MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine
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Omorovicza Queen Of Hungary Mist Review

I really love the Omorovicza Queen Of Hungary Mist  which was inspired by  the Queen of Hungary Water, which was the world’s first recorded perfume, formulated in the 14th century for   Queen Elisabeth of Hungary.

It comes in a luxurious glass bottle and does smell divine (orange blossom, rose and sage). I personally love the strong scent but some people may find it a bit too powerful so keep that in mind.

I like the scent, as it is very uplifting and revitalizing and I always have it on my desk to refresh my face during the day.

Unlike some facial sprays, this one does give a noticeable improvements, I do feel that my face is more hydrated, supple and glowing.  It is based on Hungarian thermal waters which are known for their great benefits when it comes to skincare.

I know that this is a

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If you have never heard of terre d’Oc, it’s a luxury organic skincare from France.  All the products are divided into five groups: Japan,  Bali, India, Burkina Faso and Morrocco.  Each range is based on the countries’ beauty rituals and most popular ‘beauty ingredient’ sourced in the region. I think it is a brilliant idea.

I was very lucky to get two products from the Japan range from the Tender Loving Skincare shop  to try out. I happen to absolutely love both. So today I will tell you about one of them which is Milky Perfume Cloud in Plum Tree Blossom.

It comes in a luxurious glass bottle with a beautiful design.  This product is definitely to spoil yourself!

I love using it on the body, mostly arms and chest as I’d rather use something else on my legs to save this magical product for a longer time.  It does feel hydrating and non-sticky at all, it doesn’t leave any white residue as well. I also love using it on my hair as it holds the scent longer than the body.

Plum Tree Blossom is a

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The Best Grooming Products For Your Man

Father’s Day is just around the corner but what is even more important to me; it’s my  Father’s birthday tomorrow.

Both events inspired me to write this post. This is not really a Father’s Day gift guide as almost all the on-line shops have one, this is just a post about favourite grooming products of my men. By my men I mean my father, boyfriend and my younger brother.

So a must have for my Dad is Vichy Capital Soleil Homme Body Spray with SPF30.

It is his second bottle actually. My Dad is not really a sun protection fan, he just has sun allergy so he must use a sun protection. I have big doubts he would bother if allergy was not the case. He tried a lot of sun protection products from Bioderma to La Roche-Posay and he says that this one is his favourite because it’s clear and not sticky so that he can use it on the go. Plus it’s a spray so it’s very easy to use.

Who knows, maybe you can convince your man to use a sun protection with a help of this product.

My boyfriend loves his L’Oreal Professionnel shampoos.

He says that out of all the shampoo he’s ever tried these are the best.

There is a small but important detail that I should mention

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So far I reviewed only 1 thermal water by Vichy but today I want to review one more thermal water and this time by Avene.

You can read more about Avene and their products at the Avene website.

And here are only some of the ways you may use Avene Thermal Spray

Dermatological care:

  • Post surgery
  • Post procedure
  • Redness-prone skin / inflammation
  • Keratosis-prone, scaly skin
  • Eczema / atopic dermatitis
  • Allergic reactions / sensitive skin / irritation
  • Burning / stinging / itching / tingling

Daily care:

  • After cleansing
  • After shaving/after waxing
  • After exercise
  • During travel
  • Sunburn, burns
  • Diaper rash
  • To set makeup

Benefits


  • Calms, soothes and softens
  • Rich in silicate and trace elements
  • Low salt mineral content does not dry out the skin
  • pH 7.5 – perfect balance of anions and cations
  • Bottled directly from the source – bacteriologically pure
  • Preservative-free
  • Hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic

How to use

  • Spray onto the skin in a fine mist. Leave on for 2 to 3 minutes, then gently pat dry. Spray on as often as necessary.

Ingredients ( I’ve tried to make good photos):

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Last Tuesday I was invited to a wedding. This is how my mani and lips looked like. But what about my hair? I just wanted it to be straight and shiny. My hair is staright and shiny  but I wanted it to look better than usual. So I thought that it’s time to get some shine spray.

I’ ve tried several “shiny” products for hair but what was the result?  My hair became greasy and oily very soon and I had to wash it on the next day. But I still wanted to try something out so I went shopping and found this !I really like Nutri-Gloss Light Shampoo (read review here) so I wanted to give a try to this spray. Plus it is not expensive.

loreal shine spray

This is what is written about this spray. Information is from L’Oreal’s website.

Is your mid to long hair fine, or does it tend to get greasy? Does it need a light weight spritz to give it shine, and leave it instantly detangled?

The L’Oréal laboratories have developed Elseve Nutri-Gloss Light Conditioning Shine Spray. A leave-in shine enhancing conditioner you can use everyday, in a spray that’s light and quick to use. Weightless Detangling, Mirror Shine – Cashmere Touch.

Your hair is instantly detangled and manageable: combing is easy! Perfectly nourished, the fibre captures and reflects light. Your hair feels soft and light, with mirror like shine.

So light, can be used as a conditioning boost: On damp hair after washing with shampoo & conditioner, or instead of regular conditioner depending on hair condition. On dry hair, with a light spray to tame hair between washes or on the go! No need to rinse. Can be used every day for daily gloss.


So did I like the effect and is it really true?

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