De Unde Imi Cumpar Produsele Cosmetice – Magazine Online si Fizice Preferate

Hello fetelor! Am văzut în multe grupuri întrebări despre site-uri de încredere de unde se pot cumpăra produse cosmetice și de make-up, așa că m-am gândit să vă povestesc de unde îmi iau eu produsele de obicei 😍

Voi începe cu magazinele online pe care le prefer, și am să vă spun câte ceva despre fiecare. Iar apoi am inclus și câteva magazine fizice de unde îmi cumpăr deseori produse de make-up și îngrijire.

Magazine online

 

1. Makeup-shop.ro

Este unul dintre site-urile mele preferate pentru make-up. De aici îmi iau produsele Sleek, Nyx, Boys’n’Berries, Real Techniques. Mai au și alte brand-uri faine, cum ar fi Milani sau Lioele.

Îmi place super mult că îmi vine comanda repede, produsele vin în condiții excelente, sunt 100% originale și ambalate fain. Într-adevăr, sunt ceva mai scumpe decât pe alte site-uri, dar eu zic că merită. Transportul prin curier e vreo 14 lei, și comanda ajunge super repede (de obicei, 1 zi).

2. Aoro.ro

Eh, Aoro (Notino) e un magazin online mai controversat, multă lume zice că produsele lor nu sunt originale. Eu am comandat de la ei de foarte multe ori (produse de make-up, skincare, îngrijirea părului sau corpului), și toate au fost OK. Ce-i drept, încă nu am comandat produse high-end sau parfumuri, unde s-ar putea să fie puțin sketchy (de ex. au produse MAC sau NARS, dar din câte am înțeles nu sunt recunoscuți ca distribuitori oficiali de către aceste brand-uri).

În orice caz, dacă vreți să cumpărați produse bune și la un preț excelent, de la Makeup Revolution, Rimmel London, Revlon, Catrice, Maybelline, etc., eu vă încurajez să îi dați o șansă. Transportul e în jur de 12 lei prin curier, și comanda ajunge cam în 2 zile lucrătoare.

3. 1001Cosmetice.ro

Un magazin online cu produse ieftine și bune! Mi-am luat de la ei fondul de ten Revlon ColorStay, pensule de la Makeup Revolution, rujuri și multe altele, și mereu am fost mulțumită de produse. E mișto că la fiecare comandă primești câte un mic cadou (ex. bureței de unică folosință pentru machiaj).

Ce brand-uri găsiți aici? Maybelline, L’Oreal, Essence, Catrice, Essence, Bourjois, etc. Transportul costă tot în jur de 13 lei, iar comanda ajunge în 1-2 zile maxim.

Ce nu-mi place la ei e că multe produse nu sunt în stoc. În plus, diversele nuanțe de rujuri, fonduri de ten, etc., sunt trecute în site ca produse separate. Adică nu le poți vedea pe toate pe aceeași pagină, și apoi să îți selectezi nuanța preferată, ci trebuie să cauți în toată categoria nuanțele disponibile. Mi se pare cam obositor, dacă nu știi exact ce culoare dorești și ești în ”browse mode”.

Noroc că au deseori reduceri faine, și merită efortul 🙂

4. Eyeslipsface.com.ro

Acesta e site-ul oficial ELF România, și de aici îmi iau de obicei pensulele de machiaj. Mi se par bune și ieftine, și își fac treaba excelent. Problema cu ei e că nu prea se găsesc produsele best-seller pe stoc, și le re-aduc mai greu. Dar dacă sunteți în căutarea unor pensule bune, merită să aruncați un ochi.

Nu prea am avut ocazia să testez produsele lor de make-up (doar un ruj care nu mi-a plăcut), dar totuși am văzut un feedback super pozitiv prin blogosferă. La fel, sunt foarte accesibile ca preț, deci cred că nu pierdeți nimic dacă le încercați. Transport = 12 lei.

5. Elefant.ro

De pe Elefant îmi cumpăr de mult timp cărți, dar recent am început să îmi iau și cosmetice (bureței de machiaj, pensule, farduri, etc.). Nu știu exact sursa de proveniență a produselor, dar fiind vorba de brand-uri drugstore și foarte accesibile (Rimmel London, Note Cosmetics, Max Factor, L’Oreal), sunt destul de sigură că nu sunt fake-uri.

