Birch Box and Habitat
It wasn’t going to be long before two of my favourtie things (other than my #OOTD) came together on Love Cloth – Beauty and interiors.
I have done many a post on my monthly treats from Birchbox. For those of you who haven’t heard of it before, basically you receive five personalised beauty samples every month and when you find one you love you can buy a full-size version on the Birchbox website. Simples.
This Month they’ve teamed up with Habitat for a ‘DO TRY THIS AT HOME’ partnership. Motivating us to refresh things at home.

“Your house is your temple, so why not make it – and yourself – look fabulous.’

Now is the time for a spring clean, whether it’s your beauty regime or even just clearing out your wardrobe… I’m doing both.


One of my main aims for spring is to finally declutter and get my flat in order, starting with some pretty storage from Habitat. I don’t think I’ve ever got so much love on instagram before but I do love my new set up with this Yeoman console table and trunks. What better way to make your new storage feel welcome, than to fill it with some new treats? I have been running low on lots of beauty favourties this month, as well as wanting to try something new.

Birch Box BeautyRen Beauty

First up, the base. If there’s one thing I’ve learnt is that it’s all about the base.
I’ve been testing the REN Rosa Centifolia cleanser, which has been great for my dry skin. I’m a big fan of balm-turned-cleansing milks and this has left my skin soft and glowing.For something new, I wanted to try HealGel. With a description that reads “Diminish dark circles, puffiness and fine lines in one with this advanced eye formula from HealGel.” You can count me in!

Philip Kingsley

This is my 3rd tub of the Philip Kingsley Elasticizer. My hair has become very broken during winter; this literally brings back that nice hairdresser bounce and shine. Highly recommend!
For something new I thought that if the above product is so great I need to try more, like the Moisture Balancing Conditioner which I use daily to add moisture to those pesky dry ends.
Benefit make up

Spring calls for some glow back into my make up routine and with that I’m going back to an old favourtie Benefit High Beam. I love to drop a few bits into my foundation for high impact dewy look. To make sure all stays in place I’m using Laura Mercier Foundation primer. The perfect antidote to stop all that hard work sliding off your face during the day.

Or if you want to really declutter your makeup bag, I’m trying Stila stay all day 10 in 1!  A primer, moisturiser, anti-ageing serum and sheer foundation all-in-one, it great when you want give you skin an off day. I hope you enjoyed tonights post. Let me know if you’d like to see more beauty, interiors or both?


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