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Debenhams at INTU Merry Hill

A few weekends ago, I headed to Debenhams at Intu Merry Hill to speak to the girls from Elemis, Elizabeth Arden, Urban Decay and Juicy Couture. 

Firstly, the lovely girls at Elemis gave me a facial and went through some of their products. Elemis to me is definitely a spa brand and leaves you feeling so refreshed.



I was a bit concerned about having to leave Debenhams bare faced after my Elemis facial but no fret needed, I was sent over to Urban Decay to have my make up done. I had a purple themed look created with the electric palette.

I actually ended up purchasing the Optical Blur Brush as I was really impressed with how it packed product onto my skin. I love Urban Decay for their Naked palettes but they have some exciting releases planned.


To complete my make up, I headed over to Elizabeth Arden for a Lipology talk. The ladie's here were so happy to answer our questions so don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it!

The 8 hour cream/ lipbalm is the perfect answer to chapped lips and I haven't stopped using it since. Their lipglosses are gorgeous and come with a handy mirror. I have my eye on a few colours!


Juicy Couture have released 2 new summer fragrances: Couture La La and Malibu. We tasted jelly beans of the nodes and had to guess them which I think was a really good idea. Couture La La is my favourite with fruity nodes of Apple, Mandarin and Pink Sugar Crystals whereas Malibu has Watermelon, Tangerine and Blackcurrant. 


Debenhams is the perfect place to get all your favourite products, its amazing how many brands are under one roof! Thanks to Debenhams for inviting me along and thank you to all the girls at the counters, you were all so lovely and helpful!

xxxx
Tasha


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