Since i spent most of my teenage years in the 90s and it was when i first started experimenting with different beauty products…i wasn’t allowed to touch my mums small collection of lipsticks. Mum is a natural beauty and doesn’t wear much slap 🙂
Lets take a trip down old memory lane and see what i found/remembered:
Rimmel Hide The Blemish Concealer
My first item of make up i owned that i just used to apply under my eyes and on my spots i must of looked a right plank. I think that Rimmel still make the exact same concealer.
Bourjois Volume Clubbing Blue Mascara
Blue mascara was the rage i really dunno why as it looked bloody hideous well it did on me but because i wanted to fit in i wore it hideously well.
Wella Shaders & Toners
I bought these literally every week as my mum used to say your not old enough to start messing about with your hair. They were Cheap too so spending a little pocket money on them was well worth it.
The Signature Scent
In my school bag was always a Charlie Pink. i didn’t understand when people had the red or the black one. Guess my obsession for pink started then.
Every Christmas my mum would slip a Tommy Girl into my stocking it was tradition and my brother had the male equivalent.
The exclamation was what my sister used to wear i wasn’t a fan but when i had forgot my Charlie it was better than nothing.
All three of these are still available to buy shows that some things never go out of fashion.
Johnsons Holiday Skin
I can’t help but laugh. I had gone a bit silly with it as i thought it was idiot proof but i had started gradually doing it on my arms and then distributing to other areas of my body only for it to be patchy and streaky as hell. Mum had to scrub me to get it off. Lets just say it went in the bin once used…Never again.
Johnsons Baby Powder
The days before Batiste Dry Shampoo came good old Talc. On the days when i just couldn’t be assed to wash my hair so i supported a slap head ponytail and a fluffy full fringe what an attractive look.
I blame the products for my mishaps…if they hadn’t of made them i wouldn’t have looked so silly.
But hey lessons are learnt growing up and the 90s was memorable for sure.