The Body Shop Calendar

 
 
 
I got this calendar a couple of weeks ago from my boyfriend. Mostly because he felt so bad for me that I missed the Rocky horror picture show for Mac launch here in Sweden. So this was one of his try to cheer me up a bit.
So under all of december, or atleast to the 24th I'll be sharing what I got in each hatch. And hopefullyy it will be better than the last time I had one.
 
I will try and remeber to put each and every day linked underneath all of this, so that if you're interested in something you can just go to this post and  click on whatever day you'd like :)
 
 

Todays Look - New Years Eve

 
Dark eyes, overdrawn lips and one hell of a contour.
That was a long time ago I had something like that.
Fot his look I was looking throught my collection to see if there was a thing that I haven't used for a while/at all, And I quickly became reminded that I still haven's shown all the new Makeupgeek pigments that I got this summer yet. Well, technically I haven't showed anyone for you guys yet considering that I'm sharing old posts so far, and I might have shown you osme when it's time for this look so surface :)
Anyway, I picked out the New years eve pigment from them, and somehow this look became very dark when I actually had something more neutral in mind, but that's the way it goes sometimes.
 
FACE;
MIYO Fresh Face Foundation Vanilla
Viva la Diva 3 in one concealer
Mother Home Contouring palette
Too Faced Blush La vie en rose
Too Faced Exclusive Bronzer
Too Faced Candlelight Glow
 
EYES:
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
NYX Jumbo pencil Milk
MUG Pigment New Years Eve
Sleek Au Naturel Palette (Mineral Earth, Regal,  Noir)
Sugarpill Eyeshadow Tako
Viva la Diva Eyeshadow Red
Jelly Pong Pong 2 in 1 eyeliner pencil Black
Lashes from Ebay
Rhinestone from Ebay
 
LIPS:
Isadora Lipstick Midnight (something like that, The name has come off)
TGR Clear lipgloss
 
EYEBROWS:
MUG Gelliner Poison
MUG Eyeshadow Bitten
 
 
 

Lush - Rub Rub Rub

 
 
What Lush says about it:
"Scrubby sea salt and mimosa shower wash
Rub Rub Rub is a bit of a variation on the normal shower gel. For one, it’s so thick we put it into a tub for handy scooping in the shower. Secondly, it’s a bright blue, supremely softening, exfoliating sea salt shower scrub to revive your skin. Sea salt is extra cleansing, mineral-rich and softening for the body; you can even use it as a shampoo in a pinch! Our rubby scrub is startlingly refreshing, with a dash of lemon juice and the tropical scent of mimosa blossoms for a light, blossom-scented wash and smoother skin."
 
Ingredients:
Fine Sea Salt (Sodium Chloride) , Sodium Laureth Sulfate , Fresh Organic Lemon Juice (Citrus limonum) , Water (Aqua) , Sodium Cocoamphoacetate , Jasmine Flower Infusion (Jasminum officinale) , Mimosa Absolute (Mimosa tenuiflora) , Orange Flower Absolute (Citrus Aurantium amara) , Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum officinale) , Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum) , Lactic Acid , Lauryl Betaine , *Limonene , Fragrance , FD&C Blue No. 1 , D&C Red 28
 

So what do I think about it?

 This is a good scrub, It might feel a bit weird in the beginning, since the salt have a totally different feel to it than most other scrubs have. It drags off the dead skin and leaves you with a smooth and clean skin.
I've noticed that it kind of itches on myself. Could be someting in it that my skin reacts to, or I don't know. I don't get red or so because of it, it's just when I'm using it that the itchines is there.
It does however hurt like f if you accidentlially scrub it over a wound of some sort.
 
I did try it for the hair once too, just to see if it really would add volume. And now, I'm not the one that really needs volume into my massive amount of hair. But I tried it anyway and ended upp looking like someone from the 80's with a big ass perm. Pretty cool, But not for me, Maybe wuld help if I need more volume for a certain hairdo or similar.
 
Even though I really like this product I have to say that I feel like it dissapears faster than what I want it to. I'm really carefull of how much I use of the things and soemhow I feel like this will be empty in no time. Sure, the price isn't that bad and you do get alot, but I feel like you need alot to make it last all over your body. Could just be me.
 
And even though it might empty out quicker I still like it, And I will buy it again :)
 
 
Rub Rub Rub is available on Lushs website and in store. (Sweden: 159 kr/ 330g, USA; $21.95/11.8 oz)
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