Cei de la Elefant sunt recunoscuți pentru campaniile promoționale pe care le fac non-stop (aka reduceri mari, vouchere, tot ce vrei), deci e fain că poți să cumperi aceste produse la prețuri super bune.

Ce am mai văzut fain la ei: șamponul uscat Batiste, produse Dermacol, seturi cadou.

Eu prefer să ridic coletele direct de la un pick-up point din Cluj, și așa nu mai plătesc deloc transportul. Dar dacă vreți să vă vină coletul acasă (sau nu aveți un pick-up point în orașul vostru), vă costă tot în jur de 12 lei.

Alte sugestii

Mai sunt multe alte magazine online în România care par de incredere, și de unde am mai văzut că își comandă lumea. Eu nu pot să vă confirm, dar le menționez totuși, poate vă ajută:

  • PinkPanda.ro (pensule Mermaid, palete Makeup Revolution)
  • BlackNight.ro (Revlon, L’Oreal, Maybelline)
  • InspiredBeauty.ro (LA Girl, Makeup Addiction, Soap & Glory)
  • Marionnaud.ro (Barry M, Estee Lauder, The Balm, Armani, Clinique)
  • Melkior.ro (produse faine de machiaj și unghii)

Magazine fizice din Cluj

Am și câteva magazine fizice preferate, deși în ultima vreme marea majoritate a produselor mele au fost cumpărate online. Asta pentru că e mult mai ușor, rapid, poți să compari produse, prețuri și review-uri. Și online se găsesc multe cosmetice care nu sunt disponibile în magazinele fizice.

Totuși, atunci când cumpăr bunătăți din magazinele fizice, prefer să merg în:

1. Douglas / Sephora

Dacă vreau produse high-end, parfumuri, etc, prefer cele două magazine. Nu sunt o clientă fidelă, nu merg atât de des acolo, dar știu că mereu voi găsi produse originale, de calitate, și foarte faine. Aici găsiți o mulțime de brand-uri mari, cum ar fi Too Faced, Urban Decay, Kat Von D, Clarins, Clinique, Benefit Cosmetics. And don’t get me started la partea de parfumuri și alte nebunii! (p.s. ambele au și magazin online).

 

2. DM Drogerie Markt

În Cluj sunt vreo 5 locații DM, eu merg cel mai des în cel din Vivo (Polus Center). Îmi plac la nebunie produsele de la brand-urile lor proprii. De exemplu, îmi iau foarte des produse de la Balea (pentru păr, corp, față, etc.), sau de la Ebelin (bureței, pensule machiaj, perii).

Aici găsiți și marea majoritate a brand-urilor clasice drugstore (L’Oreal, Maybelline, Miss Sporty), cam ce găsiți și în hipermarketuri. La partea de îngrijire, găsiți Dove, Nivea, Schwartzkopf, Elmiplant, Garnier, etc.

3. Insulele de machiaj din mall-uri (Cupio, Golden Rose, Flormar)

Cu siguranță ați observat, dacă sunteți din Cluj, că există brand-uri care se găsesc în Vivo (ex. Flormar, Golden Rose) sau în Iulius Mall (Cupio, Farmasi). Eu mi-am cumpărat mai demult un eyeliner mișto și multe oje de la Flormar, rujuri mate de la Farmasi, iar recent am testat și un pigment de la Cupio de care am rămas impresionată.

Deci deseori trec pe acolo și mă uit ce a mai apărut nou 🙂

Alte sugestii:

  • există un magazin mic lângă Sora, unde găsiți produse ieftine si bune de la Farmasi, Catrice, Essence
  • Kendra (in Magazin Central – găsiți produse Revlon, Sleek – dar la prețuri mult mai mari decât în altă parte)
  • farmacii (pentru șamponul uscat Batiste, creme și alte produse de skincare La Roche Posay, Avene, Farmec, etc.)

De unde NU cumpăr cosmetice

In general, mă feresc să cumpăr produse online de pe grupuri de Facebook. Nu contest că ar fi originale sau de bună calitate, dar prefer să nu mă complic, și de obicei aleg varianta magazinelor acreditate.

