Balls to the empties - you know what is really bugging me about this picture, is the fact that there appears to be some sort of mark on me floor in the bottom left hand corner. I really should have cropped this picture, as this mark is winding me up, even though there is no marks on the floors. Anyway moving onto the empties...

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish - the ultimate cleanser, I'd even give it holy grail status - simple as that. Everyone knows how much of a cult product this is - it works wonders on my skin. I will repurchase once I get through the other 1001 cleansers I own,

Lauren's Way Medium Tan Mousse - again another holy grail product. Personally the only tan I will constantly go out and repurchase. Normally I use the darker than dark for a night out, but I see this as a work appropriate tan and I am known to come into work straight after applying this. Fades evenly - honestly I can't knock it. I'll be asking Santa for another bottle of this, Review here.

Soap and Glory Sugar Crush - By far the worst Soap and Glory body scrub I have used - it's more like rubbing gloop onto the skin. I've done a more in depth review here, but in a nutshell, avoid like the plague.

Hawaiian Tropic Body Butter - I'm not going to bore you with yet another rave about this, but it's my... yup you've guessed it holy grail body moisturiser. I'm down to my last two tubs of this, so I will need to repurchase if I can find it cheap. Review here.

Nspa Mango Bubble Bath - I'm not really fussed about what bubble bath I use, however I was impressed with how affordable this is and also how far a small amount goes. It did have an artificial mango scent, which again doesn't bother me. I wouldn't go out my way to repurchase, but I would buy it if you know what I mean.

Girlz Only Dry Shampoo* - I'd never heard of the brand until they sponsored FABB Glasgow and until my sister from another mister Jenna sat and raved on about them for ages at the event (and how she cleared the shelf out at Tesco). For a more affordable dry shampoo I've been really impressed with how this adds texture to the hair and leaves no residue. Really impressed with it. I've got a more in depth review of the range coming soon. Would I repurchase... yes. 

Paul Mitchell Dry Wash Express Waterless Shampoo* - again you know what word I'm going to use don't you.., holy grail. As this is on the pricey side, I've reserved use of this for nights out/special occasions. If you curl your hair and want to add some volume/texture - look no further than this beaut. I'd definitely repurchase and I've done a full review singing its praises here,

Cotton Wool - shock horror, standard feature of these posts.

Random Mini Perfume Sample - I'm sure this was an aftershave, however I can't remember. Whatever it was I'd have kept it to dry spots out, Sounds gross, but it works.

Garnier Ultimate Blends Shampoo/Conditioner - nothing exciting to report with this I'm afraid. Personally I won't be buying full size versions of this,

2014 Total - 71

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