Nothing beats a Lush stock-up at this time of year, now we have a warmer flat with a better bath I’m all about soaking in the tub for hours on end. Sometimes I have to talk myself out of having another bath (normal behaviour there, Kate) but Lush goodies and dark, cold evenings totally make it acceptable.
I’m all about beachy hair, so I picked up a couple of hair products to keep my locks all tousled and effortless – the first being Lush BIG Shampoo (£12.25), my second tub of the stuff because I’m pretty much obsessed. I know this is the reason I have to dye my hair constantly, but I just love it – it makes my hair so bouncy and full of life, with a touch of texture, a bit of tousled wave and a lovely glossy finish. It takes a bit of getting used to at first, because you are rubbing handfuls of salt in to your hair but that passes and regular shampoo starts to feel odd. Yup.
I also got myself the Lush Sea Spray Hair Mist (£9.95), a beachy salt spray for achieving Blake Lively hair. I’m yet to try this but I’ll keep you in the loop, because who DOESN’T want beach hair in the midsts of winter?
I also got my standard block of The Comforter Bubble Bar (£4.75), I can make one of these bars last four months which is actually something I’d put on my CV if I had a need for one. I just finished my last bar and baths haven’t been the same without it – this smells delicious, makes the bath pink and creates an unnecessary amount of bubbles. Divine!
Another bath time thing I gone done did pick up is the Lush Snow Angel Bath Melt (£3.75), a purchase I’ll probably regret when I have glitter in places where glitter doesn’t belong. Too cute to pass up though.
Finally, I skipped my usual Olive Branch shower gel and went for the Rose Jam (£4.75) number; I adore the Rose Jam scent so this was a must! Ohhh boy, just one huff and I was hooked. I’ll try really hard not to eat this but I can’t promise anything, folks. I’m not even a big rose fan, but this is like the Beyonce of roses fragrances. Seriously.
Are you planning a Lush haul?