On Sunday Monica and I am going to Kensington Olympia, West London for the Olympia Beauty show. I’d authorized to attend the big event when I first began blogging in February and had been looking forward to attending for some time. We found its way to the afternoon and headed straight to the press area to access grips with what the show got on offer. We were also lucky to be booked in for some complimentary beauty treatments enough.

I’d been booked in for a lashes treatment with Nouveau Lashes and was super thrilled to have my first set of individual lashes applied. However, I hadn’t really thought forward with my constitute choice. I would recommend not wearing constitute if you are having this treatment done as it is frustrating to remove everything during your appointment. My lashes certainly looked fuller and longer afterwards, which is something I would think about having done again.

Monica got a ‘makeover’ session with Jane Iredale makeup products, and as a person who usually steers clear of natural powder centered foundations, it was interesting to see it applied and the way the finish looked. Both of us got interviewed for the Olympia Beauty 2014 video on our applying for grants blogging and the industry that were an interesting experience and after having I had a manicure it was to the show! We made sure we headed to the NYX Cosmetics stand where Monica and I checked out everything they had on offer. I’m a massive enthusiast of NYX and wish it was more accessible to buy to get here in the united kingdom. We picked up a few bits and then wandered around.

We checked out OPI who experienced an incredible stand with every color toenail Polish you could ever want and then it was onto Skincare. On the dial (International Institute For ANTI-AGING) stand we had a complimentary pores and skin analysis carried out. Now, I’m a little of a massive cynic and I always these ‘results’ with a pinch of sodium.

I can not be alone in thinking that skin-care ‘institutes’ should be natural? After a less than impressive skin ‘analysis’ it was onto Dermalogica for another pores and skin consultation. We finished the day off by popping to the stunning brows stand and Monica volunteered to be the Guinea pig and have the product tested on her.

Although the powder and stencils appeared to work well on her, I’m not sure if it justifies the £30 price tag, when my beloved Anastasia DipBrow Pomade comes in at £15. Overall, day trip – however we’d fun, I was remaining feeling just a little disappointed by having less commercial brands exhibiting. We found there were a lot of false tan and nail brands on show, but not way too many recognizable make up brands – but as bloggers, we weren’t exactly the target demographic of the show. I definetly recommend participating in a beauty show as it’s a terrific way to see what’s out there and check out new products. I’d love to listen to what your preferred beauty show is! I want to know in the comments!

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