The size of these little bottles really suits me - I have quite a few colours now because of that. I usually find with bigger bottles that the polish dries up before I have a chance to even use half of the colour as I'm very fickle with my nail colour, but I have managed to finish some of these!
The original Micellar solution - a staple for French women. This is slightly more pricey than other brands but definitely worth the price as it seems to last longer than the other brands I've tried. I buy this whenever I'm in France where it is much more readily available.
I first saw this in France - Micellar solutions are a staple in French pharmacies for their multi-use nature. This is so gentle on my sensitive skin yet removes any makeup easily and really freshens the skin. Since I've started using it I've noticed a reduction in dryness (something I usually suffer from). I use this morning and evening.
I love this felt tipped liner - the tip is firm and not bendy which makes it excellent for accurate lining and any wingtips / cat eyes required!Doesn't drag on application and also doesn't crack when dry as some felt liners I've used have.
I was unsure about the colour when the Benefit lady put it on me but I find it perfect for winter or for the pre-tan months of the year. A soft pink which also works for glam evenings where a subtle blush is all that's needed, the powder goes on really well and is soft to the touch - no cakey build up.
Great colour, especially for tanned skin and the summer months as it has a shimmer to its coral hue. I love this for the glow it gives and its slight sparkle and use it instead of blusher and bronzer as there is no need for both with this!
My curly hair tends to frizziness and this 'ultra light' conditioner (used with the shampoo) did not help to smooth it at all. I wouldn't recommend this for curly girls (or boys!) or people who struggle with frizz or flyaways.
I have naturally curly hair but love the retro big curls and waves that these rollers give. There is a knack to using rollers though, and similarly to having curly hair: avoid brushing! If needed, finger comb or wide tooth comb to break up the curls, but to avoid frizz further, make sure you use product after (not before - that'll clog up the lovely velvet finish on these rollers)
I love this brush - unbelievably soft especially for the price and holds its shape well. It's quite a full brush with very minimal hair loss which is great but as others have mentioned it may take some getting used to if you've not used Body Shop brushes before.
Cannot stress enough how much I like this palette. It seems pricey at first but when you realise the number and quality of the shadows you are getting it is great value! I've had this for over a year, use it almost every day and still don't need a refill of any colour as they are so highly pigmented you don't use that much!