New Spring Beauty From Farleyco

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Even though I had to brush snow off my car last week, I’m going to hold out hope that it’s actually Spring, and with that, comes all kinds of new Spring beauty releases. Farleyco sent along a box of new Spring beauty from some great brands, so today’s post is all about those!

First off is the 7th Heaven Strengthen Nail & Cuticle Finger Masques. I have tried hand masks once before, and I really loved them, so I was curious to test out this more affordable option. Instead of encasing the whole hand, these are just for your fingers, but the issue is they are all attached which makes it very difficult to get your hand in comfortably. I think what I should have done was cut them apart but by the time I realized that it was too late. That said, they were a no-mess, effective way to moisturize my cuticles which is perfect if you have really dry hands like I do.

I’ve already reviewed the So..? Fragrance in Sinful before, so I’ll link to that (here), but I actually enjoyed this fragrance so much in the past I even finished a bottle of it! This is a mini size but it’s the same sweet creamy scent, and it’s perfect for travel or your purse. It’s honestly kind of adorable.

The new release I was the most excited about is the Real Techniques Eye Shade + Blend duo. I adore Real Technique brushes, and I already own both these brushes which are a part of the Your Eyes Starter Kit (reviewed here) but previously unavailable otherwise. I really loved both these brushes and it’s very handy to have a few more, but I don’t need more of the other brushes in the kit, so I’m really happy that Real Techniques launched these separately as well. They are so soft, don’t shed, and really pick up colour and blend gorgeously. Highly recommend!

Another new launch I was really intrigued by were the Ecotools Muslin Polishing Cloths. I’ve tried a few products from Ecotools before and really liked them, but I generally just wash my face with my hands because I am too lazy to use a Konjac sponge–although Ecotools makes a great one (reviewed here). I would much rather use a cloth that I can hang to dry and toss in the wash, and these Muslin Polishing Clothes are perfect for that. These cloths are gentle but still help slightly exfoliate the skin and really leave my skin feeling refreshed. I can use the same cleanser but it just feels different and my pores feel so much better if I use it with this cloth. I will definitely continue to reach for one of these in the future!

Finally, while I can’t get much use out of the Johnny’s Chop Shop Beard Oil, it could be a great option for anyone with a beard. This is a UK-based barber salon with 50/60’s vintage inspired hair line and with so many hair care products targeted at women, it is great to see one that caters to more to men. This conditioning oil is meant to leave the beard and skin feeling healthy and smooth, thanks to sweet almond oil, olive oil, wheat germ oil and apricot kernel oil. Using it on the skin, it has a light but lovely sweet scent absorbs immediately with no greasy residue. Honestly, beard or not, I may be tempted to keep this for myself…

It’s always fun to see what new products are going to be available soon, and you’ll be able to find this New Spring Beauty From Farleyco both online (here) as well as in store. Out of these products I am most excited for the new Real Techniques and EcoTools, but it’s hard to go wrong with these great brands.

Are you excited about these launches? What product you are most looking forward to trying?

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