Garnier Biphase Micellar Cleansing Water in oil (Review and Comparison)

Pred nekaj tedni je Garnier lansiral novo dvofazno micelarno vodico z oljem, ki je vzbudila moje zanimanje v trenutku, ko sem izvedela za njo, saj sem zvesta uporabnica micelarnih vodic že nekaj let, micelarna vodica z oljem pa je zagotovo inovacija, ki sem jo morala preizkusiti. Čeprav navadna Garnierova micelarna ni moja najljubša, saj na trgu obstajajo učinkovitejše vodice, jo pogosto kupujem prav zaradi pakiranja - ker eno pakiranje dokaj hitro porabim, večina vodic pa vsebuje 200 ml, je 400 ml pakiranje vsekakor zakon rešitev. 


Micelarne vodice so namenjene nežnemu odstranjevanju ličil z obraza, pri meni pa so večinoma v uporabi za odstranjevanje tekoče podlage, saj za odstranjevanje očesnih ličil (predvsem črtala in maskare) še nisem našla dovolj učinkovite vodice. Ravno zato me je nova Garnierova micelarna tako zainteresirala, saj oljni odstranjevalci po navadi odstranijo še tako trpežno vodoodporno maskaro in to brez drgnjenja.

Garnier je formuliral vodico, ki naj bi brez drgnjenja odstranila ličila, čistila kožo in jo pomirjala. Učinkovito naj bi odstranjevala tudi vodoodporna in močnejša ličila intenzivnejših odtenkov. Primerna je za čiščenje vseh tipov kože, tudi najobčutljivejše.

Eno petino 400 ml pakiranja sestavlja olje, medtem ko ostale štiri petine sestavlja vodica. Pred uporabo je treba vodico pretresti, da se obe sestavini pomešata. Vodica je zelo nežna, učinkovito odstrani makeup z obraza, odstranjevanje maskare pa je isto težavno kot pri navadni vodici. Kljub temu da ne nosim vodoodporne maskare, odstranjevanje traja malce dlje. Čeprav namočim vatico z micelarno, jo držim nekaj časa na očesu, da raztopi maskaro in nato nežno očistim, maskare ne odstrani popolnoma in moram postopek nekajkrat ponoviti, da maskaro popolnoma odstranim. Na obrazu in niti na očeh ne pušča mastnega filma, je pa odstranjevanje maskare z njo dolgotrajnejši postopek, kot npr. z dvofaznim oljnim odstranjevalcem (moj najljubši je znamke Ombia, ki se dobi v Hoferju), ki maskaro očisti v trenutku. Preizkusila sem jo tudi z vodoodpornim črtalom za oči (znamke Toyoko, ki je res PITA za očistiti), ki sem ga le s težavo odstranila. 


Dvofazno micelarno sem nekajkrat primerjala z Garnierovo navadno micelarno v roza pakiranju, in sicer tako, da sem eno stran očistila z dvofazno, drugo pa z navadno micelarno. Moram reči, da sama nisem opazila velike razlike pri odstranjevanju, zame sta obe delovali podobno, razlika je le ta, da je dvofazna micelarna bolj negovalna in moje kože ne izsuši. V plus ji je tudi vonj, saj diši zelo prijetno.


Čeprav sem slišala ogromno pohval za Garnierjevo dvofazno micelarno vodico, ne morem reči, da je pri meni dosegla nek wow efekt. Zdi se mi soliden izdelek, zame osebno uporaben predvsem pri odstranjevanju podlage z obraza, za odstranjevanje očesnega makeupa pa so mi še vedno ljubši dvofazni oljni odstranjevalci.
Pri tej vodici mi je všeč 400 ml pakiranje, ker se ob pogosti uporabi ne porabi tako hitro, od navadne pa mi je ljubša predvsem zaradi prijetnega vonja (kaj naj rečem, pri meni igra vonj pomembno vlogo) in ker mi ne izsušuje kože. Drugače pa sta meni osebno najboljši micelarni vodici, ki sem ju preizkusila do sedaj, Vichyeva in Afroditina. 

Ste že prezkusile Garnierovo dvofazno micelarno vodico? Kako ste ve zadovoljne z njo? Hvala za pozornost!
*PR izdelek

FOTD: Neon Love

I know, summer is almost over, everybody is already doing autumn posts, but you'll have to excuse me that I post this summery look this late, I just didn't manage to post it before. :) I gave a birth to a beautiful baby girl three weeks ago and I decided to take a short pause from blogging. Well, then other things occupied me when little lady was sleeping, so blogging just had to wait. I still didn't do any blogging schedule, so I have no idea how often will I blog but I'll try to write one or two posts a week at least. :)

Every summer I bring out my Sleek Acid palette to create a neon makeup look. On one hand they all look similar to me because I always use same colors, but on the other hand, I try not to repeat myself and create something different, use a different technique. I often conclude other colours as well, especially black, but this time, I decided to skip black and use only neon shades. That's why I also didn't do winged eyeliner, which is a staple in my makeup routine. 


