A couple of weekends ago I spent Sunday in the city with my mum and grandmother. We visited the art gallery, had some lunch and did a bit of shopping. I’d written out a little list of things that I wanted to check out and possibly buy and I picked up everything I’d initially wanted (and a little bit more). I really wanted to visit the LUSH store, because there are only two stores in Perth, and it’s a massive trek for me to get to the Garden City store so I rarely make the effort to go (nb: while writing this post I double checked the locations in Perth only to discover that they’re opening a LUSH store at my favourite shopping centre – happy days!).
I picked up the Big Shampoo (to replace my Fekkai Apple Cider Rinse Clarifying Shampoo), the Sympathy For The Skin body lotion (this is a really beautiful product, I’m glad I picked it up) and the Catastrophe Cosmetic fase masque.
I stopped by the Burt’s Bees counter at David Jones because I’ve been looking for a very neutral, milky smelling body wash and I remember really liking their shea and milk range. So I picked that up along with a body scrub (which smells amazing by the way).
Finally I stopped off at the Jo Malone counter at David Jones because I really wanted to smell the Nectarine Blossom & Honey perfume to see if it was something I would be interested in buying for Spring/Summer this year. Clearly it was because I purchased it alongside the English Pear & Freesia fragrance (which is now a bit of a regret for me, florals just don’t seem to like my skin chemistry).