Thursday, 23 March 2017

Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask Review

Hey beaut's!

Skincare is something I've really been getting into over the last year or so and I've noticed a HUGE improvement in my skin since I started taking care of it properly, one thing that I know my skin loves the most is a nice moisturising face mask and the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask has quickly become something I literally buy in bulk because it's just so good.

In a nutshell the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask is an absolute dream, it's a tissue mask which is suitable for all skin types - even the most sensitive like mine, and is enriched with pomegranate extract, hyaluronic acid, and plant serum which intensely rehydrates the skin, reduces the look of fine lines, and revives radiance. To apply the mask you just pop it out of the packaging, unfold it and simply place it onto cleansed skin, then peal off the blue backing once your happy with the masks placement and then leave it to do its thing for 15 minutes. Whilst the mask is on you'll notice that the mask itself is absolutely drenched in serum, personally I love this because once you take the mask off theres still plenty of serum left on my face to rub into my skin, so my skin really gets a huge dose of moisture. The mask also has a super cooling effect whilst it's on which is really refreshing and helps calm any redness of puffiness in the skin, even after the mask is removed my skin still feels super cool which feels like it's still working even after it's been taken off.

The results for me after using the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask are amazing, my skin feels super moisturised and nourished, really soft and smooth, radiant and even my dark circles under my eyes appear reduced and I always notice the day or two after using the mask my base makeup always looks so flawless. If you have dry, dehydrated skin I would highly recommend giving this mask a go, it was a god send for me last autumn and winter and even now that we are heading into Spring it's still working wonders for me, hand down this mask is the best one I've ever tried in terms of hydration, it's incredible.

You can find the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask for 99p (usually £1.49) at the moment in Superdrug HERE.

nopin

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

March Secret Scent Box Review

Hey beaut's!

You might have seen back in February that I tried my very first Secret Scent Box (review here), know you might be wondering what on earth is that, well.... Secret Scent Box* is a monthly subscription fragrance box that lets you try and discover new designer and branded perfumes or colognes. Within each box you get a 30 day supply of three different fragrances, the fragrances come in mini spray bottles perfect for popping in your hand bag or clutch, and are delivered through your letterbox every month for just £15.00 with free UK delivery. When signing up - theres a choice of a box for her or a box for him, which I love, theres so many subscription boxes out their for us ladies but not so many for men so I think it's great that Secret Scent Box cater to men too.
In the March box I received....
1. Burberry Weekend - Burberry Weekend brings back a lot of memories for me, it was one of my absolute favourites back in the 90's and I used to wear it to high school all the time, it smells just as amazing as I remember it!
Top Notes - Tangerine, Red Cyclamen, Blue Hyacinth
Middle Notes - Wild Rose, Peach Flower, Iris
Base Notes - Musk, Sandalwood, Cedarwood

2. Marc Jacobs Daisy Shine Gold - I'm a huge fan of Marc Jacobs perfumes so when I saw there was a mini spray bottle of Daisy Shine Gold in this months box I couldn't wait to give it a whirl. The scent itself is really reminiscent of the original Daisy perfume and I love it, it's so perfect for Spring and Summer and the full size version of this has just hopped it's way onto my wish list because it's gorgeous!
Top Notes - Strawberry, Violet Leaves
Middle Notes - Violet Petals, Jasmine Bouquet
Base Notes - Musk, Vanilla Infusion

3. Givenchy Amarige Givenchy Amarige is a new scent to me so I had no idea what to expect, from the notes I was thinking it was going to be a juicy, fruity scent but actually all I get is quite a musky, heavy, floral scent, definitely one for the more mature I think.
Top Notes - Neroli, Plum, Orange Blossom
Middle Notes - Gardenia, Mimosa, Red Berries
Base Notes - Cashmerande, Amber, Vanilla
Overall I love this concept and if your into your designer fragrances then I think you will love it too, my favourite scent out of the three I got this month was by far the Marc Jacobs Daisy Shine Gold, it smells so amazing and I definitely need to purchase the full size ready for Spring/Summer!


To get 15% off your very first Secret Scent Box just use the code HAYSPARKLE15.

nopin

Sunday, 19 March 2017

Mother's Day Gift Guide 2017

Hey beaut's!

