1) Lush’s Daddy O violet shampoo for blond and grey hair. It smells so frikkin yummy and makes my hair so shiny. I bought the 100gram bottle for my Kakadu travels and I will definitely be repurchasing a bigger size.
I managed to do it – I had some willpower and stopped myself from doing Natio Little Treasures Part IV post. Although, something tells me I’m not going to be as strong this week. I’ve been under the weather yet again – it what happens when you have a 17-month-old who like all other toddlers is a petri dish brewing up infections – and this week I may have the energy to splurge on some more polish.
“What was the first Lush item you ever bought?” Ayla, one of Lush’s PR people, asked me. The radiant brunette put me instantly at ease.
My Fair Lipstick is a fairly new website and this was our first blogger event so I didn’t know what to expect. But Lush was in the exact same boat – this was a first time meet and greet with the blogger community. That’s pretty huge considering this international company has been down under for over fifteen years.
Ed’s Note: This post was written by Contributing Editor, Kate Derrick.
Colour: Totes Amaze – a bright tropical pink. The colour itself is awesome. It’s a really bright pink and I love that it instantly jazzes up any look. It looks great with olive skin but I think it would suit any colouring.
Cost: I got mine for $7.95 from Priceline. But you can also buy it from Australis at Big W, Kmart, or online.
Mother’s Day may be consumer-driven but it’s also a good reminder to appreciate those very special people – our mums. They’ve nurtured us, helped us grow and maybe offered a bit too much unwanted advice. But sometimes those unsolicited tips and tricks end up becoming staples in one’s routine.