De asemenea, nu aș cumpăra produse deja folosite de la alți bloggeri sau make-up artiști (chiar dacă sunt dezinfectate), de pe OLX sau mai știu eu de pe unde. Pe lângă faptul că nu sunt convinsă de calitatea lor și nu prea e igienic, mai e și faza (complet superficială, recunosc) că vreau să am produse frumoase, să arate bine în pozele de pe Instagram. Ceva pe jumătate folosit și cu textul șters nu mai arată la fel de sexy 😃

Despre comenzile pe site-uri internaționale

Încă nu am reușit să plasez comenzi pe site-uri din afara țării, dar îmi doresc în curând să o fac. Câteva site-uri care mi-au atras atenția: CultBeauty.com, BeautyBay.com, Colourpop.com, MorpheBrushes.com. Poate și câteva pensule funky de pe AliExpress sau Amazon 😃

Vă țin la curent dacă se întâmplă, mă gândesc să fac un video pe YouTube cu unboxing și detalii despre livrare.

Cam acestea sunt magazinele de unde îmi cumpăr eu produsele cosmetice, de make-up și îngrijire.

Voi de pe ce site-uri comandați cel mai des? Ce alte recomandări ați avea, sau ce experiențe ați avut până acum cu magazinele menționate de mine în articol?

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New Beauty & Skincare Products I’ve Been Trying Lately | YouTube Video

Hi lovelies!

Last week I uploaded a new video on my YouTube channel and I just realized I forgot to share it with you as well, so sorry about that. In this video, I’m talking about some of the beauty products that entered my routine recently.

These are skincare, haircare or bodycare products that I recently bought or received for testing. You can see below the full list of products, and a couple of details about each one, in case you’re not the biggest fan of watching videos 😃

1. L’Oreal Triple Active Moisturizer

This is a new moisturizer I’ve just included in my skincare routine. I like that it has a gel texture, it’s super smoothing and refreshing, and it’s also the perfect base for make-up.

2. Ziaja Manuka Tree Cleansing Gel & Toner

It’s the first time I’m trying anything from the Ziaja brand, but so far I’m very pleased with my choices.

The cleansing gel is very efficient in removing the face make-up, it’s soft and gentle. And the toner is fresh, it helps keep my skin calm, hydrated and soothed.

They both have a lovely subtle scent. My skin seems happy, so I’m gonna keep using them.

3. Emozione by Salvatore Ferragamo Perfume

This was a birthday gift, and I’m more than excited about it! It’s my favorite perfume of all times, I think it’s very classy, feminine and chic. It’s a floral fruity fragrance, so it smells like summer, and it makes you feel like you’re in a big elegant garden, in a sunny day, while wearing a silky dress.

Top Notes: Bergamot, Iris, Peach

Heart Notes: Peony, Bulgarian Rose, Heliotrope

Base Notes: Patchouli, Suede, White Musk

4. Solaris Tea Tree Essential Oil

I’ve had a couple of breakouts lately, and my skin didn’t feel too well, so I used this tea tree essential oil to dry out the pimples and help me look like a human being again 😃

Just make sure you mix it with moisturizer or add a few drops on a wet cotton swab, because it could hurt your skin if you apply it straight on the face.

5. Elmiplant Slim No Gym Gel

Great for achieving a soft and smooth skin, not so great for cellulite, unless you actually pair it with healthy food and exercise (duuh!). So it’s not a wonder product, but it does feel great on the skin (it has a soft cooling effect) and it helps it become more firm and tight.

6. B.U. In Action Deo Spray

I’ll admit I’m not a big fan of women spray deodorants, because I feel like they’re not as efficient as the ones from the men’s department.

But this one from B.U. actually does its job very well, it smells great, and it keeps me protected all day long, even in this crazy heat. So I’m impressed 😃

7. Wash & Go Shampoo & Conditioner

Even though I’m still madly in love with Syoss products, I ocasionally use other brands as well for my hair. These two products from Wash & Go are pretty good, they keep my hair clean, soft and easy to untangle. They’re not the best for volume though, but overall I’m pleased with the way they make my hair look and feel.

Well, that was about it. Let me know if you’ve used any of these products, and what goodies have you recently included in your routine!

