Empties: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly!


It's been a while since I wrote an "empties" post and to be honest I stopped because they didn't seem to be doing so well view wise. I decided to write this post as the products included are either ones I've reviewed before or just ones that I've either really loved or hated. And I do still think that empties posts are helpful because writing your opinion on a bad product could stop someone else from buying as well and also not enjoying it. Surely that's the whole point of beauty blogs?


Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment | £8.49
I brought this after reading a few reviews online but I have to admit that this didn't do anything for my hair at all and overall I was quite disappointed. Over a period of a few weeks, this treatment is meant to gradually thicken and grow your hair but I honestly didn't see any change. The only good point about this product is that it smells absolutely gorgeous!


Cian Madame Glamour Deodorant | 79p
This little beauty is from Lidl and is an absolute bargain for only 79p! The scent is meant to be a dupe for the Chanel Coco Mademoiselle and to be honest it's not far off. I personally don't like the perfume that much as I find it a little too strong but this deodorant smells really sweet and light and as stupid as it sounds, it works really well as a deodorant.


Not a bad little product for only £2 but it's still not one that I'm 100% loving. It really is great for Brunettes as it doesn't leave the nasty grey roots other dry shampoos do. I don't feel like it helps with my greasy roots as well as my Batiste shampoos. Plus the smell is a little too sweet for me and it actually makes me feel slightly sick after a while. Not good!

I reviewed this cream back in December 2013 and I remember absolutely loving it! Luckily this isn't really the sort of cream you need to use every day so one tube has lasted me quite a long time. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to give their feet a bit of TLC before sandal season begins!

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