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Blog event : The Body Shop Event



Last saturday, I attended an event held at the body shop in Newport on the isle of Wight.
It was to celebrate the launch of the new refit for the store. They had a meet and greet and make up tutorial session With @sailorsarah a fellow fashion blogger from the isle of wight.

The make up assistant roxy applied these amazing  products on Sara ; face toner, moisturiser and  she then went onto products that would work well with redness, or blemishes to the skin. (all products can be used on any skin types).
Sara was keen to try out new products, she also braved wearing pink eyeshadow (as she is well known for her dark colours!) Her own mum said how nice it is to see her wearing colour  hahaha.



Get the look:
Eyes-Shimmer cube palette 26 hot pink £16 
Cheeks-honey bronze bronzing powder £13
Blusher-All in one check colour bubblegum £8 
Foundation- all in one face base £14 
Lashes-Super volume mascara £10
Tea tree flawless bb cream £8 
Lighting touch universal radiance £14 
Lips-Colour crush lipstick passionate pink £10 
Vitamin c skin revivar £15 


 While at the event I ended up bumping into old school friends I hadnt seen in years! So it was lovely to catch up at such a chilled and relaxing event. The body shop girls also put together a collection of cupcakes and yummy ice tea shots for the event to raise money for missisle.com.




Once the MUA finished the makeup tutorial we had a look around at the new green tea range, where we were kindly treated to a hand massage with these new products; Fuji green tea body scrub and Fuji green tea body sorbet. The texture of the body scrub was very different to what I was expecting, It was light & silky with a fresh tingly feel to it. Once applied you remove the access to apply the sorbet. Again I was expecting this to be a heavy sorbet but it was so light and cooling. The difference between each arm was amazing, one was left soft and fresh while  the other not so pampered! 


For more on The Body Shop head to:
www.thebodyshop.co.UK

For Sarah head to: 
Twitter- @sailorsarah
Instagram- sailorsarah
Sailorsarah.blogspot.co.uk

I hope you enjoyed the read
Lots of love 
Natasha
xXx

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