I could say that cut crease is one of my favourite techniques to do. It makes eyes look bigger (at least so it seems to me). This time, I decided to do a neon gradient eyeliner and a neon gradient look above the lid and leave the lid white. Because it seemed to me that no other colours would go with this look, I did a gradient effect on lower lash line as well. I used only four colours: neon yellow, neon green, neon orange and neon pink. I finished the look with mascara and false lashes. Here you can see how bad I am at glueing false lashes. I usually cover my mistakes with winged eyeliner, but this time, I decided to skip it which I regretted quickly. 


Products I used:
*Face
- Bell HYPOAllergenic BB cream 01 Vanilla
- Bell HYPOAllergenic concealer 01
- Bourjois Silk Edition 01 Porcelain
- Essence Lights of Orient Oriental Beauty bronzer
- Essence Miss Floral Coral blush

*Eyes
- NYX HD eyeshadow base
- NYX Milk jumbo pencil
- Sleek Acid palette
- Sleek Ultra Mattes V2 palette
- Catrice Glam&Doll false lashes mascara
- Born Pretty Store false lashes

*Lips
- Essence Velvet Rose


What do you think about this look? Thank you for reading!

7 Beauty Things I Suck At

The other day I was creating a makeup by which I used false lashes and I had a huge problem by putting them on nicely. It's also noticeable in photos that I didn't glue them as I should, and that gave me the idea that I could talk about the beauty things I suck at. Some time ago a tag with the same name was very popular, and although lately, I don't read much about it anymore, I think it's never too late to talk about things you're not good at. I mean, no one knows everything and we're not good at everything, right? 


1. Applying false lashes
Appyling false lashes is my nighmare. I can never apply them nicely on my eyes. And even when I manage to apply nicely one on one eye, I usually screw the second one. Because I often wear a thick black winged eye line, mistakes aren't that visible but when I don't you can totally notice that I can't put them on as I should. I really admire people who wear false lashes on a daily basis, I could never do that. It just takes too much time. The biggest problem for me is to them place nicely in inner corner of my eye - they always unglue. 

2. Doing my eyebrows
I have thin, strangely shaped eyebrows because I plucked them for many years. Ever since I became interested in makeup, filling my brows was a total disaster. I know many people hate how I fill my brows but it's the best way I learned till now. And because one of them is higher than other, I never manage to do them the same, one always looks higher and thicker. 

3. Curling my hair
Ever since I was younger I wanted to have curly hair. But my hair is thin and heavy and curls don't last long. Not to mention I really hate using the curling iron. It takes ages for me to curl my hair and when I'm nearly done the curls on the side where I started are already almost straight. I discovered that the best way for me to get wavy hair it's to do a french braid and sleep in it overnight. In the morning I have wavy hair but, of course, it doesn't look the same as if I would use a curling iron. 


4. Using face masks
I really suck at using face masks. There are moments when I use a mask once a week (especially when I'm testing something for my blog), but more often I just skip face masks and sometimes I don't use any for months. 

5. Using body lotions&creams&oils
Since I got pregnant I take care for my skin better and put oil on it every day, but before that, I was so bad at moisturizing the skin all over my body after the shower. Once in a while, I applied a lotion or a cream on, but definitely not every day. I admit, I'm just too lazy to do that.

6. Contouring my nose
I never ever contour my nose. I just don't know how to contour it to make it look nice. I learned how to contour my cheeks but that's it. If I try to contour my nose, it always ends up looking strange.

7. Applying a bold/vibrant lipstick without a brush
When I watch Youtube starts applying dark or vibrant colours on their lips without a brush I just look them with admiration. I have very uneven lips and a brush is a must for me to apply those lipsticks nicely. Otherwise they end up over the edges of my lips.

Which are beauty things you're not the best at? Thank you for reading!

Black and White

I was told few times that dark and black colours aren't for pregnant ladies. "They should wear bright clothes because those make them prettier," I heard many times. Well, while I do like bright clothes, I often wear black. Black and white are one of my favourite clothes combination. Both colours are just so elegant and classic. 

In the past month of my pregnancy, I started to miss wearing high heels. To satisfy my wish, I decided to combine this outfit with nude high heels. No, I didn't walk around in them because baby bump and high heels aren't the best combination (except if you were very stable on heels with big bump), but I put them on only for the sake of these photos. 

I'm really happy that my darling agreed to take these photos (although he always complaints) because I'm really satisfied with them. Kovačeva domačija in Nedelica is just amazing place for taking photos. 



 Shirt: Kiko
Pants: Lidl
Shoes: Princess Shop

What do you think about black and white combination, do you wear it often? Thank you for reading!