Mother's Day is just a week away now so I thought I'd do a little gift guide with a few idea's on what we could all buy our lovely, well deserving Mum's out there. I've tried to include as much as possible in this gift guide from more affordable options to gifts that are a little bit more expensive, I've thrown in some yummy chocolates for that Mum who has a sweet tooth, a luxurious face mask for the Mum who deserves to be pampered, gorgeous flowers, an afternoon tea experience which is actually what I'm taking my Mum on, perfume and even some beautiful lippies so hopefully I've got everything covered he he.
Mothers Day Gift Guide

Saturday, 18 March 2017

L'Oréal Professionnel French Girl Hair Collection Review

 Hey beaut's!

When a haircare range is called French Girl Hair I'm instantly drawn to it, when I think of french girl hair I think of cool, stylish, tousled and effortlessly messy - something I'm extremely fond of but can rarely achieve however... L'Oréal Professionnel have a range to help us achieve just that and after giving it a whirl I'm in love!
The French Girl Hair* collection is part of L'Oréal's Tecni.Art range and consists of two products, the Messy Cliche Styling Spray (RRP £15.00) recommended for fine hair and the French Froisse Styling Cream (RRP £15.00) recommended for thick hair, both products can be used in wet or dry hair however I like to blow dry the cream in and use the spray more on my hair when it's dry. After giving both of these products a whirl I've found myself pretty much obsessed, if you love that 'beachy waves' and natural wave look as much as I do then you need to get these products as they achieve just that. All you have to do is just twist and scrunch the hair whilst working either of the two products in and voila.... you get a super easy tousled look that stays put without weighing your hair down or making it greasy or crispy.
Another look I've been loving is the '90's crimped' look, to get this I literally spray the Messy Cliche Styling Spray all through my hair then do a couple of plaits either side of my head, then run my straighteners over my plaits and then when the plaits are undone I get this amazing messy crimped effect that really lasts and doesn't go frizzy, I've had so many compliments and comments on how I've achieved this look too, yet it's so simple and takes me around 5 minutes to achieve.

Overall I'm totally obsessed with these two little beauties, I'm definitely using the spray more than the cream but that's because I find the spray so quick and easy to use in my hair, if you do have very thick hair though the cream would definitely work well. I think the messy, tousled waved look is going to be my go to hair style for Spring and Summer for sure, I'm obsessed!

You can find the L'Oréal Professionnel French Girl Hair Collection HERE.

nopin

Thursday, 16 March 2017

My Spring Nail Polish Picks By Barry M

Hey beaut's!

Spring is finally just around the corner so it's time to switch things up in our wardrobes, makeup bags and our nail polish stash, say goodbye to all the dark dreary colours and hellloooo to all the pretty pastels and brighter shades. Today I thought I'd share with you all my favourite Barry M nail polishes that I like to wear during this pretty season, I'm pretty much obsessed with Barry M's nail polishes, their so affordable, great in quality and last well on my nails.
My first go to shade for Spring is Barry M's Nail Paint in Mint Green, this is a gorgeous pastel mint green shade that makes my nails look fun, vibrant and against a tan it looks insane. My next pick is my Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Nail Paint in Dragon Fruit, this is a candy pink shade with hidden micro shimmers within it, it's so springy and girlie which I love and the Gelly Hi Shine formula is incredible, the super glossy finish is so reminiscent of gel nails and they last really well on my nails too. Another Gelly Hi Shine I love is Prickly Pear, this one is a pastel lavender/lilac shade, oh my goodness I love this one soooo much. My next favourite is Barry M's Coconut Infusion in Flamingo, this one is my go to shade if I want something more vibrant as it's a bright coral, it's a great one if you want your nails to really stand out. The coconut infusion formula is also one of my favourites from Barry M so I hope they bring more shades out for this Spring/Summer. Then theres the Limited Edition Superdrug Nail Paint in Festival Fever, this ones quite similar to Dragon Fruit but it's a smidge darker and has pretty gold shimmers running through it, I've been wearing this one constantly at the moment, I beleive it is still available on the Superdrug website too depite being limited edition. Lastly is Barry M's Speedy Quick Dry in In A Heart Beat, this is such a pretty colour, sometimes it looks pink then salmon then peach and because it's in the Speedy Quick Dry range it's a great one for girls who are on the go because it drys in a flash.

What's your favourite nail polish shade for the Spring beaut's?? I'd love to know!!

nopin

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Rolo Cupcakes Recipe

Hey beaut's!