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Product(s) of the week #2: Schwartzkopf Essence Ultime Caviar+ Hair Renew (Shampoo & Conditioner)

Hi lovelies! Today I wanted to show you some of the hair products I’ve been using lately: Schwartzkopf Essence Ultime Caviar+ Hair Renew, for regenerated, revived hair. In this range you will find a shampoo, a conditioner, a multi-effect serum and a nourishing mask.

I got the shampoo & conditioner for testing at #bbmcluj a few months ago, and they’re almost empty now 🙂 So I thought this would be the perfect time to tell you a few things about them.

The Caviar+ Hair Renew products have pearl essence & caviar extract, luxurious ingredients that are supposed to keep the hair youthful, strong and healthy. They smell soo good, and the packaging is also on point (really instagrammable). I was very excited to try them, because I’ve never tested anything else with caviar extract.

The Caviar+ Hair Renew Shampoo

I like the shampoo, it’s efficient and it leaves my hair clean and smooth. It does a lot of foam, but if you give it a good rinse it’s all good, it doesn’t leave any residues. Also, the scent lasts on the hair for a few hours after washing it.

I must say it’s a great shampoo, but it’s probably not the perfect match for oily hair. I need to wash my hair every 2-3 days, because my roots get greasy really fast, even if I’m not working out or something.

I’ve yet to find my holy-grail, but so far I think I like the Syoss shampoos more, they seem to keep my hair clean for a bit longer.

The Caviar+ Hair Renew Conditioner

I’m a big fan of this conditioner. It leaves my hair soft, smooth and silky, and it makes it easier to brush and untangle. Also, even though it has a thick creamy texture, it doesn’t weight down your hair.

This conditioner is very nourishing, so it’s perfect for dry or split ends. And it also helps me get rid of frizzy hair, so that’s a bonus.

One of the best effects I noticed since I started using these products is less hair breakage. Overall, my hair does seem healthier and less damaged. Also, in the same day I wash it, it looks fresh, smooth and voluminous, like I just got out of the hair salon 🙂

The price is somewhere between 25-30 RON each, for 250ml quantity. I spotted them at DM Drogerie Markt, but I’m sure they’re also available in hypermarkets and other beauty stores.

Have you tried these products? Or maybe other beauty products with caviar extract? What was your experience with them?

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5 Mistakes I Was Making In My Hair Care Routine & How I Fixed Them

Hello lovelies! You know that moment when your hair looks really flat, with no life, no volume, no nothing?

This was a constant struggle for me during the years. To be honest, for many years I didn’t really pay much attention to my hair care routine. I was doing many things that felt natural and normal at the time, but that were causing a lot of issues in the way my hair looked.

To give you a little background, I have greasy hair, so I need to wash it every 2-3 days. And my biggest problem is making it look decent in between washes. That wasn’t such a big issue really, I just figured there’s not much I can do about it.

But sometimes my hair didn’t even look OK in the next day after washing it. I mean, in less than one day my hair would be flat, with no volume, greasy and hard to work with. Why? Well, I started to discover some of the reasons behind this. So here are the 5 mistakes I was making:

1. Shampooing it only once

Apparently, this doesn’t work as well in cleaning your hair. I did a little research, and the right way to do it is:

  • wet the hair really well, to make it soak in enough water
  • use a bit of shampoo, and use circular motions to get it evenly distributed on the scalp
  • rinse well
  • then come back with a second round of shampoo, for a deep cleanse, to get rid of any residues and dirt
  • rinse again

I started using this technique recently, and I started to notice the difference. My hair feels much more soft and clean if I do this routine, instead of just shampooing it once. I know it’s much more time consuming, but it’s totally worth it.

2. Letting my hair dry naturally over night

While this might sound like a good idea, it actually isn’t. I thought it would be better to let it dry naturally, so I won’t have to use heat (which we all know it’s damaging the hair). And that’s OK if you wash your hair during the day.

The problem is when you go to sleep like that, because that’s the perfect way to achieve frizzy and tangled hair 🙁 And since I usually wash my hair just before I go to bed… that was a mistake I was doing very often.

In the morning, while trying to brush it and style it, my hair would look dry and frizzy, with a lot of unwanted volume (the kind of volume that makes you look like a broom), and really hard to untangle.

So I’m not doing that anymore. I wash my hair as usual in the evening, and then wait for 30 mins or so before I dry it with my Braun Volume & Style brush. And in the morning, I just have to brush it once and I’m good to go.

