Um, yeah... I was to go for a private lessons and learn maths, but some Internet courses made me understand it quite well (actually we'll see!) so I kept my purse closed until I went to a drug store... A couple times during the last week.
I'm thinking of turning my blog into Polish, as least some of the posts, like those, as only Polish women may benefit from most of my reviews. On the other hand, I think it'd do unessecary mess here. So maybe a mash-up of languages? I'll try it when I'll be reviewing next cosmetic.
Maybelline, the Colossal Volum' espress waterproof mascara - my one and only favourite mascara ever. Well, honestly, I was to buy something cheaper (WIBO Growing Lashes) and not in that moment, but because WIBO wasn't waterproof I thought I'd stay with Maybelline. Plus, the make-up remover, shown in the photo as well, was added as a gift. Who'd deny it? I didn't try it yet, 'cause I still have m ZIAJA make-up remover, but I hope it'll be good.
Maybelline is a great as always.
Eveline Slim Thermo Fat Burner - I've tried many of such cosmetics and none was as half as good as this one. Eveline's Thermo Fat Burner just WORKS. And it works really quickly, actually. I like that warm effects it makes, though I admit, now, as summer came, it's sometimes a little uncomfortable to have a great heat on my belly and tighs. Maybe I'll try some serum with cooling effect, but for sure it'll be from Eveline.
Babydream Bathing cream for mothers - as many bloggers, I use it manly for washing my hair. It's pretty good, washes oils well, leaves hair soft and light. It has pretty nice smell as well. The one disadvantage of it is it's too watery so its efficiency isn't great.
BeBeauty, peeling for feet - I've read some great reviews about the product so, knowing my feet need some special treatment, bought it without hesitating. It's good, but not perfect. But I think, for its price (which is like, 3PLN? don't remember really) you wouldn't find anything better. Maybe if you even paid more, you wouldn't be more pleased.
Hean, Slim no limit, sugar firming peeling - does it really firm? It's hard to say, I think it works just like other peelings, the most work comes from massaging. But it has a beautiful citrus smell and motes are big enough to peel well. Its efficency isn't good as you have to put a lot of the peeling on your hand to feel you peel you body in a proper way, but still, I really, really like it.
Isana, nail-varnish remover - and this one is the best nail-varnish remover I've ever used. I've read many positive reviews about it but had no idea how it would be better than others. But it is, honestly. It cleans your nails so easily and quickly you may actually close your eyes while removing a varnish/conditioner. Nothing stays! Plus it has really nice smell for a remover.
Bielenda, Vanity, sugar hair removal cream - I have a horrible allergy to hair removal creams. No matter which brand or type I'd choose, it always ended the same: scratching myself to blood. Yes, every single one cream does this to me, except for this one. I have no idea why: I've used many creams, for sensitive skin as well, by lots of brands, and only this one is good for me. Does it work well, too? It's pretty good. Five minutes is enough to remove most of your hair, but, sadly, you often must put more cream (or keep the old one) on some areas. It comes mostly for bikini areas, it works perfect with leg hair, though.
BeBeauty, make-up remover tissues - didn't try them yet. I don't use such tissues daily, but they are a really good way when you don't have conditions or time to clean your face with liquids, gels, milks and so on. So everytime I know I'll be at place when removing make-up may be hard, I take the tissues with me. They don't replace a full cleansing, but still, they better than nothing.
I have some other cosmetics to talk about, but I think it's enough for now.