Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Face Halo - The Modern Makeup Remover

Do you often find yourself just randomly putting items into your basket in Boots through intrigue? It is something I am always guilty off, those little pop-up stands always manage to catch my eye with some brands and new releases and one of those was Face Halo, which I featured in my Stocking Filler Gift Guide.
Face Halo - The Modern Makeup Remover
Face Halo - The Modern Makeup Remover
Face Halo is described as being the new cult beauty makeup remover that professional makeup artists, celebrities and women worldwide can’t live without. The brainchild of Lizzie and Bec, who between them have 7 children and they wanted a solution to the over-complicated, messy and tedious way to remove makeup that is both safe and environmentally gentle  - that solution is Face Halo.

The Face Halo works using either cold or warm water. The water loosens your makeup which allows the HaloTech fiber strands (which are 100 times finer than a human hair) to reach deep into your pores to remove and trap makeup, giving your skin a healthy and invigorating clean in half the time. You don't need to rub or scrub, it is incredibly gentle on the skin and it is also dual-sided.

Face Halo - The Modern Makeup Remover
Face Halo - The Modern Makeup Remover
If you have a lot of eye makeup and waterproof mascara on, the best way to use the Face Halo is to ensure it is it is wet and then simply hold it for around 30 seconds to wipe it all away. 

What intrigued me the most with Face Halo is the fact that it is reusable and claims to replace up to 500 traditional makeup wipes during its lifetime. Now, I don't use makeup wipes, other than for removing swatches off my hand and arm, but I do love that this is an alternative and it is easy to keep clean. After using my Face Halo, I wash it with soap and water and simply allow it to air dry, if I have worn a lot of makeup, I have put it in the washing machine and it has kept in perfect condition.

The Face Halo costs just £7 (here from Boots) or as a pack of three, priced at £18 (here from BeautyBay)






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13 comments:

  1. This sounds really good, and I love that it can reduce waste!

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  2. I've see Chloe Morello talk about this but didn't realise you could buy it in Boots - will have to give it a go! xx

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  3. Great way to make my makeup take off routine easier that's for sure x

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  4. This is so handy and I love that it's available in Boots too xxx

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  5. oh wow it looks so good! I love new products like this for tools, it's fab! :)

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  6. This is great! I currently use a hot cloth cleanser (hoping that using a flannel reduces my cotton pads waste) but I'll check this out when my cleanser runs out.

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  7. I've tried this and really like it, It's awesome to have a makeup remover that's essentially not using product.

    www.themakeupaficionado.com

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  8. These looks great and perfect for travelling - who wants to carry bottles everywhere.

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  9. I have to admit, I still reach for a face wipe now and again. I'll keep an eye out for these next time I'm in Boots.

    Roxie | thebeautifulbluebird.com

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  10. I definitely want to try it! x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  11. I'm really interested in trying this, whenever I see Chloe using it on her channel it amazes me! x

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  12. Ooh this sounds interesting! I want to give it a go x

    Lauren | www.beautydivisionblog.co.uk

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