It's like someone up there knows it's spring, as it's been gorgeously sunny here up north these last few days.
So it seemed quite fitting that a LUSH package - which came bursting with deliciously fruity seasonal fragrances - dropped through my letter box yesterday.
|Some of LUSH's spring offerings: You've Been Mangoed Bath Melt, Happy Blooming Bath Melt and The Comforter Bubble Bar|
Like around 99% of bloggers, I'm a huge fan of LUSH. There's just something about the place, isn't there?
I'll often be wandering by the shop with absolutely no intention of popping in until I get a waft of something fruity and that's it, you'll have a job to get me out! I usually come away laden with bags as I'm lured in by the LUSH assistants' gentle powers of persuasion/excellent sales patter.
I'm an absolute sucker for bath bombs and bubble bars - and if I'm ever in LUSH I usually pick up the brand's Creamy Candy bar or The Comforter, largely on account of them being easy to snap into pieces I don't know about you, but I think it always seems a shame to use a full bar in one bath and some of the bomb-shaped ones are buggers to break up.
LUSH's bath melts are new to me, though - so I'm looking forward to giving these fruity-looking beauties a go.
Bath and body care aside, I'd really recommend LUSH's Ocean Salt face scrub and their Grease Lightening Tea Tree Treatment - both an absolute pleasure to use and less than a tenner each!
And seeing as it's spring, I've been making more of an effort to wear lighter, prettier make-up shades. My normal shocking pink blush has been replaced with a soft coral one by No7 and MAC's Ravishing (an orange/coral) and Please Me (pale pink/nude) are my go-to lipsticks.
Do you change your make-up routine in spring? Are you a fan of LUSH? Any favourite products from the shop?
FTC Disclaimer: These products were sent to me for review consideration. I have not been paid to write this post; neither am I affiliated with the brand in any way. All opinions are my own and 100% honest, as always.