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Wednesday 24 January 2018

Post-exams Bleach London haul

Bleach London products flatlay

Exams are over!!! Superdrug recently started stocking Bleach London, so of course when I needed a post-exam pick me up I headed straight into Leeds to take a look. As regular readers surely know by now, I'm a teeny bit obsessed with Bleach- their branding is gorgeous, and the products aren't too expensive but they do really work for me. Bonus for their products being vegan and cruelty free and using recycled plastic and cardboard packaging. 

Bleach London products in Superdrug

Too Posh To Wash// I'm normally a Batiste dry shampoo kind of gal, but I'd run out and I thought I'd try a new one for once. Dry shampoo is a must for people like me with hair on the greasy side, but it's also useful for adding volume and texture to your hair as well. This one smells amazing, the packaging is gorgeous and, most importantly, it didn't leave a white residue in my hair. To be honest, I wish I didn't like this as much as I do- at £6 it's twice the price of Batiste, but I might just be converted.

Old Blue Last// This protein treatment is something I've had my eye on for a while, but couldn't justify paying £6 for one 10ml treatment. But I was feeling the "treat yo-self" vibes, and I finally picked it up. I used it the other day and it did make my hair feel really nice, especially the more damaged ends. I'd definitely pick this up again, especially if I've got a special occasion coming up.  But, for more everyday hair care I'll stick with Bleach's reincarnation mask (£6)- one tube lasts me ages and you get way more bang for your buck. 

Glitterati in Phase 1// I bought Bleach's BYO pallete over summer, and I'm being quite picky as to what I want to put in it. I had to get a glitterati though- it's going to be such a staple for me in spring/summer. It's actually surprisingly wearable as an eyeshadow, but I'm really excited to use it for going out, for gigs, and for festivals (I'm determined to see Babymetal at Download this year, and I'll deffo be going to Slam Dunk Leeds too).

So yeah, a nice lil haul. All hits and no filler, and I'm very pleased. Did you guys have any exams? What's your favourite thing to splurge on?
Thanks for reading!

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