3. Brushing it too often

Speaking of brushing my hair… I used to do it very often. But guess what? Since I have greasy hair, brushing it more than 2 times a day did much worse than good. That’s because I was stimulating the sebum secretion in my hair, and that’s definitely not what I wanted to happen.

Same thing goes for touching my hair way too often during the day, which has the same effect. So even though it’s hard to let go of this habit, I have to do it, because I hate greasy hair. And I definitely don’t want to wash it every day 🙂

And by the way, I was watching some YouTube videos where beauty gurus with really gorgeous hair were sharing their beauty secrets. And some of them were saying that they don’t even brush their hair daily. Just once after washing it, and then they would leave it like that for a few days, until they wash it again. Crazy, huh? But I’m pretty sure it could work!

4. Using too little conditioner and applying it only at the ends

And now you’re going to ask – why is this a mistake, that’s where you need to place it, right? Well, not exactly. I mean, I’m not saying you should apply conditioner on the roots. But you need to cover a much bigger surface that you would think. Go higher up to the ear level (mid-length), don’t just apply it on the ends. All your hair needs to be hydrated and nourished, and that’s exactly what conditioners and masks do.

Also, I was using way too little product. It seems you need to use a much bigger quantity, especially if you have long hair. The good news: there are many affordable conditioners and masks on the market, so you don’t have to splurge too much. Just make sure you’re using enough product, to get the desired effects 🙂

5. Wearing a ponytail too often

This hairstyle is a life-saviour, I know, but it also damages the hair. If you do a sleek sexy ponytail once in a while, that’s fine.

But if you’re doing it like I did, really often, just to make you look decent when your hair is greasy and nasty, I’d suggest you pick a different solution. You can use dry shampoo or texturising powders, to absorb some of those oils and make your hair look nice, or you can just wear a cap or a hat.

I still have the tendency to do ponytails every time I have a bad hair day, but I’m trying to find other ways to make it work. Besides, I don’t know if I’m the only one, but sometimes I also get headaches when my ponytail is too tight, and that really ruins my mood for the day.

I’m thinking about buying the famous “invisibobble”, that promises no hair breakage and no split ends. Maybe this would solve the problem? Let me know if you’ve tried it before and if you recommend it or not.

So, I’m happy I learned a couple of new things along the way, and now I can take better care of my hair. Now it has a much better texture and volume, and it looks way better than it used to. I’m still not an expert, but I’m doing my best to keep it fresh and healthy.

Do you do any of these mistakes? Or did you adjust your hair care routine recently?

Let’s share thoughts and experiences in the comment section below 🙂

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Beauty Empties & Replacements: Hair, Skin, Nails and Body Care

Hello lovelies! It’s finally time for my first beauty empties and replacements post.

I didn’t really understand the purpose of “empties” until now, I’ll be honest. But I recently noticed that I used a lot of products in the past months that I haven’t mentioned here on the blog, so I thought this would be a good opportunity to talk a bit about them. These are all beauty products – hair, skin, nails and body care.

I also decided to include their replacements, to tell you why I did or didn’t repurchase a product, if I recommend it or not, or if I just wanted to try some new stuff. All of them are affordable brands: Nivea, Balea, Farmec, Syoss – some of my favorites in terms of quality vs. price.

So grab a cup of coffee and enjoy!

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HAIR

Syoss Ceramide Complex Anti-Breakage Shampoo

After constantly using the Full Hair 5 shampoo for almost a year, I bought this Anti-Breakage version to switch things up a bit. I must say I was really impressed, it does a great job – even better than the Full Hair 5 one. So I decided to repurchase it.

I really like it, it leaves my hair soft and clean, it smells great and I also noticed less hair breakage after using it. I’m a big fan of Syoss products, so I’m happy I found another awesome shampoo in their product range.

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Syoss Oleo Rich Nourishing Oil Conditioner

This conditioner was quite good, but I didn’t want to repurchase it. It’s nourishing and it leaves your hair in a good condition, but I haven’t noticed any major improvements – and I don’t have an excessively dry hair. I know I included this on my May Favorites – and I still think it’s a good product – but definitely not a “must-have”.