I've been baking again... This time around I done some birthday cupcakes for my boyfriends Dad, he asked if I could do him some Rolo Cupcakes so I took to trusty old Pinterest in search of a yummy recipe and found this one and because they turned out so god damn good I just had to share them with you all. These cupcakes have a yummy chocolate sponge with a hidden rolo inside, caramel buttercream with more caramel and melted chocolate drizzled over the top with more added Rolos for decoration, yum!
What You Need - Cupcakes
– 175g Unsalted Butter at room temperature
– 175g Light Brown Sugar
– 3 Eggs
– 140g Self-Raising Flour
– 35g Cocoa Powder
– 1-3tbsp Milk
– 12 Rolos 

What You Need - Caramel Buttercream Frosting
– 150g Unsalted Butter at room temperature
– 375g Icing Sugar
– 75g Caramel – I used Carnations Caramel

What You Need - Decorations
– 2 tbsps Carnations Caramel
– 50g Milk Chocolate Chips, Melted
– Rolos

How To 
1) To make the cupcakes Pre-Heat your oven to 180C/160 Fan/350F/Gas Mark 4 and line a cupcake/muffin tin with 12 cupcakes cases.
2) In a bowl, beat the butter with the light brown sugar until it's light and fluffy and the add in the eggs, self-raising flour and cocoa powder with the butter/sugar and mix until well combined. If the mixture is too stiff you can add a little bit of milk at a time to get a smooth light consistency which is what I did. 
3) Spoon the mixture into the cupcake cases evenly and pop a Rolo onto the top of the mixture in each cupcake case then bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes until they’re baked through and they are springy to touch.
4) To make the caramel buttercream  just beat the butter with an electric whizzer for a couple of minutes until it starts to go pale and fluffy then gradually add in the icing sugar and beat again for a few minutes, then add in the caramel to the buttercream and continue mixing. If you find your icing is slightly stiff just mix in a small amount of milk to loosen it up a bit.
5) To decorate the cupcakes I just pipped on the buttercream, then I grabbed some more caramel and popped it into a piping bag and melted some chocolate and put that in another pipping bag and simply drizzled them all over the cupcakes, I then finished them off with more Rolos, and voila!
These where so yummy and actually quite easy to make, if you've got a seriously sweet tooth your going to love these bad boys he he.

nopin

Monday, 13 March 2017

Dorco Eve 6 Razor for Sensative Skin Reviewed

Hey beaut's!

When it comes to having a pamper session in the bath or shower theres one step I hate but always have to do and that's shaving, the reason I hate doing this so much is because I have quite sensitive skin especially under my arms and shaving tends irritate me a lot, plus I'm always cutting myself so when I saw that the Dorco Eve 6 Razor is said to protect even the most sensitive skin I had to give it a whirl!
The Dorco Eve 6 Razor* has an incredible six blades that have been split into a unique ‘double 3 blade’ format to contour to your body shape without getting any of those annoying cuts or nicks on those hard to shave places. At the top of the razor above the first set of blades is an innovative brush finger which massages the body as you go and raises hair follicles for a closer, smoother shave. Theres also a moisturising band around the blades which contains Aloe Vera, Vitamin E and Lavender which all work together to calm and protect even the most sensitive skins like myself.
I have to say after giving the Dorco Eve 6 Razor a whirl I've found it suits my skin really well and is so quick and easy to use without cutting my legs to pieces or irritating under my arms, the bendable razor cartridge literally follows and bends around my body and give me such a smooth, close shave without a cute in sight, not even on my kneecaps or around my ankles - now that is impressive as I ALWAYS cut my knees usually. The razor comes complete with a non-slip rubber handle too which I find super comfortable to hold and you don't have to worry about any unnecessary slips which could end up nasty. I feel like the moisturising band around the blades actually done something too, sometimes when I shave my legs I get some redness and if I try to put moisturiser on afterwards it stings but I never got that after using this razor so it must have soothed my legs to some degree too.

As far as razors go I really like the Dorco Eve 6 Razor, it does anything a normal razor would do but without all the cuts. nicks, grazes and irritation which is super impressive as I've NEVER found a razor that doesn't cut me. So if your a sensitive soul like me then I'd highly recommend this one if your looking for a new razor to try as I'm so impressed! 

