Disappointing Products | #1

This is going to be the first post in my disappointing products series, in which I talk about products I regret buying and ultimately don't think are worth the money.

P.S Love...Egg Makeup Sponge

I picked up this makeup sponge recently whilst I was in Primark and I thought I would try it out and see if it rivals my current favourite. I currently use the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge and I love it, however, recently I've found it difficult to use because pieces keep breaking off and it has become quite clogged with foundation (even though I was it regularly), so I though it's about time I get a new one.

You Beauty Discovery Box | July 2015

I went through a phase last year where I was obsessed with receiving monthly beauty boxes in the post, however, spending £12.95 a month on a box filled with products didn't seem worthwhile when all I was receiving was copious amount of moisturiser and hand creams, so I unsubscribed.

The Girl On The Train

Whilst on holiday in Cornwall in early June I bought this book on a whim after a few too many rainy days. I was overwhelmed by the amount of books available in WHSmith and didn't recognise many of the titles or authors so I went for the easy option and purchased the number 1 best seller, The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins. After reading the blurb, I wasn't sure if this was the sort of book I would like because it was described as a thriller- and I'm a total wimp when it comes to horror!

Mac Studio Sculpt Dupe

I have always been a long time lover of the Mac studio sculpt foundation due to its full coverage and matte finish with the added bonus of SPF. This foundation glides seamlessly over my skin giving me a flawless finish which lasts all day- something I have struggled to find with other high-end foundations. This foundation retails at £25.00 for 40ml, which isn't too pricey considering the cost of other high-end foundation such as Dior, Chanel etc.