After Aldo (haulage here), I spotted a teeny tiny Boots store (ground floor) and decided to pop in for a quick peek. I ended up getting a Hair BB Powder (wuuuuuut) and some Lash Glue (to master putting on False Lashes in a jiffy) and a pair of False Lashes (for practice).
My first (hence #1) Sultan Center Haulage of the year 2018 (I think I’m just going to title them by number from now on, much easier that way). Honestly, I just needed some Makeup Remover because mine was about to run out. I ended up getting a few personal care items, drinks, savory snacks and sweet snacks too. Unfortunately, not everything was a win.
Also at Soug Sharq and during that same visit, no less, (it’s slowly dawning on me that I might have a problem lawl) I stopped at Sultan Center for soaps, snacks and some more Hair Care stuff (I wasn’t joking about my hair being a mess).
Also at Soug Sharq, I stopped by Boots. I wasn’t planning on getting anything especially since I literally just bought some makeup-y bits at Debenhams (hauled here), but then I saw that they had so many cool new products and several new brands too.
For starters, they had the SpaWax (stripless wax warming kit) by the brand Veet which I’d been lusting after, ever since I saw one of my favorite YouTubers plugging it in one of her videos… years ago. Second, I noticed two new brands which were House of Lashes (which I’d been dying to try) and GOSH Cosmetics, and even though I don’t particularly enjoy Soap & Glory (reviews here), they had the cutest Gift Set that was shaped like an actual Christmas Cracker, which I just couldn’t resist. Also, they had a Buy Two Get One Free deal on all Hair Care, and my hair was in dire need of some serious TLC. I only got one makeup-y item which was a mascara, but the rest are all personal care, hair care and body care stuff. Plus, they even tossed in a free makeup bag.
Silver Shampoo is a treatment designed to reduce the yellow tones of keratin, typical in white and grey hair. The Azulene and Amino Acids derived from Wheat Protein reduce the yellow tones in white and grey hair, as well as copper tones in light blonde, bleached or highlighted hair. Its formula is enriched with olive oil lipoprotein to give your hair extra shine and body.
For years, I’ve only ever heard (and read) great things about the Aussie 3 Minute Miracle, but I’ve never actually tried it before. I kept meaning to purchase it at some point but never actually got around to it. Once I cut my hair into a lob (long bob), I figured it was an appropriate time to start experimenting with hair-care products that I’ve never used before, and made that a priority. I found this Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deep Treatment at Sultan Center. It was quite inexpensive (especially for 250ml).