Street art, old buildings, markets and people. Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Hoxton.
Last weekend I went to East London. Strolled through Brick Lane, Hoxton and loads of other areas. As always, I took my camera with me and took many photos. I will share those over the next few days. For today, here's a rundown of what I wore.
Shirt - Luella for Target (thrifted in Florida); Cardigan - Karen Millen (thrifted in Stamford); Skirt - Forever 21; Boots - Sendra (via TK Maxx); Bag - Orla Kiely (from a sample sale), Knee High Socks - H&M (on sale).
Another review today here on the blog. This time we are looking at a couple of new products by DHC, from their Pore Collection. If you've been reading the blog for long enough, you will know that I've tried some of their products before and have so far been satisfied with the results.
The Pore Collection products seem to be as good as everything else I have tried before. It promises to help with your skin pores, as they tend to widen with age and sun damage. Having a good cleansing routine also helps with the appearance of your skin as it prevents dirt from accumulating and causing those horrible blackheads or pimples. (Did you see about that guy who popped a 20 year old zit? Why would anyone keep a zit for that long? My next question is, why make a video of it? But, I digress...).
Pore Face Wash - A staple in anyone's beauty routine, the face wash feels gentle on your skin even though it does have exfoliating agents, baking soda and pear juice alpha hydroxy acids. It lathers quite well and leaves your face feeling refreshed without stripping away at your skin, leaving you with a nice grapfruit scent.
Pore Cleansing Oil - The cleansing oil, as its classic counterpart that I have reviewed previously, did not disappoint me either. As always, all makeup and grime gets dissolved away by the water soluble oil, leaving a clean sensation on the skin. This product really is one of my favourites in my beauty routine and this version of it features nine hydrating oils: coconut, argan, evening primrose, olive, grape seed, jojoba, avocado, sesame and rice bran. As well as the face wash, it has a pleasant grapefruit scent.
What beauty products have you tried and liked recently?