You can find the Dorco Eve 6 Razor for £4.55 HERE.

nopin

Sunday, 12 March 2017

Makeup Revolution Strobe Lighting Palette Review

Hey beaut's!

I think highlighting is my favourite step when applying my makeup, I'm literally obsessed with the look of highlighter on my skin, so when Makeup Revolution launched a brand new Strobe Lighting Palette I couldn't wait to give it a whirl and get my glow on he he.
The Makeup Revolution Strobe Lighting Palette* (£8.00) comes in the most gorgeous rose gold packaging with a lovely large compact mirror inside the pull up lid which is always appreciated. The palette itself contains three different highlighting powders that claim to add a stunning glow to the skin, firstly theres a bright white shade which has a stunning turquoise-green  iridescent shift to it, this is also the most intense, pigmented shade in the palette that will have people in space admiring your glow he he. Secondly theres a cream highlighter shade, this is the most subtle highlighter in the palette, it adds a very natural sheen to the cheek bones and has the slightest amount of gold shimmer running through it too. The last highlighter in the palette is a super pretty pink, again it's more on the natural side and wont have you looking like a glazed doughnut but adds a lovely pinky glow to the skin, this will be my go to through Spring for sure.
The formula of all three of the powder highlighters is very easy to blend and work with, long lasting, buildable and their finely milled too but not all of the shades share the same amount of pigmentation, as I said before the white highlighter is really intense where as the cream is super natural and the pink is quite natural too. I think these  shades would be perfect for daytime wear or for anyone who loves highlighter but doesn't want to go all out and prefers something a little bit more reserved and subtle. During the application process the powders do kick up a lot of product, I don't get any fall out whilst applying to my face but the palette does tend to get quite powdery so just bare that in mind if your wearing black jeans during application lol
Overall I do think the strobe lighting palette is nice and I do like the fact the theres a couple of more natural/subtle shades for day time looks when you don't want to go all out, but I must admit I am more of an intense highlighter gal. That being said the pink shade is super pretty and buildable and the white is really striking it's just the cream shade that's a slight let down for me as it blends out super sheer.

Have you tried the Makeup Revolution Strobe Lighting Palette yet beaut's? What did you think? I'd love to know!

You can find the Makeup Revolution Strobe Lighting Palette for £8.00 HERE.

nopin

Saturday, 11 March 2017

Feel Unique Pick 'N' Mix Sample Service Review

Hey beaut's!

I was browsing the Feel Unique website recently adding things to my wish list, ya know as ya do, and I noticed they have a sample service. I love a sample or two so straight away I was interested and after seeing I could get samples of NARs products for FREE I placed an order pretty sharpish!

To use the Feel Unique Pick 'N' Mix Sample Service all you have to do is choose five beauty samples out of the hundreds of samples they have to choose from, I actually couldn't believe how much choice their was, whether your looking for makeup, skincare, hair or fragrance theres a sample for it, all of which are high end brands/well known names. The samples don't cost you a penny but the delivery and handling is £3.95 however...once your order has been dispatched you receive an email with a voucher code worth £3.95, you can then use this on the Feel Unique website the next time you place an order, I needed some more Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish so I wangled £3.95 off my purchase, woohoo!

The first two samples I decided to go for where the ever so popular NARs Laguna Bronzer and the NARs Orgasm Blush, I have been keen to try these two beauties for months so as soon as I saw I could get a couple of samples it was a no brainer and they went straight in my basket. I then went for the Benefit Goof Proof Brow Pencil in shade 2, I actually have shade 1 of this already and I love it so when I saw shade 2 was available I thought I'd grab one for days when I want a fuller, stronger brow and the size of the sample is pretty generous too. I then opted for the Clarins Multi-Active Instant Eye Reviver, I love eye creams so I thought I'd give this one a whirl, the sample contains 3ml's worth of product but I feel this will last me a couple of weeks as I don't use loads of eye cream at one time. The final sample I chose was the bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Hydrating Gel Cream in the shade Natural 05, I only got 3 applications out of this sample but I really liked it and got quite a summery, light weight vibe from it, it also contains SPF 30 which is really good and it's hydrating qualities means it's perfect for those with dryer skin like mine.

You can find the Feel Unique Pick 'N' Mix Sample Service HERE.

Have you tried the Feel Unique Sample Service? What did you think? I'd love to know!

nopin

Thursday, 9 March 2017

Primark PS...Pro Oval Blending Brush Review

Hey beaut's!

