Peter Thomas Roth 24K Gold Pure Luxury Cleansing Butter Review

I love me a good balm cleanser, and this one is pretty cool. 24k Gold Pure Luxury Cleansing Butter may be the most beautiful cleanser I’ve ever used.

It is all about the gold: gold packaging and the gold coloured cleanser which is apparently infused with pure 24K gold, and it sparkles. Just take a look at it!

This is your typical balm cleanser which is  a solid-to-oil texture, it is a self-care ritual using this in the evenings, massaging the face and relaxing.  It smells nice but not too strong or overwhelming.  I know that a lot of people love their skincare to be fragrance free but I would never wan that.  For me it is not only about the formula and performance but also about the textures, scents and the sensations. As always, I have to say that I remove eye makeup separately but I did try it just for this review and it worked great.

Peter Thomas Roth is a fantastic range and this is not an exception, the cleansing butter is such a pleasure to use, as I’ve already said, and it leaves the skin so soft and

SS19 Bright Eye Shadow Palettes: Lorac, Jouer, Anastasia

Bright eye shadows are a real  trend this summer, I have already featured L’Oreal and Viseart but there are many, many more. I’ve decided to mention 3 palettes which I personally like the most. And I like the look of them. I have not tried these particular palettes but I do have other palettes from these three brands, and love them. So here is hoping these are great, too.

ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette £46 Cult Beauty $45 Sephora

I am including this because I am obsessed with Norvina palette which I have. While I did not know who Alyssa Edwards was (RuPaul’s Drag  Race contestant) I love the combination of bold and neutral shades.

  • 10 x Eyeshadows in Headliner (matte bright white), Inspire (metallic champagne gold), Unicorn Tribe (matte cool plum pink), Brick Road (matte primary yellow), Back Rolls (matte warm chocolate brown), The Supreme (matte deep peach), H.O.E. (matte neutral taupey brown), D.D.G. (rich metallic violet with silver flecks), Beyond (warm metallic fuchsia), Beast (matte blackest black)
  •  4 x Pressed Pigments in Texas Made (matte fuchsia hot pink pressed pigment), Dream It (matte royal blue pressed pigment), B.B.D.C. (deep cool aubergine pressed pigment), Believe (violet purple pressed pigment).

Lorac Neon Lights PRO Pressed Pigments Palette, $29 from the website

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Makeup4all Recommends: Acca Kappa Toothbrushes

Oral hygiene is crucial for me, and I always try to take a good care of my teeth. And one of my latest discoveries are these Acca Kappa brushes, they were recommended to me, and I’ve been suing them ever since.

There are a few different collections but I have bought three shades from the  Lympio Collection: Aquamarine, Ice Blue, Turquoise, and they were soft, medium and hard. There is also Ocean Blue (not featured) colour but I just wanted to get those three to figure which one I’d like the most.

And the answer is

Aromatherapy Rollerballs For Your Handbag: Aesop, Aromatherapy Associates and Origins

I love me a relaxing/anti-stress/calming/you-get-the-deal roller balls which I can carry in my bag.  And today I want to share about three which I am currently using.

Origins Peace Of Mind On-The-Spot Relief,  ($14 on the website) 15 ml  from Amazon UK and Amazon.

This is the most affordable one out of three, and it is my second tube of this gem. I also find that this is the strongest  one out of them all. Origins suggest dabbing some on the back of your neck, temples and earlobes.  And it has that instant calming and cooling effect thanks to the eucalyptus and peppermint. Some of my friends who were skeptical about it tried and were converted.  Unfortunately, the roller ball was a LE and it comes in a little bottle which is not as convenient (I had it before).

Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy, £23 from Cult Beauty, Selfridges and Nordstrom

While I did get it for the flights I have to

Want It: A England British Subcultures Nail Varnish Collection

A England is one of a kind brand, not only their nail polishes are ridiculously gorgeous but the stories behind them are fascinating.  It was a pleasure to interview the founder Adina (read it here) a while ago, and I am always looking forward to the new releases.

And this time the brand outdone itself, in my opinion, the new British Subcultures collection makes my heart beat faster. I found it mind blowing how Adina managed to  visualise a certain subculture with a colour, this is pure art, I am telling you.

Above you can see Goth shade, and here is what is posted on the brand’s Facebook about it: “GOTH  one of my best-loved among the British Subcultures. The goth subculture began in England during the early 1980s. This mostly aesthetic subculture includes dark attire (often black) and is marked by an antiquated style that is