Monday, 28 March 2016

Best cheap products for hair extensions

After wearing hair extensions for around three years I've acquired a list of products I will always repurchase and some that are no good and wouldn't recommend. I've found using oils, paddle brushes and strong shampoos are not good for hair that doesn't grow from the scalp and hair extensions, whether semi permanent or clip-ins it can be expensive to replace them if they're not taken care of correctly.

I've compiled a list of the affordable products I absolutely wouldn't be without!

Sunday, 27 March 2016

£3 House of Holland dupes

I recently saw celebrities like Kesha and Rita Ora sporting sunglasses with 'Cross my heart and hope to die, stick a needle in my eye' arranged around each lens. After intense research, I found out they were 'On a Promise', by House of Holland and would set you back a pretty £150. As this to me is unachievable, I found dupes on eBay and Amazon from between £15-20. I added a few to my wish lists and thought I would buy them on payday.

When I was browsing through the Wish app on my iPhone, a shopping app tailored to the things you like, the exact same dupe sunglasses came up for £3 and £1 postage and packaging. I ordered them March 1st 2016, and received them on the 24th March 2016. They of course came from overseas, China I imagine, like most items on Wish do and 20 working days is about the average for items from there to the UK.

Obviously, for £3 I am not expecting a direct replica.