Also during The Big Sale, I stocked up on some Shower Gels (top photo) and Body Scrubs (bottom left) and Moisturizers (bottom right) and even a single Fine Fragrance Mist.
– Island Papaya Deep Cleansing Hand Soap
– Summer Tiramisu Creamy Luxe Hand Soap
– Capri Ocean Breeze Creamy Luxe Hand Soap
– Limoncello Creamy Luxe Hand Soap
– Sunshine and Lemons Creamy Luxe Hand Soap
– Summer Tiramisu Gentle Foaming Hand Soap
– Bergamot Waters Gentle Foaming Hand Soap
– Mahogany Teakwood Gentle Foaming Hand Soap
– Aromatherapy Sleep (Black Chamomile + Bergamot) Gentle Foaming Hand Soap
Hand Soaps were reduced from KD 3/250 to KD 1/250 except for Deep Cleansing Hand Soaps which were reduced to KD 1
I kinda’ went crazy during the sale…
ColourPop were having a 30% off Sale leading up to Labor Day so I placed an order with them, picking up a few things.
Takis Fuego Hot Chili Pepper and Lime Tortilla Chips retail for KD 1/300 each
I don’t know how to explain it but the Tortilla Chips were not triangular. Each one was long and sorta’ wrapped around itself and had a nice crunch to it! You didn’t really feel the kick from the Hot Chili Pepper only until you were halfway through chewing. It kinda’ made me choke back a cough. That Lime though, it hit instantly and it was what made this whole thing just, mmmwah, perfection! Now for the gross part. This stuff makes my nose run, eyes water and mouth pucker, but still… worth it!
My older sister and younger brother don’t like this stuff but my older brother and I can’t enough! I keep telling him he should pay me KD2 (including shipping) whenever he steals a pack from me but he doesn’t agree lol If you haven’t tried Takis yet, go getchu’ some (make sure it says Fuego not Guac)!
My friends are back from summer vacation so I’ve been busy catching up with all of them. I’m also trying to do the Easter Egg on Call of Duty – Zombies Map IX (9), or as I call it, “The Arena” Map. Lastly, I started reading the Mistborn series on my Kindle. That’s why I’ve kinda’ been neglecting my blog lol (soz!)
I placed an order with ColourPop during their Labor Day Sale which just arrived the other day, so “haulage” coming soon, and since I’ve gone through most of my Handbags, I’m going to be moving on to posting about my Shoes and which ones I’m going to keep, donate or trash.
Anyways, I popped by Saveco to grab a handful of Walker’s Banana Split Eclairs Toffee at KD 0/200 a pack and bounced. Like I said, these are located at the check-out counter so I didn’t browse around or anything like that, because I’m trying to make better choices about how and when I spend my monies. That said, I did pop over to LuLu to replenish my stock of Takis (next post) lol
I purchased these Walker’s Banana Split Eclairs Toffee earlier just to try (here) and then two more packs (here) and another two more packs (here). At this point, it’s safe to say I really enjoy them!
Mark Hill Perfect Blow Dry Rollers retail for KD 15/000 each
These detachable rollers are the quickest and easiest way to get that celeb blow dry look. It’s super-easy to nail this style, just blow dry your mane as you usually would before using the detachable radial brush rollers to get those big bouncy curls. Perfect before a big night out!
So I spotted these at Boots (Avenues). Initially, I was drawn to the Mark Hill Perfect Blow Dry Rollers because of the 80’s color scheme (like I said, I’m currently on an 80’s kick) which I thought was so cool! However, when I realized they were actually Hair Rollers, I was highly intrigued!
I’ve always wanted to create a salon-worthy blow-out/blow-dry at home. However, I’ve never quite mastered the art of of using a Round Brush in one hand and a Blow-Dryer in the other. Something about it just too complex for me lol That’s why I turned my eye to Hair Rollers, so sure that they’d give me the results I wanted, and that they’d be much easier to use. I’d fill up my Amazon (UK) wish-list with so many Heated Rollers and would frequently check back to read the reviews, but I would never actually purchase any of them. It’s been that way for years.
That’s why when I spotted these Mark Hill Perfect Blow Dry Rollers, I just had to get them. A sane person would’ve purchased just the one. However, Boots were having a Buy Two Get One Free deal going on, at the time. I figured I was actually saving money (when I got back home, my family were like, “that’s not how it works”) and also, down the line, I may wanna’ have more defined curls as opposed to big voluminous yet shapeless curls so more curlers were needed (it made sense in my mind, ok?)