruit. Grapefruit reminds most people of breakfast or a nice exotic island so it wakes consumers up. This particular bath bomb has popping candy within its crevices which are released when in contact with water. ( .) The penultimate product within the Lush category of this video is the Dorothy Bubble Bar.. Now, I mainly got this as it catched my eye with its rainbow. It echos Judy Garland and is a very modern take on a product that has been majorly influenced by Wizard Of Oz. The scent of this cosmetic product reminds me of lillies which gives a very fresh clean smell when getting in the bath. This bar also does what it says and creates a lot of bubbles. ( .) The final product from the very well known animal friendly cosmetic business is Ultrablast Toothy Tabs. Now these were a completely new concept to me but the basis of these little gems are that you can have toothpaste without the packaging of the tube which make these pearls of wisdom very travel friendly and save on the ecosystem. These particular tabs have wasabi powder in which help get rid of bad breath and help oral health quite a lot. ( .)

The next bit on the video is named bits and bobs. This last chapter of the video begins with the ARTPOP album by renown international singer Lady Gaga, This album sports a mixture of pop, dance, electro and other genres. I also bought BriBry's EP at the time which is available on his bigcartel. It has a total of 4 songs which include a mixture of uptempo and slow melodies with a very big theme of the genre of pop running all the way through the CD. I also bought 2 tops which are both band merch and available from on the offer of 2 for £30. I also got a shirt from Burton which was on offer but you'll be able to find a good flannel top from a good fashion establishment.

I'm going to end this blog here,, I hope that you have liked this blog post.. I will leave the link to the accompanying video to this blog post.
Have a great day!
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