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theBalmJour Creamy Lip Stain Review

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I'm a huge fan of theBalm products, especially because of their versatility. I was super excited when I first heard about theBalmJour creamy lip stains and I hoped this would be long lasting and full of pigment. I wasn't disappointed and straight off the bat, I love the creamy formula. These do give a sunny forecast with a mix of stain and shine.

I picked up the shade Hello for its rich plum tone and thought it would be lovely for the Autumn. If you love lipgloss and the shine they achieve then you will love this. The shine when this first goes on is gorgeous and does last a fair amount of time. These then deliver a super amount of pigment giving any lipstick a run for its money. Finally, you are left with a stain that just lasts and lasts for most of the day. The creamy texture is easy to work with along with the applicator, and one swipe does the job. My lips appreciate going away from matte formulas for the moisture of these creamy lip stains.

There are eight shades to cho…

Garnier Moisture Bomb Eye Tissue Masks Review

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If you are a long time reader you will know the area under my eyes is something I struggle with from fine lines to always looking tired, and I have some lovely bags that age me. I'm constantly trying out products to tackle all these problems and I have finally found some go to products which you can read about here. However, I found these new Garnier Moisture Bomb Eye Tissue Masks and I have been getting on great with them. I love tissue masks and they are great for a bit of pampering, and also affordable with these coming in under €5 each.

Orange Juice and Hyaluronic Acid

The Orange Juice and Hyaluronic acid mask is for dull tired looking eyes and contains masks for underneath the eyes. They don't skimp on the serum inside and the masks stick on and don't fall off every two minutes. You leave it on for 15 minutes and if you have any excess product after you are finished you can either massage it in or just wipe away with a cotton pad. The masks were bigger than I expected …