Balea Intensive Care Hair Mask (with Vanilla & Almond Oil)

I got this new mask from Balea almost a month ago, so I did manage to use some of it. It’s a lot more intense and hydrating than a usual conditioner, but gentle enough so I can use it on every wash. It smells delicious and it has a really nice texture, very soft and creamy.

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SKIN

Garnier Express 2-in-1 Eye Make-up Remover

I’m quite glad I finished this product. It does a good job in removing the make-up, but I had to struggle a bit to remove any last drop of mascara or eyeliner. So it works well, but there was just too much effort involved.

Nivea Double Effect Eye Make-up Remover

So I got back to my old love, the Nivea Double Effect make-up remover. This is much more efficient, it works amazing even for waterproof make-up, and it’s much quicker and easier to use. I can’t recommend this product enough 🙂

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Gerovital Happiness Anti-Imperfections Serum Illumination Effect

I used this serum every morning after my skincare routine, as a primer or simply to give a nice glow to the face. It’s perfect as a primer, by making the foundation look and apply better. Really nice product, but a bit drying – even for my combination skin.

Vichy Idealia Smoothing and Illuminating Cream

I got these samples from Vichy last month, they had a testing campaign. I think Idealia is a great moisturizer, it leaves your skin soft and luminous. So if you want to buy it, it’s probably a good investment.

Elmiplant Skin Moisture Day Cream

I’m currently looking for a really good high-end day cream, but I’m still not sure whether I should go for Clinique, Vichy or Clarins… so I’m still doing my research, before spending all my money in Sephora.

Meanwhile, I bought this Elmiplant day cream, which works well on my combination skin. If feels very moisturizing, it has a lightweight non-oily formula and it enters the skin really fast.

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Nivea Anti-Blemish 3-in-1 Cleanser

I used this product as a mask 2-3 times per week. It doesn’t leave the skin dry or clogged, but fresh and clean. It helps with imperfections, you can tell the difference after using it. Now it’s almost empty, so I want to try something similar from another brand. If you have any ideas, let me know.

Balea Face Masks

For now I’m gonna keep using these Balea masks, they are very cheap and efficient. My favorites are the Purifying Mask (good for removing dead skin cells & mattify the skin – with clay, zinc, hyaluronic acid and milk proteins) and the Dead Sea Mask (good for removing dead skin cells & prevent blemishes – with aloe vera, dead sea mud and chamomile).

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BODY

Balea Dusch Peeling with Orange & Mint, BU In Action Lemon & Vanilla Mousse Shower Cream

These were some of the best summer shower gels, with amazing scents and fresh vibes. I loved the BU shower cream, it has a heavenly smell, I promise. And the Balea dusch peeling worked like a charm to remove any dead skin.

Nivea Care & Diamond Shower Cream

Now I decided to go for a new creamy body wash from Nivea, Care & Diamond. This feels luxurious, very smooth and gentle, and it has a lovely floral scent. Pure diamond touch on your skin 🙂

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Elmiplant Skinnergy So Bright!

I finished this body lotion recently, after using it a lot in the summer. Nothing too special, just the perfect pick-up lotion for the hot season. Also, it’s paraben-free and it smells great, ha ha.

Balea Cream Oil Body Lotion

I was planning to buy a body butter actually, but this Balea body lotion with almond oil got my attention last time I was in DM. I must say I don’t quite like the smell of this one, but it does feel moisturizing and pampering.

It has a creamy texture, nice packaging, friendly price – and it’s limited edition, perfect for this Christmasy season. (And very instagrammable, if you ask me!)

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NAILS

Farmec Nail Polish Remover

This nail polish remover is very efficient (even for glitter nail polish – tested), I’ve been repurchasing it a lot in the past year. Farmec has some really great nailcare products, so you should check them out.

Ebelin Acetone-Free Nail Polish Remover

Since I wasn’t able to find the Farmec one last time I went shopping, I had to buy something else. So I picked up an Ebelin nail polish remover. I like that it has a bigger quantity for the same price, and it’s healthier for the nails because it’s acetone-free.

But it doesn’t have the same efficiency, I had to struggle a bit to remove a regular red nail polish. So I’m not sure if I’ll buy it again.

Did you try any of these products? What empties did you have in the past month? Let me know if you like this kind of posts, and if you want me to do more in the future.

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