Tag: Omorovicza Queen Of Hungary Mist

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

My Beauty Wish List. August 2011

I usually share my makeup wish lists but, to tell the truth, I don’t need anything  makeup related right now and there are not that many things that I actually want. This is why I’ve decided to share my beauty wish list.

It took me hours to complete this list as every product was carefully chosen. Maybe this will inspire you to make your own wish list or to add the products I have to your own.

1.Omorovicza Queen Of Hungary Mist (100Ml), £46

Now this is a very expensive toner but I’ve heard a lot of people singing praises to it. After reading all the reviews and asking some people their opinion, I am ready to splurge.

The formula of the Mist is  based on the Queen of Hungary water which is the first perfume on record. It contains apple pectin, Hungarian thermal water, orange blossom, rose and sage waters. The Mist should purify and tone, restore hydration and leave you feeling refreshed and energized.

I was supposed to spend half of the month in Hungary but one thing went wrong in the very last minute so this will be a perfect little treat for myself.

2.Kérastase Fluide Chroma Riche (125Ml), £15.60

If this product really does what it says (and according to numerous reviews I’ve read – it does) I want it NOW!

The Fluide is described as a “deep emollient light refracting hair care for damaged, coloured, highlighted or sensitised hair. Kérastase Reflection Fluide Chroma Riche is a luminous softening essence that delivers mirror-like radiance to your hair.” It also has UV filters. And this is not all actually!

I also want  a new Kerastase Shampoo, so that’s around £13.

3. Xen-Tan Deep Bronze Luxe Once A Week Self Tan (236Ml) and Xen-Tan Luxury Tanning Mitt, together £33

I’ve chosen this particular self-tanner based on numerous raves and  great reviews. It is promised that the tan will last for seven days!

4. Jurlique