Oval makeup brushes have taken the beauty world by storm over the last few months and I've certainly been chomping at the bit to try them out. I started seeing people on YouTube using and raving about Primarks offerings and seeing as their so affordable I thought it would be the perfect place to start, however...their so bloody hard to get hold of in my local  Primark, I've been searching since last November and it's taken me until February to finally be able to get one.
I decided to go for Primarks £4.00 Oval Brush, they have quite a few different sizes to choose from with prices varying from £2.50-£5.00, but I thought the £4.00 size would be perfect for foundation application which is exactly what I wanted an oval brush for. The brush itself has a plastic handle and is packed full of synthetic bristles that are nice and dense, I literally couldn't get over how soft the bristles where, I actually found myself stroking my face because it felt so nice he he, please tell me I'm not the only person who does this with their super soft makeup brushes.
After giving the Primark Oval Brush a whirl with my foundation I'm totally sold on the new oval brush trend, and will definitely be buying Primarks other sizes when I go in next. I found it buffed my foundation into my skin flawlessly in a matter of seconds without leaving any brush strokes or un-blended area's, the only problem I had was I found it quite difficult to get around my eye area and around my nose but I feel the next size down in this brush would be perfect for getting into those harder to reach areas. I've also really enjoyed using this brush for buffing in cream contour and highlight and cream blusher, which again it does in seconds, I honestly cant believe how quick this brush works, it's amazing!
The way I like to use my oval brush is by popping dots of foundation around my face and then buffing the foundation in -in circular motions, I tend to hold the brush quite high up and I also have one finger supporting the brush head at all times, I do find that the thinner piece of plastic that connects the brush handle to the brush head quite bendy so I juts like to give it extra support with my finger. I use the same technique when applying cream contour and blush too, I just pop lines/dots of the product where I want it and then go in with my oval brush to blend it all out.

Overall I'm so impressed with Primarks Oval Blending brush and will be buying all the other sizes next time I go in, I'm quite shocked that this brush actually came from Primark because the quality it super nice, it works so quick and easy, blends like a dream and I've not experienced any shedding bristles either which is a plus. 

Do you have any of Primarks Oval Blending Brushes beaut's? What did you think? I'd love to know!

nopin

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Vichy Idéalia Overnight Peeling Review

Hey beaut's!

If you've been reading my blog a while now you'll probably already know I'm a huge fan of Vichy, I use a few of their skincare products on a daily basis and even their dermablend makeup, so when I saw that they had added to their popular Idéalia range with an overnight peeling care treatment I couldn't wait to give it a whirl. 

Idéalia Peeling* is the first overnight peeling treatment from Vichy, it has been designed to tackle exhausted skin and restore the skin's radiance, whilst also refining pores, improving the skin's texture, smoothing fine lines and wrinkles and is said to leave the skin refreshed and refined. To apply the product all you have to do is simply pop some of the Idéalia Peeling onto a cotton pad and wipe around the face straight after cleansing in the evening, then simply follow on with your regular skin care routine. It's super quick and easy to use and doesn't really take up any extra time in my routine, and what I love about Vichy's offering is that it has been adapted for sensitive skin, where as many other overnight peeling products aren't, so it's great for a sensitive little bunny like me he he.
After using the Idéalia Peeling for a few weeks now I have definitely seen an improvement in my skins texture, it's super smooth and supple and my makeup seems to go on smoother and looks a lot more flawless and even, I do tend to get the odd dry patch here and there on my skin too but since using the peeling I haven't had any trouble with dryness, this could just be a coincidence though. I've also noticed it's had a calming effect on my skin and has reduced the redness I always get around my nose and chin in the mornings dramatically, so if redness is a problem for you then I'd definitely recommend giving this a whirl.  

Overall I've really been enjoying Vichy's new Idéalia Peeling, as I said before it's super quick to use and honestly take less that a minute to apply and the rewards for adding this small step are really good for me, my skin has certainly taken a shine to the Idéalia Peeling which I thought it would because I get on so well with the rest of the range too. If your looking for something that works really hard on your skin during the night but in a gentle way that will make your skin appear fresher, glowing and super smooth in the mornings then Vichy's Idéalia Peeling is worth a go for sure!

 You can find the Vichy Idéalia Peeling for RRP £30.00 HERE.

nopin

Sunday, 5 March 2017

Black Canvas Cosmetics Face Brush and Standing Pouch Review

Hey beaut's!

