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April 24, 2017

New Products for Spring on FarleyCo


Thanks again to FarleyCo for sending me some products new for Spring from their brands.  I got the chance to pick a handful of products I'd be interested in trying and I'm here with a review for you all.



First up, EcoTools Polishing Facial Cloths.  I chose these because I thought they would be nice to replace the face towels I normally use.  Although these are a great idea and EcoTools is a great, environmentally friendly brand.. these are not for me.  They are very thin cloths that you use your cleanser on to remove your makeup.  Sure they do their job but because they are so thin and white, they get covered with makeup and fast.  They'll go in my face cloth rotation but not sure they're worth it.


I also chose a face mask, the 7th Heaven Earth Kiss Pure Pore Cleanse Face Mask.  This is a detox mud mask and includes cooling glacial mud, white tea, spearmint and Himalayan Shilajit.  I absolutely loved this mask, it had all the things I love in a mask, the cooling mud, tightening my skin while it dries and the minty smell.  It reminds me of Lush's Mask of Magnaminty.  Only thing is a wish these masks came in a bigger, multiple use size because I don't use the whole package even when I put it on thick and it just seems like a waste.



Next I opted for the So...? Sinful fragrance.  It is described as having notes of pineapple, violet, dark chocolate and vanilla.  Although I do enjoy the scent, it's not one I would wear on my body necessarily.  I would maybe use it on my sheets or towels to give that somewhat sexy feel when I'm wrapped up in my towel or bed.  May sound a little crazy but the scent reminds me of a sultry candle you would light when getting in the mood with your significant other.



Next up, from Johnny's Chop Shop is the Glide 'Em High Grooming Cream.  I handed the men's hair product over to Simon (find him on Instagram) and let him write a little review for you guys: "With hair a bit damp post shower, I used the (insert cream name here).  I used about a dime sized amount. Now I have curly hair so I wrestled it in for a couple seconds.  What was cool was that it didn't leave a sticky residue on your hands afterwards. Having thicker hair I was impressed to see I was able to control where my hair went without it going haywire. It didn't dry hard either, nor was my hair stiff. I was actually able to fix it quite easily later on without a big, sticky mess ensuing. I'd like to see how it works with my hair a bit longer. Will I use it again? Yes." 


The product I was most excited to receive were the Real Techniques Miracle Mini Eraser Sponges.  This is a tinny version of their Miracle Sponge which I am already obsessed with.  If you need a cheaper alternative to the Beauty Blender, definitely go with their sponges.  I love to use this little sponge under my eyes and on spots for concealing.  It allows for more precision than the bigger sponge and is easier to use.

Big thanks again to FarleyCo, I hope you guys go check them out and give some of these products a try.  Currently adding more Real Techniques brushes and 7th Heaven mud masks to my cart.


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** the products in this post were sent to me free of charge. I am not being compensated for my reviews and all thoughts are entirely my own.**

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