Five Favorite Beauty Buys: February 2020
Hair: Salt by Hendrix Flowers in your Hair trio
I love hair mists. As I wash my hair every other day, I like spraying refreshing hair mists between my washes. I recently got the Salt by Hendrix Flowers in your hair trio, which comes with 3 little handbag sized hair mists – Rose, Neroli and Lavender. The main ingredient is Aloe Vera juice, which is a natural conditioner, and stimulates hair growth.
Lips: Make Up For Ever Artist lip blush
I love nearly every single Make up For Ever launch, and I love anything matte. I’ve been using this Lip Blush, which is a matte, soft weight and hydrating lip color. My favorites – which a beauty dusty rose shades – in Flushing Mauve and Soft Tan.
Setting Spray: Beauty Bakerie Always Spray your Grace baking spray
I only recently discovered Beauty Bakerie, which recently launched in the region from California. Everything from the brand smells so good, looks so pretty and actually works wonders. My make up does not last without a primer, and a setting spray. Love this one from the brand, it really does help set your make up all night, without making it feel like glue (due to it’s ingredients made to hydrate and nourish the skin)
Available at Apotheca Beauty
Primer: Good Molecules Silicone-Free priming moisturizer
I must say, it’s pretty rare to find beauty products with good ingredients, that actually do the job like other products. I recently got introduced to Good Molecules, and I love the brand. A hydrating primer and moisturizer, it’s free from silicones, mineral oils, fragrances, alcohols and PEGs – and formulated with shea butter, macadamia, and seed oil.
Skincare: Dior Capture Youth New Skin effect Enzyme Solution
In between face cleanses, I rely on toners to hydrate, exfoliate and tone the skin. A lot of my exfoliating toners are a little harsh on the skin, so I can only really apply them at night. This one by Dior is pretty lightweight, yet still does the exfoliating job thanks to the papaya enzymes.