Black Canvas Cosmetics is a makeup brand that I hear so many good things about but surprisingly I have never tried anything from them before up until now. Their makeup brushes are all over the blogosphere and after giving their F01 Face Brush a whirl I can now see why, because it's bloomin' amazing!
The Black Canvas Cosmetics F01 Face Brush* (£13.55)  is a must have travel companion, it's a makeup brush that can be used with lots of different products in lots of different ways and it's smaller size makes it perfect for travelling or popping in your makeup bag for on the go. The brush itself is handmade with extra soft, high quality anti-bacterial, synthetic bristles and when I say soft I mean super duper soft, its so lovely against the skin and 100% vegan too. I've been loving my F01 Face Brush for more or less all of my base makeup recently, it's ideal for applying liquid and cream foundation and seems to buff it into my skin beautifully within seconds without any streaking or caking up. I love it for setting my base makeup too, I like to press the powder into my skin with the brush instead of swiping, this just ensures every thing is set without moving any of my makeup underneath the powder, and if you like a bronzed look then the F01 Face Brush can bronze you up like a good'un too. I've only washed this brush once since I've had it and it came up as good as new and I didn't experience any shedding bristles during washing or when I applied my makeup which is always a good sign of a long lasting brush.
Black Canvas Cosmetics also do accessories and storage and I've been loving the Standing Pouch* (£16.94), this has been specifically designed with convenient and professional make up storage in mind, its compact shape and size means it’s perfect for travelling or standing on your dressing table without taking up much room. The pouch itself can hold approximately 10-20 brushes (depending on size and shape) and it's also really handy for storing your makeup bit's and pieces in when your on the go too, not just your brushes. The pouch is available in hot pink or black and is made from faux leather with an embossed suede detail in the centre, I really want the pink one next because it's soooo pretty.
Overall I'm so impressed by the quality of the Black Canvas Cosmetics Face Brush, it feels so luxurious and soft, it's super well made and if you want a brush to buff your foundation in seconds then you need to give the face brush a whirl! I feel like I now have the Black Canvas Cosmetics bug and cant wait to try out more from them and get a little collection going he he!

You can find the F01 Face Brush and the Standing Pouch on the Black Canvas Cosmetics website HERE.

Have you tried any Black Canvas Cosmetics brushes beaut's? Which do I need to try next?

nopin

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Easter with Cadbury's - New In

Hey beaut's!

One of my favourite times of the year is creeping ever closer, yup Spring and more importantly Easter is just around the corner and I literally cant wait! I mean whats not to love - flowers in bloom, fresh sunny days, some warmth oh and a month to celebrate all things Chocolate he he. This Easter Cadbury's have brought back some old favourites and have also launched an egg-cellent new range which is sure to go down an absolute treat, whether your buying for a friend or loved one or you just need supplies for the kids Easter Egg hunt Cadbury's have got you covered!
One of the new editions I was excited about is the Mini Eggs 'Egg Hunt' Treat-Size 8 Pack (RRP £4.09), oh my I LOVE Mini Eggs so much and eat packets of them over Easter, but what I love about the new treat-size packs is that firstly you can ration the amount you eat so your not scoffing too much chocolate at once, but their also the perfect size for Easter Egg hunts, it's just not Easter without them is it.
Cadbury's have also made a change to their iconic hollow Dairy Milk Bunny (RRP £1.49) by adding popping candy for those wanting a unique taste experience, personally I find the popping candy on my tongue oddly satisfying he he. Of course the plain versions are still available too in a variation of sizes!
Another new yummy treat is the Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg'N'Spoon Oreo (RRP £3.99) these are super yummy and I actually like having them as an after dinner dessert. All you do is crack open the smooth Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate shell to reveal a deliciously light and fluffy chocolate mousse in the centre with crunchy Oreo pieces within it, you even get two spoons too, how cute!
For those of you who are having an Easter Egg hunt Cadbury's have the perfect little Egg Hunt Pack (RRP £4.09), each pack contains 10 hollow Cadbury's chocolate eggs and a packet of Cadbury's Mini Eggs that can be given to the winner of the egg hunt, how cute!

Whats your favourite chocolaty Easter treat beaut's? I'd love to know!

nopin

This post contains press samples, all opinions are my own.